American Public Diplomacy After the Bush Presidency
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FINE LINE OR HARD LINE? THE TENSION BETWEEN SECURITY AND PUBLIC DIPLOMACY IN VISA POLICY BEFORE AND AFTER 9/11 Buddenhagen, Caroline (Georgetown University, 2013)U.S. visa policy--the challenge of facilitating legitimate travel to the United States while keeping out travelers with harmful intent, and at the same time advancing American interests and policy priorities--is a policy ...
McLellan, Faith (2003-03-29)
Volk, M L; Warren, G J W; Anspach, R R; Couper, M P; Merion, R M; Ubel, P A (2010-03)Concerns about public support for organ donation after cardiac death have hindered expansion of this practice, particularly rapid organ recovery in the context of uncontrolled (sudden) cardiac death (uDCD). A nationally ...