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Norway Mediation in Sri Lanka
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Norway Mediation in Sri Lanka ab 49.9 € als Taschenbuch: What Factors Explain the Failure of Norwegian Mediation in the Sri Lankan conflict 2000-2009. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Politikwissenschaft,

Anbieter: hugendubel
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Greece in World War II
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Of the campaigns of the Second World War, the Italian-Greek War from October 1940 to April 1941 and the German campaign in Greece (April to May 1941) are still among the neglected aspects of historical research. In Italy, this war has been suppressed, and there is still no scientific reappraisal of it today. In Germany, too, research has hardly dealt with this topic; the Balkan campaign was considered a short episode before the Russian offensive. In Great Britain, a large number of accounts have appeared, all of which have a strongly apologetic character, since they justify the British decision to come to the aid of the Greeks; although this aid led to a military fiasco - as it did a year earlier in Norway - and considerably hindered the victorious British advance in North Africa. Heinz A. Richter's study on Greece in World War II shows the connections between the British decision to provide military support to Greece and the American Lend-leasing legislation. Following on from his account, Richter refutes the historical legend, which has been claimed equally by all participants, according to which Hitler's campaign in Greece cost him victory over Moscow and thus ultimately led to his defeat. Introduction Contingenza Grecia The First Crisis: August 1939 The Time of the Iitalian-Greek Amicizia Oktober 1930 - August 1940 The Second Crisis: August 1940 The Decision-making Process: September 1940 The Unlash: On 28 October 1940 The Italian Offensive: 28 October - 14 November 1940 The Greek Counteroffensive: 14 November - 28 December 1940 January-March 1941: Static Warfare and Mussolini's Failed Counteroffenive The German Mediation Offers: December 1940 - January 1941 Operations Barbarity and Lustre The Intervention of the RAF October - December 1940 Metaxas' Second Ochi: the Wavell-Longmore Mission - January 1941 Operation Lustre: The Planning: February 1941 Operation Lustre: The Eden-Dill: 22 February - 6 March 1941 Operaton Lustre: The Decision-Making Process: March 1941 Operation Marita The Deployment: January - March 1941 The Coup in Belgrade 27 March - 6 April 1941 The Countdown 27 March - 5 April 1941 The Attack on Macedoia 6-10 April 1941 The Breakthrough at Monastiri 10-13 April 1941 The Battle for the Mountain Passes 14-18 April 1941 The Political Crisis 14-18 April 1941 The Surrender in Epirus 18-23 April 1941 The Evacuation 24-29 April 1941 The Division of Booty April-May 1941 Concluding Reflexions Epilogue Bibliography, Index of Names

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Greece in World War II
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Of the campaigns of the Second World War, the Italian-Greek War from October 1940 to April 1941 and the German campaign in Greece (April to May 1941) are still among the neglected aspects of historical research. In Italy, this war has been suppressed, and there is still no scientific reappraisal of it today. In Germany, too, research has hardly dealt with this topic; the Balkan campaign was considered a short episode before the Russian offensive. In Great Britain, a large number of accounts have appeared, all of which have a strongly apologetic character, since they justify the British decision to come to the aid of the Greeks; although this aid led to a military fiasco - as it did a year earlier in Norway - and considerably hindered the victorious British advance in North Africa. Heinz A. Richter's study on Greece in World War II shows the connections between the British decision to provide military support to Greece and the American Lend-leasing legislation. Following on from his account, Richter refutes the historical legend, which has been claimed equally by all participants, according to which Hitler's campaign in Greece cost him victory over Moscow and thus ultimately led to his defeat. Introduction Contingenza Grecia The First Crisis: August 1939 The Time of the Iitalian-Greek Amicizia Oktober 1930 - August 1940 The Second Crisis: August 1940 The Decision-making Process: September 1940 The Unlash: On 28 October 1940 The Italian Offensive: 28 October - 14 November 1940 The Greek Counteroffensive: 14 November - 28 December 1940 January-March 1941: Static Warfare and Mussolini's Failed Counteroffenive The German Mediation Offers: December 1940 - January 1941 Operations Barbarity and Lustre The Intervention of the RAF October - December 1940 Metaxas' Second Ochi: the Wavell-Longmore Mission - January 1941 Operation Lustre: The Planning: February 1941 Operation Lustre: The Eden-Dill: 22 February - 6 March 1941 Operaton Lustre: The Decision-Making Process: March 1941 Operation Marita The Deployment: January - March 1941 The Coup in Belgrade 27 March - 6 April 1941 The Countdown 27 March - 5 April 1941 The Attack on Macedoia 6-10 April 1941 The Breakthrough at Monastiri 10-13 April 1941 The Battle for the Mountain Passes 14-18 April 1941 The Political Crisis 14-18 April 1941 The Surrender in Epirus 18-23 April 1941 The Evacuation 24-29 April 1941 The Division of Booty April-May 1941 Concluding Reflexions Epilogue Bibliography, Index of Names

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Norway Mediation in Sri Lanka
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Norway Mediation in Sri Lanka ab 49.9 EURO What Factors Explain the Failure of Norwegian Mediation in the Sri Lankan conflict 2000-2009

