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The politics of the Arab rebellion in Palestine 1936–39
The Arab revolt in Palestine, 1936 to 1939 when assessed overall appears as a protected yet sporadic peasant war. Such a characterisation should not, however, obscure the fact that the revolt was in
Moving beyond the cathedral model for IT development
It is worth looking at New Zealand, which has achieved high levels of computerisation, such as laboratory tests, discharge summaries, and outpatient letters routinely sent to general practitioners electronically; remote access to laboratory and other reports from any public sector hospital in the country; and patientRemote access to their GP record.
Why many hands make IT work.
The Irish Underground and the War of Independence 1919-21
  • T. Bowden
  • Political Science, History
  • 1 April 1973
Our subject, the evolution of revolutionary warfare in Ireland, is not solely concerned with the military sphere. It is in fact part of the wider field of politics-the subrosa politics of
The People's Liberation Army: Communist China's Armed Forces . By Angus M. Fraser. [New York: Crane, Russak, 1973. London: Leo Cooper, 1975. 57 pp. £4·25.] - Demain…l'armée chinoise . By Jean-Pierre
  • T. Bowden
  • Political Science
    The China Quarterly
  • 1 December 1976
Steve S. K. Chin clearly succeeds in upholding his two hypotheses. However, these hypotheses are no more than connecting threads in the book. The more important objective of the study is a scientific