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Diplomatic Planner

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The Ultimate Edition of the "Diplomatic Planner" is a 12-month self-development career planner designed for citizen diplomats to make an informed decision about career options in the field of international relations.

Women in Diplomacy

Author : Talyn Rahman-figueroa
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As a traditionally male domain, existing power structures within the diplomatic infrastructure remain to reinforce gender inequalities and overt discriminatory practices, making it difficult for women to enter diplomacy at the highest position. Using the United Kingdom as a case study, Talyn Rahman-Figueroa-diplomatic consultant and CEO of Grassroot Diplomat, critically examines gender hierarchy as a key problem to the advancement of women in diplomacy, and explores a variety of practical solutions to breaking centuries of patriarchal tradition.

UPSC IAS EXAM PLANNER 2019 2020

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IAS Planner 2019-2020 : Civil Services Examination planner is a comprehensive book for candidates preparing for the Civil Services Examinations conducted by UPSC. The book provides detailed information on the preparation strategy and exam syllabus. This book will help the students plan their studies better for the examination. This book is essential for students aspiring to work for the Indian Administrative Services(IAS), IPS, IFS, Grade-A Services. Table of Contents: Getting Started For Civil Services Examination. Preparing For Civil Services Without Coaching . Preparing For Civil Services Preliminary Examination. Civil Services Examination (CSE) . The Hindu Newspaper: How and what to Study In It . 9 Step Strategy to Prepare For the UPSC Interview . Importance Of Economic Survey For UPSC Exams . Importance Of Yojana, Kurukshetra Magazine For UPSC Exams. (Article) Crack IAS Preliminary In your First attempt . Civil Services:What,Why and How? . Importance Of Ncert Books For UPSC Exams (Why,What, How) . Howto Read a Newspaper For IAS Exam . What are he Important topics to Read From a Newspaper In two Hours? How Should One Start IAS Exam Preparation From Scratch ? . Howto Study ?The Ultimate Dilemma. Preparing For Civil Services Without Coaching . IAS Preparation For Rural/Remote areas Students . All about the Online test Series: Why Should I Take It?. Ncert and Nios Books For IAS Preparations . Civil Services Preparation For working Professionals Overview Of UPSC Personality Test (IAS Interview) . Preparing For Civil Services Preliminary Examination Syllabus For Civil Services Preliminary And Mains Examination . Profiles Of Services Participating In Civil Services . IAS Exam Practice Paper . Tags: UPSC, IAS, IPS, IFS, CSAT, Civil Services, UPSC PORTAL, Civil Seva, Union Public Service Commission.

The Planner Handbook

Author : Thomas Fisher
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A handbook designed for the military planner. This handbook provides all of the reference material needed to conduct planning of any type (military, business, government) and at any level. While focused on the aspects of operational art and military science at the operational level, it includes discussion of strategy and policy as it pertains to the creation of plans. Forward by GEN Gary Luck. For those interested in a version with a coil binder that lays open during planning sessions, see 'The Planner Handbook - OPT Edition'.

Brunei Diplomatic Handbook Volume 1 Strategic Information and Developments

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Brunei Diplomatic Handbook - Strategic Information and Developments

Diplomatic World

Author : Vera Tanger
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Vera Tanger has lived an exciting life. As the wife of an ambassador, shes lived in many countries around the world, making her an expert in entertaining and etiquette. So when two of her three children announced that they were both getting married in the same year, they naturally turned to her for help. Enthusiastically, Vera put her global experience to workand decided to share her experience and insight with others looking to plan weddings with ease, grace, and pleasure. Wedding planning, as every bride knows, is a complicated processand every detail counts. The Wedding Planner Notebook was designed to help women get and stay organized, reduce the stress of planning, and stay on budget. Planning for the biggest event most will ever plan takes precision and care, and Veras helpful and easy-to-use notebook helps brides keep everything in one place. You can put her extensive experience to work for you! Inside, youll find a wealth of valuable tips and suggestions to save you time, money, and stress; methods for putting it all together, from the invitations to the ceremony to the reception; advice on how to not only create a budgetbut how to stick to it; a handy tool to keep track of suppliers, vendors, and contacts; a guide to managing the pre-wedding planning schedule with ease. Easy to carry and use, the Wedding Planner Notebook was designed to accompany the bride at all times. Its a world of experience in your pocket!

