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Ethno-Territorial Identities and the Making of Regional Party Arrangement: The Case of Voivodina An Introductory AnalysisEthno-Territorial Identities and the Making of Regional Party Arrangement: The Case of Voivodina An Introductory Analysis
Ethno-Territorial Identities and the Making of Regional Party Arrangement: The Case of Voivodina
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25 February 2004 (6,792 words) Abstract25 February 2004 (6,792 words) Abstract
We find a simple yet surprising relationship: a positive correlation between the availability of television, and the emergence and consolidation of democracy. The more tv sets there are in a country
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The Portuguese Colonization and the Problem of East Timorese NationalismThe Portuguese Colonization and the Problem of East Timorese Nationalism
Documents, sources, field work and research work were not included in these discourses; but they founded, and sometimes justified and manipulated, some of the memories which presently characterise knowledge on East Timor
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Regionalism, Regime Transformation, and PronasolRegionalism, Regime Transformation, and Pronasol
Carlos Salinas (1988 to 1994) to his successor, Ernesto Zedillo (1994-2000). This decline has opened the way for more complex forms of centre-periphery bargaining in which regional power contenders have gained substantial leverage
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Key moments of the Gulf War Iskander MombekovKey moments of the Gulf War Iskander Mombekov
Middle East. 1 Iraq mobilized then gathered their forces on the border with Saudi Arabia, the second largest supplier of oil in the world. This situation and destabilization in Gulf region in turn brought the military might of the United States into
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Free hand abroad, divide and rule at home jack Snyder, Robert ShapiroFree hand abroad, divide and rule at home jack Snyder, Robert Shapiro
Why did America invade Iraq? The glib answer is “because it could.” In the unipolar moment, the immediate costs and risks of using military force against Saddam Hussein’s hollow, troublesome regime seemed low to U. S. leader
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