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Queen's in the News: 2005-12-15

John McGarry (History) co-authors an opinion piece in the Globe and Mail about Iraq's political future.
Roel Vertegaal (Computing) discusses the attentive user interface or Eye-Contact Sensing Glasses developed at Queen's in the Globe and Mail.
Kerry Rowe (VP Research) comments in the Globe and Mail about the ORION network's benefit to researchers.
Tom Axworthy's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the youth agenda in Canadian politics appears in the Globe and Mail.
Matt Thomson (Business) discusses candidate branding during election campaigns in the Toronto Star.
Kim Nossal (Political Studies) comments on the front page of the National Post about the federal campaign's silence on the war in Afghanistan, and in the National Post about Harper's new defense policy.
John McFarlane (Athletics) comments in a National Post profile of Kirk Muller (Athletics).
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments about the closely scripted nature of political debates in the Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald and St. Catharines-Niagara Standard.
 Ken Wong (Marketing) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about the exploitative nature of the recent Lululemon's Athletica store in downtown Kingston and in Marketing Magazine about Loblaws' marketing strategy.
Jill Scott's (German) innovative think-tank project on creativity and conflict resolution in a post-Sept.11 world is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) discusses in Le Devoir and on Radio Canada International (Montreal ) the WTO agreement on agriculture that requires Canada to reduce its tariffs and increase its import quotas on products covered by supply management.
Ken Edgecombe (HPCVL) comments in itbusiness.ca on the launch of Sun Microsystem's new technology that delivers higher performance levels with less power consumption.

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