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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 2017-09-13 39:44:19. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. 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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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 2017-05-20 13:28:32. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. 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 2018-04-19 38:34:48. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. 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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Haifa Before & After 1948 - Narratives of a Mixed City Haifa Before & After 1948 - Narratives of a Mixed City PDF By author Mahmoud Yazbak last download was at 2018-07-09 22:27:38. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Haifa Before & After 1948 - Narratives of a Mixed City book. Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation Series, 6 (History of International Relations Library, 27) Haifa Before & After 1948, Narratives of a Mixed City is a voyage that 14 scholars and experts undertake through the cultural, political and social history of Haifa before and after the 1948 War. This volume, co-authored by Palestinians and Israelis - Arabs and Jews, mostly Israeli citizens, covers Haifa's architecture and its social and cultural life during the Mandate period, the Arab-Israeli competition in the oil and soap industries, the history of Arab-Jewish inter-communal relations and cohabitation, commemoration in the German Colony of Haifa, the story of two houses that represent the narrative of Palestinians in Haifa and remembrances displayed through personal accounts of the cold winter in 1950. In this remarkable project, Jews and Palestinians, write together the history and memory of the city of Haifa. Rather than presenting incommensurable national narratives, they offer a fresh and inspiring alternative: each article is co-authored by Arabs and Jews, thus turning the art of research and writing into a bi-national practice. Addressing 1948 as a benchmark, is crucial particularly today in facilitating not only a new reading of the political story, but also offering political possibilities. Haifa Before & After 1948 is an inspirational book that deserves to be read by everyone who is interested in the history and memory of bi-national societies. Yehouda Shenhav, Professor of Sociology, Tel Aviv University Table of Contents Contributors Preface - Catherine Cissé-van den Muijsenbergh 1. Towards Mutual Historical Writing: An Introduction to the "Haifa Project" - Mahmoud Yazbak and Yfaat Weiss 2. A Tale of Two Houses - Mahmoud Yazbak and Yfaat Weiss 3. Arab-Jewish Architectural Partnership in Haifa during the Mandate Period: Qaraman and Gerstel Meet on the "Seam Line" - Waleed Karkabi and Adi Roitenberg 4. Arabs and Jews, Leisure and Gender, in Haifa's Public Spaces - Manar Hasan and Ami Ayalon 5. Commodities and Power: Edible Oil and Soap in the History of Arab-Jewish Haifa - Mustafa Abbasi and David De Vries 6. Historicizing Climate: Haifawis and Haifo'im Remembering the Winter of 1950 -Dan Rabinowitz and Johnny Mansour 7. "Eraser" and "Anti-Eraser" - Commemoration and Marginalization on the Main Street of the German Colony: The Haifa City Museum and Café Fattush - Salman Natour and Avner Giladi 8. Haifa Umm al-Gharib: Historical Notes and Memory of Inter-Communal Relations - Regev Nathansohn and Abbas Shiblak Bibliography Index About the Editors Mahmoud Yazbak is a Professor of Palestinian History, Head of the Department of Middle Eastern History at the University of Haifa. He served as the Chair of Adalah (2008-2011), and headed MEISAI (Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Association in Israel, 2008-2011). He publishes frequently on social history and issues concerning the modern Palestinian society. Yfaat Weiss is a Professor at the department of History of the Jewish people and is the head of School of History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The scope of her publication covers German and Central European History, and Jewish and Israeli History.

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Haifa Before & After 1948 - Narratives of a Mixed City Haifa Before & After 1948 - Narratives of a Mixed City PDF By author Mahmoud Yazbak last download was at 2018-06-29 51:02:07. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Haifa Before & After 1948 - Narratives of a Mixed City book. Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation Series, 6 (History of International Relations Library, 27) Haifa Before & After 1948, Narratives of a Mixed City is a voyage that 14 scholars and experts undertake through the cultural, political and social history of Haifa before and after the 1948 War. This volume, co-authored by Palestinians and Israelis - Arabs and Jews, mostly Israeli citizens, covers Haifa's architecture and its social and cultural life during the Mandate period, the Arab-Israeli competition in the oil and soap industries, the history of Arab-Jewish inter-communal relations and cohabitation, commemoration in the German Colony of Haifa, the story of two houses that represent the narrative of Palestinians in Haifa and remembrances displayed through personal accounts of the cold winter in 1950. In this remarkable project, Jews and Palestinians, write together the history and memory of the city of Haifa. Rather than presenting incommensurable national narratives, they offer a fresh and inspiring alternative: each article is co-authored by Arabs and Jews, thus turning the art of research and writing into a bi-national practice. Addressing 1948 as a benchmark, is crucial particularly today in facilitating not only a new reading of the political story, but also offering political possibilities. Haifa Before & After 1948 is an inspirational book that deserves to be read by everyone who is interested in the history and memory of bi-national societies. Yehouda Shenhav, Professor of Sociology, Tel Aviv University Table of Contents Contributors Preface - Catherine Cissé-van den Muijsenbergh 1. Towards Mutual Historical Writing: An Introduction to the "Haifa Project" - Mahmoud Yazbak and Yfaat Weiss 2. A Tale of Two Houses - Mahmoud Yazbak and Yfaat Weiss 3. Arab-Jewish Architectural Partnership in Haifa during the Mandate Period: Qaraman and Gerstel Meet on the "Seam Line" - Waleed Karkabi and Adi Roitenberg 4. Arabs and Jews, Leisure and Gender, in Haifa's Public Spaces - Manar Hasan and Ami Ayalon 5. Commodities and Power: Edible Oil and Soap in the History of Arab-Jewish Haifa - Mustafa Abbasi and David De Vries 6. Historicizing Climate: Haifawis and Haifo'im Remembering the Winter of 1950 -Dan Rabinowitz and Johnny Mansour 7. "Eraser" and "Anti-Eraser" - Commemoration and Marginalization on the Main Street of the German Colony: The Haifa City Museum and Café Fattush - Salman Natour and Avner Giladi 8. Haifa Umm al-Gharib: Historical Notes and Memory of Inter-Communal Relations - Regev Nathansohn and Abbas Shiblak Bibliography Index About the Editors Mahmoud Yazbak is a Professor of Palestinian History, Head of the Department of Middle Eastern History at the University of Haifa. He served as the Chair of Adalah (2008-2011), and headed MEISAI (Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Association in Israel, 2008-2011). He publishes frequently on social history and issues concerning the modern Palestinian society.

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Diplomacy and Power : Studies in Modern Diplomatic Practice - Essays in Honour of Keith Hamilton Diplomacy and Power : Studies in Modern Diplomatic Practice - Essays in Honour of Keith Hamilton PDF By author T G Otte last download was at 2017-04-08 41:09:12. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Diplomacy and Power : Studies in Modern Diplomatic Practice - Essays in Honour of Keith Hamilton book. New Directions in Diplomatic History,4 (History of International Relations Library, 28) Drawing on a wealth of archival and other material, the essays in this volume explore some of the central aspects of the evolution of modern diplomatic practice from the problems of late-nineteenth-century Great Power relations to emerging forms of twenty-first century diplomatic practice. This collection is also meant to honour the contribution made by Keith Hamilton to diplomatic history and diplomatic studies. In his own academic writings and behind the scenes, in the Historical Branch of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and as an editor of the official series Documents on British Policy Overseas, he has made an inestimable contribution to the development of diplomatic history and diplomatic studies in the United Kingdom and beyond. Table of Contents T.G. Otte - Introduction 1.Gill Bennett and Patrick Salmon - Keith Hamilton and the Foreign & Commonwealth Historians 2.Keith Neilson - Quot homines, tot sententiae: Bertie, Hardinge, Nicolson and British Foreign Policy, 1906-1916 3.T.G. Otte - "The Pick of Ambassadors": Sir Maurice de Bunsen, Edwardian Diplomatist 4.Erik Goldstein - "A prominent place would have to be taken by history": The Origins of a Foreign Office Historical Section 5.Alastair Noble - Policing the Diktat or Embracing the Enemy? Britons in East Prussia, 1920 6.Christopher Baxter - Outrage on the road to Shanghai: Sir Hughe Knatchbull-Hugessen and Anglo-Japanese relations in the 1930s. 7.G.R. Berridge - "A Kind of Diplomatic Incantation": Exchanging British and Japanese diplomats 8.in the Second World War 9.Edward Johnson - "A World Power and a World Influence": The United Nations and the Wilson Governments Search for a Role in Foreign Policy, 1964-65 10. Richard Langhorne - The 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations: History and the Future Index About the Editor T.G. Otte is Senior Lecturer in Diplomatic History at the University of East Anglia. His latest book is The Foreign Office Mind: The Making of British Foreign Policy, 1865-1914 (2011).

