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Who Cares If George W. Bush Destroys the Free World: This Guy Is Funny! By Rob Loughran
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This book explores the latest Iraqi/Bush Joke Cycle
Who Cares If George W. Bush Destroys the Free World: This Guy Is Funny! By Rob Loughran
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EVIDENCE By Paul van den Hout
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In March and April 2003, while bombs fell on Iraq, Dutch artist Paul van den Hout published alternative files with evidence that proofed Iraq had been hiding weapons of mass destruction. He started... More > ‘research’ the day after Colin Powell had addressed the U.N. Security Council. However, his ‘EVIDENCE’ was based upon the Middle Eastern fairy tales of ‘Sherezade: 1001 Arabian Nights’; in the end probably a more reliable source then Colin Powell’s original U.N. presentation. ‘EVIDENCE’ was initially published on the Internet, starting March 20, 2003, the day the first rockets exploded in Baghdad. These files have now been published in print with a short introduction.< Less
Searching for Joan Leslie By Frederick Van Veen
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Going to school in the 30s, hustling hot dogs at Braves Field in the 40s, discovering Evelyn Waugh and Anthony Trollope, seeing the great Broadway musicals in the 50s, adventures in Morocco, Russia,... More > Argentina, and the South Pacific, dining with Colin Powell, liberating a friend from a Juarez jail - these are a few of the waypoints on a 70-year journey from childhood in Boston to retirement on the coast of Maine. "Searching for Joan Leslie" is a collection of short essays.< Less
Searching for Joan Leslie By Frederick Van Veen
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Going to school in the 30s, hustling hot dogs at Braves Field in the 40s, discovering Evelyn Waugh and Anthony Trollope, seeing the great Broadway musicals in the 50s, adventures in Morocco, Russia,... More > Argentina, and the South Pacific, dining with Colin Powell, liberating a friend from a Juarez jail – these are a few of the waypoints on a 70-year journey from childhood in Boston to retirement on the coast of Maine. “Searching for Joan Leslie” is a collection of short essays posted on the author’s blog, literarybeachcomber.blogspot.com.< Less
Framed Horizons: Student Writing on Nordic Cinema By C. Claire Thomson
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Eds. Marita Fraser, Melissa Powell, Rose-Anne Ross, Anna V. Strauss, C. Claire Thomson. Introduction by C. Claire Thomson. Essays by Linda Blank, Martin Butcher, Pei Sze Chow, Kitty Clark, Daniel... More > Fredriksson, Clare Glenister, Lauren Godfrey, Elisa Jochum, Ville-Matti Kervinen, Colin Leventhal, Melissa Powell, Rose-Anne Ross, Rebecca Spaven, Anna V. Strauss, Essi Viitanen. This anthology brings together essays written by BA, MA and PhD students of Nordic Cinema at UCL. The essays discuss the key directors and movements in Nordic film history, including Victor Sjöström, Carl Th. Dreyer, Ingmar Bergman, Lars von Trier, and Dogme 95, but they also include work on topics and eras rarely discussed in English, such as alternative endings in early Danish cinema, inter-war drama in Norway, and the Finnish war film.< Less
The War Room Portfolio By William T. Ayton
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The War Room portfolio -- documentation of the anti-war, four-wall painted installation of the same name. 24 pages of artwork and photos. The War Room is a monochrome artwork, inspired by the... More > covering up of a tapestry of Picasso's Guernica by Colin Powell at the UN (February, 2003). The installation surrounds the viewer with the four faces of war: Warriors, Victims, Witnesses, and Aftermath. This 24-page portfolio presents many images from the piece, with studies & related works. Five related paintings are reproduced in full-color. The monochrome works are also reproduced in color to enhance their tonal depth. For more on this series of artworks, please see www.warroomproject.org.< Less
The Intervention Debate: Towards A Posture of principled judgment By John Garofano, Strategic Studies Institute
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Deciding when and how to use force is one of the central elements of strategy. Throughout American history, debate has raged over whether force is appropriate only in defense of the homeland and... More > vital national interests or whether it should also be used to promote more expansive objectives like regional security and stopping humanitarian disasters in regions with few tangible U.S. interests. The 1990s showed the extremes of this issue. In the George H. Bush administration, Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell both advocated restrictive conditions for the use of force, with tangible interests at stake, clear support from the American people and Congress, and an explicit exit strategy. In the Clinton administration, officials such as National Security Advisor Anthony Lake and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright supported a more expansive use of force in places like the Balkans.< Less
APOLOGHI - La seconda Discesa di Nostro Signore By mario albrizio
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