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1 But this is a difficult exercise: Looking at the state of international relations theory, one quickly realizes the absence of consensus about the best way to think about global politics.
2 While the motives of those gathering in Denmark are honorable, their move is deeply unfortunate at a time when the climate change debate could benefit from more regular science and less politics.
3 This is not surprising. The law deals with the same sort of questions as politics: what makes a just society; the balance between liberty and security, and so on.
4 Without books and manuals and Shared knowledge we would never have had the advances in medicine, education, music, the arts, philosophy, politics, you name it.
5 But how to lure Hamas into peaceful politics?
6 Many Nigerians would want to go into politics today, not because they want to serve their nation but because they want to be rich.
7 In politics, good and evil, categories of the natural world and therefore obsolete remnants of the past, lose all absolute meaning; the sole method of politics is quantifiable success.
8 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.
9 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.
10 So let me just make this simple point. There will be plenty of time between now and November to play politics.
11 A lot of it is what's called politics, where once one party wins, the other party feels like they've got to poke you a little bit to keep you on your toes.
12 The senator has just told one of the magi that he has "recently acquired great wisdom" (presumably about race and politics) and is therefore qualified to become a wise man himself.
13 I walked through the mirror to see what I've seen before - hunger and poverty, sad eyes of those in need and politics that promise no changes for the better any time soon.
14 pendulum effect of American politics would favour Republicans, and Mr Huntsman would be well-placed to win support from moderate Democrats who can overlook his religion.
15 It is one of the ironies of us politics that George Bush, who did not smoke, resisted all attempts to curb the tobacco industry while Obama, a smoker, today did just that.
16 another reason why Britain's current ruling coalition is hobbled, when it comes to the temptations of dog-whistle politics.
17 Fortunately, you do not have to buy the author's wider musings or share his admiration of Mr Clinton, Al Gore and Kofi Annan to enjoy this ambitious journey through history and politics.
18 If any action in other spheres of life, whether in business, politics or everyday interaction does not meet these standards, particularly of honesty and fairness, it is described as' not cricket '.
19 BBC news is the ultimate gift of digital TV technology that gives standard news about world politics, entertainment, sports, medical developments, culture, lifestyle and much more.
20 It makes it easier to draw violent groups into politics; but it also allows peaceful nationalists to act up, and voters to support them, because there is no danger of bloodshed.
21 A country whose politics have been damaged recently by bitter, racially tinged invective offered hundreds of thousands of visitors an affectionate welcome.
22 Why, he thought at night, can't that be me-the fellow who goes into politics to get rich?
23 I don't care what they say about me, but I love this country too much to let them take over another election with lies and phony outrage and 'Swift boat' politics.
24 I don't care what they say about me, but I love this country too much to let them take over another election with lies and phony outrage and Swift boat politics.
25 our politics has become strikingly coy about expressing these mottled truths.
26 If Ms Rousseff does manage to whip Congress back into line using a mix of threats, promises and appeals to self-interest, her reward could be cleaner politics.
27 If you consider how long it took me to explain why I vetoed the bill, you understand why it was terrible politics to do so.
28 There seems to be at least built in to Aristotle's account of politics a certain flexibility a certain latitude of discretion that in some passages even seems to border on a kind of relativism.
29 But when it comes to practising politics, particularly at election time, the Republicans have a rather different hero, a man of frowns rather than smiles: Richard Nixon.
30 Experts say his successors failed because they lapsed into Japan's consensus-driven politics, appeasing interest groups while seeming to ignore the nation's enormous problems.