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Diplomacy and Power : Studies in Modern Diplomatic Practice - Essays in Honour of Keith Hamilton Diplomacy and Power : Studies in Modern Diplomatic Practice - Essays in Honour of Keith Hamilton PDF By author Thomas Otte last download was at 2018-06-01 52:50:45. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Diplomacy and Power : Studies in Modern Diplomatic Practice - Essays in Honour of Keith Hamilton book. New Directions in Diplomatic History, 4 (History of International Relations Library, 28) Drawing on a wealth of archival and other material, the essays in this volume explore some of the central aspects of the evolution of modern diplomatic practice from the problems of late-nineteenth-century Great Power relations to emerging forms of twenty-first century diplomatic practice. This collection is also meant to honour the contribution made by Keith Hamilton to diplomatic history and diplomatic studies. In his own academic writings and behind the scenes, in the Historical Branch of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and as an editor of the official series Documents on British Policy Overseas, he has made an inestimable contribution to the development of diplomatic history and diplomatic studies in the United Kingdom and beyond. Table of Contents T.G. Otte - Introduction 1.Gill Bennett and Patrick Salmon - Keith Hamilton and the Foreign & Commonwealth Historians 2.Keith Neilson - Quot homines, tot sententiae: Bertie, Hardinge, Nicolson and British Foreign Policy, 1906-1916 3.T.G. Otte - "The Pick of Ambassadors": Sir Maurice de Bunsen, Edwardian Diplomatist 4.Erik Goldstein - "A prominent place would have to be taken by history": The Origins of a Foreign Office Historical Section 5.Alastair Noble - Policing the Diktat or Embracing the Enemy? Britons in East Prussia, 1920 6.Christopher Baxter - Outrage on the road to Shanghai: Sir Hughe Knatchbull-Hugessen and Anglo-Japanese relations in the 1930s. 7.G.R. Berridge - "A Kind of Diplomatic Incantation": Exchanging British and Japanese diplomats 8.in the Second World War 9.Edward Johnson - "A World Power and a World Influence": The United Nations and the Wilson Governments Search for a Role in Foreign Policy, 1964-65 10. Richard Langhorne - The 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations: History and the Future Index About the Editor T.G. Otte is Senior Lecturer in Diplomatic History at the University of East Anglia. His latest book is The Foreign Office Mind: The Making of British Foreign Policy, 1865-1914 (2011).

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Competing for Influence : The Eu and Russia in Post-Soviet Eurasia Competing for Influence : The Eu and Russia in Post-Soviet Eurasia PDF By author Roger E Kanet last download was at 2017-02-06 02:30:33. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Competing for Influence : The Eu and Russia in Post-Soviet Eurasia book. Central and East European Studies Series, 2 (International Studies Library, 33) Over the past decade the policies of the European Union and the Russian Federation have increasingly come into conflict, as both have attempted to pursue their interests in their respective 'neighbourhoods', neighbourhoods that overlap thoughout post-Soviet territory. Russia views efforts by the EU to establish closer political and economic ties and to support democratic political developments in the region as direct challenges to Russia's 'legitimate' interests. With the reemergence of Russia as an important international actor under Vladimir Putin, Russian policy became increasing assertive in protecting those interests, culminating in the war with Georgia. The book provides a broad examination of various aspects of this competitive relationship. Table of Contents Preface Contributors Introduction - Roger E. Kanet University of Miami, USA and Maria Raquel Freire University of Coimbra, Portugal PART I: RUSSIA, THE EUROPEAN UNION, AND THEIR COMMON NEIGHBOURHOOD Ch. 1. Russian Foreign Policy Toward Its Neighbourhood: A Complex Mosaic of Relations - Maria Raquel Freire, University of Coimbra, Portugal Ch. 2. Are the Policies of Russia and the EU in their Shared Neighbourhood Doomed to Clash? - Tom Casier, Brussels School of International Studies / University of Kent, Belgium Ch. 3. Cross-conditionality in a Common Neighbourhood: Russia and the EU Competing for Influence in Moldova, Ukraine, and Belarus - Jakob Tolstrup, University of Aarhus, Denmark Ch. 4. The Russian Factor in the EU's Ambitions towards the East - Sandra Fernandes, University of Minho, Portugal Ch. 5. The Northern Dimension: A Possible Model for the EU-Russian105 Relationship? - Dina Moulioukova-Fernandez & Roger E. Kanet, University of Miami, USA PART II: RUSSIA, THE EUROPEAN UNION, AND THE GREATER CASPIAN REGION Ch. 6. Security, Sovereignty, and Democracy: The EU, the OSCE, and Central Asia - Charles E. Ziegler, University of Louisville, USA Ch. 7. EU-Russian Security Relations: Lessons from the South Caucasus - Licínia Simão, University of Coimbra, Portugal PART III: RUSSIA AND THE WEST: THE FOUNDATIONS OF RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY Ch. 8. The 2012 Presidential Problem: Reset once again in Russian-US Relations? - Bertil Nygren, National Defence College and Stockholm University, Sweden Ch. 9. Reflections on Russia-EU Relations after the Arab Spring - Graeme Herd, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland Ch. 10. North Stream-South Stream - Nabucco: How Gas Supplies Redefine the Balance of Power in East and South Europe - Remi Piet, University of Miami, USA Conclusion - Roger E. Kanet, University of Miami, USA & Maria Raquel Freire, University of Coimbra, Portugal About the Editors Roger E. Kanet, Ph.D. (1966) in Politics, Princeton University, is Professor of International Studies at the University of Miami. He has published extensively on international politics and Russian foreign policy, including The United States and Europe in a Changing World (RoL, 2009) and A Resurgent Russia and the West: The European Union, NATO and Beyond (RoL, 2009). Maria Raquel Freire, Ph.D., University of Kent at Canterbury, is assistant professor in the Department of International Relations at the University of Coimbra and researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra. Her research focuses on foreign policy, Russia and the post-Soviet space and peace studies. She has published widely, including Key Players and Regional Dynamics in Eurasia (Palgrave, 2010)

