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Ending Empire
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Ending Empire ab 29.49 EURO Contested Sovereignty and Territorial Partition

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Quebec Independence Referendum, 1995
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Quebec Independence Referendum, 1995. Quiet Revolution, Quebec independence referendum, 1980, Quebec, Referendum, Constitution of Canada, Patriation, Pierre Trudeau, Supreme Court of Canada, Quebec sovereignty movement, Constitution Act, 1982, Canadian federal election, 1993 Quebec general election, 1994, Canadian House of Commons, Official Opposition (Canada), Action démocratique du Québec, Canadian federalism, National Assembly of Quebec, Baie- James, Quebec, Partition of Quebec, Alliance Quebec, Place du Canada, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration (Canada), Bishop's University, Lennoxville, Quebec, Quebec Liberal Party, Money and the ethnic vote, Clarity Act, Politics of Quebec, History of Quebec

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The Old City - Jerusalem Initiative for Peace
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The ancient city of Jerusalem is known worldwide both in history and our modern times as central issue to the religion and the nationalism of Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs, both Muslim and Christian, alike in which it makes it the most emotional and volatile of all the issues in dispute between the two parties. The heart of the dispute over Jerusalem is known widely as the Old City. It is there we find the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Western Wall and the Temple Mount/Haram al Sharif Beyond the religious significance, the city of Jerusalem is also seen as the national capital of both Jews and Palestinian Arabs. It was the central city in the Kingdom of Judah, and thus the only identifiable capital Jews have had in their history... The international community does not technically recognize either Israeli or Palestinian sovereignty over any part of Jerusalem. The 1947 United Nations plan to partition Palestine stipulated that Jerusalem would be under international jurisdiction, providing for the protection of the people and sites in the contested city. None of the events since then have been recognized by the international community as changing that status.

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International Security & Failed States
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The balance of power between states is no longer the sole source of state insecurity. In the twenty-first century it will increasingly be joined by non-state threats lurking behind de jure sovereignty. Disease, piracy, terrorism, organized crime, and rapacious corporations all take advantage of the poverty and lack of institutional capacity endemic to failed and weak states. Since these threats are not contained by borders, it is a security imperative that states engage in state-building operations. For state-building to be successful in this context, the role of identity must be incorporated into the process to secure the blessings of legitimacy. Partition or federacy offer two structural solutions to the problem of incorporating divergent identities into the process of building legitimate institutional capacity and strength.

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Quebec Sovereignty Movement
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Quebec sovereignty movement. History of the Quebec sovereignty movement, Quebec nationalism, Quebec independence referendum, 1980, Quebec independence referendum, 1995, Partition of Quebec, Politics of Quebec, Separatism, Sovereignty, October Crisis, Secession, Secessionist movements of Canada, Quebec federalist ideology, Alberta separatism

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Moldova
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Moldova is a new nation-state with a long history. Despite only recently gaining independence, following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, Moldova's roots stretch all the way back to the Principality of Moldavia, established in 1359. After centuries toiling under Ottoman control, and latterly Russian Imperial rule, the Moldovans briefly tasted independence in the early twentieth century, before being annexed by the Soviet Union. In recent times, the Transnistrian Dispute has once again threatened the sovereignty, and indeed the independence, of Moldova and this conflict remains unresolved today.For the first time in English, this book places the problems of contemporary Moldova in a long-term historical perspective. It argues that the Moldovans' complex relations with the Russians and the West are not simply the product of the Soviet era but have their roots in earlier centuries. Haynes contends that the Moldovan lands, and Moldovan identity and culture, have long been contested: by the Roman and Byzantine Empires of antiquity, by the expanding Hungarian and Polish-Lithuanian kingdoms in the Middle Ages, by the Ottoman, Habsburg, Russian and Soviet empires in more recent centuries, and by the Romanian state. The book provides a political and cultural history of the growth and development of the medieval Principality of Moldova, the Principality's partition and Russian rule in Bessarabia from 1812, Bessarabia under Romanian rule in the inter-war period, Soviet Moldova and the independent Republic of Moldova.

