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Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations PDF By author Norbert Götz last download was at 2017-06-30 28:33:45. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations book. The ascendency of executive power in the presence of weak parliamentary and societal control has given rise to a need for deliberative forms of diplomacy in international relations. As Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden regularly include members of parliament, party representatives, and representatives of civil society in their delegations to the General Assembly of the United Nations, does this imply that a Nordic model exists? This book reviews the practice of these countries and finds that the role of societal representatives has diminished from participating members of delegations to mere observers. The Nordic examples illuminate the difficulties of achieving international governance through the practice of deliberative democracy. Table of Contents List of figures, images, and tables List of abbreviations Preface 1. Introduction The problem Why do the General Assembly and Norden matter? Theory and methodology Prior research 2. Challenges and traditions Delegation and representation at the United Nations Democracy and dilemmas at the UN General Assembly Nordic diplomacy at the League of Nations Unisex state actors and the representation of women 3. Parliament and UN delegations The Scandinavian model: Denmark An anachronism and parliamentarian stronghold: Norway Routine, squeeze-out, routine: Sweden Between Lilliputian and full-scale representation: Iceland Metamorphosis or parliament lost: The Finnish Sonderweg 4. The participation of civil society Scandinavian model revisited: Denmark The return of the body-snatched: Norway Corporatism and double universalism: Sweden Short stories: Finland and Iceland 5. Conclusions: On the way to deliberative diplomacy Archives Bibliography Author Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Norbert Götz, Dr. phil. (2001) in Political Science, Humboldt University Berlin, Docent (2007) in Political History, University of Helsinki, habil. (2009) in Modern History and International Relations, University of Greifswald, is Professor at the Institute of Contemporary History, Södertörn University, Sweden. His publications include the edited volume Regional Cooperation and International Organizations: The Nordic Model in Transnational Alignment (Routledge 2009).

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The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 PDF By author Vahur Made last download was at 2018-04-19 47:59:15. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 book. DIVS - ISL, 2 (International Studies Library, 26) According to many analysts, the Russian-Georgian war in August 2008 fundamentally challenged European security, as well as the relationships of power there. The European Union decided to pay more attention to the Southern Caucasus region and its eastern neighbours. As a result, European Neighbourhood Policy is now on its way to being transformed into two parallel policies: an Eastern Partnership and a Union for the Mediterranean. It is in this light that this book analyses just where the European neighbourhood stood before the outbreak of the Georgian crisis and into what direction it is potentially going. How will eastern' and 'southern' neighbourhoods differ? What position will the Eastern Partnership take in future EU-Russian relations? The stances taken by individual Eastern Partnership partner countries towards the EU are examined. Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Contributors Introduction Chapter 1. Competing Concepts of European Neighbourhood Vahur Made Chapter 2. The EU neighbourhood policy, positive conditionality and reforms in the former Soviet space Viljar Veebel Chapter 3. The complex EU relations with its neighbours to the South: a historical perspective Giuliana Laschi Chapter 4. Lost in transition: how Ukraine and Georgia seize opportunities of the Eastern Partnership Alexei Sekarev Chapter 5. The refocus on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after the August 2008 War: Can the new context and processes give a chance for an increased EU involvement? Burcu Gultekin-Punsmann Chapter 6. Lessons learned from the ENP/Eastern Partnership experience in Moldova Igor Munteanu Chapter 7. The EU and Belarus - from isolation to the Eastern Partnership Lukasz Adamski Chapter 8. Russia and the European Union: Partnership and Conflict Undefined Konstantin K. Khudoley, Alexander V. Izotov Chapter 9. European Security and Eastern Partnership: Why the Eastern Partnership Initiative is Primarily about Security Rein Tammsaar Chapter 10. ENP in the Context of Transatlantic Relations Marcin Lapczyński Conclusion: ENP issues still open Index About the Editor(s) Dr Vahur Made (born 1971) is the Deputy Director of the Estonian School of Diplomacy and Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia. His main research interests include historical and current perspectives of Estonian and Baltic foreign policies, history of Baltic political, including foreign policy, identities, Cold War history, international organizations and European political integration from the Baltic and North Dr Alexei Sekarev (born 1957) has been engaged in academic research on transition economies in Eastern Europe, including as an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow. As team leader of several EU-funded projects, he has been rendering policy advice to Ukrainian, Armenian, Russian and Georgian governments on the implementation of Partnership and Cooperation Agreements, ENP Action Plans and implications of Common Spaces, and Eastern Partnership. Currently he is a Team Leader of the EU AEPLAC project.

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The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 PDF By author Vahur Made last download was at 2018-08-19 22:28:02. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online The European Neighbourhood After August 2008 book. DIVS - ISL, 2 (International Studies Library, 26) According to many analysts, the Russian-Georgian war in August 2008 fundamentally challenged European security, as well as the relationships of power there. The European Union decided to pay more attention to the Southern Caucasus region and its eastern neighbours. As a result, European Neighbourhood Policy is now on its way to being transformed into two parallel policies: an Eastern Partnership and a Union for the Mediterranean. It is in this light that this book analyses just where the European neighbourhood stood before the outbreak of the Georgian crisis and into what direction it is potentially going. How will eastern' and 'southern' neighbourhoods differ? What position will the Eastern Partnership take in future EU-Russian relations? The stances taken by individual Eastern Partnership partner countries towards the EU are examined. Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Contributors Introduction Chapter 1. Competing Concepts of European Neighbourhood Vahur Made Chapter 2. The EU neighbourhood policy, positive conditionality and reforms in the former Soviet space Viljar Veebel Chapter 3. The complex EU relations with its neighbours to the South: a historical perspective Giuliana Laschi Chapter 4. Lost in transition: how Ukraine and Georgia seize opportunities of the Eastern Partnership Alexei Sekarev Chapter 5. The refocus on the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict after the August 2008 War: Can the new context and processes give a chance for an increased EU involvement? Burcu Gultekin-Punsmann Chapter 6. Lessons learned from the ENP/Eastern Partnership experience in Moldova  Igor Munteanu Chapter 7. The EU and Belarus - from isolation to the Eastern Partnership Lukasz Adamski Chapter 8. Russia and the European Union: Partnership and Conflict Undefined Konstantin K. Khudoley, Alexander V. Izotov Chapter 9. European Security and Eastern Partnership: Why the Eastern Partnership Initiative is Primarily about Security Rein Tammsaar Chapter 10. ENP in the Context of Transatlantic Relations Marcin Lapczyński Conclusion: ENP issues still open Index About the Editor(s) Dr Vahur Made (born 1971) is the Deputy Director of the Estonian School of Diplomacy and Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the Institute of History and Archaeology of the University of Tartu, Estonia. His main research interests include historical and current perspectives of Estonian and Baltic foreign policies, history of Baltic political, including foreign policy, identities, Cold War history, international organizations and European political integration from the Baltic and North Dr Alexei Sekarev (born 1957) has been engaged in academic research on transition economies in Eastern Europe, including as an Alexander-von-Humboldt research fellow. As team leader of several EU-funded projects, he has been rendering policy advice to Ukrainian, Armenian, Russian and Georgian governments on the implementation of Partnership and Cooperation Agreements, ENP Action Plans and implications of Common Spaces, and Eastern Partnership. Currently he is a Team Leader of the EU AEPLAC project.

