1. Current State of Japan-U. S. relations1. Current State of Japan-U. S. relations
In the history of the world, it would be difficult to find two other nations who engaged in war and have so rapidly established such a strong partnership like Japan and the United States
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Burkina Faso Human Rights Council Maddie Nation Divine Savior Holy Angels Journalists’ RightsBurkina Faso Human Rights Council Maddie Nation Divine Savior Holy Angels Journalists’ Rights
According to Amnesty International, our press enjoys an almost unlimited amount of freedom when reporting on international or national issues
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The Middle East: a brief glossary of termsThe Middle East: a brief glossary of terms
Derek Brown, the Guardian's correspondent in Jerusalem from 1993 to 1996, explains some of the more commonly used terms
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Published in the autumn 1999 issue of International Peacekeeping (Frank Cass)Published in the autumn 1999 issue of International Peacekeeping (Frank Cass)
Secretariat officials, rather than an intelligence failure or the result of bureaucratic inertia. The argument is, that the problem was the unwillingness of senior officials to use the information at hand to provide the necessary political leadership for an
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In the constitutional court of south africaIn the constitutional court of south africa
Mahomed j: I have had the privilege of reading the judgment of Kentridge aj in this matter and the comments made thereon by some of my esteemed colleagues. I respectfully agree that
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Introduction: making sense of haitiIntroduction: making sense of haiti
Part I: Historical Background & Political Struggles December 1990 to February 2004
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The Rwandan Genocide: a brief History By Graham ThomasThe Rwandan Genocide: a brief History By Graham Thomas
This report was largely ignored by the Belgians, but it brought forth the ideology that Rwanda was Hutu land that had been overrun by Tutsi invaders
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United Nations A/hrc/19/68United Nations A/hrc/19/68
The Commission found additional violations including unlawful killing, individual acts of torture and ill-treatment, attacks on civilians, and rape
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