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From Eastern Empire to Western Hegemony : East Central Europe under Two International Regimes

By: Andrew C. Janos

...From Eastern Empire to Western Hegemony: East Central Europe under Two International Regimes Andrew C. Ja... ...ances in the competition for power, territory, and material goods. Western Hegemony on the Road to Commonwealth In contrast to the Soviet Union, the e... ...otwithstanding, it could and would not strive again to achieve continental hegemony. For a good many years the imminence of the Soviet threat to the “... ...rekindled when German reuni cation again raised the historical specter of hegemony. 18 Overall, the changing balance of symbol- ism indicates that ra... ...ank condition- alities routinized during 1992–93. 28 In these early years, hegemony was “soft,” meaning that it relied exclusively on economic incen- ... ...e members of the European Union. 29 And yet, just as in the case of Soviet hegemony, the codi cation and practices of “imperative coordination” have ... ...ution— a hundred Serbs for every German soldier; the rejection of Stalin’s hegemony in 1948. . . . Almost every generation in our history had to face ... ...en examined here. The one associated with the Soviet Union established its hegemony over the region by force of arms in order to co-opt these countrie... ... consolidation and co-optation to the EU. In the other sce- nario, western hegemony on the Continent would face a renewed challenge from the East. Suc...

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Hegemony

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...Articles regarding concepts defined within, or otherwise related to hegemony —the use of military and economic power to attain power and...

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The Ideal Within : A Discourse and Hegemony Theoretical Analysis of the International Anticorruption Discourse

By: Anja Carolin Gebel, Dr.

... a socially constructed concept International anticorruption efforts as a site where corruption is constructed 2 A post-Marxist discourse and hegemony theoretical approach to the analysis of international anticorruption discourse A theory of discourse – a theory of society Hegemonic strategy, stratagems and other discursive logics The IAC consens...

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Cultural hegemony

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... Books about cultural hegemony ... ... Pages in category "Cultural hegemony" The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. ... ...otal. C Cultural hegemony Cultural imperialism ... ...mperialism H Hegemony P Posthegemony ... ... Books about cultural hegemony ... ... Pages in category "Cultural hegemony" The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total. ... ...otal. C Cultural hegemony Cultural imperialism ... ...mperialism H Hegemony P Posthegemony ...

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The Invented Periphery: Constructing Europe in Debates About Anglo Hegemony in Geography : Volume 4, Issue 1 (23/12/2009)

By: U. Best

...Global Studies, University of British Columbia, 3333 University Way, Kelowna, BC, V1V 1V7, Canada. For a few years, a debate has been ongoing about a hegemony (in academic geography) of the English language, of Anglo-American journals and of the approaches developed in the North America and the UK. In many of the contributions to the debate, other languages and those who...

...Aalbers, M. B. and Rossi, R.: Beyond the Anglo-American hegemony in human geography: a European perspective, GeoJournal, 67, 137–147, 2006.; Amin, A.: Multi-Ethnicity and the Idea of Europe, Theory Culture Society, 21(2), 1–24 , 2004.; Belina, B., Best, U., and Naumann, M.: Critic...

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Dollar hegemony

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The Invented Periphery: Constructing Europe in Debates About Anglo Hegemony in Geography : Volume 5, Issue 1 (12/03/2009)

By: U. Best

... reflections on Minca's `Venetian geographical praxis', Environ. Plann. D, 18, 663–66, 2000.; Aalbers, M. B. and Rossi, R.: Beyond the Anglo-American hegemony in human geography: a European perspective, GeoJournal, 67, 137–147, 2006.; Amin, A.: Multi-Ethnicity and the Idea of Europe, Theory Culture Society 21(2), 1–24 , 2004.; Berg, L. D. and Kearns, R. A.: America unlimit...

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Spartan hegemony

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... Pages in category "Spartan hegemony" The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total. ... ...e Phlius S Spartan hegemony Sphodrias Stesicles ... ... Pages in category "Spartan hegemony" The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total. ... ...e Phlius S Spartan hegemony Sphodrias Stesicles ...

