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The Ukrainians by Andrew Wilson

Title The Ukrainians
Author Andrew Wilson
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 2002
Category History
Total Pages 380
ISBN 0300093098
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this comprehensive, up-to-date guide to the modern Ukraine, Wilson concentrates on the country's complex relationship to Russia and its path to independence in 1991, including the economic collapse under its first president and the attempts at recovery under his successor. 36 b&w, 16 color illustrations.

Trump Russia by Seth Hettena

Title Trump Russia
Author Seth Hettena
Publisher Melville House
Release Date 2018-05-08
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781612197401
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Hettena is a first-rate reporter and wonderful story-teller, and the tale he tells here is mind-boggling."—Jane Mayer, author of New York Times bestseller Dark Money "Hettena skillfully weaves many threads—most fresh or previously hidden—into a rich tapestry tying together decades of Donald Trump's deep involvement with Russia."—DAVID CAY JOHNSTON , author of New York Times bestseller The Making of Donald Trump Uncovering the decades-long association between Donald Trump and Russia Is the 45th President of the United States under the control of a foreign power? Award-winning Associated Press reporter Seth Hettena untangles the story of Donald Trump’s long involvement with Russia in damning detail—including new reporting never before published. As Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into the relationship between members of Trump’s campaign and Russian operatives continues, there is growing evidence that Trump has spent decades cultivating ties to corrupt Russians and the post-Soviet state. In Trump/Russia: A Definitive History, Seth Hettena chronicles the many years Trump has spent wooing Russian money and power. From the collapse of his casino empire—which left Trump desperate for cash—and his first contacts with Russian deal-makers and financiers, on up to the White House, Hettena reveals the myriad of shady people, convoluted dealings, and strange events that suggest how indebted to Russia our forty-fifth president might be. Using deeply researched reporting, along with newly uncovered information, court documents, and exclusive interviews with investigators and FBI agents, Hettena provides an expansive and essential primer to the Trump/Russia scandal, leaving no stone unturned.

The Fire Within by Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002

Title The Fire Within
Author Salt Lake Organizing Committee for the Olympic Winter Games of 2002
Publisher Sloc
Release Date 2002
Category Athletes
Total Pages 430
ISBN 0971796106
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Captures the magic and beauty of the Olympic Games.

New Data On Minerals by Mineralogicheskii Muzei Im. A. E. Fersmana

Title New Data on Minerals
Author Mineralogicheskii Muzei Im. A. E. Fersmana
Publisher Ocean Pictures Limited
Release Date 2007-08-01
Category Science
Total Pages 172
ISBN 5900395502
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Wozzeck by Izdryk

Title Wozzeck
Author Izdryk
Publisher Canadian Inst of Ukranian Study Press
Release Date 2006
Category Fiction
Total Pages 130
ISBN STANFORD:36105127461692
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discerning at the dusk of romanticism the thickening gloom of an ever more godless age, in 1836 Georg Bchner dramatized the story of the hapless and homicidal barber Woyzeck. On the ruins of an old Europe destroyed by the First World War, Alban Berg gave Bchners hero voice in the shrieks and moans of his atonal opera, Wozzeck. In the 1990s, Yuri Izdryk, in turn, has made Wozzeck the Everyman of the turn of the third millennium.Anguished and disoriented, betrayed by love and the frailties of his body, Izdryks Wozzeck is a victim of the phantoms of his mind and of the grotesque society that excludes him. In a world where nothing is certain but pain, he gropes vainly for an Other and for the solaces of knowledge and belief. Fortunately for the reader, his tragedy and his comedy play out in a tour de force of a novel that gleams with dark satire and revels in ingenious metaphors for the modern human condition.

Ukrainians Of Greater Philadelphia by Alexander Lushnycky Ph.D.

Title Ukrainians of Greater Philadelphia
Author Alexander Lushnycky Ph.D.
Publisher Arcadia Publishing
Release Date 2007-10-29
Category Social Science
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9781439634813
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Ukrainians, originally known as Ruthenians, began arriving in the Philadelphia area at the end of the 1800s. Like all immigrants, they were not spared considerable hardships in their pursuit of the American dream. Finding stable employment was an ongoing endeavor. After work they gathered around their churches, indisputably the centerpiece of their immigrant communities. Here they procured much-needed support from their fellow countrymen. Theirs was a common purpose: to preserve in this new world their cherished customs and traditions. Thus their societies abounded with schools, choirs, bands, dance groups, reading rooms, and church and fraternal organizations. With time, more Ukrainians appeared, with the largest group arriving after World War II to escape the horrors of war-torn Europe and start anew. Ukrainians of Greater Philadelphia documents how each new generation of immigrants added to the kaleidoscope that became the Ukrainian community in and around the City of Brotherly Love.

The Famine Of 1932 1933 In Ukraine by Stanislav Kulchytsky

Title The Famine of 1932 1933 in Ukraine
Author Stanislav Kulchytsky
Publisher Cius Press
Release Date 2018-09-15
Category Famines
Total Pages 202
ISBN 1894865537
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A distilled account of famine incorporating new sources during the past three decades.