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Competing for Influence : The Eu and Russia in Post-Soviet Eurasia Competing for Influence : The Eu and Russia in Post-Soviet Eurasia PDF By author Roger E Kanet last download was at 2018-03-27 48:37:10. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Competing for Influence : The Eu and Russia in Post-Soviet Eurasia book. Central and East European Studies Series, 2 (International Studies Library, 33) Over the past decade the policies of the European Union and the Russian Federation have increasingly come into conflict, as both have attempted to pursue their interests in their respective 'neighbourhoods', neighbourhoods that overlap thoughout post-Soviet territory. Russia views efforts by the EU to establish closer political and economic ties and to support democratic political developments in the region as direct challenges to Russia's 'legitimate' interests. With the reemergence of Russia as an important international actor under Vladimir Putin, Russian policy became increasing assertive in protecting those interests, culminating in the war with Georgia. The book provides a broad examination of various aspects of this competitive relationship. Table of Contents Preface Contributors Introduction - Roger E. Kanet University of Miami, USA and Maria Raquel Freire University of Coimbra, Portugal PART I: RUSSIA, THE EUROPEAN UNION, AND THEIR COMMON NEIGHBOURHOOD Ch. 1. Russian Foreign Policy Toward Its Neighbourhood: A Complex Mosaic of Relations - Maria Raquel Freire, University of Coimbra, Portugal Ch. 2. Are the Policies of Russia and the EU in their Shared Neighbourhood Doomed to Clash? - Tom Casier, Brussels School of International Studies / University of Kent, Belgium Ch. 3. Cross-conditionality in a Common Neighbourhood: Russia and the EU Competing for Influence in Moldova, Ukraine, and Belarus - Jakob Tolstrup, University of Aarhus, Denmark Ch. 4. The Russian Factor in the EU's Ambitions towards the East - Sandra Fernandes, University of Minho, Portugal Ch. 5. The Northern Dimension: A Possible Model for the EU-Russian105 Relationship? - Dina Moulioukova-Fernandez & Roger E. Kanet, University of Miami, USA PART II: RUSSIA, THE EUROPEAN UNION, AND THE GREATER CASPIAN REGION Ch. 6. Security, Sovereignty, and Democracy: The EU, the OSCE, and Central Asia - Charles E. Ziegler, University of Louisville, USA Ch. 7. EU-Russian Security Relations: Lessons from the South Caucasus - Licínia Simão, University of Coimbra, Portugal PART III: RUSSIA AND THE WEST: THE FOUNDATIONS OF RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY Ch. 8. The 2012 Presidential Problem: Reset once again in Russian-US Relations? - Bertil Nygren, National Defence College and Stockholm University, Sweden Ch. 9. Reflections on Russia-EU Relations after the Arab Spring - Graeme Herd, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, Switzerland Ch. 10. North Stream-South Stream - Nabucco: How Gas Supplies Redefine the Balance of Power in East and South Europe - Remi Piet, University of Miami, USA Conclusion - Roger E. Kanet, University of Miami, USA & Maria Raquel Freire, University of Coimbra, Portugal About the Editors Roger E. Kanet, Ph.D. (1966) in Politics, Princeton University, is Professor of International Studies at the University of Miami. He has published extensively on international politics and Russian foreign policy, including The United States and Europe in a Changing World (RoL, 2009) and A Resurgent Russia and the West: The European Union, NATO and Beyond (RoL, 2009). Maria Raquel Freire, Ph.D., University of Kent at Canterbury, is assistant professor in the Department of International Relations at the University of Coimbra and researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra. Her research focuses on foreign policy, Russia and the post-Soviet space and peace studies. She has published widely, including Key Players and Regional Dynamics in Eurasia (Palgrave, 2010)

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Public Intellectuals and International Affairs : Essays on Public Thinkers and Political Projects Public Intellectuals and International Affairs : Essays on Public Thinkers and Political Projects PDF By author Cornelia Navari last download was at 2017-08-06 31:57:29. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Public Intellectuals and International Affairs : Essays on Public Thinkers and Political Projects book. ABOUT THE BOOK The new interest in ideas behind foreign policy and in different constructions of the international has neglected to consider the varied sources of such new ideas. Generally attributed to 'policy intellectuals' much of the radical new direction in foreign policy thinking that marked the 20th century came in fact from public intellectuals, increasingly recognised as a critical source of new thinking in liberal political orders. Building on the new research in public intellectuals and their contribution to public debate and policy evolution, this book provides a comprehensive treatment of the thought of the major public intellectuals who made critical contributions to the thought behind and the practice of foreign policy and international relations during the 20th century. The result is a fresh look at some familiar figures, new studies of some less recognised personalities, and new evaluations of some contested thinkers. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments Chapter 1 - Public Intellectuals, Political Projects and New Ideas Chapter 2 - Treitschke, Social Hatred and the Theory of the Machtstaat Chapter 3 - Angell, the Seizure Illusion and the Disutility of War Chapter 4 - Chatham House, the Broad Church View and Progressive Internationalism Chapter 5 - Toynbee, Decline and Civilization Chapter 6 - Butterfield, Carr and English Machiavellism Chapter 7 - Lippmann, Actually-existing Liberalism and Liberal Realism Chapter 8 - Mitrany, the Service State and International Functionalism Chapter 9 - Spinelli, Functionalists and Federalism Chapter 10 - Hobbes, the Security Dilemma and the Laws of Nature Chapter 11 - Aron, Literary Marxism and Total War Chapter 12 - Chomsky, Illegitimate Authority and Global Anarchism Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR Cornelia Navari, Ph.D. (1991) in Political Science, University of Birmingham, is Visiting Professor of International Relations at the University of Buckingham and has published extensively on the history of thought on international relations. She is the author of Internationalism and the State in the 20th Century (Routledge, 2000) and editor of Theorising International Society: English School Methods (Palgrave, 2009).

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Public Intellectuals and International Affairs : Essays on Public Thinkers and Political Projects Public Intellectuals and International Affairs : Essays on Public Thinkers and Political Projects PDF By author Cornelia Navari last download was at 2018-05-24 30:05:10. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Public Intellectuals and International Affairs : Essays on Public Thinkers and Political Projects book. ABOUT THE BOOK The new interest in ideas behind foreign policy and in different constructions of the international has neglected to consider the varied sources of such new ideas. Generally attributed to 'policy intellectuals' much of the radical new direction in foreign policy thinking that marked the 20th century came in fact from public intellectuals, increasingly recognised as a critical source of new thinking in liberal political orders. Building on the new research in public intellectuals and their contribution to public debate and policy evolution, this book provides a comprehensive treatment of the thought of the major public intellectuals who made critical contributions to the thought behind and the practice of foreign policy and international relations during the 20th century. The result is a fresh look at some familiar figures, new studies of some less recognised personalities, and new evaluations of some contested thinkers. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments Chapter 1 - Public Intellectuals, Political Projects and New Ideas Chapter 2 - Treitschke, Social Hatred and the Theory of the Machtstaat Chapter 3 - Angell, the Seizure Illusion and the Disutility of War Chapter 4 - Chatham House, the Broad Church View and Progressive Internationalism Chapter 5 - Toynbee, Decline and Civilization Chapter 6 - Butterfield, Carr and English Machiavellism Chapter 7 - Lippmann, Actually-existing Liberalism and Liberal Realism Chapter 8 - Mitrany, the Service State and International Functionalism Chapter 9 - Spinelli, Functionalists and Federalism Chapter 10 - Hobbes, the Security Dilemma and the Laws of Nature Chapter 11 - Aron, Literary Marxism and Total War Chapter 12 - Chomsky, Illegitimate Authority and Global Anarchism Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR Cornelia Navari, Ph.D. (1991) in Political Science, University of Birmingham, is Visiting Professor of International Relations at the University of Buckingham and has published extensively on the history of thought on international relations. She is the author of Internationalism and the State in the 20th Century (Routledge, 2000) and editor of Theorising International Society: English School Methods (Palgrave, 2009).

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Russia and European Security Russia and European Security PDF By author Roger E Kanet last download was at 2018-08-20 26:15:00. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Russia and European Security book. Central and East European Studies Series, 1 (International Studies Library, 32) Over the past two decades Russia's relations with Europe and the West, in general, have deteriorated, as Russia rebuilt its international political and economic foundations and its leaders decided to pursue a policy of reestablishing Russia as the major regional actor and as an important global power. The chapters that comprise the volume examine the factors that drive Russian foreign policy, including those that divide Europe from Russia. They then examine the specifics of Russian relations with the European Union and NATO and the impact of U.S.-Russian relations on the Russian-European relationship. They conclud with an examination of President Medvedev's proposal for a new Eurasian security architecture. The overall message of the analysis is that the longer-term prospects for Russian relations with the West are limited, because of the deep divisions between the two sides. Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 'Russia and European Security' - Roger E. Kanet & Maria Raquel Freire PART I: DETERMINANTS OF RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY Ch. 1: 'The Cold Peace: Making Sense of Russia's Relationship with the West' - Richard Sakwa Ch. 2: 'Subjectivity Matters: Reconsidering Russia's Relations with the West' - Regina Heller Ch. 3: 'Image and Reality: Russia's Relations with the West' - Valentina Feklyunina Ch. 4: 'Europe as Idea, Model and Reality: The Complex Nature of Europe's Significance for Russia' - Dina Moulioukova-Fernandez PART II: RUSSIA, THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE UNITED STATES Ch. 5: 'U.S.-Russia Relations: Is there enough Common Ground for a New Phase?' - Gülnur Aybet & Joe Hogler Ch. 6: 'Russia, the EU and the United States: Intertwined Relationships' - Roger E. Kanet Ch. 7: 'EU-Russia Relations and Transnational Terrorism: The Case of Police Cooperation' - Maria Raquel Freire Ch. 8: 'The EU/EC, Human Rights, Russia and the Issue of the Russian-speakers in Latvia and Estonia' - Franz Preissler PART III. THE MEDVEDEV PROPOSAL ON EUROPEAN SECURITY Ch. 9: 'Medvedev's European Security Treaty Proposal: Building a Euro-Atlantic Security Community?' - Nikita Lomagin Ch. 10: 'The European Union and the Medvedev Proposal: A Breakthrough or an Empty Shell?' - Sandra Fernandes Ch. 11: 'Russia's Security Policy Agenda in Northern Europe' - Carolina Vendil Pallin Conclusion - Roger E. Kanet & Maria Raquel Freire About the Editors Roger E. Kanet, Ph.D. (1966) in Politics, Princeton University, is Professor of International Studies at the University of Miami. He has published extensively on international politics and Russian foreign policy, including The United States and Europe in a Changing World (RoL, 2009) and A Resurgent Russia and the West: The European Union, NATO and Beyond (RoL, 2009). Maria Raquel Freire, Ph.D., University of Kent at Canterbury, is assistant professor in the Department of International Relations at the University of Coimbra and researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra. Her research focuses on foreign policy, Russia and the post-Soviet space and peace studies. She has published widely, including Key Players and Regional Dynamics in Eurasia (Palgrave, 2010)

