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Rooted in a formal-legal tradition, international relationists have been thinking about anarchy and sovereignty wrong for over a century. Building on an alternative view of relational authority and recent research on the practice of sovereignty, a new conception of security hierarchy is developed that varies along a continuum from alliances at one end to(More)
One of the most curious aspects of the 2004 presidential election was the strength and resilience of the belief among many Americans that Saddam Hussein was linked to the terrorist attacks of September 11. Scholars have suggested that this belief was the result of a campaign of false information and innuendo from the Bush administration. We call this the(More)
Vorgestellt wird eine 78-jährige Patientin mit osteoporotisch bedingten Sinterungsfrakturen von Th12 und L4, bei welcher eine perkutane Vertebroplastie (pVp) mit PMMA (Polymethylmethacrylat) durchgeführt wurde. Im Rahmen der Mobilisation kam es zu Anschlussfrakturen von Th11 und L1, welche ebenfalls augmentiert wurden. Postoperativ zeigte sich eine massive(More)
This article deals with the Muslim community in Sweden in view of the majority–minority dynamics with focus on how values, attitudes, behaviors, and practices of the Swedish majority influence Muslim minority communities and how majority society’s approach to Muslims and Islam influences both the relationship Muslims have with non-Muslims and the(More)
Saddam Hussein's Iraq often appears immune to coercion. 1 Despite military strikes, political isolation and seven years of the most comprehensive sanctions ever imposed on a country, Saddam has refused to abandon his ambitions for regional hegemony, dismantle his weapons of mass destruction (WMD) programmes, repay Kuwaitis for war atrocities, or otherwise(More)
Enemy of the State: The Trial and Execution of Saddam Hussein,1 written by Michael A. Newton2 and Michael P. Scharf,3 is a fascinating, insider’s account of the establishment of the Iraqi High Tribunal (IHT) in Baghdad and its first trial against former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein. The book does a fine job exploring the background of the Tribunal’s(More)
The three guiding principles of R2P are: the responsibility of the state to protect its population from genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, and ethnic cleansing; the international community's responsibility to assist the state to fulfill its responsibility; and the international community's responsibility to intervene through coercive measures if(More)
This paper through Comparative analysis of This Discrete Polar Complex Exponential Transform approach is improved from traditional Polar Complex Exponential Transform (PCET) and this transform also encompasses the features of orthogonality and rotation invariance. We introduce a new 9×9 circle instead of a unit circle in DPCET to calculate features of image(More)
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