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The Chronicles of a Wolf Pack - The Treaty By Amber Russell
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Book two of ‘The Chronicles of a Wolf Pack’ series After being forced into a mating to make a treaty with a neighboring pack Nikita and her brother make a run for it not knowing where... More > their lives would lead them. After struggling for years on their own they find a new pack willing to welcome them into their family. Will Nikita find true love or will she forever be scarred from her fathers’ forceful way of life? **Contains strong sexual content and language**< Less
The Chronicles of a Wolf Pack - The Treaty By Amber Russell
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After being forced into a mating to make a treaty with a neighboring pack Nikita and her brother make a run for it not knowing where their lives would lead them. After struggling for years on their... More > own they find a new pack willing to welcome them into their family. Will Nikita find true love or will she forever be scarred from her fathers forceful way of life?< Less
Treaty of 1868 update By Bernhard Michaelis
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This publication presents firsthand accounts documented at the time, about The Long Walk and forced internment of the Diné (Navajos) at Fort Sumner. It draws its content mostly from primary... More > material (i.e. historical letters between Kit Carson and Carleton) so readers can make up their own mind and draw their own conclusions. It provides a resource for Navajo History that leads to a better understanding of a very painful past, that will never be forgotten and lives on in the collective consciousness of the Navajo Nation. The book also includes a map of the Long Walk, and photos of places along the route taken by the author. The updated and expanded edition now also includes: • copy of the original hand written Treaty • expanded historical events leading up to the Long Walk • Manuelito’s and Jesus Arviso’s biography • collected and recorded oral history stories (Hwéeldi Baa Hané)< Less
The True Waitangi Treaty and a List of Signatories By Preller Geldenhuys
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Do you know the Treaty of Waitangi was signed on nine separate copies by more than 500 New Zealand natives? There were about 147 Maori Ngapuhi chiefs - mainly in Northland, that signed the treaty -... More > after Te Wiremu Henry Williams translated the English text into their language. Controversy still surrounds this Treaty. For his part, Henry Williams did more good than most New Zealanders have given him credit for. While this story attempts to tell the TRUE story, most readers should make up their own minds and find the truth. About twelve chiefs signed twice, like Hake or Huke, of Ngapuhi and or Ngati Pou, Te Urikapana Hapu. But then not all those that signed the Treaty can be identified. They add to the controversy surrounding New Zealand's founding document.< Less
NSALA BACHECHE. Kimbisa Treaty of Signatures By David Camara
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The Signatures are The Foundation which unites Palo, Ocha and Ifa traditions. Paleros, Olochas and Babalaos have as common element using Signatures for all kind of Nsala. The author explores the... More > epistemological sources of knowledge that make possible to interpret the contents of The Signature of the Order Kimbisa Ntoto and discover the reader that the Orders of Palo, Ocha and Ifa have their origin and Foundation in Sutumutukuni Rule. Sutumutukuni Rule is Ntoto since Nsambiampungo sent the Spirits to inhabiting Ntoto, The Earth, long before Obatala drop to model them and give them Ori, their head.< Less
Reviewing the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (Enlarged Edition) By Henry Sokolski et al.
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Most foreign ministries, including that of Iran and the United States, insist that Article IV of the NPT recognizes all states’ “inalienable right” to develop “peaceful... More > nuclear energy” including such money-losing activities as nuclear fuel reprocessing. This can bring countries to the very brink of acquiring nuclear weapons. If the NPT is intended to ensure that states share peaceful “benefits” of nuclear energy and prevent the spread of nuclear bomb making technologies, how it can accomplish either if the interpretation above is correct? Some argue that the NPT clearly proscribes proliferation by requiring international nuclear safeguards against military diversions of fissile material. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) nuclear inspections, which are intended to detect illicit nuclear activities and materials, certainly have a mixed record. Not only have they failed to find existing covert reactors and fuel-making plants, the agency still cannot assure the continuity...< Less
A Serpentine Path: The Impact of Legal Decisions on Aboriginal Rights and Title on the Conduct of Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia By Patrick Richmond
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A MA thesis on the BC treaty process: Legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title and treaty negotiations with First Nations in British Columbia (BC) are inextricably linked. While much has been... More > written on the impacts of a small number of such legal decisions, there has been very little research that critically examines how legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title, in general, influence the way the parties to the BC treaty process conduct treaty negotiations. In-depth interviews with ten First Nations, provincial, and federal chief negotiators/advisers, together with British Columbia Treaty Commission (BCTC) commissioners and senior-level program staff, suggest that legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title influence the conduct of treaty negotiations in an indirect and serpentine manner. Further to this, the results suggest that legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title may act to simultaneously facilitate and constrain the conduct of negotiations.< Less
A Serpentine Path: The Impact of Legal Decisions on Aboriginal Rights and Title on the Conduct of Treaty Negotiations in British Columbia By Patrick Richmond
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A MA thesis on the BC treaty process: Legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title and treaty negotiations with First Nations in British Columbia (BC) are inextricably linked. While much has been... More > written on the impacts of a small number of such legal decisions, there has been very little research that critically examines how legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title, in general, influence the way the parties to the BC treaty process conduct treaty negotiations. In-depth interviews with ten First Nations, provincial, and federal chief negotiators/advisers, together with British Columbia Treaty Commission (BCTC) commissioners and senior-level program staff, suggest that legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title influence the conduct of treaty negotiations in an indirect and serpentine manner. Further to this, the results suggest that legal decisions on Aboriginal rights and title may act to simultaneously facilitate and constrain the conduct of negotiations.< Less
The Making of The UK By Emily Parrett
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From the Tudors to Modern day the UK has changed a lot. This book shows you how the conflicts and treaties of history have 'made' the UK.
IL TREATY-MAKING POWER DELLA COMUNITÀ EUROPEA E IL FENOMENO DEGLI ACCORDI MISTI By Domenico CAVALLO
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L’Unione Europea è un fenomeno eterogeneo perché composto da numerose entità istituzionali. Tra esse, la Comunità europea ne è certamente quella principale,... More > organizzazione dalle molte peculiarità tra cui quella di essere un soggetto di diritto internazionale e quindi dotata della capacità di concludere accordi internazionali. Ma la Comunità europea è anche caratterizzata da un articolato sistema di riparto di competenze con gli Stati membri, la cui linea di separazione è spesso evanescente. Ne deriva che risulta spesso difficile stabilire quali materie ricadano nella competenza degli Stati e quali nella competenza della Comunità. Può qui individuarsi la ragione degli accordi misti, fenomeno che – da Roma a Lisbona – non è mai stato esplicitamente disciplinato nei trattati comunitari, ma nasce invece dalla prassi per poi svilupparsi nel tempo. Nel presente lavoro si illustrano caratteristiche e peculiarità di tale chimerico ed interessantissimo fenomeno.< Less

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