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The International Story

Author : Ruth Spack
ISBN : 0521657970
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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The International Story is an anthology with guidelines for reading and writing about fiction. Unique to this text is the integration of literary works with detailed guidelines for reading and writing, and for writing an interpretive essay. The Student's Book fosters reflection, creativity, and critical thinking though interactive discussion activities. It emphasizes the connection between reading and writing and between literature and composition.

Instructor S Manual To Accompany The International Story

Author : Ruth Spack
ISBN : 0521657962
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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The International Story is an anthology with guidelines for reading and writing about fiction. The Instructor's Manual provides teaching suggestions, detailed notes, and summaries of the readings in the Student's Book.

The International Story

Author : Ruth Spack
ISBN : 031218431X
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Schools Across Frontiers

Author : Alexander Duncan Campbell Peterson
ISBN : 0812695054
Genre : Education
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The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an internationally recognized diploma that is increasingly offered by schools in America. Schools Across Frontiers is a history of a phenomenon that now encompasses more than 1,200 schools throughout the world -- a great success story in global education. This edition includes two new chapters and an expanded appendix listing every IB school worldwide.

Justice In A Time Of War

Author : Pierre Hazan
ISBN : 1585443778
Genre : History
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Can we achieve justice during war? Should law substitute for realpolitik? Can an international court act against the global community that created it? "Justice in a Time of War" is a translation from the French of the first complete, behind-the-scenes story of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, from its proposal by Balkan journalist Mirko Klarin through recent developments in the trial of Slobodan Miloševic. It is also a meditation on the conflicting intersection of law and politics in achieving justice and peace. With insider interviews filling out every scene, Hazan tells a chaotic story of war that raged while the Western powers cobbled together a tribunal in order to avoid actual intervention. The international lawyers and judges for this rump world court started with nothing-but they ultimately established the tribunal as an unavoidable actor in the Balkans. The West had created the Tribunal in 1993, hoping to threaten international criminals with indictment and thereby force an untenable peace. In 1999, the Tribunal suddenly became useful to NATO countries as a means by which to criminalize Miloševic's regime and to justify military intervention in Kosovo and in Serbia. Ultimately, this hastened the end of Miloševic's rule and led the way to history's first war crimes trial of a former president by an international tribunal. Hazan's account of the Tribunal's formation and evolution questions the contradictory policies of the Western powers and illuminates a cautionary tale for the reader: realizing ideals in a world enamored of realpolitik is a difficult and often haphazard activity.

The International Short Story Anthology

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ISBN : UCAL:$B470339
Genre : Fiction
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The Continuing Story Of The International Space Station

Author : Peter Bond
ISBN : 185233567X
Genre : Science
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Peter Bond describes the development and evolution of space stations, with particular emphasis on the International Space Station, beginning with the revolution that began in 1970, when Salyut 1, the world's first space station was sent into orbit by the Soviet Union. Defeated in the race to the Moon, the Soviets redirected their efforts towards the conquest of near-Earth space. In the next three decades, their increasingly large and sophisticated structures rewrote the history books as cosmonauts continued to push back all space endurance records. Only the U.S. Skylab, a technological cul-de-sac based on surplus Apollo hardware, interrupted this era of Soviet domination. By the mid-1990's, Russian physician Valeri Poliakov had lived continuously for 14 months on board the Mir space station, long enough to travel to Mars and back. The book explains how the human exploitation of low-Earth orbit is about to change. With Mir no longer in existence, all eyes are on the next generation, the International Space Station (ISS).

International Children S Story Bible

Author : Mary Hollingsworth
ISBN : 0849935334
Genre : Bibles
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Children are fascinated by the pictures drawn by their counterparts in other countries. This unique story Bible features 105 Bible stories illustrated by children from around the world. Each illustration is labeled with the artist's name, age and country of origin.

Moscow Dmz The Story Of The International Effort To Convert Russian Weapons Science To Peaceful Purposes

Author : Glenn E. Schweitzer
ISBN : 9781315286075
Genre : Political Science
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As the Soviet Union was collapsing in late 1991, reports began to reach the West about agents "shopping" for weapons systems - and weapons scientists - in the beleaguered Soviet military-industrial complex. In response, the United States, the European Community, and Japan, in cooperation with the Russian government, created a program to reemploy Soviet scientific personnel in civilian projects dealing with the legacy of the Soviet system - a polluted environment, unsafe nuclear power facilities, and economic underdevelopment. In this fascinating first-person account, the American environmental scientist who led the effort to establish the International Science and Technology Center in Moscow tells the diplomatic, scientific, and human story behind a remarkable post-Cold War conversion initiative.

The Story Of The Exposition

Author : Frank Morton Todd
ISBN : UOM:39015027324774
Genre : Panama-Pacific International Exposition
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