The Ukrainian Economy by Nicholas L. Chirovsky

Title The Ukrainian Economy
Author Nicholas L. Chirovsky
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1965
Category Ukraine
Total Pages 93
ISBN UCAL:$B669464
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The World Disorder by Luiz Alberto Moniz Bandeira

Title The World Disorder
Author Luiz Alberto Moniz Bandeira
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2019-01-23
Category Political Science
Total Pages 455
ISBN 9783030032043
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book offers a historical analysis of the geopolitical and geoeconomic competition between the USA and Russia, which has recently heated up again due to the eastward expansion of NATO. The analysis departs from an exploration of the USA’s foreign policy and geopolitical ambitions by illustrating the influence of Wall Street and the military-industrial complex on the country’s political decision-making. The historical review covers a wide timespan, from the Second World War and the birth of NATO, to the wars against Iraq and Afghanistan, to the rebellions that erupted in Eurasia, Northern Africa and the Middle East in the 2010’s, as well as the wars in the Ukraine and in Syria. By doing so, it reveals the influence of US neocons, the US intelligence services and the military complex on the Arab Spring, the Color Revolutions and the armed conflicts in Ukraine and Syria. Ultimately, the book depicts a new era of worldwide instability and disorder, dominated by violence and arbitrariness.

Ukraine And Ukrainians by Peter Kardash

Title Ukraine and Ukrainians
Author Peter Kardash
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1988
Category Ukraine
Total Pages 220
ISBN UOM:39015035339871
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Near Abroad by Gerard Toal

Title Near Abroad
Author Gerard Toal
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2017
Category POLITICAL SCIENCE
Total Pages 387
ISBN 9780190253301
Language English, Spanish, and French
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" Vladimir Putin's intervention into the Georgia/South Ossetia conflict in summer 2008 was quickly recognized by Western critics as an attempt by Russia to increase its presence and power in the "near abroad," or the independent states of the former Soviet Union that Russia still regards as its wards. Though the global economic recession that began in 2008 moved the incident to the back of the world's mind, Russia surged to the forefront again six years later when they invaded the heavily Russian Crimea in Ukraine and annexed it. In contrast to the earlier Georgia episode, this new conflict has generated a crisis of global proportions, forcing European countries to rethink their relationship with Russia and their reliance on it for energy supplies, as Russia was now squeezing natural gas from what is technically Ukraine. In Near Abroad, the eminent political geographer Gerard Toal analyzes Russia's recent offensive actions in the near abroad, focusing in particular on the ways in which both the West and Russia have relied on Cold War-era rhetorical and emotional tropes that distort as much as they clarify. In response to Russian aggression, US critics quickly turned to tried-and-true concepts like "spheres of influence" to condemn the Kremlin. Russia in turn has brought back its long tradition of criticizing western liberalism and degeneracy to grandly rationalize its behavior in what are essentially local border skirmishes. It is this tendency to resort to the frames of earlier eras that has led the conflicts to "jump scales," moving from the regional to the global level in short order. The ambiguities and contradictions that result when nations marshal traditional geopolitical arguments-rooted in geography, territory, and old understandings of distance-further contributes to the escalation of these conflicts. Indeed, Russia's belligerence toward Georgia stemmed from concern about its possible entry into NATO, an organization of states thousands of miles away. American hawks also strained credulity by portraying Georgia as a nearby ally in need of assistance. Similarly, the threat of NATO to the Ukraine looms large in the Kremlin's thinking, and many Ukrainians themselves self-identify with the West despite their location in Eastern Europe. "--

The Monogamy Gap by Eric Anderson

Title The Monogamy Gap
Author Eric Anderson
Publisher Oxford University Press
Release Date 2012-03-21
Category Psychology
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9780199943906
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Whether straight or gay, most men start their relationships desiring monogamy. This is rooted in the pervasive notion that monogamy exists as a sign of true love. Yet despite this deeply held cultural ideal, cheating remains rampant. In this accessible book, Eric Anderson investigates why 78% of men he interviewed have cheated despite their desire not to. Combining 120 interviews with research from the fields of sociology, biology, and psychology, Anderson identifies cheating as a product of wanting emotional passion for one's partner, along with a steadily growing desire for emotionally-detached recreational sex with others. Anderson coins the term "the monogamy gap" to describe this phenomenon. Anderson suggests that monogamy is an irrational ideal because it fails to fulfil a lifetime of sexual desires. Cheating therefore becomes the rational response to an irrational situation. The Monogamy Gap draws on a range of concepts, theories, and disciplines to highlight the biological compulsion of our sexual urges, the social construction of the monogamous ideal, and the devastating chasm that lies between them. Whether single or married, monogamous or open, straight or gay, readers will find The Monogamy Gap to be an enlightening, intellectually compelling, and provocative book.