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The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights PDF By author Owen Fiss last download was at 2017-05-17 39:03:46. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights book. Human Rights Series, 1 (Library of Human Rights, 1) In 1985, Owen Fiss was called to Argentina to advise its President, Raúl Alfonsín, and his administration on the trials that the country was then conducting to hold its military accountable for human rights abuses. From this experience, his perspective on human rights was changed. Fiss came to see human rights as universal social ideals that were also deeply rooted in the country's processes of national selfdetermination. This was an idea that would shape a generation of his thinking. In this book, the perspective that Fiss extracted from his experience in Argentina is brought to bear on some of the most vexing human rights issues in the modern world. A commitment to the processes of national self-determination so central to the Argentine human rights trials leads Fiss to cast a critical eye on the turn to international tribunals that tends to supplant national efforts to adjudicate human rights claims. Fiss also produces a vision of how states engaged in the transition from dictatorship to democracy, as Argentina was in the mid 1980s, can protect human rights through civil, not just criminal, proceedings. The Argentine experience also prompts him to search for the right degree of independence that judges are to have from the other, more political, branches in the transition to democracy. Fiss also takes on the human rights issues posed by the fi ght against terrorism in the post-9/11 era and once again tries to frame those issues within the terms of national law. The reasoned and humane decisions of Aharon Barak, former President of the Israeli Supreme Court, are taken by Fiss as models of how a nation dedicated to human rights can confront terrorist threats. Against this example, Fiss explores how Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama put in jeopardy, and sometimes transgressed, a number of principles that had long been part of the American constitutional tradition and that had allowed the United States to speak proudly and boldly about human rights. Throughout all of these essays, Fiss connects the ideals of human rights with the dictates of justice and with characteristic clarity and moral force draws out an encompassing theory of what both require. At times critical, at other celebratory, this book confronts many of the world's most challenging human rights issues and offers a vision of what a law faithful to the ideals of human rights could be. Table of Contents 1. Human Rights as Social Ideals 2. The Right Degree of Independence 3. The Autonomy of Law 4. Within Reach of the State 5. The Awkwardness of the Criminal Law 6. Law is Everywhere 7. The Example of America 8. Imprisonment without Trial Index Acknowledgements About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Owen Fiss is Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University.

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The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights PDF By author Owen Fiss last download was at 2017-06-26 59:26:46. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online The Dictates of Justice. Essays on Law and Human Rights book. Human Rights Series, 1 (Library of Human Rights, 1) In 1985, Owen Fiss was called to Argentina to advise its President, Raúl Alfonsín, and his administration on the trials that the country was then conducting to hold its military accountable for human rights abuses. From this experience, his perspective on human rights was changed. Fiss came to see human rights as universal social ideals that were also deeply rooted in the country's processes of national selfdetermination. This was an idea that would shape a generation of his thinking. In this book, the perspective that Fiss extracted from his experience in Argentina is brought to bear on some of the most vexing human rights issues in the modern world. A commitment to the processes of national self-determination so central to the Argentine human rights trials leads Fiss to cast a critical eye on the turn to international tribunals that tends to supplant national efforts to adjudicate human rights claims. Fiss also produces a vision of how states engaged in the transition from dictatorship to democracy, as Argentina was in the mid 1980s, can protect human rights through civil, not just criminal, proceedings. The Argentine experience also prompts him to search for the right degree of independence that judges are to have from the other, more political, branches in the transition to democracy. Fiss also takes on the human rights issues posed by the fi ght against terrorism in the post-9/11 era and once again tries to frame those issues within the terms of national law. The reasoned and humane decisions of Aharon Barak, former President of the Israeli Supreme Court, are taken by Fiss as models of how a nation dedicated to human rights can confront terrorist threats. Against this example, Fiss explores how Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama put in jeopardy, and sometimes transgressed, a number of principles that had long been part of the American constitutional tradition and that had allowed the United States to speak proudly and boldly about human rights. Throughout all of these essays, Fiss connects the ideals of human rights with the dictates of justice and with characteristic clarity and moral force draws out an encompassing theory of what both require. At times critical, at other celebratory, this book confronts many of the world's most challenging human rights issues and offers a vision of what a law faithful to the ideals of human rights could be. Table of Contents 1. Human Rights as Social Ideals 2. The Right Degree of Independence 3. The Autonomy of Law 4. Within Reach of the State 5. The Awkwardness of the Criminal Law 6. Law is Everywhere 7. The Example of America 8. Imprisonment without Trial Index Acknowledgements About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Owen Fiss is Sterling Professor of Law at Yale University.

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Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative PDF By author Vjekoslav Perica last download was at 2018-05-15 12:40:12. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative book. Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States explores and deconstructs various political myths and counter-myths that continue to threaten the processes of reconciliation in the region of the former Yugoslavia. The authors show a mutually dynamic interaction between mythology and politics throughout the 20th century. A wide variety of myths are identified, such as "Yugonostalgia," the mythologization of mass graves and deceased persons and the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on nationalist mythmaking. This work offers the reader a multi-national and multi-ethnic shared perspective on the origins, evolution and influence of myths on political discourse. This work was one of the components of a broader research and shared narrative program entitled "Facing the Past - Searching for the Future" initiated by the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (The Hague, The Netherlands) and the Center for History, Democracy and Reconciliation (Novi Sad, Serbia). Table of Contents Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Contributors Foreword by Richard J. Goldstone Introduction Myths, Political Mythologies and Nationalism Ethnogenesis Myths A Post-Communist Serbo-Russian Romance: Eastern Relic of The Pan-Slavic Myth Myths About Borders Myths About World War II And The Socialist Era Ethnic Diaspora as Politcial Actor And National Myth Myths and Countermyths And The Incorporation Of Myth Into New National Ideologies The Mythologization of Mass Graves and Deceased Persons Nostalgic/Patriotic Mythology after Yugoslavia The Impact of The Hague War Crimes Tribunal on Nationalist Politics, Mythmaking and Transition Recommendations on Conflict Management in Southeastern Europe Biographies Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Vjekoslav Perica is a Professor of History at the University of Rijeka, Croatia. He obtained a PhD in History from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, USA in 1998. He is the author of Balkan Idols. Religion and Nationalism in Yugoslav States (New York, 2002; Belgrade, 2006) and most recently, Saint Sava's and Saint Peter's Churches in Split: Sacred Symbols as Metaphors of Historical Changes (Belgrade, 2009). Darko Gavrilovic is a Professor of History at universities in Bosnia and Serbia. He is the Director of the Centre for History, Democracy and Reconciliation. He is an editor of the journals Shared History and Culture of Polis and the author of several books, including The Fields of the Serbian Medieval Culture, The Light and the Darkness of the Modern World, 1775-2000, The Strikes of Destiny - Political Myths in the 20th Century, In the Mainstream of the Nationalism, The Image of Jesus in the History of Culture (Novi Sad, 2009) and most recently, The Prisoners of the Myths of Nationalism and Communism.

