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affairs between nations

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World Affairs 2016 is packed with colorful, detailed maps of continents and regions, statistics on each of the world's 196 countries, news briefs on issues making headlines worldwide, and feature articles on important global topics, like development in the Amazon and wildlife conservation.
We look forward to the opportunity to continue our global outreach efforts with the local community and the Columbus Council on World Affairs as they address key global issues such as education, sustainability, technology, foreign affairs and global trade".
The Strategic Survey is the annual review of world affairs from the International Institute for Strategic Studies.
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It thus explores such topics as the application of complexity theory to world affairs, competing theoretical perspectives on Chinese foreign relations, the impact of generational change and Internet literacy on world affairs, the reasons for the lack of connections between the fields of international political economy and comparative study of foreign policy, and mathematics and the intellectual identity of international relations.
In The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs (HarperCollins, 2006) Albright acknowledges the critical and long overlooked importance of religion in international politics, and argues that religious leaders and movements can often be a force for peace and reconciliation--Pope John Paul II being a classic example.
VETERAN broadcaster John Simpson was spotted tackling domestic rather than world affairs as he did a spot of shopping with his three-month-old son Ranulph strapped to his chest.
The papacy has played a far-reaching and positive role in world affairs during our lifetime.
Michka Assayas spent 8 days with Bono, of rock group U2 fame, in discussion over such varied topics as world affairs, politics, and social issues: the result adds an extra dimension of depth and personality to Bono: In Conversation With Michka Assayas, which provides a series of discussions with his friend.
Bush addressing a meeting of the World Affairs Council and Organization of American States, January 16, 2002.
MORE than 150 teenagers gathered at Coventry Cathedral to discuss world affairs such as terrorism, fair trade and global warning.
He also saw the need for a new Japanese role in world affairs close partnership with the United States, to be sure, but with a distinctively Japanese sense of national purpose in the postwar international order.
President involves more than juggling world affairs.
Some senior producers, so-called baby boomers who were probably once themselves hippies, were almost angry that films like Surplus: Terrorized into Being Consumers and The Corporation were given awards, whereas the 20- and 30-year-olds were thrilled with these films because they spoke to them and reflected the way they see world affairs.
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