Every time I brought them a message from the hacks, they made me feel like a wonk
without a country.
A third possible explanation for the small number of women wonks
is that women "self-select" into certain policy areas.
ENERGY POLICY WONKS OF THE RECENT PAST ONCE fantasized of federal tax hikes driving gas prices as high as $4 or $5 a gallon.
Don't let the policy wonks
start throwing statutory and regulatory requirements at you.
More that 250 researchers, students, and policy wonks
gathered in Montreal in June for the second annual NanoForum Canada.
This one will be a spinoff of The National Interest, a quarterly for foreign policy wonks
founded by founding neocon Irving Kristol, father of William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard.
Some scenes seem intended to solicit knowing nods from diehard Juche wonks
in the audience, who will get a kick out of seeing the origin story of the "Women's Association.
The book, written for a target audience of policy wonks
, promises in its subtitle to show government leaders how to get results "in an age of permanent fiscal crisis.
Along about the 1960s, however, CFR policy wonks
began a campaign to deprecate the word and the concept, associating it with anarchy.
THE future for our fishing industry is job losses, according to the policy wonks
of Downing Street.
The relatively small size of the Pacific island countries and territories means that they are often overlooked when the pundits and policy wonks
develop their grand strategic visions.
For McQueen and other theoretically minded artists, as for military wonks
, it boils down to a question of economy and strategy.