Shadow Planet by William Shatner

Title Shadow Planet
Author William Shatner
Publisher Harper Voyager
Release Date 2003-11-25
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 0061059978
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The scum of the galaxy are the last hope of humankind . . . Aboard the stolen, renamed starship Endeavor, the Stone Cowboys rocket across the heavens toward a confrontation they cannot avoid . . . and, most likely, will not survive. But first, Jim Endicott must mold the street-hardened gang of thugs and hoodlums into a disciplined commando unit. Once harboring dreams of joining the Space Academy, Endicott has already altered one past using the astonishing powers of Omega. And now the untried captain and his misfit crew must take on a powerful alien race devoted to the obliteration of the human "cancer." With tension, unrest, and mutiny brewing dangerously all around him, Endicott faces the deadliest challenge he has ever known. Because the cutthroats riding the Endeavor into the enemy's turf for a war to the death are the only champions courageous -- and foolhardy -- enough for the mission. And they have nothing in the universe left to lose . . .

Title The Palgrave Handbook of Literary Translation
Author Jean Boase-Beier
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2018-06-26
Category Language Arts & Disciplines
Total Pages 551
ISBN 9783319757537
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This Handbook offers a comprehensive and engaging overview of contemporary issues in Literary Translation research through in-depth investigations of actual case studies of particular works, authors or translators. Leading researchers from across the globe discuss best practice, problems, and possibilities in the translation of poetry, novels, memoir and theatre. Divided into three sections, these illuminating analyses also address broad themes including translation style, the author-translator-reader relationship, and relationships between national identity and literary translation. The case studies are drawn from languages and language varieties, such as Catalan, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Nigerian English, Russian, Spanish, Scottish English and Turkish. The editors provide thorough introductory and concluding chapters, which highlight the value of case study research, and explore in detail the importance of the theory-practice link. Covering a wide range of topics, perspectives, methods, languages and geographies, this handbook will provide a valuable resource for researchers not only in Translation Studies, but also in the related fields of Linguistics, Languages and Cultural Studies, Stylistics, Comparative Literature or Literary Studies.

Patronal Politics by Henry E. Hale

Title Patronal Politics
Author Henry E. Hale
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2014-10-31
Category Political Science
Total Pages 536
ISBN 9781107073517
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book proposes a new way of understanding events throughout the world that are usually interpreted as democratization, rising authoritarianism, or revolution. Where the rule of law is weak and corruption pervasive, what may appear to be democratic or authoritarian breakthroughs are often just regular, predictable phases in longer-term cyclic dynamics - patronal politics. This is shown through in-depth narratives of the post-1991 political history of all post-Soviet polities that are not in the European Union. This book also includes chapters on czarist and Soviet history and on global patterns.

M by Vintage Lettering Stationery

Title M
Author Vintage Lettering Stationery
Publisher Independently Published
Release Date 2019-01-31
Category Reference
Total Pages 122
ISBN 179555570X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Blank dot grid bulleted journal. The versatile interior can be used for bullet journaling, notes, planning and lists, or just being creative! This journal would also make a thoughtful and personal gift. Features: Size 6" x 9" 120 pages Blank bullet dot grid pages Soft back

The Ukrainian Question by Alekse? I. Miller

Title The Ukrainian Question
Author Alekse? I. Miller
Publisher Central European University Press
Release Date 2003-01-01
Category History
Total Pages 295
ISBN 9789639241602
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discusses the process of incorporating the Ukraine, better known as "Little Russia" in that time, into the Romanov Empire in the late 18th and 19th centuries. Other than territorial expansion, this process was the manifestation of Russian nationalism with regard to Ukrainian culture.

The M Word by Ginni Mansberg

Title The M Word
Author Ginni Mansberg
Publisher Allen & Unwin
Release Date 2020-01-07
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781760873189
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Night sweats, hot flushes, anxiety, insomnia, exhaustion, itchy skin, low libido, painful sex ... Ninety per cent of women experience these symptoms some time between the ages of 40 and 60. Menopause and perimenopause (the hormonal rollercoaster years leading up to a woman's last period) are among our last taboo subjects. Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) - once widely prescribed as the magical secret of youth - has been shunned by women and their doctors for two decades. Dr Ginni Mansberg, one of Australia's most trusted health and wellbeing experts, is here to work through the evidence and bust the taboos out of the water. The M Word is all about you and your choices. Are you being offered the best solutions for your menopause issues? Because there are great solutions to help you thrive in this new stage of life.

Title The Politics of Protest in Hybrid Regimes
Author Graeme B. Robertson
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2010-12-20
Category Political Science
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781139491860
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Since the end of the Cold War, more and more countries feature political regimes that are neither liberal democracies nor closed authoritarian systems. Most research on these hybrid regimes focuses on how elites manipulate elections to stay in office, but in places as diverse as Bolivia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Serbia, Thailand, Ukraine and Venezuela, protest in the streets has been at least as important as elections in bringing about political change. The Politics of Protest in Hybrid Regimes builds on previously unpublished data and extensive fieldwork in Russia to show how one high-profile hybrid regime manages political competition in the workplace and in the streets. More generally, the book develops a theory of how the nature of organizations in society, state strategies for mobilizing supporters, and elite competition shape political protest in hybrid regimes.