1Migration and minorities in austria1Migration and minorities in austria
Austria. To the former belong the following groups: Slovenes in Carinthia, Croats in Burgenland, Hungarians in Burgenland and Vienna, Roma and Sinti, Czechs and Slovaks in Vienna
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What justice after war ? Elements for a theory of transitional justiceWhat justice after war ? Elements for a theory of transitional justice
Toute reproduction et rediffusion de nos fichiers est interdite, même avec la mention de leur provenance, sans l’autorisation formelle, écrite, du fondateur des Classiques des sciences sociales, Jean-Marie Tremblay, sociologue
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A strategic sign The Geopolotical Significance of \"Bosnia\" in U. S. Foreign PolicyA strategic sign The Geopolotical Significance of "Bosnia" in U. S. Foreign Policy
The paper considers the role of the media in helping generate Bosnia as a "strategic sign," arguing that the videocameralistics of the media play an important role in conditioning the practices of foreign policy
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Sources of Humanitarian Intervention: Beliefs, Information, and Advocacy in the U. S. Decisions on Somalia and Bosnia Jon WesternSources of Humanitarian Intervention: Beliefs, Information, and Advocacy in the U. S. Decisions on Somalia and Bosnia Jon Western
Somalia by announcing, “If you think U. S. forces are needed, we can do the job.”1 Four days later President George Bush decided U. S. forces were needed. On December 9, 1992, 1,300 U. S. Marines forces landed in Mogadishu
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Introduction: side by side: women, peace and securityIntroduction: side by side: women, peace and security
Women make up 50 per cent of the population, how can you possibly attempt to create and maintain international peace and security when you’re excluding 50% of the population?”
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Lesson Plan 408 ObjectivesLesson Plan 408 Objectives
Nato, such as the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine, the Berlin airlift, and Churchill's coinage of the term iron curtain; and
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Accountability Without Hypocrisy: Consistent Standards, Honest HistoryAccountability Without Hypocrisy: Consistent Standards, Honest History
This paper is an edited version of a talk I gave at a symposium discussing responses to rogue states. My assigned topic was the use of civil litigation as a means of holding such states accountable for their human rights abuses
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The role of europe in international affairs and the democratic challengeThe role of europe in international affairs and the democratic challenge
Gdr counterpart just across the border always in sight, it seemed that Europe, after so many years of ideological separation, was now on its way to a happy future without major violent conflicts
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Alex Conte I. IntroductionAlex Conte I. Introduction
Iraq: that there existed an implied authority from United Nations Security Council resolutions to use force against Iraq. This will form the basis of analysis within this article
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International criminal lawInternational criminal law
Working towards this end the Women's Caucus for Gender Justice met with significant opposition. It persisted because of the imperative that sexual violence be seen as part of already recognized forms of violence
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An introduction to islamAn introduction to islam
Islam is not just one component of its believers' lives, a set of beliefs remembered on special occasions. Rather, for the devout, it is a way of life. Its tenets and rules permeate almost everything
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Chapter 7: Ethnicity Learning ObjectivesChapter 7: Ethnicity Learning Objectives
Note the distribution of African Americans and the factors influencing its development
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Ethnic cleansing overviewEthnic cleansing overview
Turkish massacre of Armenians during World War I; the Nazi Holocaust’s annihilation of some six million European Jews; and the forced displacement and mass killings carried out in the former Yugoslavia and the African country of Rwanda during
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Understanding FederalismUnderstanding Federalism
A state that follows the federal system is known as a federation. Examples of federal systems include the governments of the United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, Malaysia
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The German Problem Transformed: Institutions, Politics, and Foreign Policy, 1945-1995The German Problem Transformed: Institutions, Politics, and Foreign Policy, 1945-1995
Thomas Banchoff, The German Problem Transformed: Institutions, Politics, and Foreign Policy, 1945-1995. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999. 232 pp. $47. 50
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