• Types of War
    adopt a certain pattern of behaviour against his wishes. US air attack on Col Qaddafi’s residence in 1986 and American cruise missile attack against Afghanistan in 1998 are the examples of coercion by use of measured force. While, Indian “Operation Parakrama” in 2001-2 against Pakistan was coercion by threat...
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  • Week 4 Eth Paper
    or Japanese but most people do not think of other countries such as Afghanistan which is a part of west Asia and I believe people do not put two and two together because someone who is from the Philippines and someone from Afghanistan look different, rather than someone from China and Japan who share...
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  • Criminal Justice
    is listed under the exclusion list from the U.S Government and it is one of the big supporters of non-peace around the world. It was founded in Afghanistan by Adil Zamil Abdull Mohssin Al Zamil and Abdul Aziz al-Mastrafi and Samar Khand these are some of the founders of this organization that has been...
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  • International Terrorism - the World's Greatest Challenge Today?
    terroristic. They especially focus on radical Islamic terror groups, such as the Al-Qaida. Today the war on terrorism goes on in countries such as Afghanistan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Iraq, and Israel. Many human rights organizations have criticized the war on terrorism because they think it in many cases can...
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  • Eve Ensler
    VE ENSLER. She is the women who introduced the VDAY to the Philippines. She’s a feminist, activist, and an honoured lady that is highly concerned on women’s right.  She’s an author of cult Vagina EMonologues: irreverent, passionate. Women and men biologically are different. Ultimately, men and women...
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  • Al-Qaeda: the Center of Radical Islam
    stands for “The Base”, referring to the original training camp established to train Islamic resistance fighters against invading Soviet troops in Afghanistan during the 1980s. The terrorist group harbors an estimated 3000 members. The goal of Al-Qaeda is to establish a worldwide Islamic dominance by working...
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  • Analisis Faktor Mempengaruhi Join Website Ini
    c9-c10. MTB > name c9 'FACT1' C10 'FACT2' MTB > PRINT C1 C9 C10 |Nomer |COUNTRY |FACT1 |FACT2 | |1 |Afghanistan |-1.80314 |-1.21553 | |2 |Bangladesh |-1.16613 |-0.83735 | |3 |Cambodia |-1.34366...
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  • Ap Us History Review
    OPEC oil embargo, 1973 234. Nixon resigned, 1974 235. Panama Canal Treaty, 1977 236. Camp David Accords, 1979 237. Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan, 1979 238. Iranian hostage crisis, 1979-81 239. Reaganomics began, 1981 31 240. Beirut embassy bombed, 1983 241. Invasion of Grenada...
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  • Philippine Society
    welcome. PART II: GEOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS OF PHILIPPINES CULTURE THIS VERY BEAUTIFUL PEARL OF THE ORIENT -the Philippines is one of nature’s glories -1898, Mabini thought that that the US wanted to covet the Philippines because of the richness of its physical resources and its potential...
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  • lecture notes world politics
    VOCABULARY OF LIBERAL ANALYSIS Reading: FLS Chapter 2, Understanding Interests, Interactions and Institutions FLS CH.2 Concentrate on Bargaining vs. cooperation Public goods (peace in international politics, health care in local, everyone needs it but hard to find people to pay=collective action...
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  • Dbq on Al Qaeda
    Kahane. November 4, 1991: Al-Qaeda Linked Assassination Attempt on Exiled King of Afghanistan Zahir Shah. [Source: Associated Press]An assailant posing as a Portuguese journalist stabs Zahir Shah, the former king of Afghanistan, in his home in exile in Rome. Dec. 29, 1992 In the first al-Qaida attack...
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  • GEOGRAPHY Disparities.
    UAE. Medium IMR: Northern SA and most of Asia, Central America and Northern/Southern Africa. High IMR: Central Africa, West Africa, Somalia and Afghanistan. Is there a relationship between them? Possibly: GNI per capita with Life expectancy: GNI per capita will allow citizens to afford medical and...
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  • Yamuna
    India is a vast country blessed with perennial rivers and seasonal rivers. I just shudder to think of the geography of a country like the Philippines which consists simply of islands, more than one thousand of them! Our perennial rivers like Ganga and Yamuna have a lofty birth, in the great heights...
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  • Essays
    anti-Islam film Report by Drieza Lininding, Marawi City Marawi City, September 17, 2012 –  The Bangsamoro people from Mindanao, South of the Philippines, joined the worldwide protest from Benghazi (Libya), Cairo (Egypt),Tehran (Iran), Sana’a (Yemen) to other parts of the world against the people behind...
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  • spratlys island dispute
    ellentordesillas.com/2014/03/30/is-the-philippines-ready-for-chinas-retaliation/ Possible future if Scarborough Shoal issue: Should the Philippines go to war against China? If china attacks the philippines what will happen? Why shouldn't the philippines give up its claims for scarborough shoal...
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  • No Pain No Gain
    specific example of a peremptory norm of general international law in ‘Torture and emergency powers under the European Convention of Human Rights: Ireland vs. United Kingdom’, American Journal of International Law 71: 4, 1977, p. 687. 126 No pain, no gain? Torture and ethics in the war on terror ‘no...
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  • Origins of the Cold War
    Overview - Stemmed from mistrust among one another - Had common enemy during WWII - Conflict between the US and USSR - Differing ideologies (communism vs. capitalism) - No physical conflict, only verbal disagreements and competition (weapons, science) - Sought allies in Africa, Asia and Latin America...
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  • Tan Chong vs. Secretary of Labor
    Tan Chong vs. Secretary of Labor Swee Sang vs. The Commonwealth of the Philippines September 16, 1947 Jose Tan Chong, petitioner and appelle, vs. The Secretary of Labor, respondent and appellant x--------------------------------------------------------------x Lam Swee Sang, petitioner...
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  • Effect of Human Right
    and African Union also host Human Rights Commissions, which vary correspondingly from highest to lowest level of activity, accessibility to individual vs. state complaints, and mandated impact on member states' domestic policies. Bilateral diplomacy can also serve as an important source of signaling, especially...
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  • say it now
    Asia[edit] Ahmad Shah Durrani, founder of Afghanistan Afghanistan[edit] Ahmad Shah Durrani (1723–1773) unified the Afghan tribes and founded Afghanistan in 1747.[4] His mausoleum is next to the Shrine of the Cloak in Kandahar, Afghanistan, where he is fondly known as Ahmad Shah Baba (Ahmad...
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