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  • favor
  • Business men of these nationalities frequently support their respective fascisms simply because they must trade with Germany or Italy and need the favor of these governments for their business, or they are afraid of boycotts, etc. (thirdworldtraveler.com)
  • In contrast, most of those who have shaped American foreign policy have been professional politicians, accustomed to thinking of individual recognition, career progress, and personal income in connection with party favor and victory at the polls. (encyclopedia.com)
  • governor
  • The governor, who is a blustery weather front all his own, lashed his party in unrelenting, not to mention thoroughly entertaining, fashion Wednesday. (nytimes.com)
  • Denmark
  • To ensure further protection of the rights of the German minority in Southern Denmark, Denmark has become party to the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities (entered into force in Denmark on 1 February 1998) and the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages (entered into force in Denmark on 1 January 2001). (denmark.dk)
  • considers
  • An overwhelming majority of Turkish people considers Uyghurs as their ethnic brethren living in ancestral lands under oppression, and demands their government to be more vocal about their rights. (atimes.com)
  • politicians
  • And with more and more politicians feeling threat to their lives, it's high time the government took concrete measures to not only overhaul the police force but also boost their morale. (hindustantimes.com)
  • Could these individuals, being practical party politicians, be expected to forget domestic politics when they weigh foreign policy alternatives? (encyclopedia.com)
  • As the Hay example illustrates, politicians often have had particular and deeply felt ideas about international matters, ideas that their party (or a large segment of their party) have shared or endorsed. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Splits in the ruling class have emerged recently, with members of the church and the army speaking out against the coalition government , and now all the sordid links between the media, the police, and politicians have been exposed by the revelations of the phone hacking scandal (see Phone hacking scandal rocks establishment and News of the World Scandal: the ugly face of Capitalism ). (marxist.com)
  • Racial
  • A collection of independent native states, separated from one another by great distances, by differences of history and traditions and by ethnological, racial, tribal, political, social and religious barriers. (frontline.org.za)
  • principles
  • This paper tries to identify certain core principles of the Dutch democratic system that are reflected in the institutions and political culture that have to come to define the democratic system and are derived from the intellectual context in which the system emerged. (ciaonet.org)
  • The second question is: which ideas on democracy of key political thinkers of the 19th and early 20th century are relevant to understanding the core principles of Dutch democracy? (ciaonet.org)
  • different
  • Well, the question is, knowing what we know today, if the years were to be rolled back 52 years in time, are we going to do anything different? (ghanaweb.com)
  • And, at least in theory, the two parties have a very different approach to the economy. (esquire.com)
  • Gadkari said, "This is for the first time after Emergency that different political parties having differences have come together" against the Government decisions. (jagran.com)
  • ethnic
  • The long-running conflict in the predominantly Jukun town of Wukari in the Middle Belt appears indicative of the way in which ethnic conflicts have been exploited for political purposes. (onwar.com)
  • Because they play this role of a quasi- government, all residents in a given area are expected to owe obedience to (and pay tribute to) a traditional ruler, regardless of whether they are of the same ethnic group. (onwar.com)
  • On the other hand, many Baganda who had joined the NRA and received a political education in the Ten-Point Program rejected ethnic loyalty as the basis of political organization. (countrystudies.us)
  • self-government
  • The book's title refers to the sentiments that informed both the Northern and Southern views of the conflict: the South seceded in the name of that freedom of self-determination and self-government for which their fathers had fought in 1776, while the North stood fast in defense of the Union founded by those fathers as the bulwark of American liberty. (google.com)
  • Due to their special status nationally, historically and geographically, these parts of the realm have an extensive type of self-government and have assumed legislative and administrative responsibility in a substantial number of fields. (denmark.dk)
  • In 2005, a new self-government arrangement came into force in the Faroe Islands, and in 2009 a self-government arrangement for Greenland replaced the Greenland Home Rule Arrangement. (denmark.dk)
  • majority
  • As a result of the 2006 U.S. midterm election, the Democratic Party gained a majority of state governorships and U.S. House and Senate seats. (eponline.com)
  • democracy
  • It will also provide us with an opportunity to reflect on women in Irish society over the last century and how we went from a situation in 1919 when Countess Markievicz was the first female minister in a modern democracy, to a situation today where women are still under-represented in Irish politics. (finegael.ie)
  • This paper explores the normative theories on democracy of a number of political thinkers in the Netherlands. (ciaonet.org)
  • However
  • However, there was internal tension within the NPN because of what the Jukun considered to be preferred treatment of the Tiv in Wukari on the part of the government. (onwar.com)
  • By this time, however, his influence was growing within the federation. (teara.govt.nz)
  • national
