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Institute for Public Affairs in the ranking of "Global Go-To Think Tanks 2010"

Also this year, Foreign Policy Research Institute in Philadelphia, PA, published its annual report Global Go-To Think Tanks 2010, containing rankings of the most influential think tanks in the individual regions of the world. In the evaluation of the think tanks from Central and Eastern Europe (Top 25 Central and Eastern European Think Tanks) the Institute for Public Affairs (IVO) took the 24th ranked place. A total of 535 organizations were evaluated in this region. On the first three places were the Carnagie Moscow Center in Russia, the Polish Institute of International Affairs (PISM) and the Center for Social and Economic Research (CASE) also from Poland. 

The full report is available on the website: FPRI – Think Tanks and Foreign Policy Program.



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