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Norway Mediation in Sri Lanka
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This book sets out to explore the factors that influenced the dynamics of mediation in the Sri Lankan conflict, with particular reference to the role of mediators from Norway. The peace process of Sri Lankan conflict which can be analysed and recognised as an 'Identity Conflict' of the Tamil speaking community of Sri Lanka, was intervened and facilitated by number of international actors such as Government of India, United Nations, Government of Norway, etc. After intervention and failure of Government of India on the Sri Lankan peace process, in the last 10-year period of 30-year war, the Norwegian mediation has taken place with the invitation of both the parties of conflict. The efforts made during that period couldn't bring the peace to the conflict but the parties to the negotiation table.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Victim-Offender Mediation with Youth Offenders ...
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This book documents the state of the art on Victim-Offender Mediation with youth offenders in 15 European nations (Austria, Belgium, England and Wales, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden). It provides an up-do date review of current theory and practice and presents a critical discussion of problems and benefits which may help guide future policy decisions and applications. The book informs both those who are interested in evaluating the current state of affairs of Victim-Offender Mediation with youth offenders in Europe, and those who would like to promote Victim-Offender Mediation in their own countries.The common format used in each chapter facilitates comparison across countries. Per country, five areas of investigation are explored and discussed: norms and legislation allowing for the implementation of victim-offender mediation programmes, values and theoretical frameworks of victim-offender mediation, organizational structure of victim-offender mediation services, professional characteristics of mediators, benefits, potential problems, and criticisms of current practice.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Greece in World War II
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Of the campaigns of the Second World War, the Italian-Greek War from October 1940 to April 1941 and the German campaign in Greece (April to May 1941) are still among the neglected aspects of historical research. In Italy, this war has been suppressed, and there is still no scientific reappraisal of it today. In Germany, too, research has hardly dealt with this topic, the Balkan campaign was considered a short episode before the Russian offensive. In Great Britain, a large number of accounts have appeared, all of which have a strongly apologetic character, since they justify the British decision to come to the aid of the Greeks, although this aid led to a military fiasco - as it did a year earlier in Norway - and considerably hindered the victorious British advance in North Africa.Heinz A. Richter's study on Greece in World War II shows the connections between the British decision to provide military support to Greece and the American Lend-leasing legislation. Following on from his account, Richter refutes the historical legend, which has been claimed equally by all participants, according to which Hitler's campaign in Greece cost him victory over Moscow and thus ultimately led to his defeat.IntroductionContingenza GreciaThe First Crisis: August 1939The Time of the Iitalian-Greek Amicizia Oktober 1930 - August 1940The Second Crisis: August 1940The Decision-making Process: September 1940The Unlash: On 28 October 1940The Italian Offensive: 28 October - 14 November 1940The Greek Counteroffensive: 14 November - 28 December 1940January-March 1941: Static Warfare and Mussolini’s Failed CounteroffeniveThe German Mediation Offers: December 1940 - January 1941Operations Barbarity and LustreThe Intervention of the RAF October - December 1940Metaxas’ Second Ochi: the Wavell-Longmore Mission - January 1941Operation Lustre: The Planning: February 1941Operation Lustre: The Eden-Dill: 22 February - 6 March 1941Operaton Lustre: The Decision-Making Process: March 1941Operation MaritaThe Deployment: January - March 1941The Coup in Belgrade 27 March - 6 April 1941The Countdown 27 March - 5 April 1941The Attack on Macedoia 6-10 April 1941The Breakthrough at Monastiri 10-13 April 1941The Battle for the Mountain Passes 14-18 April 1941The Political Crisis 14-18 April 1941The Surrender in Epirus 18-23 April 1941The Evacuation 24-29 April 1941The Division of Booty April-May 1941Concluding ReflexionsEpilogueBibliography, Index of Names

Anbieter: Dodax
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Nordic Mediation Research
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This open access book presents twelve unique studies on mediation from researchers in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, respectively. Each study highlights important aspects of mediation, including the role of children in family mediation, the evolution and ambivalent application of restorative justice in the Nordic countries, the confusion of roles in court-connected mediation, and the challenges in dispute systems. Over the past 20-30 years, mediation has gained in popularity in many countries around the world and is often heralded as a suitable and cost-effective mode of conflict resolution. However, as the studies in this volumes show, mediation also has a number of potential drawbacks. Parties' self-determination may be jeopardized, affected third parties are involved in an inadequate way, and the legal regulations may be flawed. The publication can inspire research, help professionals and policymakers in the field and be used as a textbook.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Scandinavian Design
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Scandinavian design is still seen as democratic, functional and simple, its products exemplifying the same characteristics now as they have done since the 1950s. But both the essence and the history of Scandinavian design are much more complex than this. Scandinavian Design: Alternative Histories presents a radically new assessment, a corrective to the persistent mythologies and reductive accounts of Scandinavian design. The book brings together case studies from the early twentieth century to today. Drawn from fields as diverse as transport, engineering, packaging, photography, law, interiors, and corporate identity, these studies tell new or unfamiliar stories about the production, mediation and consumption of design. An alternative history is created, one much more alive to national and regional differences and to types of product. Scandinavian Design analyses a century of design culture from Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden and, in so doing, presents a sophisticated introduction to Scandinavian design.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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