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Russia and European Security Russia and European Security PDF By author Roger E Kanet last download was at 2018-07-29 25:57:20. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Russia and European Security book. Central and East European Studies Series, 1 (International Studies Library, 32) Over the past two decades Russia's relations with Europe and the West, in general, have deteriorated, as Russia rebuilt its international political and economic foundations and its leaders decided to pursue a policy of reestablishing Russia as the major regional actor and as an important global power. The chapters that comprise the volume examine the factors that drive Russian foreign policy, including those that divide Europe from Russia. They then examine the specifics of Russian relations with the European Union and NATO and the impact of U.S.-Russian relations on the Russian-European relationship. They conclud with an examination of President Medvedev's proposal for a new Eurasian security architecture. The overall message of the analysis is that the longer-term prospects for Russian relations with the West are limited, because of the deep divisions between the two sides. Table of Contents INTRODUCTION 'Russia and European Security' - Roger E. Kanet & Maria Raquel Freire PART I: DETERMINANTS OF RUSSIAN FOREIGN POLICY Ch. 1: 'The Cold Peace: Making Sense of Russia's Relationship with the West' - Richard Sakwa Ch. 2: 'Subjectivity Matters: Reconsidering Russia's Relations with the West' - Regina Heller Ch. 3: 'Image and Reality: Russia's Relations with the West' - Valentina Feklyunina Ch. 4: 'Europe as Idea, Model and Reality: The Complex Nature of Europe's Significance for Russia' - Dina Moulioukova-Fernandez PART II: RUSSIA, THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE UNITED STATES Ch. 5: 'U.S.-Russia Relations: Is there enough Common Ground for a New Phase?' - Gülnur Aybet & Joe Hogler Ch. 6: 'Russia, the EU and the United States: Intertwined Relationships' - Roger E. Kanet Ch. 7: 'EU-Russia Relations and Transnational Terrorism: The Case of Police Cooperation' - Maria Raquel Freire Ch. 8: 'The EU/EC, Human Rights, Russia and the Issue of the Russian-speakers in Latvia and Estonia' - Franz Preissler PART III. THE MEDVEDEV PROPOSAL ON EUROPEAN SECURITY Ch. 9: 'Medvedev's European Security Treaty Proposal: Building a Euro-Atlantic Security Community?' - Nikita Lomagin Ch. 10: 'The European Union and the Medvedev Proposal: A Breakthrough or an Empty Shell?' - Sandra Fernandes Ch. 11: 'Russia's Security Policy Agenda in Northern Europe' - Carolina Vendil Pallin Conclusion - Roger E. Kanet & Maria Raquel Freire About the Editors Roger E. Kanet, Ph.D. (1966) in Politics, Princeton University, is Professor of International Studies at the University of Miami. He has published extensively on international politics and Russian foreign policy, including The United States and Europe in a Changing World (RoL, 2009) and A Resurgent Russia and the West: The European Union, NATO and Beyond (RoL, 2009). Maria Raquel Freire, Ph.D., University of Kent at Canterbury, is assistant professor in the Department of International Relations at the University of Coimbra and researcher at the Centre for Social Studies (CES) of the University of Coimbra. Her research focuses on foreign policy, Russia and the post-Soviet space and peace studies. She has published widely, including Key Players and Regional Dynamics in Eurasia (Palgrave, 2010)

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March 10, 2007 93.25 MB Russia and European Security0    0 0
Japan's News Propaganda and Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia, 1870-1934 Japan's News Propaganda and Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia, 1870-1934 PDF By author Tomoko Akami last download was at 2017-08-26 57:58:25. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Japan's News Propaganda and Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia, 1870-1934 book. Exactly twenty years after the first undersea cable was laid across the English Channel in 1851, the last leg of the north- and south- bound cable networks reached Japan via Shanghai, connecting all the continents, except for the Antarctic. This age of global telecommunications coincided with two moves by the major empires in the late nineteenth century: their aggressive colonization in Africa, Asia and the Pacific; and the expansion of the franchise at their metropolitan centres. Overseas news was conveyed more quickly, and affected more people's views of the world. As metropolitan states gradually expanded their franchise bases, these peoples' views (the public opinion) were becoming an important factor not only in domestic politics, but also in foreign policies. The states had to respond to these developments of technology and mass-based politics, realize the power of news, and come to see the need to develop policy and institutions to utilize news in foreign policy. As soon as global telecommunication networks were established, three major news agencies - British Reuters, French Havas, and German Wolff - created an interimperial news cartel system in 1870, and Northeast Asia came under Reuters' news empire. Using the notion of 'news propaganda', this book analyses how the Meiji state came into the inter-imperial news system, and how it became aware of the problem of Reuters'news empire in Northeast Asia. It also examines how the Japanese state began to develop the governmental institutions and a key operational agency, the national news agency, to utilize news propaganda in international politics, and how it challenged Reuters' news agency in the region with a help of American Associated Press. The book demonstrates the modern thinking of foreign policy elites, including high- to middle-ranking diplomats, military officers and news agency men. They were well attuned with global trends, technological development, and the rising significance 'international public opinion'. They responded not with isolationism from, but with greater engagement with the world public in the time of diplomatic crises and international conflicts. Their challenge to Reuters' news empire was not a structural challenge to the inter-imperial news system, but a quest for Japan's greater power in that system, and closely connected to the military expansion into China. CONTENTS Introduction Ch. 1: The Old Order: Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia Ch. 2: Japan's Early News Propaganda, 1870s-1900s Ch. 3: News Propaganda as a Foreign Policy; The Creation of Japan's Own News Propaganda Organizations, 1909-14 Ch. 4: The New Paradigm of International Politics Wartime News Propaganda and International Public Opinion, 1914-20 Ch. 5: Japan's Response to the New Paradigm, 1918-23 Ch. 6: Iwanaga's Vision for a National News Agency and the State's Response To Wireless, 1923-5 Ch. 7: The Formation of Rengō and its Challenge to the Monopoly of Reuters' News Empire in China, 1926-9 Ch. 8: News Propaganda and Mass-Based Politics during the Manchurian Crisis, 1931-3: the Beginning of the State's Coordination Ch. 9: The End of the Old Order of Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia and Rengō's Overseas Expansion, 1932-5 Ch. 10:1933-5: The Dawn of a New Era of News Propaganda Conclusion Archival Sources Bibliography About the Author Tomoko Akami was born in Tottori, Japan. She received an MA at Hiroshima, a second MA at Melbourne, and a PhD at the Australian National University. She now teaches and does research at the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University. Her publications include Internationalizing the Pacific (2002), and she has published on the idea of the Pacific Community in the 1920s, non-governmental organizations in Asia and the Pacific, comparative liberalism, and the nexus of the nation-state and empire.