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Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative PDF By author Vjekoslav Perica last download was at 2017-02-04 50:32:16. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States. a Shared Narrative book. Political Myths in the Former Yugoslavia and Successor States explores and deconstructs various political myths and counter-myths that continue to threaten the processes of reconciliation in the region of the former Yugoslavia. The authors show a mutually dynamic interaction between mythology and politics throughout the 20th century. A wide variety of myths are identified, such as "Yugonostalgia," the mythologization of mass graves and deceased persons and the impact of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on nationalist mythmaking. This work offers the reader a multi-national and multi-ethnic shared perspective on the origins, evolution and influence of myths on political discourse. Extra: This work was one of the components of a broader research and shared narrative program entitled "Facing the Past - Searching for the Future" initiated by the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (The Hague, The Netherlands) and the Center for History, Democracy and Reconciliation (Novi Sad, Serbia). Table of Contents Table of Contents List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Contributors Foreword by Richard J. Goldstone Introduction Myths, Political Mythologies and Nationalism Ethnogenesis Myths A Post-Communist Serbo-Russian Romance: Eastern Relic of The Pan-Slavic Myth Myths About Borders Myths About World War II And The Socialist Era Ethnic Diaspora as Politcial Actor And National Myth Myths and Countermyths And The Incorporation Of Myth Into New National Ideologies The Mythologization of Mass Graves and Deceased Persons Nostalgic/Patriotic Mythology after Yugoslavia The Impact of The Hague War Crimes Tribunal on Nationalist Politics, Mythmaking and Transition Recommendations on Conflict Management in Southeastern Europe Biographies Bibliography Index About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Vjekoslav Perica is a Professor of History at the University of Rijeka, Croatia. He obtained a PhD in History from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, USA in 1998. He is the author of Balkan Idols. Religion and Nationalism in Yugoslav States (New York, 2002; Belgrade, 2006) and most recently, Saint Sava's and Saint Peter's Churches in Split: Sacred Symbols as Metaphors of Historical Changes (Belgrade, 2009). Darko Gavrilovic is a Professor of History at universities in Bosnia and Serbia. He is the Director of the Centre for History, Democracy and Reconciliation. He is an editor of the journals Shared History and Culture of Polis and the author of several books, including The Fields of the Serbian Medieval Culture, The Light and the Darkness of the Modern World, 1775-2000, The Strikes of Destiny - Political Myths in the 20th Century, In the Mainstream of the Nationalism, The Image of Jesus in the History of Culture (Novi Sad, 2009) and most recently, The Prisoners of the Myths of Nationalism and Communism.

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The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 PDF By author Valur Ingimundarson last download was at 2017-06-25 31:55:51. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 17 (History of International Relations Library, 25) This book explores U.S.-Icelandic relations, 1945-2006. It explains how Iceland became one of the most strategically important countries for the United States in the Cold War and details the efforts of the "American Empire" to maintain Iceland as a loyal partner. It assesses resistance to U.S. interests in Iceland - resistance that led to crises in NATO, especially when they became tied up in the "Cod Wars" with Britain. It also analyzes attempts to minimize the impact of the American presence by closing off the U.S. military base in Iceland, clamping down on fraternization between U.S. soldiers and Icelandic women and by insisting on a ban on the stationing of black troops. Finally, it explains the disintegration of the bilateral relationship in the post-Cold War period, resulting in the withdrawal of U.S. forces, and assesses the development of Icelandic foreign and security policy in a post-American setting. Peer-reviewed by academic specialists in the field, the book, which is based on rich archival material, seeks to fill a gap in the scholarly literature through its focus on the key role of Iceland in U.S. Cold War strategy. Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION II. FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE COLD WAR: THE QUESTION OF U.S. MILITARY RIGHTS IN ICELAND Iceland's Role in American Military Plans A U.S. Request for Base Rights Domestic Resistance to Foreign Troops A Compromise Solution: The Granting of Landing Rights Iceland and the Marshall Plan III. AN UNARMED COUNTRY JOINS A MILITARY ALLIANCE: A RELUCTANT ENTRY INTO NATO Probing U.S. Defense Plans Iceland Joins NATO IV. "EMPIRE BY INVITATION": THE KOREAN WAR AND THE REINTRODUCTION OF U.S. TROOPS TO ICELAND Abandoning the Principle of Demilitarization The Conclusion of the U.S.-Icelandic Defense Agreement V. THE POLITICS OF GENDER AND RACE: POLICING U.S. TROOPS Patriarchal Notions: "Protecting" Women from the Military Protectors Excluding Black Soldiers from Iceland Enforcing Racial Discrimination V. TAKING ON THE WORLD POWER: A CHALLENGE TO THE MILITARY PRESENCE Resisting the U.S. Strategic Air Command A Domestic Realignment: A Parliamentary Resolution on U.S. Withdrawal Playing off East against the West VII. THE STABILIZATION OF U.S.-ICELANDIC RELATIONS: THE POLITICS OF AFFLUENCE. The Nuclear Question and the Keflavik Base Pro-American Policies under Scrutiny VIII. COLD WARS AND "COD WARS": THE CRISIS IN ICELAND'S RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES AND NATO Reassembling a Left-Wing Coalition to Challenge Western Interests Raising the Ante: The Fishery Dispute with Britain Engaging the Americans: The Base Issue as a Domestic Political Game A Time of Reckoning: The "Cod War," the U.S. Base, and NATO A Showdown with the United States The Third "Cod War" as Cold War Brinkmanship IX. FROM A COLD WAR ENDAME TO THE DISSOLUTION OF A SECURITY COMMUNITY" The Revival of the Nuclear Question in the 1980s The End of the Cold War and the Evaporation of Iceland's Military Importance X. TOWARDS EUROPE: ICELAND'S POST-AMERICAN SECURITY POLICIES The Domestic Angle: The Evolution of a Contested Security Discourse The External Dimension: Responding to American Disinterest NATO Air Policing and Bilateral Security Arrangements Russian Geopolitics: From Strategic Aviation to the Financial Crisis A Strategic Discourse on Territory: Icelandic Security and the Arctic Question XI. CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Valur Ingimundarson, Ph.D. (1993) in History Columbia University in New York, is Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Iceland. He has published extensively on U.S.-European relations and Icelandic foreign and security policy, including Reconfiguring Iceland's Security and Foreign Policy (Icelandic Literary Society, 2008).

