In his scathing privilege speech delivered during the session on Tuesday, Lagman minced no words in calling Marcos a plunderer, a tyrant and a despot
, responsible for the killing and silencing of critics during his regime when he imposed martial law.
Is it a simple coincidence that Saddam was the favored leader for not only other useful despots
in the region, but also for Western democracy although he permeated a regime of total oppression on Kurds, Turkmen and Shiites?
Societies that give way to fear end up as puppets and prisoners of despots
Kaliakra was the capital of a short-lived, 14th-century principality in the Dobruja region, which was ruled Despot
Communes and Despots
in Medieval and Renaissance Italy demonstrates how Jones's careful analyses of government and civic institutions continue to resonate amongst his peers.
The Social Democrats who now criticise Sweden indirect support for Arab despots
propagated for only a year ago for the benefit of the African Union, with Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi in the lead.
In this new version, the cards present pictures and information on notorious historical despots
do not believe in timely exits, because they do not believe they should exit.
The authors look at the various city-states, some theoretically democracies, some ruled by despots
Summary: At the end of February, total despots
in at licensed banks in Jordan rose 2 percent to JD20.
usually show aggression to other cats, but this one may be unhappy about your dog being in his territory.
Being totalitarian, dictators and despots
think they can control everything.
Sylvia Brooke was the consort of His Highness, Sir Vyner Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak, the last in a bizarre dynasty of English despots
who ruled a jungle kingdom on Borneo until 1946.
do not usually act alone in enacting their oppression.
IN response to Mr Forrest's letter (Viewpoints, July 9), I would like to add: when are our council despots
going to apologise to the rest of the world for speeding up carbon pollution?