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The Nation By Mark Takakjy
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The Nation by Mark Takakjy is a book aimed at educating those who read it about the basic functions and purposes of a nation with the main intent on preparing delegates of a special Model United... More > Nations Conference.< Less
National Intelligence Strategy of the United States By Director of National Intelligence
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A reprint of the 2005 National Intelligence Strategy of the United States, as originally released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
National Intelligence Strategy of the United States By Director of National Intelligence
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A reprint of the 2005 National Intelligence Strategy of the United States, as originally released by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence.
United Nations Delegate Handbook 2009 By John Jarvis
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Student Handbook for the Harvard National Model United Nations Conference, February 12-15, 2009, Boston
United Nations Day - October 24 By Robert Alan
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Freely reproducible handouts for United Nations Day, October 24, featuring 32 portraits by Robert Alan
United Nations Day - October 24 By Robert Alan
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Freely reproducible handouts for United Nations Day, October 24, featuring 32 portraits by Robert Alan
United Nations Day Student Prizes By John Scales Avery, Editor
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Prizes for student projects related to peace, to the United Nations and to solutions to global problems were awarded on UN Day 2010 at 9 Danish gymnasiums. This book contains reports of the awards in... More > English and Danish.< Less
Russia, The United States, And The Caucasus By R. Craig Nation, Strategic Studies Institute
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In the post-Soviet period, the Caucasus region has been a source of chronic instability and conflict: Unresolved “frozen conflicts” in Abkhazia, Southern Ossetia, and Nagorno Karabakh;... More > continuing armed resistance in secessionist Chechnya and associated Islamic radicalism; the “Rose Revolution” in Georgia and Tbilisi’s subsequent efforts to realign with the West; competition for access to the oil and natural gas reserves of the Caspian basin—these kinds of factors and more have ensured that the region would become and remain a source of significant international engagement and concern. Professor R. Craig Nation’s monograph highlights the kind of conflicting interests that have made Russian-American relations in the region highly competitive. But he also addresses areas of shared priorities and mutual advantage that provide a potential foundation for more benign engagement that can work to contain conflict and head off further regional disintegration.< Less
What you should know about the United Nations By The League of Empire Loyalists
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Originally published by The League of Empire Loyalists in 1959, this booklet reveals the long term aim of the United Nations - World Government. Do you value your religion? Do you value your national... More > independence? Do you value your personal freedom? Do you value your national flag as a symbol of these things? Do you want your children to be brought up to love and respect these things? If so, read this booklet, for all are threatened by the United Nations. This is the third in the AK Chesterton Trust Reprint Series.< Less
The History of the National Flag of the United States of America By Schuyler Hamilton
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The author was learned, the only origin which has been suggested for the devices combined in the national colors of his country is, that they were adopted from the coat of arms of General Washington.... More > This imputed origin is not such as would be consonant with the known modesty of Washington, or the spirit of the times in which the flag was adopted. They have, therefore, been at some pains to collect authentic statements in reference to our national colors, and with these, have introduced letters exhibiting the temper of those times, step by step, with the changes made in the flag, so combining them as to form a chain of proof, which, we think, must be conclusive.< Less