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The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 PDF By author Valur Ingimundarson last download was at 2017-12-27 58:32:23. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online The Rebellious Ally : Iceland, the United States, and the Politics of Empire 1945-2006 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 17 (History of International Relations Library, 25) This book explores U.S.-Icelandic relations, 1945-2006. It explains how Iceland became one of the most strategically important countries for the United States in the Cold War and details the efforts of the "American Empire" to maintain Iceland as a loyal partner. It assesses resistance to U.S. interests in Iceland - resistance that led to crises in NATO, especially when they became tied up in the "Cod Wars" with Britain. It also analyzes attempts to minimize the impact of the American presence by closing off the U.S. military base in Iceland, clamping down on fraternization between U.S. soldiers and Icelandic women and by insisting on a ban on the stationing of black troops. Finally, it explains the disintegration of the bilateral relationship in the post-Cold War period, resulting in the withdrawal of U.S. forces, and assesses the development of Icelandic foreign and security policy in a post-American setting. Peer-reviewed by academic specialists in the field, the book, which is based on rich archival material, seeks to fill a gap in the scholarly literature through its focus on the key role of Iceland in U.S. Cold War strategy. Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION II. FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE COLD WAR: THE QUESTION OF U.S. MILITARY RIGHTS IN ICELAND Iceland's Role in American Military Plans A U.S. Request for Base Rights Domestic Resistance to Foreign Troops A Compromise Solution: The Granting of Landing Rights Iceland and the Marshall Plan III. AN UNARMED COUNTRY JOINS A MILITARY ALLIANCE: A RELUCTANT ENTRY INTO NATO Probing U.S. Defense Plans Iceland Joins NATO IV. "EMPIRE BY INVITATION": THE KOREAN WAR AND THE REINTRODUCTION OF U.S. TROOPS TO ICELAND Abandoning the Principle of Demilitarization The Conclusion of the U.S.-Icelandic Defense Agreement V. THE POLITICS OF GENDER AND RACE: POLICING U.S. TROOPS Patriarchal Notions: "Protecting" Women from the Military Protectors Excluding Black Soldiers from Iceland Enforcing Racial Discrimination VI. TAKING ON THE WORLD POWER: A CHALLENGE TO THE MILITARY PRESENCE Resisting the U.S. Strategic Air Command A Domestic Realignment: A Parliamentary Resolution on U.S. Withdrawal Playing off East against the West VII. THE STABILIZATION OF U.S.-ICELANDIC RELATIONS: THE POLITICS OF AFFLUENCE. The Nuclear Question and the Keflavik Base Pro-American Policies under Scrutiny VIII. COLD WARS AND "COD WARS": THE CRISIS IN ICELAND'S RELATIONS WITH THE UNITED STATES AND NATO Reassembling a Left-Wing Coalition to Challenge Western Interests Raising the Ante: The Fishery Dispute with Britain Engaging the Americans: The Base Issue as a Domestic Political Game A Time of Reckoning: The "Cod War," the U.S. Base, and NATO A Showdown with the United States The Third "Cod War" as Cold War Brinkmanship IX. FROM A COLD WAR ENDAME TO THE DISSOLUTION OF A SECURITY COMMUNITY" The Revival of the Nuclear Question in the 1980s The End of the Cold War and the Evaporation of Iceland's Military Importance X. TOWARDS EUROPE: ICELAND'S POST-AMERICAN SECURITY POLICIES The Domestic Angle: The Evolution of a Contested Security Discourse The External Dimension: Responding to American Disinterest NATO Air Policing and Bilateral Security Arrangements Russian Geopolitics: From Strategic Aviation to the Financial Crisis A Strategic Discourse on Territory: Icelandic Security and the Arctic Question XI. CONCLUSION BIBLIOGRAPHY About the Author(s)/Editor(s) Valur Ingimundarson, Ph.D. (1993) in History Columbia University in New York, is Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Iceland. He has published extensively on U.S.-European relations and Icelandic foreign and security policy, including Reconfiguring Iceland's Security and Foreign Policy (Icelandic Literary Society, 2008).

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Desert Dreams. the Quest for Arab Integration from the Arab Revolt to the Gulf Cooperation Council Desert Dreams. the Quest for Arab Integration from the Arab Revolt to the Gulf Cooperation Council PDF By author Justin Dargin last download was at 2017-07-27 46:44:20. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Desert Dreams. the Quest for Arab Integration from the Arab Revolt to the Gulf Cooperation Council book. DIVS - ISL, 3(International Studies Library, 27) This book discusses the history of Arab integration attempts from the late Ottoman period to the creation of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Although there is significant scholarship on the history of pan-Arab nationalism and the drive for disparate Arab nations to integrate, there is preciously little literature that seeks to understand the development of closer integration in the Gulf in the context of the long history amongst Arabs of the awareness that a common cultural and social nation exists that should politically and economically collaborate. This book reassesses the history of Arab integration, and argues convincingly, that while the more politically charged "unionist" attempts of Arab political integration may have failed, instead what we can anticipate, based on the illustration of the GCC, is deeper and closer economic, financial, political and social coordination amongst various Arab countries. Table of Contents Preface Introduction Part I: The Birth of the Arab Revolt Chapter 1: Early Stirrings: The Formation of Arab Nationalism Chapter 2: Heeding the Call: Christian and Muslim Arab Intellectuals Conceptualize the Arab Nation Chapter 3: The Birth of the Arab Resistance Chapter 4: Europe's Great Powers promote Independence from the Ottomans Chapter 5: Europe's Great Powers oppose the Arab quest for independence Chapter 6: Returning to the Fold- The Birth of Arab Ottoman Resistance Turkey deserts the "non progressive" Islamic/Arabic World Chapter 7: Germany's influence on Arab political thought Chapter 8: The British creation of the Gulf Status-quo Chapter 9: The German-Arab alliance confronts the Mandatory system Part II: A Region Aflame-Post War Integration Attempts Chapter 10: The New Arab Modernity Chapter 11: The Harbinger of Change: Arab Nationalism in the Gulf Chapter 12: Nasser and the Cold War Era Chapter 13: The Yemeni Gateway: Nasser's Proxy War with Saudi Arabia Chapter 14: The '67 War / The Egyptian "anti-hegemon" falters Chapter 15: Arab Authoritarianism and Economic Development Part III: The Gulf and Structural Arab Integration Chapter 16: A Requiem for Arabism: The GCC and Laying the Foundation for Gulf Arab Integration Chapter 17: The Evolving Geopolitical Environment: The Fall of Pan-Arabism and the Rise of the Shi'ite Lazarus Chapter 18: Towards a more perfect union: Creeping Gulf Integration Chapter 19: A New Security Paradigm? Chapter 20: Transportation Chapter 21: Economic Integration Epilogue: The End of Arab 'Isms' and the Death of Ideology About the Author Justin Dargin is a research fellow at the Dubai Initiative at Harvard University. He specializes in Middle Eastern geopolitics, the Gulf energy sector and the global energy market. He has published extensively on the Gulf and its energy and economic sectors, including, The Dophin Project: The Development of a Gulf Gas Initiative (OIES Press Jan. 2008). He completed his graduate studies at Georgetown University Law Center with distinction.

