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Legitimacy and humanitarian intervention: who should intervene?Legitimacy and humanitarian intervention: who should intervene?
In the last part of the article, I consider ways of improving agents’ willingness to intervene and, ultimately, the legitimacy of humanitarian intervention
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Robbins Chapter 12 Religion and antisystemic protestsRobbins Chapter 12 Religion and antisystemic protests
The previous rebellions targeted the excesses of the culture of capitalism and sought to reform the excesses of capitalism. They did not desire to create radical cultural alternative
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World war II part 2 backgroundWorld war II part 2 background
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Lesson 1 Instructional Materials fact sheet “Jap…You’re Next!”Lesson 1 Instructional Materials fact sheet “Jap…You’re Next!”
Fdr signs Executive Order ordering all Japanese-Americans to evacuate the West Coast
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Human Rights Watch World Report 2001Human Rights Watch World Report 2001
This report reviews human rights practices in seventy countries and describes events from November 1999 through October 2000
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Top 10 Battles of World War IITop 10 Battles of World War II
Motivated by the threat of global tyranny, the Allies eventually prevailed, but this victory was marked by battles won and lost. This list looks at ten battles that decisively changed the course of the war
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Ap european History Chapter 28: World War II outlineAp european History Chapter 28: World War II outline
German discontent over economic depression that struck Germany in 1923 and again in 1930 was attributed to the Versailles settlement
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1. Name and description of the threatening process1. Name and description of the threatening process
Advice to the Minister for the Environment and Heritage from the Threatened Species Scientific Committee (tssc) on Amendments to the List of Key Threatening Processes under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999
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Human Rights Watch World Report 2001Human Rights Watch World Report 2001
This report reviews human rights practices in seventy countries and describes events from November 1999 through October 2000
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Do not use this paper as an answer sheet. It will not be accepted. Do not use this paper as an answer sheet. It will not be accepted. 
Journal: Where do you think we should go on a class fieldtrip this year? Why? You need to be able to justify your choice with educational reasons
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Pearl Harbor bombedPearl Harbor bombed
December 7, 1941 Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor, Hawaii; also attack the Philippines, Wake Island, Guam, Malaya, Thailand, Shanghai and Midway
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Objective: To identify and explain significant changes in Western Europe as a result of the European Age of ExplorationObjective: To identify and explain significant changes in Western Europe as a result of the European Age of Exploration
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Working Paper NWorking Paper N
Publisher: Resource Management in Asia-Pacific Program, Division of Pacific and Asian History, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University
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Islands of War, Islands of Memory 5-7 April, 2013 McDonald Institute for Archaeological ResearchIslands of War, Islands of Memory 5-7 April, 2013 McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
Jacqui Leckie: Islands and Intimate memories: ‘Kai Amerika’ children of Fiji from the Pacific War
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Commonwealth Lawyers Association Regional Conference Cooperation and Convergence Judiciaries and the ProfessionCommonwealth Lawyers Association Regional Conference Cooperation and Convergence Judiciaries and the Profession
High Court Appeals Act 1976. That law was made by the Australian Parliament under an Agreement between Australia and Nauru to provide for such appeals
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