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A Burden Shared

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What we do for one another is a mystery. A Tor.com original. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

A Burden Shared

A Burden Shared Pdf/ePub eBook Author: David Roper
Editor: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Discovery House
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David Roper knows that church leaders, especially in small congregations, can become disillusioned, exhausted, and overwhelmed by a sense of futility. Encourage your leaders with the gift of Roper's biblically based devotional messages that offer guidance, comfort, and support.

The US NATO and Military Burden Sharing

The US  NATO and Military Burden Sharing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Stephen J. Cimbala
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The US NATO and Military Burden Sharing by Stephen J. Cimbala Summary

This study establishes that the political, economic and military-technological changes that transform the international system also alter the way in which a state views its and others' responsibilities and burdens for responding to international crises. It assesses the distribution of the costs of raising and supporting arms of service, the risks of deploying them overseas and using them in combat or peace operations, and the extent to which members have a responsibility for maintaining international order in the context of three instances of multinational military intervention: the Multinational Force deployment in Lebanon in 1982-83; the first Persian Gulf War in 1990-91; and the UN and NATO intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Sharing the Burden

Sharing the Burden Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Benjamin Zyla
Editor: University of Toronto Press
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Sharing the Burden by Benjamin Zyla Summary

Since the fall of the Berlin Wall, NATO’s middle powers have been pressured into shouldering an increasing share of the costs of the transatlantic alliance. In Sharing the Burden? Benjamin Zyla rejects the claim that countries like Canada have shirked their responsibilities within NATO. Using a range of measures that go beyond troop numbers and defense budgets to include peacekeeping commitments, foreign economic assistance, and contributions to NATO’s rapid reaction forces and infrastructure, Zyla argues that, proportionally, Canada’s NATO commitments in the 1990s rivaled those of the alliance’s major powers. At the same time, he demonstrates that Canadian policy was driven by strong normative principles to assist failed and failing states rather than a desire to ride the coattails of the United States, as is often presumed. An important challenge to realist theories, Sharing the Burden? is a significant contribution to the debate on the nature of alliances in international relations.

U S NATO Burden Sharing

U S  NATO Burden Sharing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: United States. General Accounting Office
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U's nato Burden Sharing

U's  nato Burden Sharing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Paul A. Smith (Jr)
Editor: DIANE Publishing
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U's nato Burden Sharing by Paul A. Smith (Jr) Summary

Since NATO's establishment in 1949, the cost of providing for the collective protection of the alliance was to "be shared equitably among the member countries." This report provides a historical presentation of defense burden sharing. Determines the status of U.S. burden sharing initiatives proposed to NATO allies since 1980 and the allies' responsiveness to those initiatives, (2) the allies' record in meeting their military commitments, and (3) the effect of future force reductions on defense burden sharing. Charts and tables.

U S Japan Burden Sharing

U S  Japan Burden Sharing Pdf/ePub eBook Author: United States. General Accounting Office
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Sharing the Burden of Sickness

Sharing the Burden of Sickness Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jonathan Roberts
Editor: Indiana University Press
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Sharing the Burden of Sickness by Jonathan Roberts Summary

In Sharing the Burden of Sickness, Jonathan Roberts examines the history of the healing cultures in Accra, Ghana. When people are sick in Accra, they can pursue a variety of therapeutic options. West African traditional healers, spiritual healers from the Islamic and Christian traditions, Western clinical medicine, and an open marketplace of over-the-counter medicine provide ample means to promote healing and preventing sickness. Each of these healing cultures had a historical point of arrival in the city of Accra, and Roberts tells the story of how they intertwined and how patients and healers worked together in their struggle against disease. By focusing on the medical history of one place, Roberts details how urban development, colonization, decolonization, and independence brought new populations to the city, where they shared their ideas about sickness and health. Sharing the Burden of Sickness explores medical history during important periods in Accra's history. Roberts not only introduces readers to a wide range of ideas about health but also charts a course for a thoroughly pluralistic culture of healing in the future, especially with the spread of new epidemics of HIV/AIDS and ebola.

Sharing the Burden of Stories from the Tutsi Genocide

Sharing the Burden of Stories from the Tutsi Genocide Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anna-Marie de Beer
Editor: Springer Nature
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Sharing the Burden of Stories from the Tutsi Genocide by Anna-Marie de Beer Summary

This book deals with literary representations of the genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda. The focus is a transnational, polyphonic writing project entitled ‘Rwanda: écrire par devoir de mémoire’ (Rwanda: Writing by Duty of Memory), undertaken in 1998 by a group of nine African authors. This work emphasizes the Afropolitan cultural frame in which the texts were conceived and written. Instead of using Western and Eurocentric tropes, this volume looks at a so-called ‘minority trauma’: an African conflict situated in a collectivist society and written about by writers from African origin. This approach enables a more situated study, in which it becomes possible to draw out the local notions of ubuntu, oral testimonies, mourning traditions, healing and storytelling strategies, and the presence of the ‘invisible’. As these texts are written in French and to date not all of them have been translated into English, most academic research has been done in French. This book thus assists in connecting English-speaking readers not only to a set of texts written in French with significant literary and cultural value, but also to francophone trauma studies research.

Burden sharing in NATO

Burden sharing in NATO Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Simon Lunn
Editor: Routledge
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Burden sharing in NATO by Simon Lunn Summary

This book, first published in 1983, analyses the debate around burden-sharing in NATO, where the main issue is the distribution amongst the allies of the burden of maintaining the security arrangement. This raises problems of defining, measuring and comparing the defence efforts of the various countries. This book examines the issues, and argues for the need to address directly the fundamental problems concerning the Cold War security relationship between the United States and Western Europe.

Sharing the Burden

Sharing the Burden Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charlie Laderman
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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Sharing the Burden by Charlie Laderman Summary

The destruction of the Armenian community in the Ottoman Empire was an unprecedented tragedy. Even amidst the horrors of the First World War, Theodore Roosevelt insisted that it was the greatest crime of the conflict. The wartime mass killing of approximately one million Armenian Christians was the culmination of a series of massacres that Winston Churchill would later recall had roused publics on both sides of the Atlantic and inspired fervent appeals to save the Armenians. Sharing the Burden explains how the Armenian struggle for survival became so entangled with the debate over the international role of the United States as it rose to world power status in the early twentieth century. In doing so, Charlie Laderman provides a fresh perspective on the role of humanitarian intervention in US foreign policy, Anglo-American relations, and the emergence of a new world order after World War I. The United States' responsibility to protect the Armenians was a central preoccupation of Presidents Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson. Both American and British leaders proposed an Anglo-American alliance to take joint responsibilities for the Middle East and envisioned a US intervention to secure an independent Armenia as key to the new League of Nations. The Armenian question illustrates how policymakers, missionaries, and the public grappled for the first time with atrocities on this scale. It also reveals the values that animated American society during this pivotal period in the nation's foreign relations. Deepening understanding of the Anglo-American special relationship and its role in reforming global order, Sharing the Burden illuminates the possibilities, limitations, and continued dilemmas of humanitarian intervention in international politics.

Tailoring the Global Network for Real Burden Sharing at Sea

Tailoring the Global Network for Real Burden Sharing at Sea Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mark W. Lawrence
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Tailoring the Global Network for Real Burden Sharing at Sea by Mark W. Lawrence Summary

This report looks at what the U.S. Navy can do to provide for deeper, more structured international partnerships as part of a federated approach to defense.

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