United Nations

Author: Stanley Meisler
Publisher: Atlantic Monthly Press
ISBN: 9780871136565
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Offers an accessible survey of the evolution of the institution, and explores both the U.N.'s achievements and its failures in the new era of peace enforcement

Skrebneski

Author: Victor Skrebneski
Publisher:
ISBN:
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A captivating collection of the work of America's foremost portrait and fashion photographer. Victor Skrebneski is a master interpreter of form, camera artist who uses the medium of photography to reinvent time, place and memory over and over again. The book features 150 of Skrebneski's finest works.

India and Pakistan

Author: Paul H. Kreisberg
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521645850
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Leading specialists on South Asia assess the progress and problems of India and Pakistan, their foreign and defense policies, and their relations with the United States.

Fender Amps

Author: John Teagle
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
ISBN: 9780793537334
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Fender Amps is the first book to chronicle this company's amazing contribution to the amplifier, providing a complete overview of its history and operation. From the K & F amp of 1945 to the Custom Amp Shop line of today, you'll understand why musicians continue to collect, rely and relish the sound of a Fender amplifier.

Women Creating Indonesia

Author: Jean Gelman Taylor
Publisher: Monash Asia Inst
ISBN:
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The first half of the twentieth century was a period of fervent intellectual activity in Indonesia. Thinkers, writers, politicians and workers of all religious and ethnic groups came together to debate the formation of Indonesia's new society. Women contributed very significantly to this debate and helped create what is now modern Indonesia.

Malaysia s Foreign Policy

Author: Jayaratnam Saravanamuttu
Publisher: Institute of Southeast Asian
ISBN: 981427979X
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This book captures Malaysia's foreign policy over the first fifty years and beyond since the date of the country's formal independence in 1957. The author provides "macro-historical" narratives of foreign policy practices and outcomes over distinct time periods under the tenures of the five prime ministers. One chapter delves into relations with immediate neighbouring states and another chapter analyses the political economy of foreign policy. A postscript deals with the transition of foreign policy beyond the fifth decade. The concluding chapter suggests that Malaysian middlepowermanship has been in the making in foreign policy practice being particularly evident since the Mahathir years. Employing a critical-constructivist approach throughout the study, the author posits that foreign policy should be appreciated as outcomes of socio-political-economic processes embedded within a Malaysian political culture. In terms of broad policy orientations, Malaysian foreign policy over five decades has navigated over the terrains of neutralism, regionalism, globalization and Islamism. However, the critical engagement of civil society in foreign policy construction remains a formidable challenge.