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Condemned To Repeat It

Author : Wick Allison
ISBN : UOM:39015050514333
Genre : Business & Economics
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A collection of stories drawn from courts and cabinets where world-changing decisions have been made and applies them to today's business world
Category: Business & Economics

Condemned To Repeat

Author : Fiona Terry
ISBN : 9780801468636
Genre : Political Science
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Humanitarian groups have failed, Fiona Terry believes, to face up to the core paradox of their activity: humanitarian action aims to alleviate suffering, but by inadvertently sustaining conflict it potentially prolongs suffering. In Condemned to Repeat?, Terry examines the side-effects of intervention by aid organizations and points out the need to acknowledge the political consequences of the choice to give aid. The author makes the controversial claim that aid agencies act as though the initial decision to supply aid satisfies any need for ethical discussion and are often blind to the moral quandaries of aid. Terry focuses on four historically relevant cases: Rwandan camps in Zaire, Afghan camps in Pakistan, Salvadoran and Nicaraguan camps in Honduras, and Cambodian camps in Thailand. Terry was the head of the French section of Medecins sans frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) when it withdrew from the Rwandan refugee camps in Zaire because aid intended for refugees actually strengthened those responsible for perpetrating genocide. This book contains documents from the former Rwandan army and government that were found in the refugee camps after they were attacked in late 1996. This material illustrates how combatants manipulate humanitarian action to their benefit. Condemned to Repeat? makes clear that the paradox of aid demands immediate attention by organizations and governments around the world. The author stresses that, if international agencies are to meet the needs of populations in crisis, their organizational behavior must adjust to the wider political and socioeconomic contexts in which aid occurs.
Category: Political Science

Condemned To Repeat It

Author : Sheldon R. Anderson
ISBN : UOM:39015074058549
Genre : Political Science
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Condemned to Repeat It examines the historical myths that underwrote U.S. containment policy during the Cold War. Anderson argues that the historical record does not support the applicability of "lessons" learned from nineteenth-century great power diplomacy, peacemaking at the end of World War One, the Munich Agreement, and the Yalta Conference.
Category: Political Science

The Life Of Reason

Author : George Santayana
ISBN : 9781504044417
Genre : Philosophy
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George Santayana’s renowned work of moral philosophy outlines his vision of the ideal life. Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. George Santayana’s The Life of Reason stands as one of the most influential and beautifully written works of philosophical naturalism. In it, Santayana articulates his vision of human progression from chaos to reason and the pursuit of the ideal life. Focusing his thought on the lived experiences of people, these phases are traced through humanity’s many endeavors, including art, science, politics, religion, friendship, and reason. Drawing on a range of influences, from Democritus and Aristotle to Spinoza and Schopenhauer, Santayana develops a materialist system of thought that stresses the importance of imagination and spiritual experience. Originally published in five volumes, from 1905 to 1906, The Life of Reason is Santayana’s most complete statement of moral philosophy and an inspiring account of human dignity. This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.
Category: Philosophy

Political Campaign Stamps

Author : Mark Warda
ISBN : 0873416163
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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Designed for philatelic and political memorabilia dealers and collectors, Political Campaign Stamps is the first comprehensive catalogue of political campaign stamps, seals, and labels ever published. Featuring every political non-postage stamps known to the author after more than ten years of research, this impressive volume includes: stamps from 1856 to the present; thousands of listings and current market values; more than 2500 photos including more than 100 in colour; causes such as Prohibition, woman suffrage, Buy American, taxes, war and peace, presidential campaigns, and the Great Depression. Political Campaign Stamps is an accurate historical record of the ephemera from America's rich political past and present.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Forced Migration And Global Processes

Author : International Association for the Study of Forced Migration. International Conference
ISBN : 0739112759
Genre : Political Science
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Papers presented at the 8th Biennial International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Forced Migration (IASFM), held in January 2003 in Chiang Mai, Thailand in cooperation with the Asian Research Centre for Migration, Chulalongkorn University
Category: Political Science

Bitterkomix A South African Comic As An Indigenous Ethnography

Author : Anne-Line Hannesen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131689767
Genre : Social Science
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By means of a South African comic - Bitterkomix - this study deals with two current debates in Cultural Anthropology: Visual Culture and Indigenous Ethnography. Bitterkomix is a comic anthology which criticises and subverts the Afrikaans culture from within. The main contributors - Afrikaner themselves - do so mostly in the fields of sexuality, racism, religious and cultural bigotry and the use of Afrikaans as the ideological and psychological connection of the Boers. In Visual Culture the producer and the recipient are in close correlation, therefore the editors are looked at as such - recipients and producers of comics and thereby culture. Their ethnographic comics about childhood, sexuality, conscription and identity through language are treated as a self-reflecting project, and so this book is able to contribute in an extraordinary way as an indigenous ethnography of the Boers.
Category: Social Science

Aids And The Public Debate

Author : Caroline Hannaway
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018412333
Genre : AIDS (Disease)
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Category: AIDS (Disease)


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ISBN : UCSC:32106011887608
Genre : Business
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A Little Knowledge

Author : Michael Macrone
ISBN : IND:30000092833064
Genre : Humanities
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"Why did Archimedes jump from his bath and run naked through the streets shouting 'Eureka!'? What is a quantum and where does it leap? Do you know your id from your ego? Does God play dice? his books answers all those questions and more, taking the revolutionary and perplexing ideas of Western thought and extracting their essence. From Greek philosophy to contemporary economics, physics and architecture, A Little Knowledge covers some of the most often heard but least understood theories and explains them simply and entertainingly, including: Existentialism The Oedipus Complex Original Sin 'I think, therefore I am' Fuzzy Logic The Big Bang 'Religion is the Opium of the People'
Category: Humanities

De Gaulle And Europe

Author : Andrew Moravcsik
ISBN : STANFORD:36105073040565
Genre : Europe
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The Three Banks Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015035953473
Genre : Economics
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Category: Economics

The New Yorker

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105007059855
Genre : American wit and humor, Pictorial
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Category: American wit and humor, Pictorial

Life Once More

Author : Jennifer Allen
ISBN : UOM:39015062814309
Genre : Art
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Edited by Sven Lutticken. Essays by Sven Lutticken, Jennifer Allen and Peggy Phelan.
Category: Art


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ISBN : PSU:000066474135
Genre : Christian sociology
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Category: Christian sociology


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105132703203
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature