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The first circumpolar assessment of climate change impact on Arctic Breeding Water BirdsThe first circumpolar assessment of climate change impact on Arctic Breeding Water Birds
By Christoph Zöckler and Igor Lysenko, World Conservation Monitoring Centre, Cambridge, uk
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3 April 2008. Stalin’s double is alive!3 April 2008. Stalin’s double is alive!
An awkward, but verbatim English translation of the original Russian article run by the Russian “Komsomol’skaya Pravda” newspaper on April 3, 2008; translated by Dimitri Khalezov
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Unpublished manuscript; copyright protected russian society after communismUnpublished manuscript; copyright protected russian society after communism
Western liberalism have been dashed, and in 1999-2000 Russia reverted to its habitual use of centralized bureaucratic authority to impose order, coherence and direction on a society which had become fragmented, exhausted
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Without Negotiators, can Negotiation Exist? Politicking, Profiteering, and the Chechen WarsWithout Negotiators, can Negotiation Exist? Politicking, Profiteering, and the Chechen Wars
Second Chechen War and determine the final status of independence for Chechnya proper—has been avoided by both sides. Thus the fighting, oppression
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Ethnicization of Civil Wars as a Problem for an International GendarmerieEthnicization of Civil Wars as a Problem for an International Gendarmerie
Program on “The Contending Norms of Self-Determination and the Sanctity of Existing International Borders”
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Macroeconomic Growth in the Aftermath of Sovereign Debt DefaultMacroeconomic Growth in the Aftermath of Sovereign Debt Default
Neoliberal Financial Infrastructure and Emerging Market Investment in Russia, 1999 – 2005
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Magadeev I. E. 1 Strength through cooperation: Soviet-American Relations during World War IIMagadeev I. E. 1 Strength through cooperation: Soviet-American Relations during World War II
I am very grateful to irc for its invitation and a chance to address this audience in such a distinguished company of speakers
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Alexander m. Semyonov ph. DAlexander m. Semyonov ph. D
Professor of History, Chair (founding chair in 2012), Department of History, National Research University-Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg
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Pos w4875 Spring 2015 Mon and Wed. 2: 40-3: 55pm Prof. Kimberly MartenPos w4875 Spring 2015 Mon and Wed. 2: 40-3: 55pm Prof. Kimberly Marten
This is not a survey course, but no background knowledge is required—only a deep interest in understanding Russia and its relationship to the West. There are no prerequisites
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Pos w4875 Spring 2016 Mon and Wed. 2: 40-3: 55pm Prof. Kimberly MartenPos w4875 Spring 2016 Mon and Wed. 2: 40-3: 55pm Prof. Kimberly Marten
Office Hours: Mon 1: 30-2: 30pm, Tues 1-2pm
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How effectively Tsarism re-established itself post 1905?How effectively Tsarism re-established itself post 1905?
This discontent had been targeted by the disasters of the Russo Japanese War. There was widespread discontent throughout rural and urban Russia. This discontent exploded in riots, demonstrations and terrorist action
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Advantage 1: Terrorism! Wmd terrorism is feasible and dangerousAdvantage 1: Terrorism! Wmd terrorism is feasible and dangerous
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The plan is key to prevent an escalating public backlash against future drone use Zenko 13The plan is key to prevent an escalating public backlash against future drone use Zenko 13
The United States Federal Government should restrict the President’s authority for targeted killing as a first resort outside zones of active hostilities
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