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Appropriating Modernization – Indigenous Anti-hegemonic Resistance in the Argentine Chaco : Volume 69, Issue 3 (08/10/2014)

By: S. Weißermel

...f colonization which encompassed space, the word and the body. It enabled the dominant settler society to establish socioeconomic and sociocultural hegemony. The example of the Toba community in Clorinda elucidates the extent to which hegemonic worldviews have infiltrated their self-perception and produced the <i>barrio</i> (urban district) and the <i>campo</i> (rural...

...edited by: Braunstein, J. and Meichtry, N., Editorial Universitaria de la Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Corrientes, 5–32, 2008.; Carroll, W. K.: Hegemony, counter-hegemony, anti-hegemony, Socialist Studies / Études Socialiste, 2, 9–43, 2006.; Citro, S.: Memories of the old aboriginal dances: the Toba and Mocoví performances in the Argentine Chaco, The Journal of Latin...

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Theban hegemony

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History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century : Vol. 5

By: Treitschke, Heinrich Von, 1834-1896, Paul, Eden, 1865-1944, Paul, Cedar

...als ventured for the first time to speak of a German parliament and of the hegemony of Prussia. In an age affected with these morbid irritabilities, i... ...suspicions of Count Munster regarding the designs of Prussia to secure the hegemony of Germany. The coup was successful. Munster unre- servedly accept... ... might eventuate in a military league of the lesser states under Prussia's hegemony, a league analogous with the customs union. The view became more a... ...ed for a strong federal executive, and still less did he dream of Prussian hegemony, for now that Berlin had poured cold water upon the Sarmatiophil e... ...ans (1831). Pfizer was the prophet of the new German nation under Prussian hegemony. A typical Swabian, serious, thoughtful, with a poetical imaginati... ...the enormous majority of South Germans might be to the thought of Prussian hegemony, it was impossible that this writing, with its peculiar setting, s... ...ncreased fivefold. In order to avoid the very least appearance of Prussian hegemony, it was agreed that the annual conferences of the plenipotentiarie... ...ial that there must be no customs union without Austria, and that Prussian hegemony would lead to the destruction of Bavaria. The Prussian envoy consi... ...overeigns. 1 Thus anxiously did the court of Berlin avoid all semblance of hegemony. The commercial union was still in its initial stages, and there w...

...ol. 1. Introduction. The extinction of the Empire.- Vol. 2. The beginnings of the Germanic Federation.- Vol. 3. The Germanic federation and Austria's Hegemony.- Vol. 4. First Customs Union.- Vol. 5. The influence of French liberalism.- Vol. 6. Frederick William the Fourth.- Vol. 7. Portents of Revolution...

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After Hegemony

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...After Hegemony (full title: After Hegemony: Cooperation and Discord in the World Political Economy)[1] is a b... ...ional relations book stubs After Hegemony (full title: After Hegemony: Cooperation and Discord in the World ...

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Central Intelligence Agency Directorate of Intelligence 28 April 1972

By: Central Intelegence Agent

... underlying Soviet military policies can be described today in much the same way as a decade ago: preserving the security of the homeland maintaining hegemony over eastern Europe and fostering an image of strength in support of a strong foreign policy aimed at expanding Soviet influence....

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Monetary hegemony

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...of global reserve currencies Monetary hegemony is an economic and political concept in which a single state has d... ...re made in the world economy. The term Monetary Hegemony appeared in Michael Hudson's Super Imperalism, describing not only... ...Contents 1 British monetary hegemony 2 American monetary hegemony ... ... 4 Further reading British monetary hegemony Great Britain rose to the status of monetary he... ...g the hardest” (Eichengreen, 1985, p. 6). In this regard, British monetary hegemony was seldom threatened by crises of convertibility for its gold res... ... In fact, Kindleberger provides a slightly different variation of monetary hegemony that possesses five functions rather than three defined here. ... ...ions rather than three defined here. American monetary hegemony The end of World War II witnessed the rec... ... the financial system” (Gowa, 1983,p. 69). US Monetary Hegemony persists as does the Bretton Woods System, as Dooley, Folkerts-Lan... ... Categories International trade Hegemony by type Monetary policy ...

