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Afghan Citizens' Right to Bear Technology By William / Mohammed Hale / Omar
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Amendment to Article 24 of the Afghan Constitution .Article 24 [Liberty, Human Dignity] (1) Liberty is the natural right of human beings. This right has no limits unless affecting the rights of... More > others or public interests, which are regulated by law. (2) Liberty and dignity of human beings are inviolable. (3) The state, and the citizen(s), have the duty to respect and protect the liberty and dignity of human beings. (4) The right of citizens to bear technology shall not be infringed, and only due process of law may be used to separate citizens from their technology, said due process shall carry the burden of proof to establish beyond a reasonable doubt said technology threatens the continued existence of the Islamic State of Afghanistan, otherwise the benefit of the doubt shall reside with the citizen(s).< Less
Strengthening the NPT and the IAEA By John Scales Avery
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This book is based on an international symposium held at Christiansborg Palace, Copenhagen, on November 17, 2008. It contains speeches and photographs from the symposium, including an introduction by... More > Dr. Daisaku Ikeda and a major speech by Dr. Hans Blix.< Less
Easton PA: Historic Tours By Richard F. Hope
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An introduction to many of the buildings in the Easton Historic District, with short histories of some of the people who lived and worked in them. Easton’s buildings and landmarks tell the... More > basic history of the town since its founding in 1752 – and also stories that even some long-time residents don’t know!< Less
World Chaplin Letter Bulletin the Atlantean Papyrus "Doctrine of Recovery" By Hon. Larry Shelton
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"Doctrine of Recovery" For In the “House of Shamuel” with each authorized representative on 3/25/2016, as the embodiment of confidants, sons, and daughters of the proud and well... More > grafted ethnicity who inspired the architecture of the world societies and beyond, carried into each land mass world over the influence of its artistic temperament having become secured creditors, escheators & communiors of the boundless omniverse. For this letters patent is to provide for the establishment of age of recovery, for indigenous and native beings to recover all lands unlawfully detained, possessed, and inhabited without just compensation by the said non-indigenous and colonialist. Copyright: © All Rights Reserved< Less
Ambassador for Peace: How Theodore Roosevelt Won the Nobel Peace Prize By Stanley Wien
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This is the little known story of how Theodore Roosevelt, as president, used his mediation and diplomatic skills to end the Russo-Japanese War in 1905. Culminating in the Portsmouth Peace Treaty,... More > this journey describes how TR’s unrelenting determination bridged the inflexible divide between Japan and Russia—two countries who could not muster the moral courage to embrace peace. The treaty fulfilled his foreign policy vision of a global balance of power among the major international nations at the turn of the twentieth century. Acclaimed worldwide as a peacemaker, he was recognized with the Nobel Peace Prize for his unique personal style of diplomacy of “speaking softly” rather than “carrying a big stick.” Highly relevant to the state of world affairs today and the challenge of America’s leadership role in global foreign policy.< Less
Ambassador for Peace: How Theodore Roosevelt Won the Nobel Peace Prize By Stanley Wien
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This is the little known story of how Theodore Roosevelt, as president, used his mediation and diplomatic skills to end the Russo-Japanese War in 1905. Culminating in the Portsmouth Peace Treaty,... More > this journey describes how TR’s unrelenting determination bridged the inflexible divide between Japan and Russia—two countries who could not muster the moral courage to embrace peace. The treaty fulfilled his foreign policy vision of a global balance of power among the major international nations at the turn of the twentieth century. Acclaimed worldwide as a peacemaker, he was recognized with the Nobel Peace Prize for his unique personal style of diplomacy of “speaking softly” rather than “carrying a big stick.” Highly relevant to the state of world affairs today and the challenge of America’s leadership role in global foreign policy.< Less
Multilateral Environmental Agreement Negotiator’s Handbook: Pacific Region 2013 By Prue Taylor et al.
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Many countries are unable to effectively engage in complex international negotiations due to a lack of expertise and resources. Tailored specifically to the Pacific, this Handbook is a practical... More > introduction to negotiating Multilateral Environmental Agreements (MEAs). It covers the conceptual framework and procedural machinery such as the elements and principles of MEAs as well as ‘rules of the game’ (from the basics of treaty law to rules of procedure and finance). Approaches are presented for the complex issues of drafting, strategies and international cooperation. A typical day of negotiations is outlined to provide a real life perspective. It displays active agencies, a bibliography of useful literature and a comprehensive glossary of terms. Forming part of the ACP-MEAs Capacity Building Programme launched by UNEP, it is written in collaboration with the NZCEL and SPREP. This Handbook is a pivotal contribution to more effective preparation, participation and representation in international negotiations.< Less
On the Holy Spirit By Ambrose
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The three books on the Holy Spirit are, as St. Ambrose says himself, a sequel to those on the Faith, and the two treatises together have been sometimes quoted as if one, with the title, De Trinitate.... More > But we see from Gratian's letter to St. Ambrose, and from the reply, that each treatise is separate, and the De Spiritu Sancto was written some years later, a.d. 381.< Less
Forlorn Confederacy Revised Edition By Mark Berhow
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The conflicts occurring in the Washington Territory in the 1850s provide an interesting case study of the Native American “Indian Wars.” It is an excellent story, not only of the conflict... More > itself, but also the interplay between the natives, early settlers, missionaries, and army personalities involved. There is a wealth of contemporary documentation available, but modern histories often center on only certain aspects of those conflicts. Many of the tribes on the Washington coast and in the interior had strong ties with one another and the events of the Washington Territory Indian wars in the Puget Sound area and the Inland Empire area are tied to one another. This is not often been brought together in a single work. This is short history of those conflicts, along with an extensive bibliography of references of both contemporary works and original source material. Most of the sites where the major events that occurred during this conflict are marked today, and a guide to those sites is included.< Less
Mangungu Hokianga By Preller Geldenhuys
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This electronic version of the paperback is intended for those with eBook readers or smartphones who prefer reading while on the move. It is also the first time since November 2018 that the author... More > has succeeded in having an ebook launched by Lulu (it has taken that long to resolve formatting bugs). This ebook's main objective is to give those readers who prefer paperback a cheaper option to buy when postage and packing costs prove prohibitive.< Less

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