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through its various aid programmes. In addition, high levels of assistance have also been provided by multilateral donors and International Financial Institutions (e.g., the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Investment Bank and the World Bank), mainly in the form of

In: Southeastern Europe

* The author is a professor at the Department of Conflict and Development Studies of Ghent University in Belgium. He cordially thanks Thierry Kellner of the Département de Sciences Politique at the Université Libre de Bruxelles for his kind help with the verification of the Romanized Chinese

In: Central Asian Affairs
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Alexander M. Schenker and Edward Stankiewicz, editors. The Slavic Literary Lan- guages: Formation and Development. New Haven: Yale Concilium on International and Area Studies, 1980. x, 287 pp. $18.50. Distributed by Slavica Publishers, Colum- bus, Ohio. This volume provides a very useful

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p h e r D. J o n e s Harvard University Paul Marer and Eugeniusz Tabaczynski, editors. Polish-US Industrial Cooperation in the 1980s: Findings o f a J o i n t Research Project (Studies in East European and Soviet Planning, Development and Trade, International Development Institute, Indiana Uni

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. 7 As Martii Koskenniemi has demonstrated, in the last quarter of the nineteenth century many of these international jurists were not only professors and practitioners but also deeply involved in politics and diplomacy, and thus closely connected to the development of new legislation at home. 8

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Society , Rosenberg took the occasion of the Prize Lecture to argue that uneven and combined development provided no less than “the key to the lost history of international relations” ( Rosenberg 1996 : 9, and 6–10 more generally). While Rosenberg has continued to develop his own approach (see, for

In: East Central Europe

in Socialist Countries. White Plains, N.Y.: M. E. Sharpe, 1980. 185 pp. Published simultaneously as International Journal o f Sociology, Vol. 10, No. 2-3 (Summer-Fall 1980). $20.00. Gyorgy Enyedi and Julia Meszaros, editors. Development o f Settlement Systems. Buda- pest: Akademiai Kiado, 1980. 265

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began to change, in part because of population movement, developments in agriculture and industry, the increasing use of cash instead of kind for payments, and possibly the waning importance of wax and honey in international commerce. 32 Surveys of obrok duties and bee tree marks show previously

In: Russian History
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environment which is characterized, on the contrary, by anarchy and lack of government. 7 Nevertheless, developments in the ir theory as well as in the international politics have utilized the concept of legitimacy in cases of humanitarian intervention. 8 Rather than investigating rightful government

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