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History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century : Vol. 1

By: Treitschke, Heinrich Von, 1834-1896, Paul, Eden, 1865-1944, Paul, Cedar

...gested that there should be constituted a league of German princes under the hegemony of the enlarged Brandenburg state. The times, however, were not ... ... to the twofold idea of the enlargement of its own dominion and of a federal hegemony. Frederick William's successor brought to his house with the kin... ... hardly even made an earnest attempt to transform into a legally established hegemony, the dominant position which Prussia in fact occupied in the nor... ...e fulfilled, and that the victorious state would by German deeds acquire the hegemony of the north which it had hitherto possessed only in appearance.... ...nesebeck brought up for discussion the old plan of Bartenstein for a twofold hegemony in Germany, he was met by a cold refusal. Not even the experienc... ... aware that the Hofburg was by no means inclined to concede to its rival the hegemony of North Germany. Metternich recognised that Austria could not r... ...which had led to the destruction of the old imperial realm. How the Prussian hegemony of North Germany was to be har- monised with the Austrian empero... ...a, since he was well aware that the middle states were united in fearing the hegemony of the rising Prussian power in the north far more than they dre... ...ery. Yet he could not cling firmly even to these tortuous ideas of a twofold hegemony under Hapsburg suzerainty, but exposed in his paper, for the cho...

...ol. 1. Introduction. The extinction of the Empire.- Vol. 2. The beginnings of the Germanic Federation.- Vol. 3. The Germanic federation and Austria's Hegemony.- Vol. 4. First Customs Union.- Vol. 5. The influence of French liberalism.- Vol. 6. Frederick William the Fourth.- Vol. 7. Portents of Revolution...

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Regional hegemony

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...cholar John Mearsheimer writes extensively about the pursuit of regional hegemony in his book, The Tragedy of Great Power Politics . According t... ...y about othere states intentions ultimately lead states to pursue regional hegemony. According to Mearsheimer, global hegemony is an unattainable goa...

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History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century : Vol. 4

By: Treitschke, Heinrich Von, 1834-1896, Paul, Eden, 1865-1944, Paul, Cedar

...HARBUTT DAWSON xvm. TABLE OF CONTENTS. VOL. IV. BOOK THREE (continued). AUSTRIA'S HEGEMONY AND THE INCREASE IN THE POWER OF PRUSSIA, 1819-1830. CHAPT... ... years- 625 INDEX - - . . _ . „ 62S xx. VOL. IV. BOOK III. {continued). AUSTRIA'S HEGEMONY AND THE INCREASE IN THE POWER OF PRUSSIA. 1819-1830. ERRAT... ... VOL. IV X X 1 XV XVI XI X X.N INDI XX. VOL. IV. BOOK III. {continued). AUSTRIA'S HEGEMONY AND THE INCREASE IN THE POWER OF PRUSSIA. 1819-1830. CH... ... It is easy to understand that a Prussian minister should desire such a commercial hegemony for his nation. Before long, however, Berlin recognised ho... ...g since ceased to hope for a South German customs union, and they dreaded Bavarian hegemony. On May 15, 1827, Berstett and du Thil met again in Heidel... ...y mediator between the Ernestine cousins. It was hoped in Dresden that a permanent hegemony over the Thuringian states might be secured. All the more ... ...e in the old way." The Thurin- gians were now complaining of Saxony's ambition for hegemony, while Frankfort grumbled at the heavy dues of Electoral H...

...ol. 1. Introduction. The extinction of the Empire.- Vol. 2. The beginnings of the Germanic Federation.- Vol. 3. The Germanic federation and Austria's Hegemony.- Vol. 4. First Customs Union.- Vol. 5. The influence of French liberalism.- Vol. 6. Frederick William the Fourth.- Vol. 7. Portents of Revolution...

