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The Alliance For Progress

Author : Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America. International Dept
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173024201883
Genre : Economic assistance, America
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Category: Economic assistance, America

Survey Of The Alliance For Progress

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on American Republics Affairs
ISBN : LOC:00183849463
Genre : Economic assistance, American
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Category: Economic assistance, American

The Alliance

Author : Reid Hoffman
ISBN : 9781625275776
Genre : Business & Economics
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Arguing that today's dynamic business environments have irrevocably transformed the employer-employee relationship, a guide for managers outlines win-win strategies that promote trust between workers and management through flexible, alliance-based working agreements. 100,000 first printing.
Category: Business & Economics

The Alliance

Author : Chrystine Kern
ISBN : 9781598869835
Genre : Fantasy fiction
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The young, recently orphaned Elwyn Elenthea must now take her mother's place as Queen of Faerie, but when disaster threatens her people and their way of life, her inexperience could be fatal for them all. In their new fantasy novel, The Alliance, authors Rachel DiDomenico, Chrystine Kern, Samantha Ward and Michele Yardumian launch the adventures of the Faeltheon, an ancient race of Faeries and Elves whose very existence is threatened by their dreadful enemies. Though Elwyn's friends and advisors join with her to try to avert tragedy, their heroic efforts will not be enough without the legendary Master of Marliondolen. When their enemies band together, determined to destroy the Faeltheon, there ensues a battle of wits and faith to survive that deadly Alliance. But, as the sands of time run out, even the wisest among them cannot answer the essential questions: who is to be the Master of Marliondolen, and what exactly must he do?
Category: Fantasy fiction

Alliance Politics

Author : Glenn Herald Snyder
ISBN : 0801484286
Genre : Political Science
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Glenn H. Snyder creates a theory of alliances by deductive reasoning about the international system, by integrating ideas from neorealism, coalition formation, bargaining, and game theory, and by empirical generalization from international history. Using cases from 1879 to 1914 to present a theory of alliance formation and management in a multipolar international system, he focuses particularly on three cases--Austria-Germany, Austria-Germany-Russia, and France-Russia--and examines twenty-two episodes of intra-alliance bargaining. Snyder develops the concept of the alliance security dilemma as a vehicle for examining influence relations between allies. He draws parallels between alliance and adversary bargaining and shows how the two intersect. He assesses the role of alliance norms and the interplay of concerts and alliances.His great achievement in Alliance Politics is to have crafted definitive scholarly insights in a way that is useful and interesting not only to the specialist in security affairs but also to any reasonably informed person trying to understand world affairs.
Category: Political Science

The Alliance

Author : Jolina Petersheim
ISBN : 9781496414502
Genre : Fiction
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2017 Christy Award finalist (Visionary category) When Leora Ebersole sees the small plane crash in her Old Order Mennonite community, she has no idea it’s a foreshadowing of things to come. When the young pilot, Moses Hughes, regains consciousness, they realize his instruments were destroyed by the same power outage that killed the electricity at the community store, where Englischers are stranded with dead cell phones and cars that won’t start. Moses offers a sobering theory, but no one can know how drastically life is about to change. With the only self-sustaining food supply in the region, the Pacifist community is forced to forge an alliance with the handful of stranded Englischers in an effort to protect not only the food but their very lives. In the weeks that follow, Leora, Moses, and the community will be tested as never before, requiring them to make decisions they never thought possible. Whom will they help and whom will they turn away? When the community receives news of a new threat, everyone must decide how far they’re willing to go to protect their beliefs and way of life.
Category: Fiction

The Alliance

Author : Sarah Anne Sumpolec
ISBN : 0802464521
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Beka returns to school with a newfound faith, which is put to the test when play rehearsals bring her close to Gretchen, who is becoming involved in the occult and launches a smear campaign against Beka's Christian friend, Lori.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Alliance For Progress

Author : Teodoro Moscoso
ISBN : UTEXAS:059173000527490
Genre : Latin America
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Category: Latin America

The Alliance Road To Independence Um Press

Author : Joseph M. Fernando
ISBN : 9789831009079
Genre : History
File Size : 53.38 MB
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This book provides the first detailed historical account of the struggle for independence in Malaysia. Using mainly primary archival sources from London and Malaysia, including recently declassified official documents from the Colonial Office, the author traces the central role of the Alliance Party in Malaya’s struggle for independence in the 1950s. The Alliance Road to Independence describes how a group of leaders from diverse ethnic and political backgrounds forge a common political platform to demand independence from the British. When the British administration refused to meet their demands, the Alliance launched a campaign of non-violent protest and actions which led to British acceptance of their demands. This book reveals that the country’s independence was not given on a silver platter by the British as some earlier writings suggest but rather it was the result of a concerted and sustained political struggle pursued by the Alliance Party which represented all the main races in the country. Independence was indeed the fruit of the shared efforts of all the communities. This book is essential reading for anyone who wishes to have a deeper understanding of the history of the independence struggle in Malaysia.
Category: History

Malaya The Alliance Route To Independence 1953 1957

Author : A. J. Stockwell
ISBN : UCLA:L0097039853
Genre : Political Science
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Drawing on source material from official British archives held at the Public Record Office, this three-part volume documents the course of Anglo-Malayan relations from the fall of Singapore in February 1942 to the achievement of Malayan independence in August 1957.
Category: Political Science

The Alliance Of Divine Offices Exhibiting All The Liturgies Of The Church Of England Since The Reformation As Also The Late Scotch Service Book With All Their Respective Variations And Upon Them All Annotations Vindicating The Book Of Common Prayer From The Objections Of Its Adversaries Etc To This Is Added The Order Of The Communion Set Forth 2 Edward 6

Author : Hamon L'ESTRANGE (the Elder.)
ISBN : BL:A0017073179
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The Alliance Revolution

Author : Benjamin Gomes-Casseres
ISBN : 0674016475
Genre : Business & Economics
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More than we ever anticipated, alliances among firms are changing the way business is conducted, particularly in the global, high-technology sector. The reasons are clear: companies must increasingly pool their capabilities to succeed in ever more complex and rapidly changing businesses. But the consequences for managers and for the economy have so far been underestimated. In this new book, Benjamin Gomes-Casseres presents the first in-depth account of the new world of business alliances and shows how collaboration has become part of the very fabric of modern competition. Alliances, he argues, create new units of competition that do battle with one another and with traditional single firms. The flexible capabilities of these multi-firm constellations give them advantages over single firms in certain contexts, offsetting the advantage of a single firm's unified control. When managed effectively, alliances can strengthen a firm's competitive advantage and narrow the gap between leading firms and second-tier players. This often results in intensified rivalry, and the competition within an industry is transformed. Alliances often spread swiftly through an industry as firms jockey for advantage. Yet the very spread of alliances increases their costs and poses new limits on their use. Gomes-Casseres concludes that firms need to manage their constellations to enhance collaboration within their groups, while raising what he calls "barriers to collaboration" for rivals. These ideas are developed and illustrated through original case studies of alliances among U.S., Japanese, and European firms in electronics and computers, including Xerox, IBM, and Fujitsu as well as other small and large companies. The book should be of interest to business academics, managers, and general readers concerned with contemporary capitalism.
Category: Business & Economics

The Alliance Review

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105021799460
Genre : Jews
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Category: Jews