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Volume 3, Issue 6

Spring 2022

ISSN 2694-2577

Collaborative Issue. Articles were previously published in the online Journal of Middle East Review of Public Administration (MERPA). Re-published here by the request of MERPA' as shared research between MERPA and the Journal of Applied Professional Studies and for maintaining these articles accessible to the public in an open-access publication.

Can Accounting Regimes Protect the Public Interests?

Saeed Askary

Gulf University for Science and Technology (GUST), Kuwait

Monitoring and Disrupting Dark Networks: A Bias toward the Center and What It Costs Us.

Nancy Roberts and Sean Everton

Naval Postgraduate School, USA

Perceptions of Democracy in Morocco.

Matthew Timmerman

American University, USA

The Role of Non-Governmental Organizations in Tackling Sectarianism and Extremism in Lebanon: Track-Two Diplomacy and Good Governance.

Lina Haddad Kreidie

American University of Beirut, Lebanon, and Hussein Itani, Middle East Prospect Forum, Beirut Lebanon

Real Needs and Suitable Targeted Group Lead to Effective Training: A Study About LTP Admissions Exam in PNSA.

Issam Danadneh

PNSA-Palestinian National School of Administration, West-Bank, Palestine.

Reasons for Terrorism in the Middle East.

Serkan Tasgin

Southeastern Provinces of Sanliurfa, Turkey, and Taner Cam, Turkish National Police

Health Policies for Vulnerable Groups: Case Study of Egypt.

Omkolthoum Mogheith, and Khalid Amin, American University in Cairo, Egypt

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Inventory for Healthcare Administrators.

Michael Popejoy

Florida International University, USA

Collaborative Public Service Delivery Modeling in Iran.

Hamid Reza Qasemi, and Raheleh Asghari, Azad University, Iran

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