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  2. Warsaw University of Technology - Wikipedia

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    They are in Warsaw, except for one in Płock. The Warsaw University of Technology has about 5,000 graduates per year. According to the 2008 Rzeczpospolita newspaper survey, engineers govern Polish companies. Warsaw Tech alums make up the highest percentage of Polish managers and executives.

  3. Warsaw - Wikipedia

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    Warsaw (Polish: Warszawa, ()), officially the Capital City of Warsaw, is the capital and largest city of Poland.The metropolis stands on the River Vistula in east-central Poland, and its population is officially estimated at 1.86 million residents within a greater metropolitan area of 3.1 million residents, which makes Warsaw the 6th most-populous city in the European Union.

  4. Tsinghua University - Wikipedia

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    Tsinghua University is consistently ranked among the top universities in the Asia-Pacific according to major international university rankings. Tsinghua University ranked No.1 in China, the whole of Asia-Oceania region and emerging countries according to the Times Higher Education, with its industry income, research, and teaching performance indicator placed at =1st, 4th and 9th respectively ...

  5. Robert Gates - Wikipedia

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    After retiring from the CIA in 1993, Gates worked as an academic and lecturer. He evaluated student theses for the International Studies Program of the University of Washington. He lectured at Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, Georgetown, Indiana, Louisiana State, Oklahoma, and the College of William & Mary.

  6. Luton Airport - Wikipedia

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    History Early history. Luton Municipal Airport was opened on the site on 16 July 1938 by the Secretary of State for Air, Kingsley Wood. Situated where the valley of the River Lea cuts its way through the north-east end of the Chiltern Hills, the airport occupies a hill-top location, with a roughly 40 m (130 ft) drop-off at the western end of the runway.

  7. Soviet Union - Wikipedia

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    Comintern (1919–1943), or Communist International, was an international communist organization based in the Kremlin that advocated world communism. The Comintern intended to ‘struggle by all available means, including armed force, for the overthrow of the international bourgeoisie and the creation of an international Soviet republic as a ...

  8. List of schools of international relations - Wikipedia

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    RC Al-Khwarizmi International CollegeCollege of Diplomacy and International Relations, Marawi City; University of Asia and the Pacific-Political Economy Program with Specialization in International Relations and Development; University of Manila – Department of Foreign Service; University of St. La Salle; University of San Agustin

  9. University of Gdańsk - Wikipedia

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    The University of Gdańsk was established in 1970 by a merger of the Higher School of Economics in Sopot (in existence since 1945) and Gdańsk College of Education (formed in 1946). Nowadays, the University of Gdańsk is the largest institution of higher learning in Poland's northern region of Pomerania. The University of Gdańsk boasts ...