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The French Position on the Denial of the Armenian Genocide: a question of Legal and Moral Legitimacy?The French Position on the Denial of the Armenian Genocide: a question of Legal and Moral Legitimacy?
I would like to start with a quote which many of you will no doubt be familiar with, and which I feel serves as an apt point of departure for the discussion I want to present here
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French Stereotypes Meet American Politics: Bush, Kerry and the Campaign Rhetoric of 2004French Stereotypes Meet American Politics: Bush, Kerry and the Campaign Rhetoric of 2004
The article examines the political rhetoric of 2004 in light of the longstanding and on-going antagonisms between the us and the French which have resulted in a system of discourse that is drawn upon by media and members of the public as the need
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Members presentMembers present
Department of Foreign Affairs. As events have moved on since then it is timely that we were briefed on the current situation in the region. In that context I would like to welcome back Mr. Tony Mannix and Mr
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Decolonisation Colonies and ColonisationDecolonisation Colonies and Colonisation
Looking at a map of the world of around 1914, the beginning of ww I, one might be surprised to note that about half of the world was covered by colonies and about 40% of the world population, I e more than 600 million people
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France vs. BritainFrance vs. Britain
Franklin, and William Penn, and have studied very few Frenchmen during this dramatic time period of change for the North American continent
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The Iraq Crisis and the Future of the Western AllianceThe Iraq Crisis and the Future of the Western Alliance
Atlantic Community, dependent on America and under American control,” and this France would not permit. 1 The German government seemed to share de Gaulle’s sentiments
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The Iraq Crisis and the Future of the Western Alliance Marc TrachtenbergThe Iraq Crisis and the Future of the Western Alliance Marc Trachtenberg
Atlantic Community, dependent on America and under American control,” and this France would not permit. 1[1] The German government seemed to share de Gaulle’s sentiments
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