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Hypothesis 1a: Interpersonal injustice will be positively related to incidence of expressions of hostility, obstructionism, and to a lesser extent, overt aggression among employees.
Making a big deal of Republican obstructionism could all too easily come across as whining.
Obstructionism cannot therefore be prolonged to limits that become precedents for political rivals when roles are reversed in future.
We managed the economy to produce sustained periods of prosperity and declining economic inequality and we conducted the nation's business, even on contentious issues, with much less rancor, partisan polarization and obstructionism.
Official Pakistani obstructionism and harassment, an endemic problem in Pakistan, has increased to the point where it is significantly impairing mission operations and program implementation," said the report, which was based on visits to the U.
Manama Political obstructionism by the main opposition society and Iran's continued meddling in Bahrain's affairs are largely to blame for the 16 months of unrest in the kingdom, a newly appointed cabinet minister says.
But there was a silver lining: The governments of Vladimir Putin and Hu Jintao finally were held accountable before the people of Syria and the larger Middle East for their cynical and self-interested obstructionism.
Touching on the Sahara issue, Akharbach deplored that at a time when Morocco is adopting an innovative positive approach to find a lasting solution to the Sahara issue on the basis of the autonomy initiative, the enemies of the Kingdom's territorial integrity continue to practice obstructionism.
This volume contains 25 articles reviewing recent work related to such topics as lessons for political science from "the new political history," the politics of effective foreign aid, accountability in coalition governments, rationalist approaches to conflict prevention and resolution, political order and one-party rule, the prosecution of human rights violations, ethnographic work in political science, treaty compliance and violation, legislative obstructionism, the political economy of inequality in the United States, indigenous peoples' politics in Latin America, and parliamentary control of coalition governments.
Further evidence of Israel's obstructionism is found in paragraph #20 of the Executive Summary, as follows: "the Government of Israel prevented [Commission members] from meeting Israeli government officials, but also from traveling to Israel to meet with Israeli victims and to the West Bank to meet with Palestinian Authority representatives and Palestinian victims.
However, Republican obstructionism in the Senate required the Senate to remove the domestic funding and return the package back to the House for a final vote.
He continued, "The Israeli front is quiet, Saudi-Syrian relations have pacified the street, and the option of political obstructionism has weakened in light of a (newfound) understanding between the Prime Minister (Saad al-Hariri) and Damascus.
It's also true that conservative obstructionism has reached a new peak in recent years.
Just one month ago, the obstructionism adopted by the opposition forced the parliament to sit and discuss all the amendments coming from the Center Party till late at night in order to bring to a successful end the second reading of the bill.
Such obstructionism is not surprising, the GMF argues, given the US' failure to deliver at home, coupled with the EU having "refused to get too ahead of the US on financing".