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Author: Sonia Lucarelli

the answer when they say that 'German initiatives were not driven by a naive altruism or blind fealty to international institutions?O ... [However,] alongside with [these] instrumental calculations, the German push for European integration was motivated by a more reflexive rationale based on the

In: Europe and the Breakup of Yugoslavia

plants, animals and other living organisms should also not be patentable.” In 2000, the Africa Group lead by Mauritius presented a communication to the TRIPS Council arguing that “the co-modification and marketing of life structures violates the cultural principles of quite a number of societies” ( WTO

In: International Negotiation

, this study seeks to identify factors that motivate and/or constrain individuals’ engagement in conversations about foreign countries. A survey and semi-structured interviews were conducted with sojourners who temporarily resided in Macao. When choosing how (i.e., channels) and what (i.e., content

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In: Asian International Studies Review
Author: Erika Svedberg

-world produced lonely individuals, who were either passively exploited or simply motivated in life by ferocious egoism. In many instances, people in both ideological camps believed the image reproduction to be important and true descriptions of the Other-place on the opposite pole. Although a discussion of the

In: International Negotiation
Author: Erwin Dahinden

performing any act, or iii. seriously destabilising or destroying the fundamental political, constitutional, economic or social structures of a country or an international organisation: a. attacks upon a person's life which may cause death; b. attacks upon the physical integrity of a person; c. kidnapping

In: International Peacekeeping: The Yearbook of International Peace Operations

national, ethnic, racial, or religious group, as such: a. killing members of the group; b. causing serious bodily harm to members of the group; 1 Lemkin’s life story was described by Samantha Power in her book, A Problem from Hell (2002). See also the special issue of the Journal of Genocide Research

In: International Crimes and Other Gross Human Rights Violations
Authors: Huang and Evert Van de Vliert

so in a sequential rather than simultaneous fash- ion. By conducting two subsequent analyses, first at the individual level and then at the country level, they demonstrated that the cross-national variations in a particular psychological relationship, the link between self-esteem and life

In: International Negotiation
Author: Raymond Saner

: Do they play a significant role in business life (Asia, Arab world) or virtually none at all (Germany)? • Contact and affiliation: Official and formal, or casual with a glass of beer after a day’s work (this varies from country to country and also according to social class)? • Mr/Mrs/Ms or first name

In: The Expert Negotiator
Author: Raymond Saner

: Do they play a significant role in business life (Asia, Arab world) or virtually none at all (Germany)? • Contact and affiliation: Official and formal, or casual with a glass of beer after a day’s work (this varies from country to country and also according to social class)? • Mr/Mrs/Ms or first name

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In: The Expert Negotiator, 4th Edition
Author: Raymond Saner

? Wife and mother (Arab world) or equal colleague (Scandinavia)? • Personal relationships: Do they play a significant role in business life (Asia, Arab world) or virtually none at all (Germany)? • Contact and affiliation: Official and formal, or casual with a glass of beer after a day's work (this

In: The Expert Negotiator