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Friends And Rivals In The East

Author: Alastair Hamilton
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004118546
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This is the first book, based on both European and Ottoman sources, to examine the commercial, military, and diplomatic relations between the Dutch and the English in the Levant in the early modern period with a special emphasis on the role played by the Ottoman officials and the local Christian dragomans or interpreters.

Friends Or Rivals

Author: Michael H. Armacost
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231104883
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A former U.S. ambassador to Japan offers his insider's view of relations between the two most powerful economic forces in the world. Armacost examines the promise and frustrations of interdependece at a time when the world is changing, and chronicles American efforts to reduce a massive trade imbalance, arrange a more equitable sharing of mutual defense costs, and design a global diplomatic partnership with Tokyo.

Friends And Rivals

Author: Kenneth E. Miller
Publisher: University Press of Amer
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Friends and Rivals is a study of the Danish political party systems since the establishment of full parliamentary democracy at the turn of the century. It gives particular attention to problems of governing in a nation whose politics always necessitate coalition or minority government. The book details the many political changes that have taken place in over 90 years, from a three-party system to a four-party system, to a five-party system, and then to a ten-or-more party system. Miller describes the Social Democrats' attainment of a dominant position; the sudden emergence of a major right-wing party in an advanced welfare state; the appearance of a party tied to a religious outlook; and the resurgence of Conservatism along with the decline of Social Democracy. Miller concludes by presenting several scenarios for the future of Danish politics. Friends and Rivals is unique in that it draws extensively on autobiographies, memoirs, and first-hand commentaries on the political world. Miller's study will show politics students as well as general readers the dynamics of Danish politics and its influence on other European political systems. This book is a detailed and informative study that will interest political scientists, historians, social scientists, and general readers, both American and European. Friends and Rivals will serve as a useful tool in courses in Comparative Government and Politics as well as Modern European History.

Friends And Rivals

Author: Tilly Bagshawe
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 000734189X
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Old friends can become the worst of enemies... Perfect escapism for fans of Penny Vincenzi and Jilly Cooper.

Friends And Rivals

Author: Carolyn Keene
Publisher: Simon Pulse
ISBN: 9780671731199
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When River Heights High's new TV show begins interviewing for a hostess, Samantha Daley competes with her best friend, Brittany, for the coveted post.

Friends And Rivals

Author: Giles Radice
Publisher: Little Brown GBR
ISBN: 9780316855471
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In the 1976 Labour Party leadership election following Harold Wilson's surprise resignation as Prime Minister, the then Foreign Secretary Jim Callaghan was Wilson's favourite to succeed him. The main candidate of the Left was Michael Foot. The three most prominent standard bearers of the modernising tendency inside the Party were Roy Jenkins, Denis Healey and Tony Crosland. All three had been exact contemporaries at Oxford University and each had more in common than separated them. Yet they could not get together and sort things out between them - and Callaghan won. Giles Radice's elegantly written comparative biography of a group is an analysis of how the combined overall achievement of the three amounts to less than it might have been - how friendship and mutual rivalry, despite individual eminence and brilliance, are corrosive and damaging forces.

Friends And Rivals

Author: Antonia Barber
Publisher: Penguin Uk
ISBN: 9780140386844
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Lou and Emma make friends with Jem, the new boy in their ballet class, but so does snobbish Angela, who leads a clique at school that treats Emma very badly, so when they get an invitation to Angela's birthday party, they don't want to go.