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Japan's News Propaganda and Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia, 1870-1934 Japan's News Propaganda and Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia, 1870-1934 PDF By author Tomoko Akami last download was at 2018-01-28 25:27:46. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Japan's News Propaganda and Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia, 1870-1934 book. Exactly 20 years after the first undersea cable was laid across the English Channel in 1851, the last leg of the north- and south- bound cable networks reached Japan via Shanghai, connecting all the continents, except for the Antarctic. This age of global telecommunications coincided with two moves by the major empires in the late nineteenth century: their aggressive colonization in Africa, Asia and the Pacific; and the expansion of the franchise at their metropolitan centres. Overseas news was conveyed more quickly, and affected more people's views of the world. As metropolitan states gradually expanded their franchise bases, these peoples' views (the public opinion) were becoming an important factor not only in domestic politics, but also in foreign policies. The states had to respond to these developments of technology and mass-based politics, realize the power of news, and come to see the need to develop policy and institutions to utilize news in foreign policy. As soon as global telecommunication networks were established, three major news agencies-British Reuters, French Havas, and German Wolff-created an inter-imperial news cartel system in 1870, and Northeast Asia came under Reuters' news empire. Using the notion of 'news propaganda', this book analyses how the Meiji state came into the inter-imperial news system, and how it became aware of the problem of Reuters' news empire in Northeast Asia. It also examines how the Japanese state began to develop the governmental institutions and a key operational agency, the national news agency, to utilize news propaganda in international politics, and how it challenged Reuters' news agency in the region with a help of American Associated Press. The book demonstrates the modern thinking of foreign policy elites, including high- to - middle-ranking diplomats, military officers and news agency men. They were well attuned with global trends, technological development, and the rising significance of 'international public opinion'. They responded not with isolationism from, but with greater engagement with the world public in the time of diplomatic crises and international conflicts. Their challenge to Reuters' news empire was not a structural challenge to the inter-imperial news system, but a quest for Japan's greater power in that system, and closely connected to the military expansion into China. Contents Introduction Ch. 1: The Old Order: Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia Ch. 2: Japan's Early News Propaganda, 1870s-1900s Ch. 3: News Propaganda as a Foreign Policy; The Creation of Japan's Own News Propaganda Organizations, 1909-14 Ch. 4: The New Paradigm of International Politics Wartime News Propaganda and International Public Opinion, 1914-20 Ch. 5: Japan's Response to the New Paradigm, 1918-23 Ch. 6: Iwanaga's Vision for a National News Agency and the State's Response To Wireless, 1923-5 Ch. 7: The Formation of Rengō and its Challenge to the Monopoly of Reuters' News Empire in China, 1926-9 Ch. 8: News Propaganda and Mass-Based Politics during the Manchurian Crisis, 1931-3: the Beginning of the State's Coordination Ch. 9: The End of the Old Order of Reuters' News Empire in Northeast Asia and Rengō's Overseas Expansion, 1932-5 Ch. 10:1933-5: The Dawn of a New Era of News Propaganda Conclusion Archival Sources Bibliography About the Author Tomoko Akami was born in Tottori, Japan. She received an MA at Hiroshima, a second MA at Melbourne, and a PhD at the Australian National University. She now teaches and does research at the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University. Her publications include Internationalizing the Pacific (2002), and she has published on the idea of the Pacific Community in the 1920s, non-governmental organizations in Asia and the Pacific, comparative liberalism, and the nexus of the nation-state and empire.

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Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa : The Nigerian Connection Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa : The Nigerian Connection PDF By author Gernot Klantschnig last download was at 2017-03-05 15:26:16. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa : The Nigerian Connection book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 19 (History of International Relations Library, 30) Based on previously classified government information and interviews with key officials and drug market insiders in Nigeria, this book is the first ever in-depth analysis of the international and domestic origins of illegal drug control in Africa, exploring the formulation and implementation of Nigerian drug policy between 1985 and 2010. During this period, the country came to be seen as a hub in the global drug trade and the domestic policy set in motion to tackle this perception escalated into Africa's most repressive and long-lasting anti-drug campaign. The book provocatively argues that Nigeria's drug war was not driven by an understanding of the country's drug problems but rather by political calculations made in Nigeria, the US and at the UN. This meticulously researched and wonderfully lucid book is the first thorough study of Africa's complex drugs trades in a national context. The findings are startling. Nigeria's drugs connections are vividly described, but so too is the rhetoric and hype of the international crime control agencies. ... As Klantschnig reveals in this path-breaking book, the winners and losers in Nigeria's war on drugs are not what they may seem. - David M. Anderson, University of Oxford - Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa is an extraordinarily timely study. Appearing at a moment when drug cartels and drug markets are expanding very aggressively in Africa, this book is the first thorough examination of the drugs trade on the continent from a historical perspective. ... This is an essential book for those interested in both contemporary African politics and the global drugs trade. - Charles Ambler, University of Texas at El Paso - Table of Contents List of Figures, Illustrations and Tables Acknowledgements Abbreviations Map of Nigeria Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Nigeria in the global drug trade Chapter 3 The UN drug control system and Nigeria Chapter 4 The African front in the US war on drugs Chapter 5 The domestic politics of drug control Chapter 6 The rhetoric of drug law enforcement and its practice Chapter 7 The limited roles of civil society Chapter 8 Conclusions Appendices Bibliography About the Author Gernot Klantschnig, D.Phil. (2008) in Politics, University of Oxford, is an Assistant Professor of International Studies at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China. His publications have focussed on drugs, crime and law enforcement in Africa as well as on the international crime control system.

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January 4, 2003 87.13 MB Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa : The Nigerian Connection4    0 4
Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa : The Nigerian Connection Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa : The Nigerian Connection PDF By author Gernot Klantschnig last download was at 2018-08-10 53:38:13. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa : The Nigerian Connection book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 19 (History of International Relations Library, 30) Based on previously classified government information and interviews with key officials and drug market insiders in Nigeria, this book is the first ever in-depth analysis of the international and domestic origins of illegal drug control in Africa, exploring the formulation and implementation of Nigerian drug policy between 1985 and 2010. During this period, the country came to be seen as a hub in the global drug trade and the domestic policy set in motion to tackle this perception escalated into Africa's most repressive and long-lasting anti-drug campaign. The book provocatively argues that Nigeria's drug war was not driven by an understanding of the country's drug problems but rather by political calculations made in Nigeria, the US and at the UN. This meticulously researched and wonderfully lucid book is the first thorough study of Africa's complex drugs trades in a national context. The findings are startling. Nigeria's drugs connections are vividly described, but so too is the rhetoric and hype of the international crime control agencies. ... As Klantschnig reveals in this path-breaking book, the winners and losers in Nigeria's war on drugs are not what they may seem. - David M. Anderson, University of Oxford - Crime, Drugs and the State in Africa is an extraordinarily timely study. Appearing at a moment when drug cartels and drug markets are expanding very aggressively in Africa, this book is the first thorough examination of the drugs trade on the continent from a historical perspective. ... This is an essential book for those interested in both contemporary African politics and the global drugs trade. - Charles Ambler, University of Texas at El Paso - Table of Contents List of Figures, Illustrations and Tables Acknowledgements Abbreviations Map of Nigeria Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Nigeria in the global drug trade Chapter 3 The UN drug control system and Nigeria Chapter 4 The African front in the US war on drugs Chapter 5 The domestic politics of drug control Chapter 6 The rhetoric of drug law enforcement and its practice Chapter 7 The limited roles of civil society Chapter 8 Conclusions Appendices Bibliography About the Author Gernot Klantschnig, D.Phil. (2008) in Politics, University of Oxford, is an Assistant Professor of International Studies at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China. His publications have focussed on drugs, crime and law enforcement in Africa as well as on the international crime control system.

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Scientists and Statesmen : Eisenhower's Science Advisers and National Security Policy Scientists and Statesmen : Eisenhower's Science Advisers and National Security Policy PDF By author Richard V Damms last download was at 2017-10-02 44:48:46. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Scientists and Statesmen : Eisenhower's Science Advisers and National Security Policy book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 20 (History of International Relations Library, 31) ABOUT THE BOOK: This book provides the first in-depth examination of the role of science and scientists in the national security policymaking of the Eisenhower administration. Eisenhower's New Look containment strategy was predicated on American strength in science and technology, but the relationship between science and the Cold War state was complex and conflicted. Scientists and statesmen constantly negotiated the appropriate balance between the requirements of scientific progress and national security. Ultimately, after the Soviet sputniks, Eisenhower's personal science advisers, James Killian and George Kistiakowsky, supported by the newly-established President's Science Advisory Committee, became ubiquitous as the administration grappled with the consequences of the technological arms race and the advent of the space race. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1: From the Old Consensus to the New: The Impact of Depression and War on Government-Science Relations Chapter 2: Science, Secrecy, and Security: Science Advice in the Early Eisenhower Administration Chapter 3: The Technological Capabilities Panel and the Emergence of Eisenhower's "Scientific-Technological Elite" Chapter 4: The Sputnik Crisis and the Reorganization of Science Advice at the White House Chapter 5: Containing the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex: Eisenhower's Scientists and Post-Sputnik Defense Policy Chapter 6: Eisenhower's Science Advisers and the Early Space Race Chapter 7: The Limitations of Expert Advice: The Nuclear Test Ban Debate Chapter 8: Strengthening American Science: National Security, Science, and Education Conclusion Bibliography Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Richard V. Damms, Ph.D. (1993) in History, The Ohio State University, is Associate Professor of History at Mississippi State University. He is the author of The Eisenhower Presidency, 1953-1962 (Longman, 2002) and several articles and essays on the Eisenhower era.