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Desert Dreams. the Quest for Arab Integration from the Arab Revolt to the Gulf Cooperation Council Desert Dreams. the Quest for Arab Integration from the Arab Revolt to the Gulf Cooperation Council PDF By author Justin Dargin last download was at 2018-05-20 37:18:40. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Desert Dreams. the Quest for Arab Integration from the Arab Revolt to the Gulf Cooperation Council book. DIVS - ISL, 3 (International Studies Library, 27) This book discusses the history of Arab integration attempts from the late Ottoman period to the creation of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Although there is significant scholarship on the history of pan-Arab nationalism and the drive for disparate Arab nations to integrate, there is preciously little literature that seeks to understand the development of closer integration in the Gulf in the context of the long history amongst Arabs of the awareness that a common cultural and social nation exists that should politically and economically collaborate. This book reassesses the history of Arab integration, and argues convincingly, that while the more politically charged "unionist" attempts of Arab political integration may have failed, instead what we can anticipate, based on the illustration of the GCC, is deeper and closer economic, financial, political and social coordination amongst various Arab countries. Table of Contents Preface Introduction Part I: The Birth of the Arab Revolt Chapter 1: Early Stirrings: The Formation of Arab Nationalism Chapter 2: Heeding the Call: Christian and Muslim Arab Intellectuals Conceptualize the Arab Nation Chapter 3: The Birth of the Arab Resistance Chapter 4: Europe's Great Powers promote Independence from the Ottomans Chapter 5: Europe's Great Powers oppose the Arab quest for independence Chapter 6: Returning to the Fold- The Birth of Arab Ottoman Resistance Turkey deserts the "non progressive" Islamic/Arabic World Chapter 7: Germany's influence on Arab political thought Chapter 8: The British creation of the Gulf Status-quo Chapter 9: The German-Arab alliance confronts the Mandatory system Part II: A Region Aflame-Post War Integration Attempts Chapter 10: The New Arab Modernity Chapter 11: The Harbinger of Change: Arab Nationalism in the Gulf Chapter 12: Nasser and the Cold War Era Chapter 13: The Yemeni Gateway: Nasser's Proxy War with Saudi Arabia Chapter 14: The '67 War / The Egyptian "anti-hegemon" falters Chapter 15: Arab Authoritarianism and Economic Development Part III: The Gulf and Structural Arab Integration Chapter 16: A Requiem for Arabism: The GCC and Laying the Foundation for Gulf Arab Integration Chapter 17: The Evolving Geopolitical Environment: The Fall of Pan-Arabism and the Rise of the Shi'ite Lazarus Chapter 18: Towards a more perfect union: Creeping Gulf Integration Chapter 19: A New Security Paradigm? Chapter 20: Transportation Chapter 21: Economic Integration Epilogue: The End of Arab 'Isms' and the Death of Ideology About the Author Justin Dargin is a research fellow at the Dubai Initiative at Harvard University. He specializes in Middle Eastern geopolitics, the Gulf energy sector and the global energy market. He has published extensively on the Gulf and its energy and economic sectors, including, The Dophin Project: The Development of a Gulf Gas Initiative (OIES Press Jan. 2008). He completed his graduate studies at Georgetown University Law Center with distinction.

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Two Sides of the Coin : Independence and Nakba 1948. Two Narratives of the 1948 War and Its Outcome [English-Hebrew Edition] Two Sides of the Coin : Independence and Nakba 1948. Two Narratives of the 1948 War and Its Outcome [English-Hebrew Edition] PDF By author Motti Golani last download was at 2018-02-16 31:31:38. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Two Sides of the Coin : Independence and Nakba 1948. Two Narratives of the 1948 War and Its Outcome [English-Hebrew Edition] book. Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation Series, 4 History of International Relations Library, 22 'Two sides of the coin: Independence and Nakba 1948, ' written by two eminent historians, Adel Manna and Motti Golani, takes the reader on a journey to the War of 1948, by offering contemporary multi-perspective narratives on the war, accompanied by maps that highlight historical events during that time. The Palestinian- Israeli conflict is understood as a conflict over territory, while simultaneously it is a conflict over historical narratives. One of the most important questions asked in this conflict over narrative is: what happened in 1948? Golani and Manna have treated with delicacy and depth this highly complex and divisive question, their approach contributes significantly to a mutual understanding between Israelis and Palestinians on their common history. "Professor Motti Golani and Dr. Adel Manna have made a courageous attempt to present the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict in one common narrative. The result is a compelling book which testifies well to a honest, brave and partially successful endeavor to present a story free of any political and ideological inclination. One may assume that diehards on both sides will find it difficult to accept the new formulations. Moreover, only time will tell us how far this attempt will have an impact on the current narratives of the opposing sides." Dr. Mordechai Bar-On, Israeli historian and former General and member of the Knesset. "An Israeli and a Palestinian historian attempt to present simultaneous narratives of the Arab Israeli conflict in order to, in their words, "facilitate recognition (though not necessarily acceptance) of the narrative of the other." This is done as a means of intellectually altering relations between the two sides, before a concordance is reached. This is not a task to be taken lightly. The text is meant to transform the 1948 narratives from 'a tool for mobilizing people to continue the conflict...' to a tool for facilitating empathetic identification of common ground for continued discussion based on mutual listening. That is a mighty objective that goes beyond the work of revisionist historiography. What comes out is informative, provocative and enlightening." Salim Tamari, Columbia University, Middle East Institute. Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgements Note Introduction: Narrative, National Historical Narrative, and Historiography First Section: Before the War Chapter 1: Historical Background: The Path to War Chapter 2: From the Holocaust to the Partition of Palestine, 1945-1947 Second Section: The Narratives of the War, November 1947-July 1949 Chapter 3: The Path to Independence and the Nakba, November 1947-May 1948 Chapter 4: At the Expense of the Palestinians: The First Israeli-Arab War, May 1948-January 1949 Chapter 5: Ended But Not Completed, January-July 1949 Third Section: The Aftermath Chapter 6: Post-Trauma, Post-Euphoria, 1949-1956 Epilogue: 1948, Here and Now Bibliography Index List of Maps and Maps About the Authors Professor Motti Golani, Ph.D (1993), teaches at the Land of Israel Studies, Haifa University. His most recent research focuses on the end of the British Mandate in Palestine in 1945-1948: The End of the British Mandate for Palestine, 1948, Palgrave Macmillan and St. Antony's College, Oxford 2009; The Last Commissioner, Alan Gordon Cuningham, 1945-1948, TAU & Am Oved 2011 (Hebrew). The book will be published by UPNE in English. Dr. Adel Manna, Ph.D, is the director of the Academic Institute for Arab Teacher Training at Beit Berl College. His research is the history of Palestine in the Ottoman period; however, more recently he has conducted research on Palestinians in Israel during the first decade of the existence of the State of Israel.

