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La crisi in Afghanistan: l'intervento militare e il recente disimpegno internazionale in una prospettiva regionale [chapter]

Andrea Carati
2019 Eurasiatica  
The paper delves into the Afghanistan crisis in a regional perspective.  ...  For each period, the analysis underlines the activism of regional actors in Afghanistan and how it becomes prominent when the global power tends to disengage.  ...  strategy for Eurasia.  ... 
doi:10.30687/978-88-6969-376-2/013 fatcat:4lklrx255vawtaza42djrqc2mm

Export Pioneers in Latin America

Charles Frederick Sabel, Eduardo Fernandez-Arias, Ricardo Hausmann, Andres Rodriguez-Clare, Ernesto Hugo Stein
2012 Social Science Research Network  
But it will take time for this ensemble of strategies to work, if they do.  ...  cluster-at least for a time.  ...  Embraer and its main rival, Bombardier, a Canadian manufacturer, are successful cases in the sense that they were able to profitably enter the aerospace market with a niche strategy in mid-range jets,  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2080388 fatcat:hyhxco2igzcllb5jrmcr6653ci

Unpacking 'Third Culture Kids': The transnational lives of young people at an international school in Indonesia

Danau Tanu
2016 Journal of Research in International Education  
To my two supervisors I owe several years of gratitude for seeing me through and showing me by example that a woman can do much. This has meant a lot to me.  ...  school with a transient student body).  ...  A volunteer interpreter was present at all times, attesting to the linguistic handicap that Korean parents faced in an Anglophone environment.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1475240916669081 fatcat:xvz7b5vmdjcz5agxjtl5wnz3fu

Environmental Management Accounting Development: Institutionalization, Adoption and Practice

Delphine Gibassier
2014 Social Science Research Network  
projects into carbon, the local units started to feel the lack of strategic input from global as a handicap to the pursuit of the carbon reduction strategy.  ...  also argues that there is no such thing as strategy alignment and that "managers are busy muddling through, betting and tinkering".  ...  How do you choose the actions on which you are going to work for carbon reduction? What kind of recurrent meetings did you put around carbon emissions reduction strategy?  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2420007 fatcat:fef3mqfy6raibopdxvhq6s5ncy

Romania`a Integration in the European Union - Opportunities & Challenges vol 2 (Supplement)

2007 Theoretical and Applied Economics  
The displacements abroad for business or for work have become a life strategy for many Romanians.  ...  with activities in the field of commerce, tourism, bank insurances for a period of 2 years, and exemption for an unlimited period for organizations of blind persons, disabled persons and handicapped persons  ...  • The financing facility for small and medium enterprises represents a common initiative of Program PHARE, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (BERD), European Development Bank of European  ... 
doaj:4baf670ed1ee449a9b55c0dea0c96994 fatcat:jovbrzgjpndcfeoyyp2gvsmzfy

Genetic risks in the entropy age of history. The pandemic

Luis Soto
2020 Zenodo  
This said, we have a much wider view and consider the 'entropic' extinction age of mankind unless the miracle of a change of culture or economic r=evolution happens, but we have preached for 30 years without  ...  All of them will proceed for the profits of Technological industries. And all those risks are censored in peer reviewed magazines.  ...  The second handicap though to explain the incapacity of humans to understand reality and reform its social systems and actions to create a perfect world and manage the planet for its advantage requires  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4318704 fatcat:b6q5hfxd5fb5xejxaasntkqopq

Books, Bullets, and Burqas Anatomy of a Crisis – Educational Development, Society, and the State in Afghanistan [article]

Craig C. Naumann
2022 Zenodo  
Moreover, he provided reasons why a military "solution" to the development crisis was all but impossible.  ...  The author argued in favor of customized development solutions instead of a centrally driven one-size-fits-all approach.  ...  This is a strategy that is applied in other countries, for instance in sub-Saharan Africa (it can be foreseen that the lobbies of the PRESET trainer preparation "networks" will protest against such a strategy  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6344865 fatcat:7ppv4mmejbfyfpa245baua2mn4

Migration, imagination, poétique. Le paradigme transnational chez Marie-Célie Agnant

Antje Ziethen
2015 Études littéraires  
This was an enormous responsibility for a graduate fresh from the Royal School of Mines, let alone one handicapped by fragile health and dwarfism.  ...  é c i t m é t i s souvent et travaillent ensemble.  ...  On one hand, Vassanji's travelogue is easily accommodated within a postcolonial model that features South Asian Canadian literature in a primary connection to the Indian subcontinent.  ... 
doi:10.7202/1035087ar fatcat:6akvwyzwqjbrzis4favs2u57ga

