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Computer Technology in the 21st Century By Renee Blackmon
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In the 21st century technology has hepled students stay educated, world-wide allowing students to become leaders of today.
Animal Classification Primary Unit Study Pack By The Teachers Desk
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28 page unit study on animal classification; the five classes of vertebrates and a brief introduction to invertebrates. Includes D'Nealian-style writing practice, animal vocabulary, animal report... More > guide, math charting activity, quizzes, teacher notes, and answer keys. Primary level (grades 1-3). *.pdf file format, Adobe Acrobat reader required (free download at Adobe website).< Less
Neet 2019 By Mota Chashma
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NEET 2019 – National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) is being conducted for admission to MBBS and BDS courses offered government as well as private colleges across the country. The... More > National Testing Agency (NTA) has been formed to conduct NEET UG 2019. From this year, NTA NEET will be conducted in two sessions namely February and May. For the first time, NEET will be conducted in computer based mode. The application form of NEET 2019 for February session will begin from 1 to 31 October 2018.< Less
Constraints of School Education among Tribal Girls of Kalahandi District By Sujata Mund
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India is known for its multiethnic, multi-cultural, multi-linguistic and multi-religious population. The problems of the ethnic minorities of the country, who constitute the core among the weaker... More > sections in India and who are struggling hard to grab the educational opportunities require systematic study. Education of these ethnic minorities in the context of all round development within a reasonable period of time requires a specific treatment. For a long time these people had been living in isolation, they had their traditional system of dormitory education aiming at turning individuals as responsible members of their respective societies.< Less
Sustainability Of Colombian Military/strategic Support For “Democratic Security” By Thomas A. Marks & Strategic Studies Institute
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A sea-change has occurred in troubled Colombia, as detailed in this monograph. For the first time in 40 years, cautious optimism pervades discussions of Bogota’s seemingly intractable... More > situation. Drugs, terrorism, and insurgency continue in their explosive mix, but the current government of President Alvaro Uribe has fashioned a counterinsurgency approach that holds the strategic initiative and has a chance of negating a long-standing security threat to the state. This is critical if Colombian democratic and economic advances are to continue. Colombia has become synonymous in the popular mind with an intractable war waged against narco-terrorists. Not as understood is the strategic setting, wherein the illegal drug trade is not just linked to terrorism but rather is an integral part of a leftwing insurgency that continues to talk the language of the Cold War. This insurgency is the greatest threat to Bogota and to Washington’s interests in the region.< Less
North Korea’s Strategic Intentions By Andrew Scobell & Strategic Studies Institute
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North Korea poses a key challenge to the global community of states. Sometimes viewed as primarily a nuclear or proliferation challenge, Pyongyang actually presents the United States and other... More > countries with multiple problems. As the 2005 National Defense Strategy of the United States notes, these challenges include “traditional, irregular, and catastrophic.” While each dimension of these threat capabilities are fairly clear and, with the exception of the third, readily documented, North Korea’s intentions are a much more controversial subject upon which specialists reach widely disparate conclusions. In this monograph, Dr. Andrew Scobell examines the topic of Pyongyang’s strategic intentions. He first identifies a broad spectrum of expert views and distills this wisdom into three “packages” of possible strategic intentions. He then sets out to test which package appears to reflect actual North Korean policy.< Less
Natural Allies? Regional Security In Asia And Prospects For Indo-american Strategic Cooperation By Stephen J. Blank & Strategic Studies Institute
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One of the hallmarks of the two Bush administrations’ foreign and defense policies has been a growing rapprochement with India. Indeed, in June 2005 the U.S. Government signed a defense... More > agreement with that country. In part, this rapprochement is driven by and coincides with India’s increasingly visible role as a major Asian power. This book-length monograph seeks to illuminate India’s rising power and capabilities with regard to the key regions on its periphery: the Persian Gulf, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia. The author, Dr. Stephen Blank, also considers the major issues pertaining to India’s bilateral defense agenda with the United States. By revealing the dimensions of India’s growing capabilities and interests, he also provides a strategic rationale for the development of the partnership to date and for its further evolution. Numerous analyses of current global trends point to the rise of India as a major transformation in world politics.< Less
Street Gangs: The New Urban Insurgency By Max G. Manwaring & Strategic Studies Institute
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The intent of this monograph is to identify some of the most salient characteristics of contemporary criminal street gangs (that is, the gang phenomenon or third generation gangs), and to explain the... More > linkage to insurgency. As a corollary, Dr. Max G. Manwaring argues that gang-related crime, in conjunction with the instability it wreaks upon governments, is now a serious national security and sovereignty problem in important parts of the global community. Although differences between gangs and insurgents exist, in terms of original motives and modes of operation, this linkage infers that the gang phenomenon is a mutated form of urban insurgency. That is, these nonstate actors must eventually seize political power to guarantee the freedom of action and the commercial environment they want. The common denominator that can link gangs and insurgents is that some gangs’ and insurgents’ ultimate objective is to depose or control the governments of targeted countries.< Less
The Strategic Implications Of The Rise Of Populism In Europe And South America By Strategic Studies Institute & Steve C. Ropp
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Populism has received very little attention from military planners. This is understandable. As a political phenomenon, it is viewed as somewhat removed from security concerns and hence as more... More > legitimately within the purview of those members of the U.S. policy community who deal with political issues. Furthermore, as a dynamic, unstable, and ephemeral phenomenon within seemingly stable representative democracies, it is hard to “see” and hence to study. This makes trend extrapolation regarding the growth of populist movements much more difficult than for other future security challenges such as terrorism or unconventional war. In this monograph, Dr. Steve C. Ropp questions whether the enormous potential strategic consequences of a future burst of populist turbulence in Europe or South America suggest that it be more carefully studied. As Dr. Ropp indicates in his analysis, such bursts of turbulence have dramatically altered the U.S. security environment in the past, present new...< Less
Insurgency In Iraq: An Historical Perspective By Ian F. W. Beckett & Strategic Studies Institute
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This monograph considers the patterns of insurgency in the past by way of establishing how much the conflict in Iraq conforms to previous experience. In particular, the author compares and contrasts... More > Iraq with previous Middle Eastern insurgencies such as those in Palestine, Aden, the Dhofar province of Oman, Algeria, and Lebanon. He suggests that there is much that can be learned from British, French, and Israeli experience. The monograph was delivered by invitation at the 15th Annual Strategy Conference of the U.S. Army War College in April 2004. It derived from work undertaken while the author was occupying the Major General Matthew C. Horner Chair of Military Theory at the U.S. Marine Corps University, Quantico, Virginia. The Strategic Studies Institute is pleased to offer this contribution to the debate on insurgencies, past and present.< Less

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中国万象 Reading China: A Panorama of Life, Culture, and Society (Volume 2) 中国万& By Rongzhen Li et al.
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