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Is the rise of china a security threat?Is the rise of china a security threat?
Military capabilities are growing, raising fears of a more assertive China that is likely to upset the established security order of East Asia. In a word, China is widely perceived as an ascending power
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The governor generalThe governor general
Louis de Geer looked out the third floor window of his office in the direction of his warehouses near Amsterdam’s Texel quay. A late summer rainstorm was scudding in from the North Sea and large drops were beginning to strike the pedestrians in the
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Antifederalists: FederalistAntifederalists: Federalist
By contrast, administration, and the intermingling central govt will need to rely of its activities with citizens' daily lives on force to secure obedience
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Hms victory 1744: options for the management of the wreck siteHms victory 1744: options for the management of the wreck site
Department for Culture, Media and Sport and Ministry of Defence consultation document
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Chapter 5 Indigenous peoples and climate changeChapter 5 Indigenous peoples and climate change
Indigenous peoples is compounded by legal and institutional barriers raise distinct challenges for our cultures, our lands and our resources
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The Russian Revolution and the Russian Civil WarThe Russian Revolution and the Russian Civil War
In the space of a few days in February 1917, Tsarist Russia came to an end. The Romanov family, who had ruled Russia since the seventeenth century, was overthrown and the monarchy was no more
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Slide: The spread of nuclear weaponsSlide: The spread of nuclear weapons
The President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt received a letter from physicist Albert Einstein and his Hungarian colleague Leo Szilard
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I PreambleI Preamble
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Communication Students’ Association of the University of South Africa at Unisa main campus in Pretoria, 1st August 2002
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Defending a Domestic Position against Global Entries Yaron Timmor; Samuel Rabino; Jehiel Zif AbstractDefending a Domestic Position against Global Entries Yaron Timmor; Samuel Rabino; Jehiel Zif Abstract
The framework presented in this paper builds on existing strategic theories and concepts in addition to published case studies. It offers a flexible and dynamic approach for reviewing alternative strategies for implementation and research
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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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The Era of Direct Domination (1914-1932)The Era of Direct Domination (1914-1932)
The Confirmation of United States Supremacy in Latin America William R. Keylor: The Twentieth Century World, pp. 197-219
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Version 8 23 January 2007 f oreword From the DirectorVersion 8 23 January 2007 f oreword From the Director
The future joint force must simultaneously defend the homeland while it executes multiple, distributed and decentralized operations throughout a singular global operational environment—thus the need for global missile defense
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National bar associationNational bar association
There are a number of hard questions I will raise for this audience I will endeavor to present a balanced approach of the pros and cons on these issues
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