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Nickel tetrasulfonated phthalocyanine based platinum microelectrode array for nitric oxide oxidation
We report in this paper on the electrochemical formation of nickel tetrasulfonated phthalocyanine (NiTSPc) based films on bulk Pt disk microelectrodes (diameter d = 50 μm) and thin-film Pt microdiskExpand
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Development of a simple and low cost microbioreactor for high-throughput bioprocessing
A simple microbioreactor for high-throughput bioprocessing made from low cost polymer polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) tubes with a working volume of 1.5 ml is described. We have developed aExpand
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Teaching and Learning in Nanjing: Community, Communities, and Politics in an Overseas Program
ABSTRACT One of the environments in which political science faculty most directly face issues of community, communities, and politics is when they find themselves teaching in programs abroad. TheExpand
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Making Laboratory Measurements on a Chip
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Arms for Uncertainty: Nuclear Weapons in US and Russian Security Policy, by Cimbala, Stephen J.
Discussions of national security policy in recent years have tended to focus on the threat of terrorism, the legacy of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, or the consequences of growing ChineseExpand
The National Security Council
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Do Humanitarian Interventions Help Humanity? An Economic Analysis of the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ Norm in Intrastate Conflicts
In this paper, we present a two-stage game of intrastate armed confrontation and third-party humanitarian intervention to examine political, human, and economic implications of the ‘responsibilityExpand
Theories of International Relations: Transition vs. Persistence
  • V. Auger
  • Sociology
  • The Journal of Politics
  • 1 February 2004
end or in any predictable direction. Implicit in this view of history is a belief that both the objective and subjective dimensions of global politics are mutable. Change, while hardly predetermined,Expand
The Dynamics of Foreign Policy Analysis: The Carter Administration and the Neutron Bomb
Using the case of the neutron bomb, this text examines the development of a dynamic theory of foreign policy analysis during the Carter administration. It argues that the neutron bomb episodeExpand
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The responsibility to protect: six years after
At the 2005 World Summit at United Nations (UN) headquarters in New York, the assembled leaders of most of the nations of the world gave their unanimous approval to an “outcome document” that, amongExpand
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