Overcoming the overcoming story : critical disability studies informed geneologies of compulsory heroism

Elizabeth DeVolder
The "overcomer"—the person who succeeds against all odds—has become a persistent cultural trope for persons with disability.  ...  I argue, extending Adrienne Rich's compulsory heterosexuality (1994) and Rob McRuer's compulsory able-bodiedness (2006), that, as an effect and strategy of normalization, compulsory heroism has become  ...  Each cluster pointed toward a "hotspot" for exploration.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0354700 fatcat:nceil4qt2zb4lhzgbgn3r3qhlu

In The Eye Of Power: China And Xinjiang From The Qing Conquest To The 'New Great Game' For Central Asia, 1759-2004

Michael Edmund Clarke, University, My, Colin Mackerras
First, how - by what processes, means and strategies - did Xinjiang arrive at its contemporary position as a province of the PRC?  ...  The Qing conquest of 'Xinjiang' ('New Dominion' or 'New Territory') in 1759 proved to be a watershed development in the complex and often ambiguous relation between China and the amorphous Xiyu or 'Western  ...  grand strategy built around a plan for collision with the sea powers.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/2025 fatcat:c7m2goh4i5bjjnn5xzfrocr7ke

A conceptual framework for the neurobiological study of resilience

Raffael Kalisch, Marianne B. Müller, Oliver Tüscher
2014 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
and treatment strategies.  ...  Focusing on resilience rather than pathophysiology in many ways represents a paradigm shift in clinical-psychological and psychiatric research that has great potential for the development of new prevention  ...  for Asian American participants as compared with European American participants.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x1400082x pmid:25158686 fatcat:5jooovtaarbqzg25eml7jl7zji

The value of "negative" appraisals for resilience. Is positive (re)appraisal always good and negative always bad?

Alexandra M. Freund, Ursula M. Staudinger
2015 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
AbstractIn contrast to the PASTOR model by Kalisch et al. we point to the potential negative long-term effects of positive (re)appraisals of events for resilience.  ...  for Asian American participants as compared with European American participants.  ...  Even this classification may be too broad, and one may have to make a differentiation between, for instance, different classes of physical stressors (pain, noise, handicap, etc.) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x14001526 pmid:26785853 fatcat:puf4hsseovgjpnnhnbmcu2tkci

Resilience: Mediated by not one but many appraisal mechanisms

Patrik N. Juslin
2015 Behavioral and Brain Sciences  
AbstractKalisch et al. discuss the causal process underlying stress in terms of a multidimensional goal-appraisal process, but there are several mechanisms at various levels of the brain that use different  ...  for Asian American participants as compared with European American participants.  ...  Even this classification may be too broad, and one may have to make a differentiation between, for instance, different classes of physical stressors (pain, noise, handicap, etc.) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0140525x14001563 pmid:26786390 fatcat:5sc4jlo6jrbktgm63tkyyi67d4

Conservation biology for all

2010 ChoiceReviews  
Using biodiversity as a justification for nature protection in the U. S. Wild Earth, 6, 71-80. Harris, L. D. (1984).  ...  A. (2007). Tropical conservation biology. Blackwell, Oxford, UK. Soulé, M. E. (1980). Thresholds for survival: criteria for maintenance of fitness and evolutionary potential. In M. E. Soulé, and B.  ...  These were once extremely abundant and formed dense clusters along 3000 km of coastal Atlantic forest.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.48-2055 fatcat:qwhlin7vk5cqllgqrijinrsmka

Exploring the bayesian hierarchical approach for the statistical modeling of spatial structures: application in population ecology T H È S E pour obtenir le grade de Sophie ANCELET le 1 Juillet 2008 EXPLOITER L'APPROCHE HIERARCHIQUE BAYESIENNE POUR LA MODELISATION STATISTIQUE DE STRUCTURES SPATIALES

Sophie Ancelet, Docteur De
2006 unpublished
A hidden Markov random field, used to model the spatial structure of genetic diversity, is combined with a bivariate model for the occurrence of genotypes to take into account the possible occurrence of  ...  For most ecological questions, the random processes studied are spatially structured and come from the combined effect of several observed or unobserved random variables interacting at various scales.  ...  Biographical Sketches Sophie Ancelet is a PhD student in applied statistics at the academic institution AgroParisTech from the french Ministry of Agriculture (  ... 
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