OAG Travel Planner Hotel Motel Redbook

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History, a two-volume set, will offer both assessment and analysis of the key episodes, issues and actors in the military and diplomatic history of the United States. At a time of war, in which ongoing efforts to recalibrate American diplomacy are as imperative as they are perilous, the Oxford Encyclopedia will present itself as the first recourse for scholars wishing to deepen their understanding of the crucial features of the historical and contemporary foreign policy landscape and its perennially martial components. Entries will be written by the top diplomatic and military historians and key scholars of international relations from within the American academy, supplemented, as is appropriate for an encyclopedia of diplomacy, with entries from foreign-based academics, in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. The crucial importance of the subject is reflected in the popularity of university courses dedicated to diplomatic and military history and the enduring appeal of international relations (IR) as a political science discipline drawing on both. The Oxford Encyclopedia will be a basic reference tool across both disciplines - a potentially very significant market.

Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy

Author : United States. Commission on the Organization of the Government for the Conduct of Foreign Policy
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African Security Issues

Author : Bruce E. Arlinghaus
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As African nations emerge more fully from the immediate postinde-pendence era, there is a pressing need to examine their security concerns from both African and global perspectives. Issues of strategic access and resources, superpower and regional conflict, economic growth and internal stability, and the role of African nations as a significant blo

The Routledge Handbook of American Military and Diplomatic History

Author : Christos Frentzos
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The Routledge Handbook of U.S. Military and Diplomatic History provides a comprehensive analysis of the major events, conflicts, and personalities that have defined and shaped the military history of the United States in the modern period. Each chapter begins with a brief introductory essay that provides context for the topical essays that follow by providing a concise narrative of the period, highlighting some of the scholarly debates and interpretive schools of thought as well as the current state of the academic field. Starting after the Civil War, the chapters chronicle America's rise toward empire, first at home and then overseas, culminating in September 11, 2001 and the War on Terror. With authoritative and vividly written chapters by both leading scholars and new talent, maps and illustrations, and lists of further readings, this state-of-the-field handbook will be a go-to reference for every American history scholar's bookshelf.

Diplomatic and Strategic Impact of Multiple Warhead Missiles

Author : United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on National Security Policy and Scientific Developments
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Reviews the state of MIRV technology and its impact on national defense and strategic planning.

Diplomatic and Strategic Impact of Multiple Warhead Missiles

Author : United States. Congress. House. Foreign Affairs
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Philo s Portrayal of Moses in the Context of Ancient Judaism

Author : Louis H. Feldman
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Philo's Portrayal of Moses in the Context of Ancient Judaism presents the most comprehensive study of Philo's De Vita Mosis that exists in any language. Feldman, well known for his work on Josephus and ancient Judaism, here paves new ground using rabbinic material with philological precision to illuminate important parallels and differences between Philo's writing on Moses and rabbinic literature. One way in which Hellenistic culture marginalized Judaism was by exposing the apparent defects in Moses' life and character. Philo's De Vita Mosis is a counterattack to these charges and is a vital piece of his attempt to reconcile Judaism and Hellenism. Feldman rigorously examines the text and shows how Philo presents a narrative of Moses's life similar to that of a mythical divine and heroic figure, glorifying his birth, education, and virtues. Feldman demonstrates that Philo is careful to explain in a scientific way those portions of the Bible, particularly miracles, that appear incredible to his skeptical Hellenistic readers. Through Feldman's careful analysis, Moses emerges as unique among ancient lawgivers. Philo's Portrayal of Moses in the Context of Ancient Judaism mirrors the organization of Philo's biography of Moses, which is in two books, the first, in the style of Plutarch, proceeding chronologically, and the second, in the style of Suetonius, arranged topically. Following an introductory chapter, Feldman's study discusses the life of Moses chronologically in the second chapter and examines his virtues topically in the third. Feldman compares the particular features of Philo's portrait of Moses with the way in which Moses is viewed both by Jewish sources in antiquity (including Pseudo-Philo; Josephus; Graeco-Jewish historians, poets, and philosophers; and in the Apocrypha, Pseudepigrapha, Samaritan tradition, Dead Sea Scrolls, and rabbinic tradition) and by non-Jewish sources, notably the Greek and Roman writers who mention him.

The Most Noble Adventure

Author : Greg Behrman
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In this landmark, character-driven history, Greg Behrman tells the story of the Marshall Plan, the unprecedented and audacious policy through which America helped rebuild World War II-ravaged Western Europe. With nuanced, vivid prose, Behrman recreates the story of a unique American enterprise that was at once strategic, altruistic and stunningly effective, and of a time when America stood as a beacon of generosity and moral leadership. When World War II ended in Europe, the continent lay in tatters. Tens of millions of people had been killed. Ancient cities had been demolished. The economic, financial and commercial foundations of Europe were in shambles. Western Europe's Communist parties -- feeding off people's want and despair -- were flourishing as, to the east, Stalin's Soviet Union emerged as the sole superpower on the continent. The Marshall Plan was a four-year, $13 billion (more than $100 billion in today's dollars) plan to provide assistance for Europe's economic recovery. More than an aid program, it sought to modernize Western Europe's economies and launch them on a path to prosperity and integration; to restore Western Europe's faith in democracy and capitalism; to enmesh the region firmly in a Western economic association and eventually a military alliance. It was the linchpin of America's strategy to meet the Soviet threat. It helped to trigger the Cold War and, eventually, to win it. Through detailed and exhaustive research, Behrman brings this vital and dramatic epoch to life and animates the personalities that shaped it. The narrative follows the six extraordinary American statesmen -- George Marshall, Will Clayton, Arthur Vandenberg, Richard Bissell, Paul Hoffman and W. Averell Harriman -- who devised and implemented the Plan, as well as some of the century's most important personalities -- Winston Churchill, Josef Stalin, Joseph McCarthy -- who are also central players in the drama told here. More than a humanitarian endeavor, the Marshall Plan was one of the most effective foreign policies in all of American history, in large part because, as Behrman writes, it was born and executed in a time when American "foreign policy was defined by its national interests and the very best of ideals."