  • This paper argues that at a time in which higher education has become central to the concerns of EU institutions as well as national governments, it is helpful to understand current policy initiatives - both the spin offs from the EU's Lisbon strategy and the intergovernmental Bologna Process - in the comparative terms of the dynamics of policy-making. (ciaonet.org)
  • He listed the needs for a more equitable distribution of the national burden, affordable housing, and changing the system of government as his would-be coalition's three top priorities. (timesofisrael.com)
  • upon
  • Term limits, limits upon campaign "time" as well as inclusive political competition for third parties would reduce the gridlock in politics. (ontheissues.org)
  • The ruling class is beginning to lose its political grip on society and people are beginning to question the traditional pillars that society has rested upon for centuries. (marxist.com)
  • local government
  • Tivs argued that a Jukun candidate had been elected head of the local government only because many Tivs were not registered to vote because they had been displaced in the fighting. (onwar.com)
  • play
  • We don't want to play politics on this. (jagran.com)
  • Internationally, people have been stunned and governments have been rattled by the invention of WikiLeaks, which has helped to play a major role in exposing the backroom deals and machinations of international "diplomacy" and foreign affairs . (marxist.com)
  • role
  • Last year, for the first time, the role of women in the revolutionary generation was fully reflected. (finegael.ie)
  • I developed an ambition partly from the cheap affluence that surrounded my community at the time and mostly from some easy role models. (ghanaweb.com)
  • Examining its brokerage position in policy networks, this article asks what kind of role does the Commission have in the political interactions in Brussels after the year 2000. (ciaonet.org)
  • As with the earl's contemporary, Louis IX of France, de Montfort's role as a prominent crusader contributed both to his political reforms in life and his aura of sanctity after death, despite his status as a layman. (oatd.org)
  • little
  • It has been developed in response to requests from students who had had no contact with Latin before and who felt they would like to spend a little time preparing for the kind of learning that takes place on a classical language course. (nottingham.ac.uk)
  • British
  • The further backward we look, the further forward we can see" This is an insightful prelude, once made by WINSTON CHURCHILL, one time British prime minister. (ghanaweb.com)
  • The first step towards building Nigeria came in 1900 with the creation by the British government of the Northern and Southern Protectorates, along with the Colony of Lagos. (frontline.org.za)
  • candidate
  • In the same year, significantly, he acted as manager for M. J. Savage's unsuccessful campaign for the Auckland Central electorate as candidate of the Socialist Party. (teara.govt.nz)
  • reaction
  • In other words, while Turkey had rightfully protested acts of violence in the region before, this time it did so as a reaction to a ban against religious practices, while "allegations" and unreferenced "reports" provided sufficient ground to give this response. (atimes.com)
  • Most of them did this without reading the report, and nobody had time to dig into the numbers and base their reaction on any substantial factual reason. (esquire.com)
  • last time
  • Mr. de Blasio's involvement with the Sandinistas didn't happen in 1917" - This is a reference to the Bolsheviks' storming of the Winter Palace and not the last time the Jets won the Super Bowl - "it happened 70 years later when the cruelty and intrinsic failure of Communism became crystal clear to anyone with a modicum of reason. (nytimes.com)
  • taken
  • Though commendable, yet the steps taken by the government -- after five youths drove down CO, Chowk on the bonnet of their jeep in the rush hour of the evening -- are not enough to revive the confidence of the police and public alike. (hindustantimes.com)
  • They're the responsibilities of the Commonwealth government and I would have hoped that the Victorian government would have taken a more co-operative approach to that process. (joannenova.com.au)
  • designed to make
  • We've enacted new legislation to bring down the cost of childcare, we've introduced a second free pre-school year and we've introduced paternity leave for Dads for the first time ever- all designed to make life easier for working parents," Deputy Doherty said. (finegael.ie)
  • months
  • Twenty Government Bills have been enacted since this Government formed just over ten months ago. (finegael.ie)
  • Despite the high number of casualties and the scale of the displacement, the Government delayed for months before sending in the army to restore order (which they seem to have done even-handedly). (onwar.com)
  • career
  • They can be seen at political functions, especially of various youth wings, as their ambition is to make a career in politics. (hindustantimes.com)
  • As we've discussed before , the Wall Street banksters have no better friend on the Democratic side of the House than Murphy, and they have helped finance a shabby political career that includes membership on the House Financial Services Committee, where he carries their water shamelessly. (blogspot.com)
  • history
  • While each law may have its own driving force and history, this article concentrates on the historical relationship of environmental laws and party division. (eponline.com)
  • nothing to stop
  • A number of accounts suggest that the mobile police acted in complicity with Jukuns in burning down Tiv villages and that the government did nothing to stop them. (onwar.com)
  • issues
  • In the words of the historian Fred Harvey Harrington, "Success in American foreign policy, like success on domestic issues, requires continuing success in domestic politics. (encyclopedia.com)
  • ideas
  • On the other hand, they find themselves devoting more and more time to stroking donors' egos, weighing their ideas, and soothing supporters whose panicked phone calls can be prompted by anything from an alarming Twitter post to a small stumble on a morning show. (blogspot.com)