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Graduate Programme \"International Relations: European and Asian Studies\"Graduate Programme "International Relations: European and Asian Studies"
Course Title: “us-russia Relations after the end of the Cold War: Problems, Prospects and Development”
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Historiography of the Russian RevolutionHistoriography of the Russian Revolution
Pipes and he re-emphasises the importance of key individuals, such as Lenin, seeking to address the criticisms made of some early revisionist accounts by putting the ‘leaders back into history’
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E/C. 19/2009/crp. 1 26 January 2009 English Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Eighth sessionE/C. 19/2009/crp. 1 26 January 2009 English Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues Eighth session
Boarding schools have had varying impacts for indigenous peoples. Consequently, the demands made by indigenous peoples around boarding school education also differ widely
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U. S. Russia Relations in the Post-Western WorldU. S. Russia Relations in the Post-Western World
In Responding to a Resurgent Russia: Russian Policy and Responses from the eu and U. S., edited by Vinod K. Aggarwal and Kristi Govella
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Globalization and equityGlobalization and equity
A third group including Finland and France experienced a gradual flattening of inequality, starting during 1975-1980. Only in Ireland and Western Germany is there evidence of an uninterrupted decline in inequality until 1992
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Historiography of the Russian RevolutionHistoriography of the Russian Revolution
Pipes and he re-emphasises the importance of key individuals, such as Lenin, seeking to address the criticisms made of some early revisionist accounts by putting the ‘leaders back into history’
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Why the Transition failed: Towards a Political Economy of the Post-Soviet Period in RussiaWhy the Transition failed: Towards a Political Economy of the Post-Soviet Period in Russia
Instead the article tries to take part in the process of discussing the salient features of what might be termed a ‘frozen transition’ or ‘continued disintegration’
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Masaryk universityMasaryk university
I hereby profess that I have written the diploma thesis The Chechen Terrorism—development and present alone, using only the literature and resources given in the list
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Understanding FederalismUnderstanding Federalism
A state that follows the federal system is known as a federation. Examples of federal systems include the governments of the United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Malaysia
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2015 Terrorism Disad2015 Terrorism Disad
Effective surveillance now – regardless of sunset on patriot act wiretapping program
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“Authoritarian Capitalism v. Liberal Capitalism” Introduction“Authoritarian Capitalism v. Liberal Capitalism” Introduction
My intention is to show logically the importance of full freedom and to illustrate that so-called authoritarian capitalism is not a viable alternative to the traditional Western liberal capitalism
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Understanding imperialism part one by phil sharpeUnderstanding imperialism part one by phil sharpe
And the logical corollary of this is that only the state can form the ‘executive committee for the management of the common affairs of the bourgeoisie’
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Study Guide Chapter 6: ethnic geography: threads of diversityStudy Guide Chapter 6: ethnic geography: threads of diversity
Explain the differences between ethnicity and race as concepts in cultural geography
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