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Kzinti Hegemony

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History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century : Vol. 3

By: Treitschke, Heinrich Von, 1834-1896, Paul, Eden, 1865-1944, Paul, Cedar

...he first Prussian Customs-Convention - - 276 History of Germany BOOK THREE. AUSTRIA'S HEGEMONY AND THE INCREASE IN THE POWER OF PRUSSIA, 1819-1830. C... ...apoleon had destroyed, but equally powerless, and in it he had preserved inviolate the hegemony of Austria. He had successfully thwarted the constitut... ...gress had always been at Humboldt's side, then already advocating the idea of Prussian hegemony, and subsequently during a long political career never... ...m, founded a league which was in touch with Justus Gruner, and which favoured Prussian hegemony.* Some of the members of these 1 See vol. II., pp. 458... ... we have to thank the shade of the oak tree which covers it." 300 BOOK III. AUSTRIA'S HEGEMONY AND THE INCREASE IN THE POWER OF PRUSSIA. 1 819- 1830.... ...magogic sub- alterns" of the Berlin officialdom, might some day secure for Prussia the hegemony of the north; by the destruction of the customs-law he... ...n Prussia must not even shun war with Austria, a war which will secure for Prussia the hegemony of Germany ! This ill-conceived eulogium was hailed wi...

...ol. 1. Introduction. The extinction of the Empire.- Vol. 2. The beginnings of the Germanic Federation.- Vol. 3. The Germanic federation and Austria's Hegemony.- Vol. 4. First Customs Union.- Vol. 5. The influence of French liberalism.- Vol. 6. Frederick William the Fourth.- Vol. 7. Portents of Revolution...

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Hegemony or Survival

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History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century : Vol. 6

By: Treitschke, Heinrich Von, 1834-1896, Paul, Eden, 1865-1944, Paul, Cedar

...it was simply incumbent that they should assist the development of British hegemony, and they must be duly grateful should the queen of the seas find ... ...e mono- syllabic Chinese, should not close in a deplorable circle with the hegemony of the monosyllabic British. As soon as the eastern question shoul... ...that all these preparations for war served only to mask Prussia's lust for hegemony. In Darmstadt, too, du Thil regarded military equipments as superf... ...e profound opposition between the two powers which were struggling for the hegemony of Asia. This became apparent to Brunnow when during the London co... ...rift, a periodical which valiantly defended Paul Pfizer's idea of Prussian hegemony, though without the genius and the fire of the Swabian. The Monats... ...hat the awakening press of Prussia had assumed a confident tone, as if the hegemony of Germany belonged by right to Prussia. The Rheinische Zeitung re... ...ight to Prussia. The Rheinische Zeitung responded exultantly that Prussian hegemony was solely based upon moral predomi- nance, springing from the cus...

...ol. 1. Introduction. The extinction of the Empire.- Vol. 2. The beginnings of the Germanic Federation.- Vol. 3. The Germanic federation and Austria's Hegemony.- Vol. 4. First Customs Union.- Vol. 5. The influence of French liberalism.- Vol. 6. Frederick William the Fourth.- Vol. 7. Portents of Revolution...

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Market fundamentalism

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Moldova: Background and U.S. Policy

By: Steven Woehrel

...experts have expressed concern about alleged Russian efforts to extend its hegemony over Moldova through various methods, including a troop presence, ...

...ition between NATO member Romania and strategic Ukraine. In addition, some experts have expressed concern about alleged Russian efforts to extend its hegemony over Moldova through various methods, including a troop presence, manipulation of Moldova’s relationship with its breakaway Transnistria region, and energy supplies. Moldova’s political and economic weakness has made...

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Counterhegemony

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...ory, media, music, etc. Neo-Gramscian theorist Nicola Pratt (2004) has described counter-hegemony as “a creation of an alternative hegemony on the ter... ...encies which have grown large enough overthrow, violently or democratically, the current hegemony and establish themselves as a new historic bloc. ... ...d establish themselves as a new historic bloc. An example of counter-hegemony in politics is the “anti-globalization movement”. An... ...counter-hegemony in politics is the “anti-globalization movement”. An example of counter-hegemony in media could be a documentary questioning the gove... ...lvement in a war.[3] Origins of the concept Term “Hegemony” came from the writings of Karl Marx and was concept... ...ached. In his writings Gramsci claims that intellectuals create both hegemony and counter-hegemony. He argues that "there is no or... ...rt off as radical or extremist groups; they encourage people to share their view against hegemony through the use of persuasion and/or propaganda whil... ...pp. 463-477 ^ Barden, T (2010), “Exploring the concept of Hegemony and Counter-Hegemony within the modern world and how...

