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Cameroon

staff members. The show tends to avoid political topics on the whole although the Vietnam War was touched upon in one episode, the conflict between progressive and conservative social ideals is central to the show and these issues were addressed in greater detail in series 5 following the arrival of the black woman Doctor Joan Makori, who joined ''The Royal'' in episode 49. She later departed for Cameroon in episode 55 with Nkeshi the Biafran refugee. The ethical challenges and social changes faced by the hospital staff and their patients mirror those faced by the world in the 1960s. The British newspaper ''The Observer'' published an investigative report revealing that the National Security Agency (NSA) of the United States was conducting a secret surveillance operation directed at intercepting the telephone and email communications of several U.N. Security Council (United Nations Security Council) diplomats, both in their offices and in their homes. Commons:Category:Cameroon WikiPedia:Cameroon Dmoz:Regional Africa Cameroon


German Empire

for the German Empire and the actual perpetrator of the act of treason for which Captain (Captain (land)) Alfred Dreyfus was wrongfully accused and convicted in 1894 (see Dreyfus affair). Defending the republic against monarchists At the dawn of Finnish independence conservative (Conservatism) social forces made an attempt to establish Kingdom of Finland (Kingdom of Finland (1918)). The Agrarian League opposed monarchism fiercely even


Dominican Republic

and advocacy groups and, new on the scene, civil organizations (Non-governmental organization). The three major parties are the conservative Social Christian Reformist Party (Spanish: Partido Reformista Social Cristiano PRSC ), in power 1966–78 and 1986–96; the social democratic (Social democracy) Dominican Revolutionary Party (Spanish: Partido Revolucionario Dominicano PRD ), in power in 1963, 1978–86, and 2000–04; and the centrist (centrism) liberal (liberalism) and reformist


Vietnam

and 1960s were highly turbulent times in France: despite a dynamic economy ("les trente glorieuses" or "30 Glorious Years"), the country was torn by their colonial heritage (Vietnam and Indochina, Algeria), by their collective sense of guilt from the Vichy Regime, by their desire for renewed national prestige (Gaullism), and by conservative social tendencies in education and industry. - Vietnam 1 Ho Chi Minh City Dong Khoi Street - name Halang region Kon Tum Province (Vietnam), Attapu Province (Laos) speakers 17,500 History It's not clear exactly where the various Indo-Chinese (Indochina) forms of kickboxing originated but they are known to share a common ancestry having been based on Chinese (China) techniques with some influence from the Indian martial arts. Draeger, Donn F. (1981). Comprehensive Asian Fighting Arts. Kodansha International One theory is that they were spread by the ancient Funan (Kingdom of Funan) empire, based in modern-day Cambodia and Vietnam, which once encompassed what are now Thailand, Kedah, Perlis, Kelantan and Pahang. Originally, boxers wrapped their fists in hemp rope instead of wearing gloves. There was no ring, so the fights would take place in any open area while surrounded by spectators. If the crowd was satisfied when the match was over, the victor would be rewarded with food and money which helped supplement the income of poor families. British colonists later introduced the modern rules, boxing ring and gloves. The old style, often referred to by its Thai name muay boran, was passed down to advanced students. However, only a handful of masters in Malaysia still teach these techniques. Commons:Category:Vietnam


Poland

. '''Self-Defence of the Republic of Poland''' ( ), Name under which party is registered abbreviated to '''SRP''', is an agrarian (agrarianism) political party and trade union in Poland led by Andrzej Lepper. Its platform combines left-wing populist (Left-wing populism) economic policies with religious conservative (social conservatism) social policies.