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Scientists and Statesmen : Eisenhower's Science Advisers and National Security Policy Scientists and Statesmen : Eisenhower's Science Advisers and National Security Policy PDF By author Richard V Damms last download was at 2018-06-08 33:47:03. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Scientists and Statesmen : Eisenhower's Science Advisers and National Security Policy book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 20 (History of International Relations Library, 31) ABOUT THE BOOK: This book provides the first in-depth examination of the role of science and scientists in the national security policymaking of the Eisenhower administration. Eisenhower's New Look containment strategy was predicated on American strength in science and technology, but the relationship between science and the Cold War state was complex and conflicted. Scientists and statesmen constantly negotiated the appropriate balance between the requirements of scientific progress and national security. Ultimately, after the Soviet sputniks, Eisenhower's personal science advisers, James Killian and George Kistiakowsky, supported by the newly-established President's Science Advisory Committee, became ubiquitous as the administration grappled with the consequences of the technological arms race and the advent of the space race. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction Chapter 1: From the Old Consensus to the New: The Impact of Depression and War on Government-Science Relations Chapter 2: Science, Secrecy, and Security: Science Advice in the Early Eisenhower Administration Chapter 3: The Technological Capabilities Panel and the Emergence of Eisenhower's "Scientific-Technological Elite" Chapter 4: The Sputnik Crisis and the Reorganization of Science Advice at the White House Chapter 5: Containing the Military-Industrial-Congressional Complex: Eisenhower's Scientists and Post-Sputnik Defense Policy Chapter 6: Eisenhower's Science Advisers and the Early Space Race Chapter 7: The Limitations of Expert Advice: The Nuclear Test Ban Debate Chapter 8: Strengthening American Science: National Security, Science, and Education Conclusion Bibliography Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Richard V. Damms, Ph.D. (1993) in History, The Ohio State University, is Associate Professor of History at Mississippi State University. He is the author of The Eisenhower Presidency, 1953-1962 (Longman, 2002) and several articles and essays on the Eisenhower era.

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The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918 The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918 PDF By author M B B Biskupski last download was at 2018-06-29 13:03:46. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 21 (History of International Relations Library, 32) By the end of World War I, an independent Polish state had re-emerged on the map after an absence of 123 years. This was a very complicated process and involved many factors as well as the dynamics caused by the war. On of the principal actors was the United States. Using an enormous amount of unpublished material, the author reconstructs the vital role of the United States in the Rebirth of Poland. TABLE OF CONTENTS Abbreviations for Archival References Preface Chapter 1: The Background Chapter 2: The Poles and the War Chapter 3: Turning Suffering to Political Account Chapter 4: The Poles as Enemy Aliens: Espionage and Subversion Chapter 5: The International Politics of Polish Relief Chapter 6: The Consolidation of International Polish Politics Chapter 7: Wilson, the Poles, and American Politics Chapter 8: Washington and the Wartime Diplomacy of the Polish Question Chapter 9: An Army, a Government in Exile, and an Attempted Coup by Paderewski Chapter 10: Noble Words, Mean Treatment Chapter 11: America's Final Reckoning with Polonia Chapter 12: Defining Poland Chapter 13: The United States and the Rebirth of Poland: A Retrospective View Bibliography Index About the Author M. B. B. Biskupski, holds a Ph. D. from Yale University. He has published many books and articles dealing largely with Polish themes. He is the President of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America and holds many fellowships, awards, and prizes.

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The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918 The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918 PDF By author M B B Biskupski last download was at 2018-02-15 45:34:52. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online The United States and the Rebirth of Poland, 1914-1918 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 21 (History of International Relations Library, 32) By the end of World War I, an independent Polish state had re-emerged on the map after an absence of 123 years. This was a very complicated process and involved many factors as well as the dynamics caused by the war. On of the principal actors was the United States. Using an enormous amount of unpublished material, the author reconstructs the vital role of the United States in the Rebirth of Poland. TABLE OF CONTENTS Abbreviations for Archival References Preface Chapter 1: The Background Chapter 2: The Poles and the War Chapter 3: Turning Suffering to Political Account Chapter 4: The Poles as Enemy Aliens: Espionage and Subversion Chapter 5: The International Politics of Polish Relief Chapter 6: The Consolidation of International Polish Politics Chapter 7: Wilson, the Poles, and American Politics Chapter 8: Washington and the Wartime Diplomacy of the Polish Question Chapter 9: An Army, a Government in Exile, and an Attempted Coup by Paderewski Chapter 10: Noble Words, Mean Treatment Chapter 11: America's Final Reckoning with Polonia Chapter 12: Defining Poland Chapter 13: The United States and the Rebirth of Poland: A Retrospective View Bibliography Index About the Author M. B. B. Biskupski, holds a Ph. D. from Yale University. He has published many books and articles dealing largely with Polish themes. He is the President of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America and holds many fellowships, awards, and prizes.

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Diplomats at War : The American Experience Diplomats at War : The American Experience PDF By author Andrew Stewart last download was at 2017-02-19 23:51:50. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Diplomats at War : The American Experience book. "Diplomats at War: The American Experience." The volume's over-arching aim was to address a straightforward question: What makes an effective wartime diplomatic representative? The volume provides answer in analysis of twenty 'diplomats' - a term broadly conceived. The vast majority of the subjects represented the United States, reflecting the bald facts of international affairs in the latter half of the twentieth century. The volume contributes in an important way as a study of individuals who were operators of national policy often away from the glare of contemporaneous media, and the subsequent attention of historians: there stories are in the main new. The volume also contributes by establishing a framework for analysis that considers broad interpretations of 'Diplomats', 'War', and the 'American Experience' in light of their interrelationship. TABLE OF CONTENTS Abbreviations Author Biographies J. Simon Rofe & Andrew Stewart, Introduction 1. David Mayers, FDR's Diplomats and Sino-U.S. Crises: Nelson T. Johnson, Clarence Gauss and Patrick Hurley, 1937-1945 2. Thomas Mills, Mobilising the Americas for War: Jefferson Caffery in Brazil, 1937-1944 3. Kenneth Weisbrode, The Unruly Spirit: William Bullitt 1936-1940 4. Priscilla Roberts, "Mr. Anglo-American": Arthur Lehman Goodhart and Second World War Britain 5. Paul Kahan, "Paradoxical and Unprecedented": Myron C. Taylor's Wartime Diplomatic Missions to the Vatican 1939-1950 6. Galen Roger Perras, Besting Those With A Colonial Mentality: Jay Pierrepont Moffat, America's Minister to Canada, 1940-1943 7. Augustine Meaher IV, Uncle Sam's Man Down Under: Nelson Trusler Johnson 8. Graham Cox, Herbert C. Pell, U.S. Representative on the United Nations War Crimes Commission 9. John Mcnay, George V. Allen and the Origins of the Cold War 10. Paul M. McGarr, An Economist with Guns: John Kenneth Galbraith and the Sino-Indian Border War of 1962 11. Christopher Hull, "In the edge of a cyclone": Bill Marchant and the Cuban Missile Crisis 12. Geoffrey C. Stewart, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.: An American Proconsul in Diem's Vietnam 13. Luis Nuno Rodrigues, "Mission Impossible": George Ball and Lisbon's Triumvirate 14. William Michael Schmidli, Robert C. Hill and the Cold War in Latin America 15. Joanne Davies, The United States in Southern Africa: Chester Crocker's Linkage Strategy 1981-1988 16. Marie Gayte, William Wilson, Cold War Diplomat at the Vatican 17. J. Jenner, Making Peace in Hà Nội and Washington: General John W. Vessey's Presidential Emissaryship to Việt Nam, 1987-1994 18. Michael Cairo, Consigliere: James Baker and the Persian Gulf War 1990-1991 Index About the Editors Dr J Simon Rofe is Senior Lecture in Diplomatic and International Studies in the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS, University of London. His research interests lie in the field of Diplomatic Studies and US Foreign Relations in the twentieth century, with a specific focus on the era of Franklin Roosevelt, and Presidential peacemaking and post-war planning. Dr Andrew Stewart is a Senior Lecturer in the Defence Studies Department of King's College London. Based at the Joint Services Command and Staff College within the UK Defence Academy he is currently the Land Historian supporting the Higher Command and Staff Course and Co-Director of the King's Centre for Military Education and Outreach.