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August 26, 2004 15.26 MB Two Sides of the Coin : Independence and Nakba 1948. Two Narratives of the 1948 War and Its Outcome [English-Hebrew Edition]3    0 5
Two Sides of the Coin : Independence and Nakba 1948. Two Narratives of the 1948 War and Its Outcome [English-Arabic Edition] Two Sides of the Coin : Independence and Nakba 1948. Two Narratives of the 1948 War and Its Outcome [English-Arabic Edition] PDF By author Motti Golani last download was at 2018-02-30 08:49:38. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Two Sides of the Coin : Independence and Nakba 1948. Two Narratives of the 1948 War and Its Outcome [English-Arabic Edition] book. Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation Series, 5 (History of International Relations Library, 23) Two Sides of the Coin: Independence and Nakba 1948, written by two eminent historians, Adel Manna and Motti Golani, takes the reader on a journey to the War of 1948, by offering contemporary multi-perspective narratives on the war, accompanied by maps that highlight historical events during that time. "An Israeli and a Palestinian historian attempt to present simultaneous narratives of the Arab Israeli conflict in order to, in their words, 'facilitate recognition (though not necessarily acceptance) of the narrative of the other'. This is done as a means of intellectually altering relations between the two sides, before a concordance is reached. This is not a task to be taken lightly. The text is meant to transform the 1948 narratives from 'a tool for mobilizing people to continue the conflict...' to a tool for facilitating empathetic identification of common ground for continued discussion based on mutual listening. That is a mighty objective that goes beyond the work of revisionist historiography. What comes out is informative, provocative and enlightening." Salim Tamari, Columbia University, Middle East Institute. "Professor Motti Golani and Dr. Adel Manna have made a courageous attempt to present the history of the Arab-Israeli conflict in one common narrative. The result is a compelling book which testifies well to a honest, brave and partially successful endeavor to present a story free of any political and ideological inclination. One may assume that diehards on both sides will find it difficult to accept the new formulations. Moreover, only time will tell us in how far this attempt will have an impact on the current narratives of the opposing sides." Dr. Mordechai Bar-On, Israeli historian and former General and member of the Knesset. Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgements Note Introduction: Narrative, National Historical Narrative, and Historiography First Section: Before the War Chapter One: Historical Background: The Path to War Chapter Two: From the Holocaust to the Partition of Palestine, 1945-1947 Second Section: The Narratives of the War, November 1947-July 1949 Chapter Three: The Path to Independence and the Nakba, November 1947-May 1948 Chapter Four: At the Expense of the Palestinians: The First Israeli-Arab War, May 1948-January 1949 Chapter Five: Ended But Not Completed, January-July 1949 Third Section: The Aftermath Chapter Six: Post-Trauma, Post-Euphoria, 1949-1956 Epilogue: 1948, Here and Now Bibliography Index List of Maps and Maps About the Authors Dr. Adel Manna is the director of the Academic Institute for Arab Teacher Training at Beit Berl College. His research area is the history of Palestine in the Ottoman period; however, more recently he conducted research on Palestinians in Israel during the first decade of the existence of the State of Israel. Professor Motti Golani teaches at the Land of Israel Studies, Haifa University. His most recent research focuses on the end of the British Mandate in Palestine in 1945-1948: The End of the British Mandate for Palestine, 1948, Palgrave Macmillan and St. Antony's College, Oxford 2009; The Last Commissioner, Alan Gordon Cuningham, 1945-1948, TAU & Am Oved 2011 (Hebrew) will be published by UPNE in English.

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Internationaal Publiekrecht Vanuit Politicologisch Perspectief. Tweede, Gewijzigde Editie Internationaal Publiekrecht Vanuit Politicologisch Perspectief. Tweede, Gewijzigde Editie PDF By author Charlotte Hille last download was at 2017-09-29 19:48:05. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Internationaal Publiekrecht Vanuit Politicologisch Perspectief. Tweede, Gewijzigde Editie book. Nederlandse titels, 1 (Nederlandse Titels, 1) Volgens artikel 90 van de Nederlandse grondwet bevordert de regering de internationale rechtsorde. Tegelijkertijd leidt bijna elke militaire interventie voor humanitaire doelen tot uitgebreide discussies in het Nederlandse parlement of de inzet wel moet plaatsvinden. Dit boek beoogt een inleiding in het internationaal publiekrecht te geven, met bijzondere aandacht voor staatsvorming, mensenrechten en conflictbeheersing. Internationaal publiekrecht kan niet gezien worden zonder de wisselwerking met internationale politiek. Daarom wordt de wisselwerking tussen deze twee vakgebieden toegelicht, zowel in theorie als in praktijk. Het uitgangspunt voor dit boek is dat ook studenten en geïnteresseerden zonder basiskennis van het recht dit boek kunnen lezen. Jurisprudentie wordt kort samengevat. Inhoudsopgave Hoofdstuk 1 - Basisbegrippen in internationaal recht Hoofdstuk 2 - Staatsvorming Hoofdstuk 3 - Institutioneel recht Hoofdstuk 4 - Mensenrechten Hoofdstuk 5 - Humanitair recht Hoofdstuk 6 - Conflictbeheersing Hoofdstuk 7 - Terrorisme vanuit juridisch en politicologisch perspectief Hoofdstuk 8 - Europees recht Index Over de auteur Dr Charlotte Hille is internationaal jurist en politicoloog. Zij is universitair docent bij de vakgroep politieke wetenschappen aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam, waar zij internationaal publiekrecht en militaire interventie doceert. Dr. Hille werkte eerder als beleidsmedewerker bij het Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken, het Ministerie van Justitie en als senior beleidsmedewerker bij het Ministerie van Sociale Zaken en Werkgelegenheid. Zij is tevens mediator.

