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L Engrenage Insidieux

Author : Marine Océan-Lepage
ISBN : 9781291134841
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Jean Paul Sartre

Author : Robert Wilcocks
ISBN : 0888640129
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A large, comprehensive compilation of journalism and international criticism of the works and activities of Jean-Paul Sartre. The work covers Sartre's stormy career from 1937 to 1975, containing nearly 700,000 entries and over 3,200 authors.
Category: Literary Criticism

L Engrenage De La Libert

Author : Nelly Schmidt
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017398061
Genre : Social Science
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The World And Yugoslavia S Wars

Author : Richard Henry Ullman
ISBN : 0876091915
Genre : Political Science
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All of the wars that have wracked the former Yugoslavia since 1991 involved outside powers. Those outsiders--notably, the United States, the leading members of the European Union, and Russia--did not prevent the forces of ethnic nationalism from destroying a once relatively stable and productive country. Not until late 1995 did outside powers induce representatives of the three warring parties to sign an agreement finally ending the savage war over the future of the former Yugoslav republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The nature, scope, and meaning of the actions and inactions of outsiders is the subject of this book. Why did the victors in the Cold War and the 1991 Gulf War not act to stop the slaughter? Will the fissures in the Western alliance induced by the war in Bosnia corrode still further the relationships among the alliance's principal members? Will they widen the gap between Russia and the West? What can outside powers do now to help heal the terrible wounds caused by Yugoslavia's wars? What are the prospects for the agreement the three sides initialed at Dayton, Ohio? These are among the questions addressed by the nine specialists on international relations who have contributed to this book. Besides the editor, the contributors include Thomas Weiss of Brown University, Stanley Hoffmann of Harvard, David C. Gompert of the RAND Corporation, Paul A. Goble of the Potomac Foundation, Richard Sobel of Princeton, Jean E. Manas of JP Morgan, Inc., and Abram and Antonia Handler Chayes, both of Harvard. " Hoffmann's chapter is the best analysis that I have seen of the European performance." Anthony Lewis in The New Republic
Category: Political Science