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Shared sovereignty and denationalisation of sta...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1,3, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), 51 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Although the process of globalisation is an old-dated phenomenon, which can be settled back to the first intercontinental commercial exchanges (cf. Streeck 2005), only recent events have modified the traditional relation among nation-states. The collapse of the Berlin wall and the downfall of the USSR, the growth of the Pacific Asian economies and the expansion of new communication systems have dissolved the conventional threefold partition of the globe in the idea of a 'one world' structured on an axis organised in three principal regional blocks: North America, Western Europe, and Pacific Asia (cf. Taylor/ Flint 2000:4-5). Globalisation has altered all core tasks of the nation-state concerning territoriality, taxation and citizenship. The formulation of policies has shifted from the national context to a complex environment, which embraces the regional and international dimension. These circumstances have affected the representative role of the state as decisional system and have led to a situation, in which sovereignty is shared among multiple actors, who have to deal with new sources of legitimisation beyond the domestic environment (cf. Luhmann 1994:15-20). Thus, traditional foundations for the political order are destabilized due to the fact that 'vertically organised national cultures and national economies are gradually being replaced by new horizontal and global networks' (van Ham 2001:37-8). From this angle, the European Union (hereafter also EU or Union) could be conceived as a regional answer to the process of globalisation, in which European integration is adapting European societies, economies and political organisations to a globalised competitive rule system (cf. van Ham 2001). Nevertheless, if the understanding of the EU as a regional variant to globalisation explains the necessity of European integration, it leaves ground for questions regarding the changes in the relationship between governance and government. Moreover, assumed that European integration, owing its intergovernmental bias, is chiefly managed by national executives (cf. Moravcsik 1993), a multi-level system of governance undermines the core functions of governments as principal linkage between the institutional level of decision-making and the society (cf. Poguntke 2000). In this dissertation I will evaluate, at the example of the European Union, the hypothesis that governance has eclipsed government. The intention is to analyse if the European decisional system has destabilized the role of national governments and eroded the classical link between national institutions and society. Furthermore, I will analyse to which degree these supposed changes are to be ascribed to the institutional configuration of the European Union.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Zionism and the British Mandate
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Pre-University Paper from the year 2007 in the subject English - Applied Geography, grade: 1,0, Hochfranken-Gymnasium Naila, language: English, abstract: The paper deals with the emergence of modern Zionism, spurred by pogroms and persecution directed against European Jewry. It highlights the situation in Palestine under Ottoman rule, before and after Jewish mass immigration. The decades before the foundation of the Jewish state are of particular interest. The British Mandate period illustrates the competing struggle of two ethnic groups, i.e. Arabs and Jews, for sovereignty in the entity called Palestine. A superpower (Great Britain) attempts to contain sparking violence and works hard on equitable and fair solutions, e.g. various partition plans (two-state solutions). Modern-day politicians and conflict analysts should take this history into account.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Shared sovereignty and denationalisation of sta...
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: 1,3, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), 51 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Although the process of globalisation is an old-dated phenomenon, which can be settled back to the first intercontinental commercial exchanges (cf. Streeck 2005), only recent events have modified the traditional relation among nation-states. The collapse of the Berlin wall and the downfall of the USSR, the growth of the Pacific Asian economies and the expansion of new communication systems have dissolved the conventional threefold partition of the globe in the idea of a 'one world' structured on an axis organised in three principal regional blocks: North America, Western Europe, and Pacific Asia (cf. Taylor/ Flint 2000:4-5). Globalisation has altered all core tasks of the nation-state concerning territoriality, taxation and citizenship. The formulation of policies has shifted from the national context to a complex environment, which embraces the regional and international dimension. These circumstances have affected the representative role of the state as decisional system and have led to a situation, in which sovereignty is shared among multiple actors, who have to deal with new sources of legitimisation beyond the domestic environment (cf. Luhmann 1994:15-20). Thus, traditional foundations for the political order are destabilized due to the fact that 'vertically organised national cultures and national economies are gradually being replaced by new horizontal and global networks' (van Ham 2001:37-8). From this angle, the European Union (hereafter also EU or Union) could be conceived as a regional answer to the process of globalisation, in which European integration is adapting European societies, economies and political organisations to a globalised competitive rule system (cf. van Ham 2001). Nevertheless, if the understanding of the EU as a regional variant to globalisation explains the necessity of European integration, it leaves ground for questions regarding the changes in the relationship between governance and government. Moreover, assumed that European integration, owing its intergovernmental bias, is chiefly managed by national executives (cf. Moravcsik 1993), a multi-level system of governance undermines the core functions of governments as principal linkage between the institutional level of decision-making and the society (cf. Poguntke 2000). In this dissertation I will evaluate, at the example of the European Union, the hypothesis that governance has eclipsed government. The intention is to analyse if the European decisional system has destabilized the role of national governments and eroded the classical link between national institutions and society. Furthermore, I will analyse to which degree these supposed changes are to be ascribed to the institutional configuration of the European Union.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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