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Selected Media Coverage: July 23, 2007

Newsweek International, 6/18/2007
World View: A Darkening In the North

Lehigh’s Raj Menon, professor of international relations, takes a look at the problems plaguing Iraq’s Kurdish north. He argues in his article that rabid anti–Americanism in the neighboring country of Turkey is a cause for concern for the U.S. and its allies.

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The Wall Street Journal, 6/9/2007
‘Managed Cost' Medical Care Is a System of Backward Incentives

A Letter To The Editor written by Lehigh economics professor Stephen Snyder debates the current state of veterinary care in America, and whether it’s an attractive alternative to the medical services currently offered for the human market.

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The Philadelphia Inquirer, 6/3/2007
3 firms' garment workers on strike

The largest strike to hit the Lehigh Valley in 50 years is pitting local manufacturers against nearly 500 garment workers. Tom Hyclak, Lehigh economics professor and regional labor expert, weighs in on the highly–charged issue of health benefits.

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The Los Angeles Times, 6/6/2007
Cool it, it's not a Cold war

This op–ed piece appeared in several national daily newspapers. Lehigh international relations professor Raj Menon argues that the incessant comparison of the U.S. and Russia Cold War relationship is off base.

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Other highlights of Lehigh in the News from this month include:

  • Chemical engineer Manoj Chaudhury discusses carbon nanotube-based tape with MIT Technology Review.
  • Lehigh's Henri Barkey talks about the Turkish-Kurdish conflict at Eurasia.net.
  • The US Army's Soldier Magazine talks about Gen. George W. Casey Jr.'s visit to Lehigh.
  • Education law expert Perry Zirkel writes about field trip liability in Principal.

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Posted on Monday, July 23, 2007

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