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The End Of The Soviet Empire

Author : Hélène Carrère d'Encausse
ISBN : UOM:39015029713156
Genre : History
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Shows how the rise of nationalism in the former republics reduced the Communist Party's power and led inevitably to the revolution of 1991

The Shaking Of The Nations Subservient To The Triumph Of Christianity Being The Substance Of Two Discourses

Author : Benjamin Samuel HOLLIS
ISBN : BL:A0021614916
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Lincoln And The Triumph Of The Nation

Author : Mark E. Neely
ISBN : 9780807835180
Genre : History
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The Civil War placed the U.S. Constitution under unprecedented--and, to this day, still unmatched--strain. Neely examines for the first time in one book the U.S. Constitution and its often overlooked cousin, the Confederate Constitution, and the ways the documents shaped the struggle for national survival.

Triumph Of Self Determination

Author : John R. Ballard
ISBN : 0313348413
Genre : History
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The United Nations effort in East Timor was precedent-setting in its use of a regional power to affect a UN mandate leading to the independence of a new nation. It also confirmed the utility of a regional coalition response in Southeast Asia and demonstrated the unique influence the modern United Nations could exert on the world scene. The intervention in East Timor also set a standard for the successful resolution of problems plaguing so many other regions of the globe because, in East Timor, the UN followed one of its most effective military interventions with a highly successful post-hostil.

United Nations In Its Second Half Century

Author : Moeen Qureshi
ISBN : 0788171305
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A report of the Independent Working Group on the Future of the U.N., convened by the Ford Foundation in 1993. The group sought to make a clear statement about the need to enhance and realign the U.N. Discusses the challenges to humanity at century's end, the future U.N. system, strengthening the U.N. for its second half-century, reaching the common goal, and a summary of principal recommendations. Points for strengthening the U.N. include providing security from the scourge of violence, improving global economic conditions, protecting the social fabric, and leadership, organization and resources.

From Torture To Triumph The Lost Legend Of A Man Who Opened America Guillaume Couture

Author : Michael Fenn
ISBN : 9781483432632
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Ambushed in the wilderness along with French missionaries, this early pioneer in America survived torture and captivity to become an esteemed advisor to the much-feared Mohawks and other Iroquois nations. Guillaume Couture’s remarkable life shows how fate, adaptability and courage can influence the course of history. His life story teaches us some very contemporary lessons about the power of faith, experience and openness to other cultures. From centuries-old source documents, Michael Fenn has pieced together the remarkable story of a young carpenter’s rise from obscurity to influence in 17th America – revealing the forgotten saga of an ancestor of thousands of Americans and Canadians.

Towards Triumph

Author : United Nations. General Assembly. Delegation from the Republic of Korea
ISBN : UCAL:$B46670
Genre : Korean War, 1950-1953
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The Triumph Of Practicality

Author : Stella R. Quah
ISBN : 9789813035195
Genre : Anthropologie médicale - Asie
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The Triumph Tragedy Of Lyndon Johnson

Author : Joseph A. Califano
ISBN : 9781476798790
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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One of “Five Best Books about Wartime Presidents”—Michael Bechloss, The Wall Street Journal From Lyndon Johnson’s closest domestic adviser during the White House years comes a book in which “Johnson leaps out of the pages in all his raw and earthy glory” (The New York Times Book Review) that’s been called “a joy to read” (Stephen Ambrose, The Washington Post Book World). And now, a new introductory essay brings the reader up to date on Johnson’s impact on America today. Califano takes us into the Oval Office as the decisions that irrevocably changed the United States were being crafted to create Johnson’s ambitious Great Society. He shows us LBJ’s commitment to economic and social revolution, and his willingness to do whatever it took to achieve his goals. Califano uncorks LBJ’s legislative genius and reveals the political guile it took to pass the laws in civil rights, poverty, immigration reform, health, education, environmental protection, consumer protection, the arts, and communications. President Lyndon Johnson was bigger than life—and no one who worked for him or was subjected to the “Johnson treatment” ever forgot it. As Johnson’s “Deputy President of Domestic Affairs” (The New York Times), Joseph A. Califano’s unique relationship with the president greatly enriches our understanding of our thirty-sixth president, whose historical significance continues to be felt throughout every corner of America to this day. A no-holds-barred account of Johnson’s presidency, The Triumph & Tragedy of Lyndon Johnson is an intimate portrait of a President whose towering ambition for his country and himself reshaped America—and ultimately led to his decision to withdraw from the political arena in which he fought so hard.

American Trade Politics And The Triumph Of Globalism

Author : Orin Kirshner
ISBN : 9781317804123
Genre : Political Science
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A deep and unresolved tension exists within American trade politics between the nation’s promotion of an open world trading system and the operations of its democratic domestic political regime. Whereas most scholarly attention has focused on how domestic politics has interfered with the United States’ global economic leadership, Orin Kirshner offers here an analysis of the ways in which U.S. leadership in the arena of global trade has affected American democracy and the domestic political regime. By participating in multilateral trade agreements, the U.S. Congress has transferred its trade policymaking authority to the president and, through international trade negotiations, from the American state to the GATT/WTO regime. This reorganization of policymaking authority has resulted in the "triumph of globalism," and fundamentally alters the citizen-state relationship assumed in democratic theory. Kirshner illustrates this process through four case studies: The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act of 1945, The Trade Expansion Act of 1962, The Trade Act of 1974, The Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988, and further examines the impact of the Uruguay Round Agreements Act of 1994 on the political and institutional structure of American trade politics up to the current period. American Trade Politics and the Triumph of Globalism makes a significant contribution to the study of both international trade and domestic American politics. This is essential reading for students and scholars of trade policy, international political economy, American politics, and democratic theory.

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