U.S. News & World Report rankings: The top 25 graduate programs

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, right, listens during a news conference with U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, left, and U.A.E. Minister Ivica Dacic in London, on Aug. 30, 2020.

Guterre said Thursday the United States, Britain and Germany should be among the top countries to compete for the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.

The five-member panel selected the top 25 programs from a list of candidates compiled by The Associated Press.

The AP/AP Images U.P.S., the World Bank, the U.C.L.A., the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the Harvard Kennedy School were also selected as part of the ranking.

The committee is chaired by Nobel laureate economist and economist laureate economist Joseph Stiglitz.

The top five programs were among the three best programs on U.NA’s list, but its ranking of 10 programs was not enough to win the award.

The program at the top of the U,P.s list was the American Council on Education.

The American Council is a think tank that was founded by Stigliz and co-founded by Nobel Laureate economist Paul Krugman.

The group has been the most prominent proponent of charter schools, which are privately run schools that don’t receive government subsidies.

The American Council also was named the best American education program on the AP’s list of top 25 Graduate Programs in 2020.

The program at No. 2 on the list was at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which had an enrollment of 7,400 students in 2016.

The U.B.E., the United Kingdom’s university system, was also ranked at No 1.

The top five schools on the UB list were Harvard University, Princeton University, Oxford University and the University College London.