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Diplomats at War : The American Experience Diplomats at War : The American Experience PDF By author Andrew Stewart last download was at 2018-08-23 17:60:41. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Diplomats at War : The American Experience book. "Diplomats at War: The American Experience." The volume's over-arching aim was to address a straightforward question: What makes an effective wartime diplomatic representative? The volume provides answer in analysis of twenty 'diplomats' - a term broadly conceived. The vast majority of the subjects represented the United States, reflecting the bald facts of international affairs in the latter half of the twentieth century. The volume contributes in an important way as a study of individuals who were operators of national policy often away from the glare of contemporaneous media, and the subsequent attention of historians: there stories are in the main new. The volume also contributes by establishing a framework for analysis that considers broad interpretations of 'Diplomats', 'War', and the 'American Experience' in light of their interrelationship. TABLE OF CONTENTS Abbreviations Author Biographies J. Simon Rofe & Andrew Stewart, Introduction 1. David Mayers, FDR's Diplomats and Sino-U.S. Crises: Nelson T. Johnson, Clarence Gauss and Patrick Hurley, 1937-1945 2. Thomas Mills, Mobilising the Americas for War: Jefferson Caffery in Brazil, 1937-1944 3. Kenneth Weisbrode, The Unruly Spirit: William Bullitt 1936-1940 4. Priscilla Roberts, "Mr. Anglo-American": Arthur Lehman Goodhart and Second World War Britain 5. Paul Kahan, "Paradoxical and Unprecedented": Myron C. Taylor's Wartime Diplomatic Missions to the Vatican 1939-1950 6. Galen Roger Perras, Besting Those With A Colonial Mentality: Jay Pierrepont Moffat, America's Minister to Canada, 1940-1943 7. Augustine Meaher IV, Uncle Sam's Man Down Under: Nelson Trusler Johnson 8. Graham Cox, Herbert C. Pell, U.S. Representative on the United Nations War Crimes Commission 9. John Mcnay, George V. Allen and the Origins of the Cold War 10. Paul M. McGarr, An Economist with Guns: John Kenneth Galbraith and the Sino-Indian Border War of 1962 11. Christopher Hull, "In the edge of a cyclone": Bill Marchant and the Cuban Missile Crisis 12. Geoffrey C. Stewart, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.: An American Proconsul in Diem's Vietnam 13. Luis Nuno Rodrigues, "Mission Impossible": George Ball and Lisbon's Triumvirate 14. William Michael Schmidli, Robert C. Hill and the Cold War in Latin America 15. Joanne Davies, The United States in Southern Africa: Chester Crocker's Linkage Strategy 1981-1988 16. Marie Gayte, William Wilson, Cold War Diplomat at the Vatican 17. J. Jenner, Making Peace in Hà Nội and Washington: General John W. Vessey's Presidential Emissaryship to Việt Nam, 1987-1994 18. Michael Cairo, Consigliere: James Baker and the Persian Gulf War 1990-1991 Index About the Editors Dr J Simon Rofe is Senior Lecture in Diplomatic and International Studies in the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS, University of London. His research interests lie in the field of Diplomatic Studies and US Foreign Relations in the twentieth century, with a specific focus on the era of Franklin Roosevelt, and Presidential peacemaking and post-war planning. Dr Andrew Stewart is a Senior Lecturer in the Defence Studies Department of King's College London. Based at the Joint Services Command and Staff College within the UK Defence Academy he is currently the Land Historian supporting the Higher Command and Staff Course and Co-Director of the King's Centre for Military Education and Outreach.

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The Criminal Refugee : The Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law The Criminal Refugee : The Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law PDF By author Joseph Rikhof last download was at 2017-09-20 32:03:26. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online The Criminal Refugee : The Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law book. Human Rights Series, 3 (Library of Human Rights, 3) After the Second World War human rights law became entrenched in legal discourse as witnessed by a proliferation of human rights treaties. While the right of asylum was recognized as an fundamental right in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it has never been an absolute right but always restricted in various ways, the most important ones being that asylum should not be conferred on criminals and that refugees with a criminal background could be removed from the country of refuge. This book examines the extensive jurisprudence at the international and domestic level, which has attempted to balance the right of asylum for an individual versus the right of the state of refuge to restrict this right in situations of criminality. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: History Chapter 3: Exclusion Chapter 4: Refoulement Chapter 5: Alternatives to Refoulement Chapter 6: Conclusion Appendix: Geographical Listing of Court/Tribunal Decisions regarding Nefarious Organizations Jurisprudence Literature and Official Documents Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR Joseph Rikhof has received a BCL from the University of Nijmegen in The Netherlands; a LL.B degree from McGill University in Canada; a Diploma in Air and Space Law, also from McGill University and a PhD from the Irish Center for Human Rights. He teaches the course International Criminal Law at the University of Ottawa. He is Senior Counsel, Manager of the Law with the Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes Section of the Department of Justice, Canada. He was a visiting professional with the International Criminal Court in 2005 while also serving as Special Counsel and Policy Advisor to the Modern War Crimes Section of the Department of Citizenship and Immigration between 1998 and 2002. His area of expertise lies with the law related to organized crime, terrorism, genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, especially in the context of immigration and refugee law. He has written over 30 articles as well his PhD thesis exploring these research interests and has lectured on the same topics in North and South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand.

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The Criminal Refugee : The Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law The Criminal Refugee : The Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law PDF By author Joseph Rikhof last download was at 2017-11-07 48:48:11. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online The Criminal Refugee : The Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law book. Human Rights Series, 3 (Library of Human Rights, 3) After the Second World War human rights law became entrenched in legal discourse as witnessed by a proliferation of human rights treaties. While the right of asylum was recognized as an fundamental right in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it has never been an absolute right but always restricted in various ways, the most important ones being that asylum should not be conferred on criminals and that refugees with a criminal background could be removed from the country of refuge. This book examines the extensive jurisprudence at the international and domestic level, which has attempted to balance the right of asylum for an individual versus the right of the state of refuge to restrict this right in situations of criminality. TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: History Chapter 3: Exclusion Chapter 4: Refoulement Chapter 5: Alternatives to Refoulement Chapter 6: Conclusion Appendix: Geographical Listing of Court/Tribunal Decisions regarding Nefarious Organizations Jurisprudence Literature and Official Documents Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR Joseph Rikhof has received a BCL from the University of Nijmegen in The Netherlands; a LL.B degree from McGill University in Canada; a Diploma in Air and Space Law, also from McGill University and a PhD from the Irish Center for Human Rights. He teaches the course International Criminal Law at the University of Ottawa. He is Senior Counsel, Manager of the Law with the Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes Section of the Department of Justice, Canada. He was a visiting professional with the International Criminal Court in 2005 while also serving as Special Counsel and Policy Advisor to the Modern War Crimes Section of the Department of Citizenship and Immigration between 1998 and 2002. His area of expertise lies with the law related to organized crime, terrorism, genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, especially in the context of immigration and refugee law. He has written over 30 articles as well his PhD thesis exploring these research interests and has lectured on the same topics in North and South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand.

