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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

... O N T E N T S I. The Author II. About "After the Rain" Containing the United States I. The Roots of Anti-Americanism II. Containing the Un... ... War or Just a War? The Roots of Anti-Americanism By: Dr. Sam Vaknin The United States is one of the last remaining land empires. That it is mad... ... Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Nigeria, Pakistan, Russia, Spain, Turkey and the United States. Only 23% of Spaniards had a positive opinion of the US... ...consume locally - will be moved further east to the Czech Republic, Poland and the Baltic states. This shift may have come regardless of the German... ...Central Asia, and the Middle East. But it will not do so in Central Europe, in the Baltic, and in the Balkan. In the long-run, Muslims are the na...

The antecedents and aftermath of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the role of the United States in international affairs.

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...arco Polo. 7. Islam‘s Great Gifts to the West One precept of the Koran states that the human world’s quest for knowledge leads to further knowing... ...day’s speakers of Indo-European languages? A line in map connecting the Baltic Sea and India seems to demark halfway between the ends of the then-... ...ain control over regions large enough to grow into the world‘s first city-states. Temples, such as those in Ur, Babylon, and Nineveh, towered over... ... and summon them for service when needed. After he conquered all the city-states in Mesopotamia, the king initiated a series of reforms to pave the ...

...ndrous invention. Paper and print nourish China’s awakening, which dazzles Marco Polo. -- 7. Islam‘s Great Gifts to the West-One precept of the Koran states that the human world’s quest for knowledge leads to further knowing of Allah. Islam saves classic wisdom and passes China’s wasp secret to the West. -- 8. Charlemagne and Medieval Europe-The illiterate warrior-king bri...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

...inavia), the Far East, Orient, Levant; the North, South, East, West (United States). But do wt, as a rule, capitalize adjectives derived from such ... ...irection or point of com- pass : oriental customs, the orientals, southern states, a southerner (but: Northman = Scandinavian); an invasion of barb... ... name to indicate certain minor administrative sub- divisions in the United States; (3) when used singly as the accepted designation for a specific ... ...d in poetry the first word of each line: In summer, on the headlands, The Baltic Sea along, Sits Neckan, with his harp of gold, And sings hi plai...

...e The Chicago Manual of Style, a change that reflected the title most often used by the book’s audience. The 13th edition incorporated the new United States copyright regulations that became law in 1978, and the production and printing sections of the Manual were revised to discuss the phototypesetting technology that had begun to displace lead type as well as the old Lino...

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Information Technology Tales

By: Brad Bradford

...arco Polo. 7. Islam‘s Great Gifts to the West One precept of the Koran states that the human world’s quest for knowledge leads to further knowing... ...today’s speakers of Indo-European languages? A line in map connecting the Baltic Sea and India seems to demark halfway between the ends of the then-... ...ain control over regions large enough to grow into the world‘s first city-states. Temples, such as those in Ur, Babylon, and Nineveh, towered over w... ... and summon them for service when needed. After he conquered all the city-states in Mesopotamia, the king initiated a series of reforms to pave the ...

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The World Factbook: 1987

By: Central Intelligence Agency

...he World Factbook is by the Directorate of II Central Intelligence Ag United States Governm' i 11 n n style, format, coverage, ^ designed to meet thei... ...9 Tuvalu 250 U Uganda 251 United Arab Emirates 252 United Kingdom 253 United States 255 Uruguay 257 Vanuatu 259 Vatican City 260 Venezuela 261 Vietnam... ... of Yemen (South Yemen) UAE United Arab Emirates UK United Kingdom US United States USSR Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Soviet Union) YAR Yemen ... ...aen Faroe lslands nd Greenland are separate Kattegat COPENHAGEN Bornholi Mfn Baltic Sea See regional map V Geography Total area: 43,070 km 2 ; land ar... ...ment: air and water pollution Special notes: controls Danish Straits linking Baltic and North Seas Population: 5,121,766 (July 1987), average annual g... ...ctic, but comparatively mild because of moderating influence of Gulf Stream, Baltic Sea, more than 60,000 lakes Terrain: mostly low, flat to rolling p...

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Family and More : Enemies or Friends?

