“The Social and Cultural Context of Child Soldiering in Sierra Leone”“The Social and Cultural Context of Child Soldiering in Sierra Leone”
Violence also includes assaults on the personhood, dignity, sense of worth or value of the victim. The social and cultural dimensions of violence are what gives violence its power and meaning”
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Philosophy and Social Action, 17 (3-4) July-December 1991 The New TechnologiesPhilosophy and Social Action, 17 (3-4) July-December 1991 The New Technologies
It focusses upon a trade in special equipment meant to protect unpopular, illegitimate and authoritarian governments in the Third World against upheavals and insurrection
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Roles of Women in Ancient Egyptian SocietyRoles of Women in Ancient Egyptian Society
However, it is possible to piece together texts and archaeological evidence to provide a view of a woman’s ideal place in the society, and glimpse into what life must have been like for fifty percent of the population
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The Nineteenth Century Colonial Fingerprints on Public Health Diplomacy: a postcolonial ViewThe Nineteenth Century Colonial Fingerprints on Public Health Diplomacy: a postcolonial View
Citation: Aginam, O, ‘The Nineteenth Century Colonial Fingerprints on Public Health Diplomacy: a postcolonial View’, 2003 (1) Law, Social Justice & Global Development Journal
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When the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914 IntroductionWhen the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914 Introduction
When the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914
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17,324 words/May 198717,324 words/May 1987
Crash of 1929 happen again? Of course it can. Would such a crash trigger a worldwide depression like that of the 1930s? To deny this too confidently would be to repeat the overconfidence of 1929. But the world is different today
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A new Approach to Nuclear Disarmament: Learning from International Humanitarian Law Success Patricia M. LewisA new Approach to Nuclear Disarmament: Learning from International Humanitarian Law Success Patricia M. Lewis
International humanitarian law, and the social norms and values on which it is based, are the tools by which humanity has protected itself from misuse of its technical capacities for destruction and demonstrated its capacity for wisdom
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Margaret m. PearsonMargaret m. Pearson
Associate Professor with tenure, 1993 to 1995; Assistant Professor, 1987 to 1993
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Sustaining Trade Reform: Institutional Lessons from Argentina and PeruSustaining Trade Reform: Institutional Lessons from Argentina and Peru
Indecopi and the professionalization of management of pressures for protection 18
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Amundson 6th The Columbian ExchangeAmundson 6th The Columbian Exchange
Europe, and Africa through the means of trade. Though trade was the main intention, religion, beliefs, and slaves were also exchanged. With the Columbian exchange the items that were only in solely in one country
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The Fight for Survival: Four Decades of Conserving Africa’s RhinosThe Fight for Survival: Four Decades of Conserving Africa’s Rhinos
The opinions expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of wwf. Any inaccuracies in the paper remain the responsibility of the authors
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International Organizations and Economic DevelopmentInternational Organizations and Economic Development
Some organizations are macro economic in their focus, others are limited to particular sectors or issues
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Ethical dimensions of the globalization of food and agricultureEthical dimensions of the globalization of food and agriculture
In relation to public policy, ethical issues are problematic questions about what action should be taken by governmental agencies in particular kinds of situations relating to the public interest
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John Koduah mgmt 6350 International Business Prof. Jim Stodder Fall 2006 AbstractJohn Koduah mgmt 6350 International Business Prof. Jim Stodder Fall 2006 Abstract
This spans not only growing interdependence in economic relations – trade, investment, finance and the organization of production globally – but also social and political interaction among organizations and individuals across the world
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From indiscriminate clearance of Sumatra’s peat swamp forests to Asia Pulp & Paper’s expanding global empireFrom indiscriminate clearance of Sumatra’s peat swamp forests to Asia Pulp & Paper’s expanding global empire
Why the United Nations Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (cites) must act to prevent the pulp sector in Indonesia driving ramin and Sumatran tigers closer to extinction
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