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The Peace of Westphalia, 1648–1948
The acceptance of the United Nations Charter by the overwhelming majority of the members of the family of nations brings to mind the first great European or world charter, the Peace of Westphalia. ToExpand
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The Peace of Westphalia, 1648–1948
The acceptance of the United Nations Charter by the overwhelming majority of the members of the family of nations brings to mind the first great European or world charter, the Peace of Westphalia. ToExpand
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The Last, Best Hope: Eduardo Frei and Chilean Democracy
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Supreme Court Appointments: Judge Bork and the Politicization of Senate Confirmations
Norman Vieira and Leonard Gross provide an in-depth analysis of the political and legal framework surrounding the confirmation process for Supreme Court nominees. President Ronald Reagan's nominationExpand
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The Dispute between Greece and Turkey Concerning the Continental Shelf in the Aegean
On August 10, 1976, Greece addressed a communication to the President of the Security Council requesting an urgent meeting of the Council on the ground that “following recent repeated flagrantExpand
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The Last Jews in Berlin
In February 1943, four thousand Jews went underground in Berlin. By the end of the war, all but a few hundred of them had died in bombing raids or, He can expand on the genetic composition. In theExpand
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