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Union Trends Xvi-xvii Centuries. in Georgia

By: Maia Kapanadze

...Saatabago Fact of the Kings of Kartli and Imereti Domestic Policy in the Early Xvi Century, 30-40 Years; Chapter Iv. Alexander'S Battle For Political Hegemony in Western Georgia Bagrat; Chapter V. the Problem of Restoring the integrity and Simon I; Chapter Vi. Georgian Policy-Making Efforts and the Political integrity of Kartli-Kakheti Recovery Xvii Century For the Third T...

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Lebanese–Syrian Security Apparatus

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... have been the actual ruling power behind the government during the Syrian Hegemony period that ended in 2005. See also ...

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Days and Nights of Salmon Fishing in the River Tweed

By: Scrope, William

... Unwin; v. 5-7: London, Jarrold ; v. 1. The extinction of the Empire.- v. 2-3. The beginnings of the Germanic Federation, 1814-1819.- v. 4. Austria's hegemony and the increase in the power of Prussia, 1819-1830.- v. 5-6. The influence of French liberalism, 1830-1840.- v. 7. King Frederick William IV, 1840-1848...

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Yukio Tsuda

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...al Sciences at the University of Tsukuba in Japan. He is an opponent of the hegemony of English as well as a proponent of linguistic pluralism a... ...sh is tantamount to linguicide, and that addressing the problem of linguistic hegemony is crucial to the development of "human and cultural security"... ...ture and communication. Keio Communication Review, 16, 49-61.Tsuda, Y. (1997). Hegemony of English vs. Ecology of Language: Building equality in inter... ... theory or ideology? Keio Communication Review, 23, 3-19.Tsuda, Y. (2002). The hegemony of English: Problems, opposing views, and communication rights... .... Alessandria, Italty: Edizionoi dell’Orso. Tsuda, Y. (2008). English hegemony and English divide. China Media Research, 4(1), 47-55. Tsu... ...d English divide. China Media Research, 4(1), 47-55. Tsuda, Y. (2008). The hegemony of English and strategies for linguistic pluralism: Proposing ... ...ader (pp. 167-177). New York: Routledge.Tsuda, Y. (2010). Speaking against the hegemony of English: Problems, ideologies, and solutions. In T. K. Naka... ...y-Blackwell. Interview with Yukio Tsuda: Stop Being “Happy Slaves” of English Hegemony (The Asahi Shimbun, October 16, 2010) English Hegemony and ... ...h Divide (China Media Research, January 2008, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 47-55) The Hegemony of English and Strategies for Linguistic Pluralism: Proposing ...

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The Vital Link

By: Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi

... remain strong, throughout the breadth of Buddhist Asia cultural and ideological forces of great power have been unleashed which daily challenge...

...l remain strong, throughout the breadth of Buddhist Asia cultural and ideological forces of great power have been unleashed which daily challenge the hegemony of the Dhamma as the key to meaning and value for those who profess it as their refuge....

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Star League

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... Inner Sphere into a single alliance of nations. Precursor The Terran Hegemony In the fiction al BattleTech universe, the Terran Hegemony w... ...he destabilizing polictical environment of the Terran Alliance. The Terran Hegemony spent most of its history under the rule of the Cameron dynasty. T... ...pent most of its history under the rule of the Cameron dynasty. The Terran Hegemony relied heavily on its technological advantages over its less advan... ..., despite its relative small size and lack of resources. It was the Terran Hegemony which pioneered the Battlemech . In the mid-26th century, the Te... ...ony which pioneered the Battlemech . In the mid-26th century, the Terran Hegemony, under the leadership of Ian Cameron, became the nucleus for the s... ...nning government known as the Star League. In this Star League, the Terran Hegemony and its ruling House Cameron became the hereditary First Lords i... ... became the hereditary First Lords in the League High Council. The Terran Hegemony fell after it was taken over by Stefan Amaris the Usurper of the... ... In the following war staged by General Alexandr Kerensky to reclaim the Hegemony worlds, the nation was scoured by war, leaving it a shadow of its ... ...g Kerensky's exodus from the Inner Sphere, the remains of the once mighty Hegemony were conquered by the remaining five Great Houses, leaving only T...