By: Helena Harper

...oquentbooks.com ISBN: 978-1-60693-127-1 1-60693-127-X Printed in the United States of America Book Design: SP To all the people in my life Thank you... ...ailing, too, though he's nearly lost in turbulent seas, on a trip across the Baltic with friends from school, thrown into the sea, all possessions gon...

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The Cosmo-Art Theorems and Axioms

By: Antonio Mercurio

... and in the West. This is already happening in India, in Russia and in the Baltic Countries thanks to the work of the IPAE (Istituto di Psicoterapia... ... is not possible without going through a thousand woes. The Fifth Theorem states that an emergent property is always the result of a network of subs... ... For alchemists, perfection consists in knowing how to pass through all the states that are necessary to reach the creation of the opus (= the transf... ...being is not touched in its eternal immobility; the Aristotelian view that states that there are two separate worlds, where the world of being moves...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

..., retarded wealth formation. In some respects, the West - and especially the United States - are poorer now than they were in 1988. This monumental ... ...nsciously imploding the US markets. This caused a violent depression in the United States and some other countries, with the collapse of financial ... ...ment, decreased the productive powers of a single workman or machine in the United States." In Louisville, the "Herald Post" commented sagely: "Whi... ...an many countries, such as New Zealand, the republics of former Yugoslavia, and the Baltic states. On the other hand, the Greater Washington Metrop...

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Narcissistic and Psychopathic Leaders

By: Sam Vaknin

...lism and self-gratification at the expense of community, namely the United States". They assert that the disorder is more prevalent among certain p... ... Can we talk about a "corporate culture of narcissism"? Human collectives – states, firms, households, institutions, political parties, cliques, ban... ...k "Being There". It describes the election to the presidency of the United States of a simpleton, a gardener, whose vapid and trite pronouncements ... ...ly to follow the same path (probably in Central Asia, but, possibly, in the Baltic and east Europe as well). Reinvigorated armies (and industrialist...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...re is not much difference between the embryo and the comatose. A typical contract states the rights of the parties. It assumes the existence of pa... ...ion (state vector) in quantum mechanics – the represent millions of potential final states (=millions of potential embryos and lives). The fetus is ... ... kin and kith. Note - The Exclusionary Conscience The self-identity of most nation-states is exclusionary and oppositional: to generate solidarity,... ...entral Asia, and the Middle East. But it will not do so in Central Europe, in the Baltic, and in the Balkan. In the long-run, Muslims are the na...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...re is not much difference between the embryo and the comatose. A typical contract states the rights of the parties. It assumes the existence of pa... ...ion (state vector) in quantum mechanics – the represent millions of potential final states (=millions of potential embryos and lives). The fetus is ... ... kin and kith. Note - The Exclusionary Conscience The self-identity of most nation-states is exclusionary and oppositional: to generate solidarity,... ...entral Asia, and the Middle East. But it will not do so in Central Europe, in the Baltic, and in the Balkan. In the long-run, Muslims are the na...

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The Labor Divide

By: Sam Vaknin

...ng impact on general thinking. Similar ideas were expressed in the United States in the Employment Act of 1946, which stated: "The Congress hereby d... ...level of employment. These ideas have been extensively used in the United States. An analogous procedure could be used with respect to inflation, b... ...employment rate was eerily low. It has since climbed to exceed the United States' at 5.6%. As was the case in Central and Eastern Europe, the glowin... ... norm in the leading EU candidates - Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic, the Baltic States, and Slovenia. Such habits are spreading even as far as Kaza...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...thoring an encyclopaedia was such a daunting and expensive task that only states, academic institutions, or well-funded businesses were able to produ... ...y-turvy world. Digital animation is produced in India and consumed in the States. The low compensation of scientists attracts the technology and R&D... ... which there are currently three - CrossRef and Content Directions in the States and the aforementioned Enpia Systems in Asia). It is already widely... ...gh m-commerce might be sooner in countries like the Czech Republic or the Baltic). E-commerce is the natural culmination of a process. You need to ... ...k advantage of e-commerce (though the countries of Central Europe and the Baltic may be the global pioneers of m- commerce due to their wireless netw... ...ird such purchase this year. Earlier, it purchased Extel which covers the Baltic exclave of Kaliningrad and Orensot, another Urals licensee. Vimpel...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

...re deeply on the meaning of the facts that are narrated. Homer clearly states in three different places that Ulysses suffered immensely because ... ...l. Of the various principles that I have formulated, one of my favorite’s states: “ outer reality corresponds to inner reality”. It is never by cha... ..., they ate the cattle sacred to the Sun. In the introduction Homer also states that Ulysses suffers because of the “trials” that he has to underg... ...ng created training seminars for Russian therapists and for those from the Baltic countries in their Institute. I also want to recall the Third Inter...

