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1 Yet, up to this day, (outside powers) have not contributed significantly to the establishment of (stability) and security, as well as economic and political development of the region.
2 They hyped up the crowd with TV to sell their political policy.
3 Another, more surprising, is the spread of liberal economic views in a society hitherto used to doing business through cartels and political patronage.
4 But each gang has the patronage of a mainstream political party, in a fight that exploded in 2008 when an election was held to end Pakistan's latest period of military rule.
5 However, it had to face political constraints in Iran and Iraq, whereas in the Caspian Basin could only succeed in finishing several projects in its own modest way.
6 more political art on view in these Emirati shows than you would ever see at the Basel Art Fair or Venice Biennale, some of it even quite strident.
7 They don't like the political and policy implications of climate change, so they've decided not to believe in it - and they'll grab any argument, no matter how disreputable, that feeds their denial.
8 Many Afghan warlords have transformed themselves into businessmen, and many of them are well connected in the political world.
9 That charge failed to sway voters. But some economists question how much the new government can change the political culture that has dominated Portugal for the past 30 years.
10 It is structured and ordered into a few basic regime types. In this I take it to be one of the most important propositions and? Insights of political science. Right? So far?
11 So I think in this event sport should be number one and then only after through sport put some political pressure or one or other government, "said Sekla."
12 Abraham Lincoln fought clinical depression all his life, and if he were alive today, his condition would be treated as a "character issue" -that is, as a political liability.
13 In the post-war Soviet Union she sent food parcels to political prisoners and attended their trials, until her first marriage collapsed in the chaos of caring for them.
14 In one interview through his lawyers he said: "I respect Dmitry Medvedev as Russia's legitimate President, although his political views are not completely clear to me."
15 she tells it, Ms Livni, then Israel's foreign minister, balked at some of Mr Olmert's concessions and doubted his ability to garner sufficient political support to carry them.
16 In a world so full of social and political turmoil and immense human suffering, people of faith will often be ridiculed because of their so-called ineffectiveness.
17 As India, too, gives political backing to its bid to secure oil assets, Prime Minister Singh said hydrocarbons will continue to be India 's major source of energy for quite some time in the future.
18 BBC political correspondent Mike Sergeant says the chancellor has entered this increasingly tense debate, but at the same time making it clear he has a good relationship with Dr Fox.
19 Rockefeller has also bucked up the planning for New Orleans's reconstruction, which had stalled amid political conflict in the hurricane-devastated city.
20 It means not asserting, as some British political leaders have, that Britain, Ireland and Sweden were wrong to open their Labour markets to east Europeans in 2004.
21 Johnston admitted to the Guardian that comments he made to Vanity Fair and other outlets calling Palin a distant mother and a political hypocrite were partly made in retaliation.
22 have chosen this subject for my lecture tonight because I think that most current discussions of politics and political theory take insufficient account of psychology.
23 They have acceded to that political party.
24 All the potential of embryonic stem cells might be harnessed with the new techniques-without the political and moral controversy associated with destroying a fertilized egg.
25 In a new book, The political Gene: how Darwin's Ideas Changed Politics, he highlights how often - and how easily - Darwin's big idea has been harnessed for sinister political ends.
26 So he's imitating Roman official legal and political government structures by having regional bishops presiding over a plurality of priests who then are also over a plurality of deacons.
27 Political prowess is not to be sniffed at, nor is Ms Lagarde’s record as a lawyer, but much of the firefighting job of the IMF involves tricky monetary and economic analysis.
28 challenge now is for the presidency and the commission to give fresh political impetus to the EU's stalled reform drive.
29 Several political parties vie with each other in pulling more votes for themselves.
30 But we still bump into this domestic political problem that opening trade reshuffles competitive positions, transform the economic and social fabric, that there are winners and losers.