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Enhancing Security to Restore Credibility: Safeguarding Elections in the Philippines, 2008-
by Michael Scharff
Landfill Gas: Creating Green Energy in China
Article at ICMA International
Promoting Minority Rights in Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina
by Sarah Ringler
Collaborative Governance –
Mexico’s Perfect Storm: Using the Narcotrafico Threat to Build Governance Capacity in the U.S. and Mexico
Commentary by Don Klingner
Bosnia and Herzegovina Prepares for its First Census in over 20 Years
Deputy Director Slavka Popovic
Bosnia and Herzegovina is one of the few countries not to have held a census since 1991. After the armed conflicts of the 1990s and more than 20 years after the previous census, there have been substantial changes to the population and structure of the country. UNFPA is taking the lead in supporting the census which is scheduled to take place in late 2012.
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Balanoff elected Fellow of National Academy of Public Administration
Howard R. Balanoff, William P. Hobby Professor of Political Science and Director of the Texas CPM Program at Texas State University, has been elected as a Fellow in the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). Balanoff was inducted into the National Academy at the NAPA annual Conference which was held in Washington DC on November 17-18, 2011.