Author: Brian Crozier
Publisher: Universe Publishing(NY)
Category: Cold War
Author: Harry Allen Overstreet
Publisher: W. W. Norton
Hibiscus's war, which he definitely wasn't going to say out loud in the Ministry of War. He wasn't dumb. He just wanted to see a real strategy room, with real communication with a real battlefront, and try understanding that the way he ...
Author: Arkady Martine
Publisher: Tor Books
After the war, Lewis F. Richardson (1960a), a Quaker, physicist, and founder of peace science, was the first to use ... thought of arms races as a factor bringing about war, what is often called the armaments-tension spiral hypothesis.
Author: Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
Publisher: CQ Press
Category: Political Science
... sham of diplomatic contacts and the so-called peace talks such as the Frankfurt process,19 the war the group fought against the SPLA was a war by proxy, a war on behalf of the NIF, which began to provide Machar with war materiel, ...
Author: Manṣūr Khālid
46 Finally, although the administration did not delude itself into thinking that resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would be easy, renewed support for the so-called peace process constituted the third leg ofWashington's planned ...
Author: Matthew Moten
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
K. Yamane Department of Humanities, University of Kochi, Japan Keywords: peace, war, museum, exhibit, ... Peace Museums Worldwide was published by the United Nations in 1995 and museums for peace can be called “peace museums”.
Author: Ursula Oswald Spring, Ada Aharoni, Ralph V. Summy, Robert Charles Elliot
Publisher: EOLSS Publications
This so-called 'peace offer' was discussed by the War Cabinet on 9 October. Churchill was first into the discussion, warning that 'our reply must be more definite than had been contemplated a few days previously' and that the Cabinet ...
Author: Robin Prior
Publisher: Yale University Press
We are struggling to determine the fate of the world — against barbarity and despotism ; against the system of provocations and methodical menaces which Germany called peace ; against the insolent hegemony of a military caste .
Category: World War, 1914-1918
They continue to carry on the war and advance the so-called “peace negotiations” in an attempt to fool public opinion to save their stooge regime from collapse. The South Vietnamese people and the PRGRSV fully support the goals and ...
Author: British Broadcasting Corporation. Monitoring Service
Category: East Asia