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April 8, 2004 14.11 MB The Criminal Refugee : The Treatment of Asylum Seekers with a Criminal Background in International and Domestic Law4    0 0
Israel in Africa 1956-1976 Israel in Africa 1956-1976 PDF By author Zach Levey last download was at 2018-04-28 40:38:26. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Israel in Africa 1956-1976 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 23 (History of International Relations Library, 35) During the decade following its independence, Israel concentrated efforts upon the United States, Britain, France and the Soviet Union, hoping to purchase arms, obtain economic assistance and receive large-scale immigration. In 1957 Israel maintained only seven embassies, six in Europe and North America. Yet by 1963 Israel had 22 embassies in Africa, creating ties that for another decade withstood Arab influence, the impact of the Cold War and heightened African nationalism. At its zenith Israel conducted relations with 33 Black African states. How did this come about? Zach Levey presents the first archive-based analysis of Israel's strategy on the continent, from entry in the mid-1950s to the break in 1973, and examines Israeli diplomacy in the aftermath of that rupture. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Preface Introduction Chapter One: Opening to Ghana and Entry to Africa: 1957-1967 Chapter Two: Ethiopia: East Africa and the Red Sea Chapter Three: The Congo: Foothold in Central Africa Chapter Four: Nigerian Conundrum Chapter Five: Decade in Uganda Chapter Six: Rupture: October - November 1973 Chapter Seven: Israel's African Diplomacy: 1974-1976 Conclusion Bibliography Index About the Author Zach Levey is senior lecturer in the School of Political Science at the University of Haifa. He is the author of Israel and the Western Powers: 1952-1960 (UNC Press), and Britain and the Middle East (edited with Elie Podeh).

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Israel in Africa 1956-1976 Israel in Africa 1956-1976 PDF By author Zach Levey last download was at 2017-01-21 48:29:34. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Israel in Africa 1956-1976 book. History of International Relations, Diplomacy and Intelligence, 23 (History of International Relations Library, 35) During the decade following its independence, Israel concentrated efforts upon the United States, Britain, France and the Soviet Union, hoping to purchase arms, obtain economic assistance and receive large-scale immigration. In 1957 Israel maintained only seven embassies, six in Europe and North America. Yet by 1963 Israel had 22 embassies in Africa, creating ties that for another decade withstood Arab influence, the impact of the Cold War and heightened African nationalism. At its zenith Israel conducted relations with 33 Black African states. How did this come about? Zach Levey presents the first archive-based analysis of Israel's strategy on the continent, from entry in the mid-1950s to the break in 1973, and examines Israeli diplomacy in the aftermath of that rupture. Table of Contents Acknowledgements Preface Introduction Chapter One: Opening to Ghana and Entry to Africa: 1957-1967 Chapter Two: Ethiopia: East Africa and the Red Sea Chapter Three: The Congo: Foothold in Central Africa Chapter Four: Nigerian Conundrum Chapter Five: Decade in Uganda Chapter Six: Rupture: October - November 1973 Chapter Seven: Israel's African Diplomacy: 1974-1976 Conclusion Bibliography Index About the Author Zach Levey is senior lecturer in the School of Political Science at the University of Haifa. He is the author of Israel and the Western Powers: 1952-1960 (UNC Press), and Britain and the Middle East (edited with Elie Podeh).

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Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective PDF By author John H P Williams last download was at 2018-08-22 46:60:31. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective book. Refugees are among the poorest people in the world. To date, this group has received relatively little attention in some of the social sciences, especially economics. This book begins to fill the gap by using powerful tools from game theory to better understand the state-level strategic interaction in refugee crises during negotiations for permanent solutions. The three classic solutions to such crises are: repatriation to the country of origin, settlement in the country of first asylum, and resettlement in a third country. Generating such remedies involves assistance from donor countries, and the parties involved often have both common and conflicting interests, giving rise to strategic interactions. As this book shows, game theory is well-suited to such problems. "An innovative application of game theory that provides new and important insights into the refugee problem and raises the bar for future research on the topic. Theoretically rigorous and conceptually rich, Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective should be of interest to political scientists with a theoretical bent, qualitative methodologists who develop analytic narratives, and security studies specialists and students of comparative politics who focus on the political consequences of forced migrations." Frank C. Zagare, UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science, University at Buffalo, SUNY "This book will make a valuable contribution to scholarship on refugee issues * an important problem for the world * by showing how formal modeling can contribute to a more sophisticated understanding of both real-world events and policy issues. At the same time, it will stand as an excellent example of game modeling, worthy of emulation by scholars in many fields, including some that are far removed from the specific issues addressed here. The book does a good job of establishing the scope of the problem, not only in terms of numbers and distribution of refugees but also by recounting the legal and institutional context. D. Marc Kilgour, Conflict Analysis, Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgements Ch. 1: Introduction Ch. 2: From Narrative to Model: Cases with Prisoners' Dilemma Payoff Configurations Ch. 3: From Narrative to Model: Cases with Other Payoff Configurations Ch. 4: Theory of Moves Ch. 5: Applying the Theory to the Cases with Prisoners' Payoff Configurations Ch. 6: Applying the Theory to the Cases with Other Payoff Configurations Ch. 7: Lessons and Contributions Appendix References Index ABOUT THE AUTHORS LESTER A. ZEAGER, PhD (1987) Economics, University of Pittsburgh, is Professor of Economics and founding Director of the MA in International Studies program at East Carolina University. His recent publications apply game-theoretic tools to refugee negotiations and explore methods for making income comparisons across groups. RICHARD E. ERICSON, PhD (1979) University of California - Berkeley, is Chair and Professor of the Department of Economics at East Carolina University. Dr. Ericson's primary research areas are comparative economic systems, microeconomic theory, and the economics of transition. JOHN H. P. WILLIAMS, PhD (1988) Political Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, teaches in the Department of Political Science and the International Studies program at East Carolina University.

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Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective PDF By author John H P Williams last download was at 2017-07-08 20:17:27. This book is good alternative for Sir William Temple, William III and the Balance of Power in Europe. Download now for free or you can read online Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective book. Refugees are among the poorest people in the world. To date, this group has received relatively little attention in some of the social sciences, especially economics. This book begins to fill the gap by using powerful tools from game theory to better understand the state-level strategic interaction in refugee crises during negotiations for permanent solutions. The three classic solutions to such crises are: repatriation to the country of origin, settlement in the country of first asylum, and resettlement in a third country. Generating such remedies involves assistance from donor countries, and the parties involved often have both common and conflicting interests, giving rise to strategic interactions. As this book shows, game theory is well-suited to such problems. "An innovative application of game theory that provides new and important insights into the refugee problem and raises the bar for future research on the topic. Theoretically rigorous and conceptually rich, Refugee Negotiations from a Game-Theoretic Perspective should be of interest to political scientists with a theoretical bent, qualitative methodologists who develop analytic narratives, and security studies specialists and students of comparative politics who focus on the political consequences of forced migrations." Frank C. Zagare, UB Distinguished Professor of Political Science, University at Buffalo, SUNY "This book will make a valuable contribution to scholarship on refugee issues * an important problem for the world * by showing how formal modeling can contribute to a more sophisticated understanding of both real-world events and policy issues. At the same time, it will stand as an excellent example of game modeling, worthy of emulation by scholars in many fields, including some that are far removed from the specific issues addressed here. The book does a good job of establishing the scope of the problem, not only in terms of numbers and distribution of refugees but also by recounting the legal and institutional context. D. Marc Kilgour, Conflict Analysis, Laurier Centre for Military Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgements Ch. 1: Introduction Ch. 2: From Narrative to Model: Cases with Prisoners' Dilemma Payoff Configurations Ch. 3: From Narrative to Model: Cases with Other Payoff Configurations Ch. 4: Theory of Moves Ch. 5: Applying the Theory to the Cases with Prisoners' Payoff Configurations Ch. 6: Applying the Theory to the Cases with Other Payoff Configurations Ch. 7: Lessons and Contributions Appendix References Index ABOUT THE AUTHORS LESTER A. ZEAGER, PhD (1987) Economics, University of Pittsburgh, is Professor of Economics and founding Director of the MA in International Studies program at East Carolina University. His recent publications apply game-theoretic tools to refugee negotiations and explore methods for making income comparisons across groups. RICHARD E. ERICSON, PhD (1979) University of California - Berkeley, is Chair and Professor of the Department of Economics at East Carolina University. Dr. Ericson's primary research areas are comparative economic systems, microeconomic theory, and the economics of transition. JOHN H. P. WILLIAMS, PhD (1988) Political Science, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, teaches in the Department of Political Science and the International Studies program at East Carolina University.

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