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Tokyo to Tijuana: Gabriele Departing America

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...t Toksugum Palace in Chongno of Seoul Sang Huin (known by his friends in the states as Shawn) felt an empathy as deep as the gods; and the reconstruct... ...d him in Soul. Sang Huin was always traveling--especially when he was in the States. He was discontent and was seeing himself falling further and furt... ...words and instruments which human beings employed to break from their innate states of emptiness; and the connections sought from attractions that wou... ...seeing them on the evening news チN a maze of rooms in her home divided like Baltic states チN wanting something to impale into the concrete of her ma...

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What Is Coming a Forecast of Things after the War

By: H. G. Wells

...rren- der almost as much of their sovereignty as the constituent sovereign States which make up the United States of America have surrendered to the F... ...d at present. It is really quite idle to dream of a warless world in which States are still absolutely free to annoy one another with tar- iffs, with ... ... no means of settling boundary dis- putes. Moreover, as between the united States of the world and the United States of America there is this further ... ... a line of obstinately non- German communities, stretching nearly from the Baltic to the Adriatic. There are Poland, Bohemia (with her kindred Slo- va... ... Poland, Galicia and Ruthenia were to make a Habsburg-ruled State from the Baltic to the Black Sea. The Jugo-Slav and the Magyar were to be linked (un...

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War and the Future; Italy, France and Britain at War

By: H. G. Wells

...are affable. I had but recently had an encounter with an imported Colonial statesman, who was being adver- tised like a soap as the coming saviour of ... ...able of understand- ing. But one could as soon have talked with one of the states- men at Madame T ussaud’s. An antiquated figure. The effect of these... ...that level might be as tedious as the South African war. But if the United States preferred to go into Mexican affairs with what I may perhaps call a ... ... Posen still under the Prussian heel, with Cracow cut off, and with- out a Baltic port. These claims of Poland to completeness have a higher sanction ...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...rwin quickened the thought of the world. Those were all perfect and static States, a balance of happi- ness won for ever against the forces of unrest ... ...ossible and pu- berty correspondingly retarded, and by wise regulation the statesmen of Utopia will constantly adjust and readjust regu- lations and t... ...n 4 ection 4 ection 4 ection 4 The older Utopias were all relatively small states; Plato’s Re- public, for example, was to be smaller than the average... ...Then I came down through pine woods to the head of a road that runs to the Baltic shore. Altogether it was thirteen days before I reported my- self ag...

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Autobiographic Sketches Selections, Grave and Gay

By: Thomas de Quincey

...hether that sea which you desire to argue with is the Mediterranean or the Baltic, so, with that editor and his deafness, it matters not a straw wheth... ...uarters in England, in Ireland, in the British colonies, and in the United States, a series of letters expressing a far profounder interest in papers ... ...vil grandeur, as exemplified in three differ- ent modes by three different states. Availing himself of the brief scriptural notice,—“The devil taketh ... ...aty and tribute from that country; Admiral ——, on his appoint- ment to the Baltic fleet; Captain O. N., with despatches from the Red Sea, advising the... ...ng to his precedent) the many and remote embassies to and from independent states, in all quarters of the earth, with how many more groups might the s... ...sh capital had fallen, and whilst the Prometheus was still cruising in the Baltic, Pink, in company with the purser of his ship, landed on the coast o...

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The Secret Places of the Heart

By: H. G. Wells

... that we ought to be told about. I allow it’s a recent revival. The United States has been like one of those men you read about in the papers who go a... ...a day where dawn was already at hand. And in such long perspec- tives, the states, governments and institutions of to-day be- came very temporary-look... ...es an American memory back most eas- ily and most fully—to Avebury and the Baltic Northmen, past the emperors and the Corinthian columns that smoth- e... ...e world!” 141 H G Wells “Confusions merely. The world is just a muddle of states and religions and theories and stupidities. There are great lumps of...

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