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Content-Based Instruction:
TLDR
Content-Based Instruction (CBI) has been found to be an effective approach to teaching English as a second language because with CBI, students can develop their language skills as well as gain access to new concepts through meaningful content. Expand
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The European Union and Internal Security: Guardian of the People?
The subject of Justice and Home Affairs (JHA) within the European Union only developed during the early 1990s and has consequently been a relatively neglected area of study. This however is no longerExpand
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Contending cultures of counterterrorism: transatlantic divergence or convergence?
Terrorist attacks on the United States, Spain and the United Kingdom have underlined the differing responses of Europe and the United States to the 'new terrorism'. This article analyses theseExpand
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International terrorism : a European response to a global threat?
Is there a specifically 'European response' to international terrorism? Bringing together practitioners and academic experts this volume analyses the international context, threat perceptions andExpand
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Redefining Transatlantic Security Relations: The Challenge of Change
Introduction Section I Transatlantic security: Joint venture at risk? 1. Maintaining European security: Issues, interests and attitudes 2. Instability and crises: Risks and challenges for EuropeanExpand
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Anglo-American Approaches to Alliance Security, 1955-60
  • G. Rees
  • Political Science
  • 1 February 1996
Introduction - The United States, Britain and their Alliances - The Nature of War - The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation - The Baghdad Pact or Central Treaty Organisation - The South East AsiaExpand
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Britain and the Western European union
  • G. Rees
  • Political Science
  • 1 December 1996
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Britain and post‐cold war arms transfers
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The Nature of War
It is necessary to understand how those groups in the United States and Britain, responsible for military policy, understood the nature of warfare in this period. The manner in which they envisagedExpand
The History of the WEU