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The People's Korea Kim Yong Nam Visits Libya and Syria to Strengthen Friendly Ties with Arab Nations

By: Kim Yong Nam

...ia was believed to be in tended to establish a unified front to defy U.S. hegemony. The DPRK, Libya and Syria are all on the "U.S. State Department's...

... economic, cultural and technological cooperation. His visit to Libya and Syria was believed to be intended to establish a unified front to defy U.S. hegemony. The D.P.R.K., Libya and Syria are all on the U.S. State Department's list of state sponsors of terrorism....

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Gorn (Star Trek)

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... In Star Trek, the Gorn are a humanoid reptilian species from the Gorn Hegemony . They first appear in the original series episode " " Fictio... ...te as early as 2154. The name of their government was established as the Gorn Hegemony in the episode " " although, in the games " " and " " The Gor...

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The History of Rome, Volume 1

By: Christian Matthias Theodor Mommsen, 1817-1903

...PTER VI The Non-Burgesses And The Reformed Constitution CHAPTER VII The Hegemony Of Rome In Latium CHAPTER VIII The Umbro-Sabellian Stocks--Begi... ...etween the two chief Italian stocks, the Latins and the Samnites, for the hegemony of the peninsula, and the victory of the Latins at the end of the... ...re is no reason for recognizing in the Alban presidency a real political hegemony over Latium, and that possibly, nay probably, it had no more sign... ...me combined with material power, afforded a handle for her pretensions of hegemony. Testimonies, strictly so called, can scarcely be adduced on suc... ...ere and of necessity produce similar effects. CHAPTER VII The Hegemony Of Rome In Latium Extension Of The Roman Territory The... ... to the same system, in her case far more energetically applied, The Hegemony Of Rome Over Latium--Alba While the conquests of Rome in Lati... ...wed the acknowledgment of this claim, we cannot tell. Upon the whole the hegemony of Rome over Latium appears to have been speedily and generally r... ...he presidency at the Latin festival, which became the basis of the future hegemony of the Roman community over the whole Latin confederacy. It is ... ...so influential. Relation Of Rome To Latium The form of the Roman hegemony over Latium was, in general, that of an alliance on equal terms b...

...PTER IV The Beginnings Of Rome CHAPTER V The Original Constitution Of Rome CHAPTER VI The Non-Burgesses And The Reformed Constitution CHAPTER VII The Hegemony Of Rome In Latium CHAPTER VIII The Umbro-Sabellian Stocks--Beginnings Of The Samnites CHAPTER IX The Etruscans CHAPTER X The Hellenes In Italy--Maritime Supremacy Of The Tuscans And Carthaginians CHAPTER XI Law And J...

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The Seigneurs of Old Canada : A Chronicle of New World Feudalism

By: William Bennett Munro

...to her side in friendship and admiration. There were epochs in which her hegemony passed unquestioned among men of other lands, and there were time...

...f hated with an undying hate; there were times, again, when she rallied them to her side in friendship and admiration. There were epochs in which her hegemony passed unquestioned among men of other lands, and there were times when a sudden shift in fortune seemed to lay the nation prostrate, with none so poor to do her reverence....

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The Seigneurs of Old Canada

By: William Bennett Munro

...m to her side in friendship and admiration. There were epochs in which her hegemony passed unquestioned among men of other lands, and there were times...

...f hated with an undying hate; there were times, again, when she rallied them to her side in friendship and admiration. There were epochs in which her hegemony passed unquestioned among men of other lands, and there were times when a sudden shift in fortune seemed to lay the nation prostrate, with none so poor to do her reverence....

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Prospects for a Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Over the Next Decade

By: Department of National Security

...on of its first nuclear device will have an important impact throughout Asia, -and in Southeast Asia will reinforce Chinese efforts to achieve. Asian hegemony through political pressures and indirect support of local wars of liberation. (Paras. 43-48)......

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