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The Geopolitics of Egypt: From Eternal Stability to Turmoil Editor’s NoteThe Geopolitics of Egypt: From Eternal Stability to Turmoil Editor’s Note
Editor’s Note: This is the 17th in a series of monographs on the geopolitics of countries influential in world affairs
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The Failed State of Afghanistan: IntroductionThe Failed State of Afghanistan: Introduction
The acts of invading of Afghanistan and deposing the Taliban were intended to liberate the Afghani citizens and vanquish the terrorists, but one unwanted result has been the failure of the state
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By Adele CassolaBy Adele Cassola
Canadian forces and among Afghan civilians, without achieving the coalition's goals of combating terrorism and rehabilitating Afghanistan
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The Catholic Church in Chile: Examining the link between religion, politics and cultureThe Catholic Church in Chile: Examining the link between religion, politics and culture
Church, have continued to exert immense influence in shaping the political policies as well as cultural climate of Chile. This paper will explore the ways in which the Catholic Church has done this as well as illuminate the relationship between the people and
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The eof: Latest Achievements and Developments a paper presented by Mr. Shailesh Burde in the “SteelTech” seminar in Kolkata, on 11The eof: Latest Achievements and Developments a paper presented by Mr. Shailesh Burde in the “SteelTech” seminar in Kolkata, on 11
A paper presented by Mr. Shailesh Burde in the “SteelTech” seminar in Kolkata, on 11th September 2014
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Liberty University The Ontological Argument: Past, Present, and FutureLiberty University The Ontological Argument: Past, Present, and Future
Lastly, I will reconstruct this argument to clarify any misconception that most people have when dealing with the ontological argument. To conclude, I will discuss the apologetic value in this argument, as well as
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Democratize or Die: Why China\Democratize or Die: Why China's Communists Face Reform or Revolution Huang, Yasheng. Foreign Affairs
West's conventional wisdom about political development. Li might have called the race too soon. Li cites high public approval of China's general direction as evidence that the Chinese prefer the political status quo
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China’s Changing Demographics – Old Age Becomes a Key Factor for China January 2014 Paul FrenchChina’s Changing Demographics – Old Age Becomes a Key Factor for China January 2014 Paul French
This publication has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of ecran and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union
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Islamic fundamentalism: a brief surveyIslamic fundamentalism: a brief survey
Religious fundamentalism fits uncomfortably into this world,” declares one scholar. 1 To fundamentalists, notes another scholar, “religious enemies are important.”2
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Advantage 1 relationsAdvantage 1 relations
The United States federal government should offer to substantially ease its economic restrictions on the Republic of Cuba in exchange for demonstrated Cuban economic reform
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Structural Crises in the Historical Dynamics of Social changeStructural Crises in the Historical Dynamics of Social change
This is a preliminary draft of a translation of Les crises structurelles dans la dynamique du changement social, prepared for the Sixth Marx International Congress
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Livingston county historyLivingston county history
The poet Carl Sandburg wrote a long poem about Chillicothe. A few lines of it go
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German ImmigrationGerman Immigration
Jamestown, and they built the rockets that took men to the moon. In the years in between, they moved into nearly every corner of the U. S., tried their hand at nearly every trade and pursuit
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Crisis? what crisis? the future of the welfare stateCrisis? what crisis? the future of the welfare state
Other issues debated at the conference included the likelihood of welfare states emerging in the developing economies, the challenges of an aging population, and the changing nature of institutions in welfare
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