title Modern political ideologies publisher Wiley-Blackwell location Chichester, U.K. Malden, MA year 2009 isbn 9781405154956 chapter Conservatism pages 65–66 The original "liberal conservatives" were those who combined conservative social attitudes with a classical-liberal economic outlook (economic liberalism). Over time, the majority of conservatives in the Western world came to adopt free-market economic ideas, to the extent that such ideas are now generally considered and termed "conservative". Nonetheless, in most countries the term "liberal" continues to be used to describe those with free market economic views. This is the case, for example, in mainland Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain) and (unusually for an English-speaking country) in Australia. *Norway: Conservative Party (Conservative Party (Norway)) *Poland: Civic Platform *Portugal: Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party (Portugal)) On 10 September 1976, Chairman of the KGB Yuri Andropov submitted to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union his report informing of "anti-Soviet campaign with nasty fabrications regarding the alleged use psychiatry in the USSR as an instrument in the political struggle with 'dissidents'." WikiPedia:Poland Commons:Category:Poland Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland


Portugal

of state and has several significant political powers, which he exercises often. Executive power is exercised by the Council of Ministers (Portuguese Council of Ministers). Legislative power is vested in both the government and the Assembly of the Republic. Since 1975 the party system is dominated by the social democratic Socialist Party (Socialist Party (Portugal)) and the liberal conservative Social Democratic Party (Social Democratic Party (Portugal)). The Judiciary


Italy

location Chichester, U.K. Malden, MA year 2009 isbn 9781405154956 chapter Conservatism pages 65–66 The original "liberal conservatives" were those who combined conservative social attitudes with a classical-liberal economic outlook (economic liberalism). Over time, the majority of conservatives in the Western world came to adopt free-market economic ideas, to the extent that such ideas are now generally considered and termed "conservative". Nonetheless, in most countries the term "liberal" continues to be used to describe those with free market economic views. This is the case, for example, in mainland Europe (France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain) and (unusually for an English-speaking country) in Australia. *Ireland: Fine Gael *Italy: The People of Freedom *Jamaica: Jamaica Labour Party Larger windows than those on other floors are usually the most obvious feature of the ''piano nobile''. Often in England and Italy the ''piano nobile'' is reached by an ornate outer staircase, which negated the need for the inhabitants of this floor to enter the house by the servant's floor below. Kedleston Hall is an example of this in England, as is Villa Capra in Italy. '''Umberto Bossi''' (born September 19, 1941) is an Italian (Italy) politician, leader of the Northern League (Lega Nord), a party seeking autonomy (Autonomous entity) or independence for Northern Italy or Padania. He is married to Manuela Marrone MotherJones.com and has four sons (one of which was from his first wife). Career Wilson was educated at Coventry Technical College and Birmingham University. He served in the British Army during World War II in North Africa, Italy and Greece. After the war he made several unsuccessful attempts to win the Warwick and Leamington (Warwick and Leamington (UK Parliament constituency)) constituency in 1951, 1955, 1957 and 1959, before being successful in 1964 in Coventry South (Coventry South (UK Parliament constituency)), which he represented (later as Coventry South East (Coventry South East (UK Parliament constituency))) until retiring from Parliament in 1983. He also was a Warwickshire County Councillor from 1958, being leader of the Labour Group in the 1960s and from 1972 to 1993. *Kwangsi (China) (1911 - 1920) *Labin Republic (Italy Croatia) (1921) *Markovo Republic (Russia) (October 31, 1905 - July 18, 1906) UBL The XML message format for electronic invoices has been used in recent years. There are two standards currently being developed. One is the cross industry invoice under development by the United Nations standards body UN CEFACT and the other is UBL (Universal Business Language) (Universal Business Language) which is issued by OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) (OASIS (organization)). Implementations of invoices based on UBL are common, most importantly in the public sector in Denmark as it was the first country where UBL is mandated by law for all the invoices of the public sector. Further implementations are under way in the Scandinavian countries as result of the NES (North European Subset) project (Universal Business Language). Implementations are also underway in Italy, Spain, the Netherlands (UBL 2.0)


Japan

celebrities in Japan, can still be considered an oddity due to Japan's regimented and conservative social structure. Despite a lack of strong social stigma, homosexuality in men is commonly misconstrued with transgenderism (transgenderism (social movement)) and transvestism in Japan and open homosexuality is rare, due to conformity. "Male Homosexuality and Popular Culture in Modern


France

to scholar Andrew Vincent is "economics is prior to politics". Commons:Category:France WikiPedia:France Dmoz:Regional Europe France


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