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Freshwater Diplomatic Simulation: Using Dams to Produce Energy

Freshwater Diplomatic Simulation: Using Dams to Produce Energy

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the reality is dams are a very quick source of energy and there’s a lot of dam hydro-power potential still that’s not been tapped worldwide I think if you look at Africa only seven percent of its hydro-power has been...

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Freshwater Diplomatic Simulation: How NGOs Help Resolve Water Disputes

Freshwater Diplomatic Simulation: How NGOs Help Resolve Water Disputes

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the role of non-governmental organizations in supporting trans boundary water issues and how we might as a global community respond I mean I think that’s essential, I mean I look at every level stakeholder engagement for example NGOs play a...

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Iran Deal Breach: A Model Diplomacy Case Study
How Governments Tamper with Foreign Elections: Russia, America, and AI Hacking | Amaryllis Fox
Global Trade Diplomatic Simulation: How Diplomacy Strengthens International Protection for IPR
Open government: Why transparency matters for public policy analysis | IN 60 SECONDS

Open government: Why transparency matters for public policy analysis | IN 60 SECONDS

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Many of the most important questions in public policy are quantitative by nature, and government organizations such as the Joint Committee on Taxation and the Congressional Budget Office spend tens of millions of dollars developing computational simulation models to address...

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Oceans & Fisheries Diplomatic Simulation: Seeking Solutions for Sustainable Fishing Practices
Education reform: States vs federal government — interview with Chad Aldeman | VIEWPOINT