• The Perils of Regionalism: Genocide in Rwanda
    In Priestley's "Wrong Ism", he claims that nationalism is not the strength that binds a country together, but rather all of the small local areas we are all accustomed to growing up in that gives us strength. Priestley considers nationalistic ideas and movements to be headed by people who have a lo...
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  • Local-Color Regionalism in Tennessee's Partner
    The literary movement of local-color regionalism in American literature is a very distinctive and interesting form of fiction writing that effectively combines regional characteristics, dialect, customs and humor. In Bret Harte's Tennessee's Partner, these characteristics helped the story jump off t...
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  • Regionalism
    Regional American Literature are the values and personality traits of the people who practice a particular religion or who go to a certain school, or live with a single parent rather then a traditional family. These can all be classified as examples of such Regionalism here in the United States. Als...
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  • What Is the Nature and Significance of the Security Threats Posed to Russia by Regionalism/Separatism?
    After collapse of USSR Boris Yeltsin have encouraged regions to take as much power as they can accommodate. Shortly after he tried to regain control but with no great results. Now, being build form 89 divisions, where 32 are minority regions and 21 have autonomous republic status (Hagendoorn, 2008,...
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  • Political and Econic Regionalism in Asia
    Political and Economic Regionalism in Asia: A Pragmatic Approach" Speech By Haruhiko Kuroda President Asian Development Bank  At the Real Instituto Elcano 29 January 2008 Madrid, Spain I.  Introduction Distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen: Good morning, and thank you very much...
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  • Regionalism in World Politics
    Regionalism in World Politics: Past and Present Louise Fawcett This chapter offers a introductory survey of regionalism in world politics from the Second World War to the present. 1 It has two related aims: to track and explain the development and growth of formal regional institutions. Its te...
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  • Regionalism and Democracy
    Do contemporary regionalist and micro-nationalist movements threaten democracy in Europe or, conversely, present it with new opportunities? ____________________________________________________________ ______________ Twenty years ago, the wall that was separating West and East Germany wa...
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  • Regionalism in Canadian Literature
    Top of Form 1 && The term regionalism is an inevitable idea when it comes to Canadian literature and the never ending search for Canadian identity. The definition of regionalism in literature is said to be “fiction and poetry that focuses on the characters, dialect, customs, topography, and oth...
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  • Regionalism and Interregionalism
    Regionalism, or regionalization? More and more policies are coming about as a result of amplified regionalism in today’s world. This is mostly seen as an act of defending one’s interests against the inexorable force of globalization, as states within the same geographical region join forces...
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  • Regionalism in India
    On 15th of December 1953, when Potti Sriramulu succumbed to death not able to sustain 52 days of marathon fast that was undertaken to demand a separate state for Telugu speaking people, little did he realize that his death would become a launch pad for the dawn of Political Regionalism in India –...
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  • Regionalism
    REGIONALIST PARTIES IN WESTERN EUROPE Regionalist parties are an increasingly influential political phenomenon in many Western European countries. Despite this there has been little systematic study of these important political parties. This volume fills the gap with an exploration of the succes...
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  • Regionalism and Its Effect on the Canadian State
    Since the beginning of Canadian history, regionalism has had a prominent effect on the country`s political system. The concept of regionalism can be defined as a political ideology grounded on a shared sense of place or attachment and is discussed in terms of Canadian society, culture, economy and...
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  • The Effects of Regionalism on the Works of Jack London
    The Affects of Regionalism on the Works of Jack London In 1903, Jack London published his novel Call of the Wild, and with it made his mark on literature in America and achieved worldwide acclaim. It’s a story of a dog named Buck, who was snatched from his luxurious home in Santa Clara, C...
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  • Regions and Regionalism
    Regions and Regionalism : A Diversification of Unities The object of my paper is to examine the nature of widespread diversities that co-exist in the singularly unified Indian subcontinent, often praised for its concept of ‘unity in diversity’. However, if one penetrates deeper into its fundame...
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  • Regionalism in East Asia
    Why  it  is  NOT  desirable  for   regionalism  in  East  Asia  to   develop  like  that  in  Europe     Agenda:   •  Relying  on  WTO   •  Economic  diversity   •  Leadership  complic...
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  • Federalism and Regionalism in Australia
    Federalism and Regionalism in Australia New Approaches, New Institutions? Federalism and Regionalism in Australia New Approaches, New Institutions? Edited by A.J. Brown and J.A. Bellamy Published by ANU E Press The Australian National University Canberra ACT 0200, Australia Email: anuepr...
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  • Regionalism in the Asia and Pacific
    Introduction According to the “Yearbook of International Organizations” at present there are around 300 international organizations around the world. International Organizations both global and regional play a vital role in the international arena, there are a various types of international org...
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  • Regionalism
    Introduction Since the first coherent regional wave started in the 1950s and the resurgence of regionalism diffused all around the world after the Cold War between two dominant powerful economies US and Russia within the tendency of multi-field globalization, based on WTO figures 2011, there have 3...
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  • 5.03 Regionalism: Faulkner 
"A Rose for Emily"
    5.03 Regionalism: Faulkner 
"A Rose for Emily" 1. Emily Grierson - 
Emily at first was a young, happy, filled with life kind of gal. Though presented with many suitors, her father rejects them all. Once her father dies and still no husband by her thirties, everyone in the town starts to pi...
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  • Regionalism
    Comparative Regionalism: What is Regional Integration? Discuss by giving examples. There is no formal or strict definition for ‘Regional Integration’. When evaluating the two words individually it helps to assess the foundation in which the concept of ‘Regional Integration’ is understood....
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