Welcome to the Cornell Policy Review

The outward expression of interest in public administration and public policy denotes an inner desire to understand and improve upon the collective programs and actions that impact us all. By visiting and exploring The Cornell Policy Review, you have taken the first step in joining a community of thinkers and actors at the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA). We are constantly striving to evaluate and articulate various approaches to policymaking, and we encourage you to delve deeper into the practice with us by reading on.

– Michael Donovan, MPA 2012, Editor-in-Chief

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The Cornell Policy Review: Volume 2, Number 2, Spring 2012

Click here to view a PDF of the Spring 2012 Review

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Hyper-Partisan Sorting in the American Electorate, 1976-2008

An Article by Thomas L. Day

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K-12 Distance Education: The Case of Rural Schools

Bobby Hall, Cornell University


The Necessity of Upgrading the Iraqi Financial Sector: Role of the Financial Sector in Spurring Economic Development

T. Keyzom Ngodup, Executive Director, Ideas sYnergy

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“Making the World Safe for Democracy”: UN Security Council Resolution 1373, the International Imposition of Counterterrorism Policies, and the ‘Arenas of Power’ Model

Edward Grodin, Cornell University

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The Need for Intervention: A Counterfactual Approach to Challenging War Theories

Santiago Delgado Calderon, Cornell University

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The Irvine 11: Let’s Not Make Martyrs Out of Ruffians

Anne-Marie D. Dao, University of California, Davis School of Law

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An Interview with Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus and H.I. Latifee

Sean Murphy, Cornell University

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School Food, Inc.: The Contracting of America’s National School Lunch Program and its Nutritional Consequences

Robyn Ziperstein, Cornell University

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