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August 7, 2000 28.71 MB Internationaal Publiekrecht Vanuit Politicologisch Perspectief. Tweede, Gewijzigde Editie0    0 4
Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe PDF By author Wouter Troost last download was at 2017-06-17 30:41:05. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe book. New Directions in Diplomatic History, 3 (History of International Relations Library, 26) Sir William Temple was the most important as well as the most interesting and the best documented of English ambassadors in the seventeenth century. He negotiated the Triple Alliance with John de Witt in order to prevent Louis XIV from conquering the Spanish Netherlands during the War of Devolution. The Triple Alliance and Temple's first embassy to the Dutch Republic ended in failure as King Charles II negotiated the secret Treaty of Dover with Louis XIV (June 1670).When England and France attacked the Dutch Republic in 1672, Temple was in England. After the Peace of Westminster, concluded between England and the Republic in February 1674, Temple began his second embassy to the Republic. During his stay in the Netherlands (1674-1679) he cooperated closely with William III who had become stadholder in 1672. This account will deal with their efforts to contain France and maintain the balance of power in Europe. Table of Contents Preface List of Figures List of Maps List of Abbreviations Timeline Introduction: The Political Scene of the Dutch Republic in 1667 1 Sir William Temple and William III during the Rule of John de Witt (1668-1670) 2 Temple's Second Embassy (1674) 3 The Struggle for a Defensible Barrier against France 4 The Impending Loss of the Spanish Netherlands (1676-1677) 5 The Marriage with Mary Stuart II (1677) 6 Charles II's Pendulum Policy (1677-1678) 7 The Du Cros Affair (August 1678) 8 The Exclusion Crisis (1679-1681) 9 Epilogue Conclusion Bibliography Index About the Author Wouter Troost, Ph.D (1983) in History, University of Leiden, is an independent scholar from the Netherlands. He has published extensively on Stadholder-King William III. His works include William III, The Stadholder-King. A Political Biography (Ashgate, 2005)

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Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe PDF By author Wouter Troost last download was at 2018-02-15 09:32:29. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe book. New Directions in Diplomatic History, 3 (History of International Relations Library, 26) Sir William Temple was the most important as well as the most interesting and the best documented of English ambassadors in the seventeenth century. He negotiated the Triple Alliance with John de Witt in order to prevent Louis XIV from conquering the Spanish Netherlands during the War of Devolution. The Triple Alliance and Temple's first embassy to the Dutch Republic ended in failure as King Charles II negotiated the secret Treaty of Dover with Louis XIV (June 1670).When England and France attacked the Dutch Republic in 1672, Temple was in England. After the Peace of Westminster, concluded between England and the Republic in February 1674, Temple began his second embassy to the Republic. During his stay in the Netherlands (1674-1679) he cooperated closely with William III who had become stadholder in 1672. This account will deal with their efforts to contain France and maintain the balance of power in Europe. Table of Contents Preface List of Figures List of Maps List of Abbreviations Timeline Introduction: The Political Scene of the Dutch Republic in 1667 1 Sir William Temple and William III during the Rule of John de Witt (1668-1670) 2 Temple's Second Embassy (1674) 3 The Struggle for a Defensible Barrier against France 4 The Impending Loss of the Spanish Netherlands (1676-1677) 5 The Marriage with Mary Stuart II (1677) 6 Charles II's Pendulum Policy (1677-1678) 7 The Du Cros Affair (August 1678) 8 The Exclusion Crisis (1679-1681) 9 Epilogue Conclusion Bibliography Index About the Author Wouter Troost, Ph.D (1983) in History, University of Leiden, is an independent scholar from the Netherlands. He has published extensively on Stadholder-King William III. His works include William III, The Stadholder-King. A Political Biography (Ashgate, 2005)

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Rome and the World - The World in Rome. the Politics of International Culture, 1911-2011 Rome and the World - The World in Rome. the Politics of International Culture, 1911-2011 PDF By author Peter Rietbergen last download was at 2018-01-16 57:49:35. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Rome and the World - The World in Rome. the Politics of International Culture, 1911-2011 book. In his new book, Dutch cultural historian Peter Rietbergen turns to the politics of international culture in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Rome. Specifically, he addresses the question why and how, since the foundation of the Italian state in 1861, Rome has sought to retain and, indeed, even enlarge its traditional role as the 'mother town' of the culture of mankind, and, also, why and how so many of the world's nations have established their own cultural presence there. Rietbergen argues that over the past 150 years, in order to gain an international position the successive regimes of the new state - Liberal, Fascist, Christian Democrat, etc - wanted to revitalize the age-long interaction between the "Capital of the World" and the many, increasingly self-conscious national cultures of European and other states. To do so, the various Italian governments attracted international institutions to Rome, organized a 'universal exhibition' there in 1911, and, from the 1920s onwards, actively furthered the foundation of foreign cultural academies that today number nearly 20, both European and non-European - a concentration unique in the world. Most of these acts of (inter-)national cultural politics have taken place in one specific area, the Valle Giulia - an area that was, interestingly, not part of the old town, but offered the possibilities of a cultural perspective orientated towards a dynamic, modern future rather than to a traditional, almost petrified past. Indeed, to stress Italy's vitality, the Valle was chosen to house a number of newly-founded national institutions that allowed the country to make its own mark there, precisely amidst the palatial abodes of foreign cultures. Fascinatingly, from the late 19th century onwards, this part of Rome also has become the location of a multitude of imposing statues hailing the greatness of non-Italian cultural heroes. People walking there will see, amongst many others, Bolivar, Byron, Firdausi, Gogol, Hugo, Pushkin, Sienckiewicz, Garcilaso de la Vega "el Inca," and so on. No one yet has asked why all these men are so conspicuously represented in the park that surrounds the obviously propagandistic buildings of various foreign cultural establishments. The stories behind these choices are revealing. Rietbergen even uncovers the hidden link between the continuous gifts of statues to the Valle and Italy's growing energy needs. For the first time ever, this study unravels the complex policies that both Italy and the many other nations involved have developed over the past 150 years to stake their claim as heirs to and guardians of Rome's eternal greatness, using the Valle Giulia as their arena. In doing so, Rietbergen also analyzes the resulting tensions that yet stress the importance of 'soft power' in the relationships between states. Last but not least, he suggests that the papacy which, of course, continues to present Rome as the capital of its universal Church, has sought to make itself visible in this 'valley of culture and scholarship' as well. A huge basilica was built there in the 1950s, and Opus Dei has been allowed to establish its headquarters on the top of the hill overlooking it. On the basis of an astonishingly wide range of sources - textual, visual and ritual - and with the help of numerous illustrations, Rietbergen shows that the Valle Giulia is an extraordinary "Lieu de Memoire," an outstanding symbol of cultural memory in which the unique relationship between Rome and the world becomes visible. Table of Contents Introduction Prologue 1. A villa above the valley 2. A valley of the arts 3. A valley of studies 4. A valley of academies 5. A valley of statues 6. A valley of battles Epilogue Index

