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The biggest political changes over the last 50 years.

We believe that the biggest change in the political arena over the last 50 years is the the end of the Cold War between the East and West political powers and the 'termination' of the old Stasi secret police aggression towards their own people. It is overall easier to live in the East block of Europe.
That's what we note!
We hope you agree with us that this change is of major importance in the overall global political power "game".
China has opened up a little now in the far east.
They are becoming an important industry nation at this stage, with huge container goods export numbers.



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The title Encyclopedia of War Crimes and Genocide was chosen for the sake of simplicity and compression, because the book’s scope extends to such topics as crimes against humanity, crimes against peace, and human rights violations. Many of the individuals profiled here —a veritable “rogues’ gallery”—were never formally indicted for war crimes. 593 pages of information.


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POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES AND THE DEMOCRATIC IDEAL - 367 pages - NEW Adobe .pdf file - First Published: December 21, 2013 Publisher: Pearson ISBN: 9780205962556 Authors: TERENCE BALL, Arizona State University RICHARD DAGGER, University of Richmond With the assistance of DANIEL I. O’NEILL, University of Florida


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ENCYCLOPEDIA of WORLD CLIMATOLOGY<br />
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Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense provides complete coverage of bioterrorism and defense against it, spanning scientific, technological, clinical, legal, historical, and political aspects. The topics cover the most recent developments and thinking on biodefense, biosecurity, terrorism, science, and policy. In addition, the Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense provides an up-to-date overview of U.S. federal biodefense efforts, including explanations of all of the relevant agencies and missions, research agendas, legislation, and regulations. Authoritative resource for scientists, policymakers, and journalists.
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Every politician need to dress properly in align with the formalities following public work duties. Here's some help.
How a politician shall dress guide.
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'Encyclopedia of the CIA' is a directory that contains information about the purpose and structure of the various secret services of the world, the intelligence terminology, operations carried out by the Central Intelligence Agency, biographies of famous spies (including Soviet Kim Philby, Rudolf Abel, etc.). Reference illustrated diagrams and photographs. It is of interest for those interested in the history of intelligence.


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The very word Hinduism is misleading. The word was coined by the British as an umbrella term, referring to any and all forms of religion in India, many of which share few if any common features. It was used to describe all sorts of beliefs and practices, from simple nature worship to the most highly sophisticated ritual and philosophical systems. Hinduism is a vast religious tradition, encompassing various and contradictory strands and ideas. It has usually defied all the usual strategies for categorization and classification. There is no founder, no definitive scripture, no centralized authority, no single supreme god, no creed of essential beliefs, and no heresy. Thus, it would be more accurate to think of the religion as Hinduisms rather than Hinduism, since this would reflect the rich diversity one encounters.


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The Routledge Dictionary of Politics
Now in its third edition, this dictionary is the essential guide to politics; its terminologies, ideologies & institutions. Fully revised and expanded, it includes authoritative and up-to-date information that is invaluable to anyone concerned with politics or current affairs. It provides: • Well over 500 extensive definitions • An understanding of the basics of political thought and theory • Clear, no-nonsense coverage of complex ideologies and dogmas • Succinct definitions of highly specialised and technical terms • Coverage of latest emerginig ideas and terminologies within political thought David Robertson is Professor of Politics at the University of Oxford and Fellow of St Hugh’s College, Oxford..


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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF INVASIONS AND CONQUESTS #Read about things (wars) as:
• SOVIET INVASION OF GERMANY
• U.S. INVASION OF GRENADA
• ALLIED INVASION OF ITALY
• IRAQI INVASION OF KUWAIT
• US/COALITION INVASION OF IRAQ
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Because human beings are animals, this book could have been expanded to include the horrible abuse and torture to which we subject other humans; theoretically, there could be a whole section on human rights. But that is not the purpose of the editor. This encyclopedia is concerned with the essential dignity of the wondrous nonhuman beings with whom we share this planet, and our human responsibilities toward them. These are the beings known in common balance as animals, which is how I shall refer to them here. Library book is 728 pages.

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This library book counts to 1680 pages.
Authors include employed staff at Christies, London.
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Book contains 917 pages.




This library book = 302 pages.




Book contains 721 pages. Threats to freedom of expression are evident throughout the nations of the world, induced by governments and individuals. The intensity varies from country to country, as do the nature and purposes of the acts of censorship. The decade of the 1990s, the central focus of this revised edition (although updating of entries encompasses from about 1988 to 2004), has been politically turbulent: the insurgency in South Africa against apartheid, collapsing the Afrikaner government; the dismantling of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the Communist regime of Yugoslavia; the toppling of dictatorships in Africa, Asia, and South America—Abacha in Nigeria, Marcos in the Philippines, Suharto in Indonesia, and Pinochet in Chile, among others; and the military coup d’état of an elected government in Pakistan. Jonathon Green’s perspicacious comment toward the end of his “Introduction” to the first edition—“I can survey a world as much in turmoil as ever”—continues to be appropriate. In contrast, democratic institutions have emerged or are more practiced in such nations as Brazil, Czech Republic, Hungary, South Africa, South Korea, and Turkey. However, a censoring mentality and its concomitant stifling effects negate efforts to achieve full freedom of expression in many of these nations.




This library book contains 1300 pages with a lot of photos.









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