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It has become so impossible to ignore that some Arab-Muslim intellectuals have started to point out this backwardness with brutal honesty and to demand solutions. They do this in defiance of their authoritarian governments, who prefer to use their media not to encourage honest debate, but rather to blame all their problems on others-on America, on Israel, or on a legacy of Western colonialism-on anything and anyone but the dead hand of these authoritarian regimes. According to the second Arab Human Development Report, which was written in 2003 for the United Nations Development Program by a group of courageous Arab social scientists, between 1980 and 1999, Arab countries produced 171 international patents. South Korea alone during that same period registered 16,328 patents. Hewlett-Packard registers, on average, 11 new patents a day. The average number of scientists and engineers working in research and development in the Arab countries is 371 per million people, while the world average, including countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, is 979, the report said ...
|International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America|
|Economic and Financial Developments in Latin America|
|Does the Investment Climate Matter? Microeconomic Foundations of Growth in Latin America|
|Transnational Financial Structures in the Cinema of Latin America. Programa Ibermedia in Study|
I managed to get involved in the ‘making of’ the film Mariposa Negra/Black Butterfly (Francisco Lombardi 2006).
|From Geopolitics to Geoeconomics. The European Union’s Promotion of Regional Integration in Latin America, 1980s – today|
The policy has evolved considerably from modest beginnings in the 1980s to increasing commitments in both quantitative and qualitative terms in more recent years.
|Consequences for Spain' s Banks Financial Crisis in Latin America.|
Vienna, November 2005 The macroeconomic determinants of recent periods of crisis in Latin America are analyzed and positive future growth perspectives are examined.
|STABLE DEMOCRACIES IN LATIN AMERICA. A Step Towards Democratic Consolidation|
Use of QCA for the cases analyzed by the authors sharpens the identification of structural conditions (political and socioeconomic) –indeed, general historical paths– favoring stable democracy in Latin America in two different periods, initial democratization and second-waves of democratization.
|Yearning To Be Free. Liberation Theology in Latin America and the Vatican, 1962-2004|
In this manuscript, the historical relationship between the Catholic Church and the peoples of Latin America on the formation, development, and political implications of liberation theology is examined. "Don' t separate your faith from your politics," Pope John Paul II exhorted Polish Catholics in Krakow, Poland during his August 2002 pilgrimage. The Pope urged the Polish faithful to continue along the path of democracy which they had laid in the wake of communism. The message from both Pope Paul VI and Pope John Paul II, as well as now Pope Benedict XVI to Catholics worldwide, since the end of the Second Vatican Council in 1965, has been that a person' s faith must inform his or her political views and activities.
|Realism, Globalization, and Latin America. The Quest for Democracy in the Work of Alejandro Serrano Caldera|
The present work, accordingly, draws from Alejandro Serrano Caldera, a Nicaraguan philosopher and social critic, to critique realism and develop an anti-realist social vision on which to build a new type of nation, ethic, and politics grounded on human praxis.
|Latin America's Turn to the Left. Between Populism and a new Socio-economic and Political Model|
The book discusses the reasons behind this change.
|Major obstacles and possible strategies – A socioeconomic analysis Latin America’s struggle for sustainable development.|
In this book the author first outlines the emergence of sustainability as a global principle.
|Corporate Environmental Performance and Sustainable Development. Examining A Natural Experiment in Latin America|
Through extensive fieldwork and statistical analysis, a number of surprising conclusions are drawn about the dramatic differences between, and motivating factors for, multi-national practices across different countries.
|Women in Latin American Politics. Gender, Quota Laws, and the Struggles of Women’s Social Movements in Latin America|
The literature also suggests that quota laws have not entirely been able to produce the desired outcomes as proposed by women’s social movements in the region.
|Management of intrinsic quality characteristics for specialty coffee. A framework developed and tested in coffee growing regions across Latin America|
Commercial sensorial data from Colombia, Honduras and Mexico are used to develop and test the framework.
|Disney Channel Latin America|
It is broadcast in five feeds, North Zone, Center Zone, South Zone, Pacific Zone and Brazil.
|Chinatowns in Latin America|
Estimates widely vary on the number of Chinese Descendants in Latin America but it is at least 1. 4 million and likely much greater than this.
|Cartoon Network (Latin America)|
It started broadcasting in 1993.
|Water Supply and Sanitation in Latin America|
It also differs substantially among and within countries.
|American supremacy, the rise and progress of the Latin America Republics and their relations to the United States under the Monroe Doctrine|
|Commercial travelers' guide to Latin America|
Несмотря на то, что была проведена серьезная работа по восстановлению первоначального качества издания, на некоторых страницах могут обнаружиться небольшие "огрехи": помарки, кляксы и т. п. Книга представляет собой репринтное издание.
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