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  • The Gulf Crisis : implications for the environment

    The Gulf crisis has thrown into sharp relief matters of key concern to national, regional and global security. It has refocused political attention and jerked nations out of an earlier complacency regarding such varied but key issues as the Palestinian question, energy security and the development process. It occurs in a new global context of changed East-West relations, and historic developments in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. With political will, it could be the catalyst for acceler...

    Problems and Prospects for the “Fourth Corridor”: The Position and Role of Turkey in Gas Transit to Europe

    The Russian-Ukrainian gas crisis of January 2009, occurring three years after a similar dispute between Moscow and Kyiv had disrupted Russian natural gas supplies to Europe, led many European commentators to question the continued reliability of Russia as a supplier of natural gas. The role of Ukraine as an energy transit state was also put under the spotlight. The January 2009 crisis followed the conflict between Russia and Georgia in August 2008. This brief war had compelled governments in ...

    Modulation of host immunity by the human metapneumovirus

    Globally, as a leading agent of acute respiratory tract infections in children

    Dietary intake methods in the anthropology of food and nutrition

    Dietary and nutritional studies in anthropology may attempt to address issues in which food and nutrition are central, or where diet may be a peripheral or contributory component of a complex of problems within a group, population or society. Studies may be concerned with nutritional factors or they may be concerned with food symbolism, the perception of food, or the role of food in forging and maintaining identity. Dietary intake studies can be used to inform the study of food consumption, n...

    The logic of political conflict in the late Middle Ages: a comparative study of urban political conflicts in Italy and the southern Low Countries, c. 1370-1440

    This thesis examines urban political conflict in the late Middle Ages (c. 1370-1440) in Europe’s most heavily urbanised regions, Italy and the Southern Low Countries. Conflicts have frequently been viewed in the context of an emerging state-controlled political order, and have been interpreted either as forms of disruptive disorder, or as affirmations of political processes shaped by states. This thesis suggests that urban conflict should be studied not in the context of a state-controlled po...
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