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Carte Blanche

Author : Jeffery Deaver
ISBN : 9781451629354
Genre : Fiction
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A latest James Bond thriller is set in the present day and finds the iconic British spy engaging a horrific modern villain in a cat-and-mouse chase that takes him from the Balkans and London to the African Continent. Reprint. A New York Times best-seller. 1 million first printing.
Category: Fiction

Carte Blanche

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ISBN : OCLC:1190296513
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Carte Blanche 007

Author : Jeffery Deaver
ISBN : 1594135290
Genre : Fiction
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A James Bond thriller set in the present day finds the British spy engaging a horrific villain in a cat-and-mouse chase that takes him from the Balkans and London to Africa.
Category: Fiction

Carte Blanche

Author : Mike Saad
ISBN : 1732249946
Genre : Fiction
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CHRISTIAN IS IN LONDON, AND SO IS A TERRORIST INTENT ON DESTROYING A WESTERN GOVERNMENT Michael Christian is dispatched to London to investigate a financial crimes case. What he walks into is a plot to finance the next terrorist attack on a historic London venue. As the two cases become intertwined police witnesses are being killed off at an alarming rate. Christian finds his name next on the list, but seems unable to stop the plot to kill him.Solving the company's case becomes an intricate part of helping the Metropolitan Police solve their murder case, drawing him and his new allies, Detective Constable David Marley and MI5 officer Miriam Bishara, deeper into a broader conspiracy. He navigates through English etiquette, political pressure, social customs and British Police procedures to bring his own style of gritty police and security experience to the investigation.Christian and his team race to keep the unthinkable from happening, as The Messenger, who has outsmarted them every step of the way, sits with his thumb on the detonator.
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Carte Blanche

Author : Drew Milne
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020719667
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Carte Blanche

Author : Sedley Proctor
ISBN : 1838178708
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Carte Blanche is a collection of naughty short stories, a series of sly vignettes and comic tableaux, the indulgent companion for idle days by the pool, the longeurs of the airport lounge and the post-industrial metro of the modern world.
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Bob Manders Architecture

Author : Bob Manders
ISBN : 9089895523
Genre : Architecture, Modern
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'I constantly try to look further than the normal eye would see: my minimalistic structures are not
Category: Architecture, Modern

No Carte Blanche

Author : Richard E. Leonard
ISBN : OCLC:1138749278
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A clipping from the Bergen Record (Hackensack, N.J.), dated Sept. 20, 1956, is a letter to the editor by Richard E. Leonard, headlined "No Carte Blanche," in which the writer takes issue with those who claim Dr. Alfred Kinsey's work supports a right to sexual privacy, noting that the work took no notice of the effects of the reported sexual behavior on the subjects or the people around them.
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Carte Blanche

Author : MaryAnn Camilleri
ISBN : UOM:39015067701998
Genre : Photography
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An essential reference tool of 230 of Canada's best contemporary photographers seen in one volume.
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No Carte Blanche To Capricorn

Author : Edouard Le Ghait
ISBN : UOM:39015018637523
Genre : Deterrence (Strategy)
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Belgian diplomat states that present peace systems can lead only to disaster and suggests paths to arms reduction.
Category: Deterrence (Strategy)

Carte Blanche

Author : Kilburg
ISBN : 9798630298454
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A History Of Champagne

Author : Henry Vizetelly
ISBN : UCD:31175035501025
Genre : Champagne (Wine)
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The U S Pivot To Asia

Author : Jannick Hansen
ISBN : 1392720311
Genre : Balance of power
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The paper at hand analyzes if the U.S. Middle East strategy has changed because of an increasing perception of a threat from China. Furthermore, it looks at the resulting implications regarding the status of Saudi Arabia. The hypothesis is that the growing perceived threat from China has been crucial for the U.S. desire for retrenchment in the Middle East, and led to a strategy of external or offshore balancing that has elevated the status of Saudi Arabia in the region, giving it something similar to a carte blanche for its regional actions. The paper attempts to fill gaps in the current literature on this topic, by connecting two regions under a holistic approach. The analysis finds that the U.S. perceives a growing threat from China as the country has narrowed the economic and military disparity between the two and has started to compete with U.S. interests in several areas. This is well described in U.S. national security strategies and other defense-oriented strategy papers that were part of this analysis. In 2008, Barack Obama campaigned on the promise to end America’s wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and stop U.S. overextension in the Middle East. He took measures, like the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, trying to mitigate the Iranian nuclear threat, in order to allow the U.S. to retreat further from this region. Trump had a very different approach, but this analysis found both strategies served the same final goal of allowing the U.S. to reduce its presence in the region. By doubling down on the commitment to regional allies Israel and Saudi Arabia, President Trump attempted to contain Iran and create a balance of power more favorable to the U.S. The research found that this approach may be effective in the short term, but also comes with certain costs and risks. Offshore- balancing aims at supporting allies to balance against a common enemy when internal balancing is not an option. The physical balance of power therefore improves for the alliance as a whole, but not for the offshore balancer by himself. The risk of this approach for the U.S. is obviously a bigger dependence on its empowered allies. As alliances in an anarchic international order tend to change, the U.S. may find itself cut out of the Middle East once its interests no longer align with its current allies. As a result, this paper concludes that Saudi Arabia has indeed gained a significant amount of power and autonomy to use it under the current U.S. strategy.
Category: Balance of power