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Parliaments (1996-2013); and the second phase covers the period from the transformation of the seecp Parliamentary Dimension into the Parliamentary Assembly of the seecp until the present day (2014-2015). There were seven founding parliaments of the seecp Parliamentary Dimension: those of Albania

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

- ted itself to: 8) See Th orvaldur Gylfason, ‘Lessons from the Dutch Disease: Causes, Treatment and Cures’, Working Paper Series W01:06 (Reykjavik: Institute of Economic Studies, University of Iceland, August 2001). 9) All of the negotiation details presented in this and succeeding sections are based

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

’s subnational jurisdiction with ‘other diplomacies’ that are capable of influencing nation-states. During the so-called ‘Roaring Twenties’, debates on the nature of the films presented to the province of Quebec’s public pitted the Catholic clergy against movie theatres. Hollywood values and films that were

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* I would like to acknowledge the research assistance provided by Liam Bekirsky and the significant contribution and insights of Heather Kincaide in preparing this article. The views presented here are my own and should not be attributed to anyone else. Introduction Some of Canada’s First

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

environmental diplomacy: If we compare the past and present, I see that we [Indonesia] have positioned environmental issues as a major concern. Why? Because this is inseparable from the President’s interest and proclaimed policy. President SBY [Yudhoyono] since the beginning was a person who highly cared

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’ distinction between order and safety within the state and anarchy and danger outside. 1 However, increased cross-border mobility of citizens, whether for work or leisure, has introduced new demands for the protection of citizens beyond the national territory, thereby presenting new challenges of care for the

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-policy movement can be understood through the ‘political process’ theory of social movements. This theory holds that in order for movements challenging nation-state policy to mobilize successfully, the appropriate political opportunities must be present at national and local levels. 38 Specifically, the Reagan

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. The practice of the diplomat is to secure peace, the urgency of which is underscored by the ever-present possibility of conflict. Diplomacy requires at least a minimal relaxation of the friend–enemy distinction, sufficient to enable a common political discourse to develop. The diplomat

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Terror report. Introduction On 1 June 2006 the distinguished Swedish diplomat, Hans Blix, presented the report of an independent commission on weapons of mass destruction * ) Disclaimer: Th e views expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United Nations or

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which those issues were presented (for instance, analysing whether the information was positive, negative, or neutral in tone). Qualitative research, in which the researchers are the main instruments for the analysis, requires researchers to acknowledge potential bias that might affect their

In: The Hague Journal of Diplomacy