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WIISWindow Internet Information Server
WIISWomen in International Security
WIISWildlife Incident Investigation Scheme (UK)
WIISWang Integrated Imaging System (image based document storage)
WIISWeather Image Information System (meteorological software)
WIISWatson Institute for International Studies (Brown University)
WIISWorkshop on International Investment Statistics (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development)
WIISWestern Insurance Information Services
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Senior Fellow, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University Washington, DC, 9 October 2015
When the moderator Mark Blyth, Eastman professor of Political Economy at the Watson Institute for International Studies and Brown University, asked the question of why Europe was following a policy of austerity when the rest of the world and the IMF itself agreed that it did not make any sense, Varoufakis explained that the European Union was focused on how to pretend they are enforcing rules.
Kinzer, a visiting fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University, where he teaches.
The United States has spent an additional $400 billion on security plus $1.3 trillion on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan before counting interest on the war debt and healthcare for veterans, according to the "Costs of War" research project by Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies. The president and police have more power, claiming more authority to snoop into the private lives of citizens with less oversight from the courts.
So, now it seems that after nine years and eight months, the war began on October 10, 2001, $3.7 trillion in cost as estimated by Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies, and loss of 1511 troops, wisdom has at last dawned on the U.S.
The study published which has been carried out by Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies, focused on the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and counter-terrorism campaigns in Pakistan and Yemen, which came in the wake of the 9/11 attacks.
In November 2003, a conference initiated by Eleanor Abdella Doumato entitled, "Constructs of Inclusion and Exclusion: Religion and Identity-Formation in Middle Eastern School Curricula," convened at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University to examine content and influence of the religious curricula found in the textbooks of numerous Middle Eastern countries.
Khrushchev is now a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown University.
It's sponsored by the Watson Institute for International Studies at Brown, and the program has recently redesigned and upgraded its website.
Steve Hamburg, director of the Global Environment Program at the Watson Institute for International Studies and associate professor at Brown University, said many species are going to begin migrating out of the region.
Call is assistant professor for research at Brown University's Watson Institute for International Studies, where he coordinates the Governance in War-Torn Societies project.