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Coup D'Etat Illustrated Volume I By Arawak Brothers
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Coup D'Etat Illustrated is a socially conscious collectors item for those interested in the Hip Hop lifestyle without the gratuitous sex and violence found in other publications.
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Coup D'Etat Illustrated Volume II By Arawak Multi-Media
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Coup D'Etat Illustrated is a socially conscious collectors item for those interested in the real Hip Hop lifestyle without the gratuitous sex and violence found in other publications. Coup D'Etat... More > Illustrated is also the first magazine/book to hit the market.< Less
Coup D'Etat Illustrated Volume II By Arawak Multi-Media
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Coup d'Etat Issue 1 By Waxley Grafton
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Coup d’Etat is Boston University’s newest literary magazine. Completely run by the Boston University Literary Society, which consists entirely of Boston University undergraduate students,... More > we accept submissions nationally and are committed to fostering literary talent that is unusual, unexpected, and exceptional. This inaugural issue for Winter 2013-2014 features poetry and prose from 22 talented and imaginative writers.< Less
Coup d'Etat Issue 2 By Waxley Grafton
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Our growing pains outgrown, Boston University Literary Society is excited to release the electrifying second issue of Boston University's newest literary magazine, Coup d'Etat. Edited entirely by... More > Boston University undergraduate students, our Summer 2014 issue features thought-provoking and beautifully written poetry and prose from 20 writers from across the nation.< Less
The Coup D'état of the Body in Regard to the Mind By Barrett Lewis
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A man's body becomes seperated from his mind.
The Coup D'état of the Body in Regard to the Mind By Barrett Lewis
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A man's body becomes seperated from his mind.
Thailand four years after the coup By Poowin Bunayvejchewin
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After the 2006 coup d'état, there were many unusual incidents in Thailand, some of which involved considerable bloodshed, which originated from clashes between those in power and dissenters.... More > This article considers how political institutions in Thailand are structured, and the author argues that, in order to effectively assess the state of Thai politics after the coup, an analysis of the structures of political legitimacy in the country is essential. The author will be exploring the way in which political legitimacy is generally determined by the established power holders, especially the monarchy and its allies. The ideologies and beliefs of recent dissenters will also be examined in detail.< Less
Coup D’Oeil: Strategic Intuition In Army Planning By William Duggan, Strategic Studies Institute
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In our military professions, formal analytical methods co-exist with intuitive decisionmaking by leaders in action. For the most part, there is no harm done. But many officers can recount times when... More > they knew they should have “gone with their gut,” but followed instead the results of their analytical methods. The gap between these two forms of decisionmaking perhaps has grown wider in recent times, especially in Iraq, where adaptive leadership seems to have overshadowed formal methods of planning. Departing from formal methods increasingly seems to be the mark of an effective commander, as we learn from Dr. Leonard Wong’s recent Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) report, Developing Adaptive Leaders: The Crucible Experience of Operation Iraqi Freedom (July 2004).< Less