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George washington university biological warfareGeorge washington university biological warfare
After the terrorism attack of September 11 in 2001, with the spread of anthrax-laced letters, where five Americans were killed and thirteen were contaminated, “biological warfare” became a household word among the U. S. population
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Angola’s Private Sector: Rents Distribution and Oligarchy Renato Aguilar AbstractAngola’s Private Sector: Rents Distribution and Oligarchy Renato Aguilar Abstract
Angola’s private sector. We argue that this distorted structure is the result of war, an incomplete transition towards a market-oriented economy, macroeconomic mismanagement
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Frontier 1ACFrontier 1AC
American society is crumbling, in utter shambles from its previous glory. We were once explorers, settlers. We used to stand for liberty and democracy. Now we have a stifling bureaucracy and everything on tv stinks
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Globalization and Cultural Conflict: An Institutional ApproachGlobalization and Cultural Conflict: An Institutional Approach
Does it signal a ‘vital step toward both a more stable world and better lives for the people in it’(Rothkop, 1997)? Or does it hasten social disintegration and exacerbate social conflict? Is there really a link between globalization and cultural conflict
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Systems in Transportation: The case of the Airline IndustrySystems in Transportation: The case of the Airline Industry
With deregulation, the industry became physically structured as a network, and a systems thinking view became the prevailing tool to model and talk about commercial aviation
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2002 Freshfields Lecture. 19 Arb. Int’l 279 (2003)2002 Freshfields Lecture. 19 Arb. Int’l 279 (2003)
In most matters it is more important that the applicable rule of law be settled than that it be settled right.” Louis Brandeis1
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Abstract jisc observatory Team ProcessesAbstract jisc observatory Team Processes
The jisc observatory provides horizon-scanning of technological developments which may be of relevance to the uk’s higher and further education sectors
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