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Danish Institute for International Studies

Anders Henriksen
2006 Nordic Journal of International Law  
countries (Syria, DPRK, Burma/Myanmar and Iran), as well as in other resolutions such as the torture resolution, which is presented by Denmark.  ...  Support to civil society both through Danish and local NGOs will be a central element in a rights based approach to development.  ... 
doi:10.1163/157181006778530777 fatcat:7nuz54hfxffc5cflxmzpv564uq

BANKING POLICY OF HUNGARY
БАНКОВСКАЯ ПОЛИТИКА ВЕНГРИИ

A. Betmakaev, I. Yudina
2019 Mirovaya Ekonomika i Mezhdunarodnye Otnosheniya  
The project's multidimensional, nuanced and disaggregated approach acknowledges the complexity of the concept of democracy.  ...  and thus serve as an entry point to the world of V-Dem's 18 million data points, whilst also showing what the world looks like today in light of the last 117 years.  ...  Furthermore, EDI includes a measure of the share of adult citizens with the legal right to vote (v2x_suffr) and an indicator of whether the chief executive and members of the legislature in command of  ... 
doi:10.20542/0131-2227-2019-63-4-22-28 fatcat:r6bcgzryb5holmy7bsml3q74x4

Papua-New Guinea [chapter]

C. J. Campbell
2012 Campbell's Atlas of Oil and Gas Depletion  
to result in a change in political rights or civil liberties ratings of 1-7. * indicates a country’s status as an electoral democracy.  ...  This government works to respect the civil and human rights of the citizens of Papua New Guinea; however, problems still exist.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-3576-1_23 fatcat:ciqfk7b2xneo5gk63fyzxqom3y

Canadian Hospitality Foundation [chapter]

2018 The Grants Register 2018  
source in Burma/Myanmar.  ...  Purpose: To bridge the gap between analysis and action in foreign policy by supporting a variety of policy studies and active experiences in policy making.  ...  Candidates must be able and willing to communicate in German and possess a good command of professional vocabulary in their field; minimum of 2 years of university level studies in a field related to one  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-94186-5_270 fatcat:cyiupyji4zbthhrtuvanuxnbli

Copenhagen Business School [chapter]

2018 The Grants Register 2018  
source in Burma/Myanmar.  ...  Purpose: To bridge the gap between analysis and action in foreign policy by supporting a variety of policy studies and active experiences in policy making.  ...  Candidates must be able and willing to communicate in German and possess a good command of professional vocabulary in their field; minimum of 2 years of university level studies in a field related to one  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-94186-5_356 fatcat:lgs5dkulnvapxcn3cy76s633ii

EUROPEAN UNION External Action Report on EU action Human rights and democracy in the world Why does EU put so much effort into promoting human rights? Human rights and democracy in the world | Report on EU action

The European Security Strategy, Adopted In
2003 unpublished
Overview 7 A commitment to human rights and democracy is at the heart of the EU. This report seeks to explain how that commitment is put into practice, and why it matters.  ...  These values are common to the Member States in a society in which pluralism, non-discrimination, tolerance, justice, solidarity and equality between women and men prevail."  ...  Direct human rights activities in Burma/Myanmar have hardly been possible.  ... 
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P U B L I C C Subject : EU Annual Report on Human Rights 2007 Please find attached the Preface to the Annual Report on Human Rights 2007

Conseil Uee
2007 unpublished
As we go to press: the military junta has clamped down on attempts at bringing democracy to Burma/Myanmar; the EU is planning to intervene, with a UN Security Council mandate, in Chad to help alleviate  ...  Human rights is a work in progress, with a number of collective and individual successes, heartwarming achievements, but also inevitable disappointments and painful setbacks-there is much more to be done  ...  The resolution on Burma/Myanmar was passed after a defeated no-action motion.  ... 
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Book of Abstracts of the 46th World Conference of the International Council for Traditional Music [article]

Susana Sardo, Kati Szego
2022
How can an understanding of the role of expressive culture in complex systems contribute to global health or environmental policy?  ...  Violations of human rights often manifest in the control or suppression of artistic activity, including music and dance; assertions of human rights, on the other hand, often take the form of artistic expression  ...  Aragão, Pedro (University of Aveiro, INET-md)  ... 
doi:10.48528/rr3x-dv56 fatcat:pfjb6grtvbf2bor6yvbtzc4kka

The post-fordist military: an inquiry into the political economy of private military comparnies

Mark Fulloon, University, My, Tony Van Fossen
2018
As this thesis will show, PMCs are a product of a series of post-Cold War environments in relation to post-Fordism that have led to a new military security paradigm in terms of the state, conflicts, and  ...  The rise and dominance of private military companies (PMCs) have become key factors in a number of conflicts since the end of the Cold War.  ...  Throughout the 1990s for instance, sapphires and rubies provided the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia and the Karen in Burma (Myanmar) with significant revenues.  ... 
doi:10.25904/1912/3821 fatcat:hiw5o3jvx5g7dmbilupnbbz5pu