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Rome and the World - The World in Rome. the Politics of International Culture, 1911-2011 Rome and the World - The World in Rome. the Politics of International Culture, 1911-2011 PDF By author Peter Rietbergen last download was at 2017-01-29 42:23:21. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Rome and the World - The World in Rome. the Politics of International Culture, 1911-2011 book.
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Technology and Human Rights - Friends or Foes? Highlighting Innovations Applying to Natural Resources and Medicine Technology and Human Rights - Friends or Foes? Highlighting Innovations Applying to Natural Resources and Medicine PDF By author Hans Morten Haugen last download was at 2018-02-20 58:44:33. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Technology and Human Rights - Friends or Foes? Highlighting Innovations Applying to Natural Resources and Medicine book. Human Rights Series, 2 (Library of Human Rights, 2) Hans Morten Haugen offers a lucid analysis of the intersection of intellectual property with health, traditional knowledge and biodiversity against a backdrop of established and emerging human rights. How those rights interface and who decides are among the most difficult issues in international intellectual property, and there is no doubt that there is room for fresh ideas on how to simultaneously achieve the goals of innovation, development and access. Daniel Gervais, Ph.D., FedEx Research Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University Law School Realization of the right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress is a necessary prerequisite for the realization of many other human rights. Yet, not states, nor human rights monitoring mechanisms, nor the scientific community have given focus to this right, its meaning and application. It is in this regard that Haugen's book is so important. Haugen's analysis of the meaning of the right, barriers to its realization and practical steps for its implementation, represents a significant contribution to the emerging literature about this neglected right. Jessica Wyndham, Associate Director, Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights & Law Program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Hans Morten Haugen takes us on an insightful journey through diverse spheres of human endeavour, in search of the connections between technological breakthroughs and the realization of human rights. He adopts a nuanced approach to pithy topics such as the use of genetic technology for drought-resistant food crops or second generation biofuels, and the impact of patents on the diffusion of medical technology. Haugen demonstrates how a deeper understanding of human rights principles and treaty provisions can help us arrive at innovation policies which are socially more desirable and inclusive. This is essential reading not only for policymakers and activists, but also for scientists and innovators seeking to define their social responsibilities through a closer look at human rights. Tzen Wong, Editor, Intellectual Property and Human Development: Current Trends and Future Scenarios (CUP 2011). Table of Contents I: Introducing a human rights framework and clarifying human rights provisions Ch 1: The Context, Including Basic Approaches or Understanding Human Rights Ch 2: The Right to Benefit from Scientific Progress and its Applications Ch 3: The Right to Enjoy the Moral and Material Interests Resulting from Intellectual Activity and Scientific Production Ch 4: Freedom Indispensable for Scientific Research II: The Practical Application Ch 5: The Encounter Between Human Rights and Patent Rights Protection Ch 6: Protection of Traditional Knowledge: Preventing Misappropriation, Promoting Benefit-Sharing, or Creating Unpredictability? Ch 7: Genetic Technology: Essential for Reducing World Hunger and Promoting Cost-efficient Bioenergy? Ch 8: Technology Transfer of Environmental Goods and Services: What are the Lessons from the WTO and UNFCCC Negotiations? Ch 9: Dignity, Autonomy and Vulnerability: What Role for Human Rights in Health Care Ethics? Ch 10: Human Rights in Scientists' Codes of Ethics? III: The Way Forward Ch 11: Conclusion Bibliography Index of treaty provisions Index of words About the Author HANS MORTEN HAUGEN is Associate Professor at Diakonhjemmet University College. His research has centered on intellectual property, human rights, environmental and WTO law, as well as social ethics. In addition to more than 40 articles and book chapters, his publications include The Right to Food and the TRIPS Agreement - With a Particular Emphasis on Developing Countries' Measures for Food Production and Distribution, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007.

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Technology and Human Rights - Friends or Foes? Highlighting Innovations Applying to Natural Resources and Medicine Technology and Human Rights - Friends or Foes? Highlighting Innovations Applying to Natural Resources and Medicine PDF By author Hans Morten Haugen last download was at 2017-02-19 03:24:15. This book is good alternative for Deliberative Diplomacy : The Nordic Approach to Global Governance and Societal Representation at the United Nations. Download now for free or you can read online Technology and Human Rights - Friends or Foes? Highlighting Innovations Applying to Natural Resources and Medicine book. Human Rights Series, 2 (Library of Human Rights, 2) Hans Morten Haugen offers a lucid analysis of the intersection of intellectual property with health, traditional knowledge and biodiversity against a backdrop of established and emerging human rights. How those rights interface and who decides are among the most difficult issues in international intellectual property, and there is no doubt that there is room for fresh ideas on how to simultaneously achieve the goals of innovation, development and access. Daniel Gervais, Ph.D., FedEx Research Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University Law School Realization of the right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress is a necessary prerequisite for the realization of many other human rights. Yet, not states, nor human rights monitoring mechanisms, nor the scientific community have given focus to this right, its meaning and application. It is in this regard that Haugen's book is so important. Haugen's analysis of the meaning of the right, barriers to its realization and practical steps for its implementation, represents a significant contribution to the emerging literature about this neglected right. Jessica Wyndham, Associate Director, Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights & Law Program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Hans Morten Haugen takes us on an insightful journey through diverse spheres of human endeavour, in search of the connections between technological breakthroughs and the realization of human rights. He adopts a nuanced approach to pithy topics such as the use of genetic technology for drought-resistant food crops or second generation biofuels, and the impact of patents on the diffusion of medical technology. Haugen demonstrates how a deeper understanding of human rights principles and treaty provisions can help us arrive at innovation policies which are socially more desirable and inclusive. This is essential reading not only for policymakers and activists, but also for scientists and innovators seeking to define their social responsibilities through a closer look at human rights. Tzen Wong, Editor, Intellectual Property and Human Development: Current Trends and Future Scenarios (CUP 2011). Table of Contents I: Introducing a human rights framework and clarifying human rights provisions Ch 1: The Context, Including Basic Approaches or Understanding Human Rights Ch 2: The Right to Benefit from Scientific Progress and its Applications Ch 3: The Right to Enjoy the Moral and Material Interests Resulting from Intellectual Activity and Scientific Production Ch 4: Freedom Indispensable for Scientific Research II: The Practical Application Ch 5: The Encounter Between Human Rights and Patent Rights Protection Ch 6: Protection of Traditional Knowledge: Preventing Misappropriation, Promoting Benefit-Sharing, or Creating Unpredictability? Ch 7: Genetic Technology: Essential for Reducing World Hunger and Promoting Cost-efficient Bioenergy? Ch 8: Technology Transfer of Environmental Goods and Services: What are the Lessons from the WTO and UNFCCC Negotiations? Ch 9: Dignity, Autonomy and Vulnerability: What Role for Human Rights in Health Care Ethics? Ch 10: Human Rights in Scientists' Codes of Ethics? III: The Way Forward Ch 11: Conclusion Bibliography Index of treaty provisions Index of words About the Author HANS MORTEN HAUGEN is Associate Professor at Diakonhjemmet University College. His research has centered on intellectual property, human rights, environmental and WTO law, as well as social ethics. In addition to more than 40 articles and book chapters, his publications include The Right to Food and the TRIPS Agreement - With a Particular Emphasis on Developing Countries' Measures for Food Production and Distribution, Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007.

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