Trust Me I m Almost Diplomatic Service

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This is the must have Journal to Organize your life! It is designed to help you being more Successful, more Grateful for what you have, and it helps you to Track your passewords. to organize your goals and to remember your flights ...

Regional Development and Planning for the 21st Century

Author : Allen G. Noble
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Regional Development and Planning for the 21st Century examines a number of related themes including: the traditional approach of local and regional planning initiatives developed within the context of national goals; the current decline of bi-polar political and ideological blocs; political decentralization and concurrent economic centralization including the growth of multi-national corporations; devolution of centralized planning powers to regions and localities, and the rise and acceptance of sustainable development concepts. The book is divided into five parts addressing: 1 - adjustments to political, economic and social change; 2 the problems of urban housing and housing and health; 3 - adjustments to environmental change, development policies and sustainability; 4 - the problem of rapid urban growth and mega cities; 5 - adjustments of changing urban networks. The contributors are from several countries worldwide and the chapters examine the issues at a global level.

The International Law of Diplomacy

Author : Bhagevatula Satyanarayana Murty
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Career Worth Planning

Author : Warren Jones
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Now that your planning degree is in sight or in hand, how and where can you find your "dream job?" Once you're on the job, what can you do to not just survive, but thrive and avoid common professional pitfalls? In A Career Worth Planning, two veteran planners offer a road map for success. Packed with practical information and useful advice, it is must reading for planning students, new planners, and experienced planners looking to advance their careers. Career questions can paralyze beginning planners. What are the differences between working for a public planning agency or a private consulting firm? What does an employer look for in a job candidate? How can you set yourself apart from other job hunters through your resume and in an interview? A Career Worth Planning answers these tough questions and many others. But landing a job is only half the battle. Once you're there, how do you negotiate the career ladder, even in the most difficult circumstances? Here are nuggets of wisdom on how to deal with a bad boss, identify crucial "insiders" who can make or break your success on the job, clarify ethical conflicts, manage political land mines, and yes, even evaluate your job satisfaction and determine when you're ready to move on. Wherever you are along your career path, this book will help you assess your skills, preferences, and work style, and find the planning niche that fits you.

Life Among Urban Planners

Author : Jennifer Mack
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A collection of ethnographic case studies of urban planners and their practices Urban planners project the future of cities. As experts, they draft visions of places and times that do not yet exist, prescribing the tools to be used to achieve those visions. Their choices can determine how a city will merge its public transit and automobile traffic or how it will meet a demand for thousands of new dwelling units as quickly and with as little avoidable damage as possible. Life Among Urban Planners considers planning professionals in relation to the social contexts in which they operate: the planning office, the construction site, and even in the confrontations with those affected by their work. What roles do planners have in shaping the daily practices of urban life? How do they employ, manipulate, and alter their expertise to meet the demands asked of them? The essays in this volume emphasize planners' cultural values and personal assumptions and critically examine what their persistent commitment to thinking about the future means for the ways in which people live in the present and preserve the past. Life Among Urban Planners explores the practices and politics of professional city-making in a wide selection of geographical areas spanning five continents. Cases include but are not limited to Bangkok, Bogotá, Chicago, Naimey, Rome, Siem Reap, Stockholm, and Warsaw. Examining the issues raised around questions of expertise, participation, and the tension between market and state forces, contributors demonstrate how certain planning practices accentuate their specific relationship to a place while others are represented to a global audience as potentially universal solutions. In presenting detailed and intimate portraits of the everyday lives of planners, the volume offers key insights into how the city interacts with the world. Contributors: Margaret Crawford, Adèle Esposito, Trevor Goldsmith, Mark Graham, Michael Herzfeld, James Holston, Gabriella Körling, Jennifer Mack, Andrew Newman, Lissa Nordin, Bruce O'Neill, Kevin Lewis O'Neill, Federico Pérez, Monika Sznel.