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Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas (left) submits application to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for Palestine to become a UN Member State. Image courtesy of UN News Service.
Palestinians Frustrated with Peace Talks
ViewPoints: Political science professor Farid Abdel-Nour discusses the Palestinian bid for United Nations’ recognition.
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SDSU Ranks Among the Best
International business, other programs and campus diversity were ranked highly by U.S. News and World Report’s 2012 guide.
Surfers walk along Kuta Beach, Bali, Indonesia
Surf is Up for Ecotourism
The world's first non-profit research and teaching center will be housed in SDSU’s L. Robert Payne School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
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Student Studies in Diplomatic Way
Alisher Kalibekov plans to perfect his English through SDSU's College of Extended Studies.
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The Pied Pipers of Primal Fear
ViewPoints: Political science professor Dipak Gupta shares an op-ed about the aftermath of 9/11.
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Business Admin Launches New Degree
The master's of science degree in information systems focuses on information technology.
Honors Program student Ariel Rawson
By Degrees - Ariel Rawson
Questions for Ariel Rawson, Honors Program student
Mark Ballam is the managing director of SDSU
CIBER Program, Director Honored at 9/11 Tribute
Mark Ballam and the Center for International Business & Education Research will be recognized by the World Trade Center San Diego.
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Terrorism 10 Years After 9/11
ViewPoints: Political science professor Dipak Gupta talks about the threat al-Qaeda and other groups pose.
Japan Turns to Aztec for Green Rebuild
SDSU professor Kotaro Nakamura is helping sustainable reconstruction in Japanese communities savaged by the earthquake and tsunami in March.
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