Our Own Worst Enemy? Institutional Interests and the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Expertise Wins 2012 Louis Brownlow Book Award
October 22, 2012
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Sharon's Weiner's, Our Own Worst Enemy? Institutional Interests and the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Expertise, which was published in 2011 in the Belfer Center Studies in International Security book series, has won the National Academy of Public Administration's 2012 Louis Brownlow Book Award, which will be presented Thursday, November 15, at the Academy's Fall Meeting in Washington, D.C.
Since 1968, the National Academy of Public Administration has recognized outstanding contributions to the literature of public administration through presentation of the Louis Brownlow Book Award. The Award recognizes outstanding contributions on topics of wide contemporary interest to practitioners and scholars in the field of public administration. Generally, it is made to an author who provides new insights, fresh analysis, and original ideas that contribute to the understanding of the role of governmental institutions and how they can most effectively serve the public.
See the author's September 16, 2011, Power & Policy blog post, "Bureaucracy, Proliferation, and the War against Terrorism": http://www.powerandpolicy.com/2011/09/16/bureaucracy-proliferation-and-the-war-against-terrorism/
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