The MoU between two think-tanks
shows the development of the relation between the two countries.
It is evident, in Africa as elsewhere, that the greater the media exposure, the more relevant the think-tank
is considered and therefore the easier it is to locate finance.
One of the main objectives of the think-tank
also includes transforming the Senate more functional and effective.
But the matter of discriminating among think-tank
categories fails to receive the attention it deserves.
The Danish government's think-tank
on integration has proposed a number of recommendations on helping young immigrants prepare for the job market.
But what are these think-tanks
which have risen to such prominence in our society?
As a think-tank
it must be impartial, and not partisan.
Bjerre-Poulsen, "The Heritage Foundation: A Second Generation Think-Tank
," Journal of Policy History 3, no.
But it is in the years since 1945 that the think-tank
has really proliferated, with the huge and generously-funded RAND (Research and Development) Corporation in 1948.
proposed a different approach: the intuitive, imaginative process of dreaming.
There is some debate over exactly what constitutes a think-tank
Behavior that would be considered a firing offense in academia is not necessarily considered in the think-tank
world, especially when a scholar's work advances the institution's political mission and attracts funding.
Podesta, like the men who founded the key advocacy think-tanks
on the right, is a political operative, not an academic.