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Sin Perdon Acquiescence With Murder Volume 1

Author : David R. Stevens
ISBN : 9781434380944
Genre : History
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Gives some basic techniques to be used in sales and some life situations. Basics needed to more understand advanced courses
Category: History

Rethinking Neo Institutional Statebuilding

Author : Peter Finkenbusch
ISBN : 9781315402734
Genre : Political Science
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This book examines how neo-institutional statebuilding undercuts international policy agency. Post-Cold War interventions are marked by a peculiar paradox. From peace and statebuilding projects in war-shattered societies to World Bank development programmes in Africa, the scope of external regulation has grown consistently while international policymakers are finding it increasingly difficult to formulate a political project regarding the Global South. This book seeks to make sense of a contradictory situation in which international policymakers are doing more statebuilding than ever while knowing less about it. The study argues that the crisis of international agency is driven by the demise of reductionist liberal-universal knowledge. It critically explores neo-institutionalism as a dominant policy framework, bringing out how the failure of intervention paves the way for more comprehensive, context-sensitive and bottom-up engagement. As a precondition and side-effect of this expansive process, reductionist liberal-universal knowledge is deconstructed. Paradoxically, the more policymakers learn within a neo-institutional frame of reference, the less they positively know. Without this epistemic foundation, it becomes difficult to act purposively in the world and formulate instrumental policy. The study illustrates these conceptual insights with reference to the Merida Initiative, a U.S.-Mexican security agreement signed in 2007. Rethinking Neo-Institutional Statebuilding will be of much interest to students of statebuilding, international intervention, peace and conflict studies, Latin American politics and IR in general.
Category: Political Science

Am Rica Latina Nuevas Relaciones Hemisf Ricas E Integraci N

Author : Darío Salinas Figueredo
ISBN : 9786074174533
Genre : Political Science
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Esta obra busca comprender los procesos políticos actuales de América Latina. Se estudia la relación geopolítica post-guerra fría y las reformulaciones de las políticas de Estados Unidos hacia la región; también se analiza la relación con Rusia y China, y cierra en los procesos de integración, desarrollo y problemática en la globalización capitalista.
Category: Political Science

The Diplomatic Record 1989 1990

Author : David D Newsom
ISBN : 9781000315943
Genre : Political Science
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This book presents essays on recently concluded diplomatic negotiations both by practitioners involved in the action and by scholars who have combined research with detailed discussions with the participants, providing a review of developments in the governance of diplomacy.
Category: Political Science

United States Latin American Relations 1850 1903

Author : Thomas M. Leonard
ISBN : 9780817358235
Genre : History
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United StatesLatin American Relations, 18501903 is a collection of essays that provide an in-depth analysis of the developing relationship between the Americas during the critical period from the Mexican War to the Panama Canal treaty of 1903.
Category: History

Diplomatic Asylum

Author : Carroll Neale Ronning
ISBN : 9789401190329
Genre : Political Science
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The legal status of the institution of diplomatic asylum really presents two separate questions. (I) Is there evidence that states have regarded the practice of granting such asylum to political refugees as sanctioned by a rule of international law? (2) Assuming this to be the case, does the available evidence make it possible to define a "political refugee" and to determine which party to a dispute has the right to decide upon this question? While in many cases the two questions are not dearly separated in the discussions between the parties involved, they will be treated separately in the following pages. Part one will attempt to answer this question: Assuming the political nature of an offence can be establish ed, is there evidence that states have regarded the practice of granting diplomatic asylum as sanctioned by a rule of international law? Obviously, the two questions cannot be separated entirely but it seems advisable to try to isolate them as much as possible. CHAPTER I NATURE AND SCOPE OF THE PROBLEM The term "asylum" is used to identify such a variety of phenomena that the following distinctions must be made before the problem can be properly discussed I. Between diplomatic and territorial asylum. The importance of this distinction was pointed out by the International Court of Justice in the Colombian-Peruvian Asylum Case,l often referred to as the Haya de la Torre Case.
Category: Political Science