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Author: George Jonas
Publisher: Lester Pub.
Keywords: incorrect, politically
Number of Pages: 311
Published: 1991
ISBN-10: 1895555043
ISBN-13: 9781895555042

Author: Theodore S. Greenberg
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Keywords: banking, sector, measures, preventive, exposed, persons, politically
Number of Pages: 126
Published: 2010-04-19
ISBN-10: 0821382497
ISBN-13: 9780821382493

In recent years, revelations of grand corruption and the plunder of state assets have led to greater scrutiny of financial relationships with politically exposed persons (PEPs)'¬ ;senior government officials and their family members and close associates. Notwithstanding the efforts by many financial institutions and regulatory authorities to prevent corrupt PEPs from entering and using the financial system to launder the proceeds of corruption, there has been an overall failure in the effective implementation of international standards on PEPs. Implementation of an effective PEP regime is a c

Author: Stephen J. Wager
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: relations, future, mexico, military, civil, zapatista, revolt, implications, awakening
Number of Pages: 33
Published: 1994
ISBN-10: 142891479X
ISBN-13: 9781428914797

Drs. Stephen Wager and Donald Schulz examine the causes, nature and implications of the Zapatista uprising, emphasizing in particular its impact on Mexican civil-military relations. They argue that, together with the onset of democratization, the Chiapas rebellion has strained these relations and led to a certain mutual distancing between the Mexican army and government. Interestingly enough, however, they argue that this may actually be a good thing since it means that the military is becoming a more politically neutral institution and will likely be more open to the idea of an opposition ele

Author: DIANE Publishing Company
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: process, electoral, assistance, haiti
Number of Pages: 36
Published: 1996-10-01
ISBN-10: 0788134639
ISBN-13: 9780788134630

From Sep. Ô94 through Mar. Ô95, 20,000 U.S. troops & 4,100 military & support personnel from other countries was deployed to Haiti to establish a safe & secure environment.Ó This report reviews U.S. efforts to foster democratic elections & increased respect for human rights in Haiti. Includes: how the elections were conducted; the nature & extent of U.S. support for these elections; & whether election assistance funds were properly controlled & spent. Assesses Haiti's progress in investigating allegations of politically motivated killings.

Author: Crucible II Group
Publisher: IDRC
Keywords: people, plants, patents, revisited, resources, genetic, solutions, policy, options, seeding
Number of Pages: 136
Published: 2000-09
ISBN-10: 0889369267
ISBN-13: 9780889369269

Seeding Solutions Volume 1 brings readers up to date on what has changed “ scientifically, politically, and environmentally “ since the publication in 1994 of the landmark, People, Plants, and Patents.Volume 1 offers policy makers a clear description of the facts, the fights and the flora relevant to the ownership, conservation, and exchange of genetic resources. Readers new to these issues will learn from this book why germplasm is important and how it relates to trade negotiations, intellectual property disputes and food and health security, both nationally and internationally.

Author: Akhter U. Ahmed
Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst
Keywords: performance, options, reform, structure, system, food, subsidy, egyptian
Number of Pages: 330
Published: 2001-05
ISBN-10: 0896291219
ISBN-13: 9780896291218

The Egyptian Food Subsidy System: Structure, Performance, and Options for Reform evaluates the economic, political, and technical feasibility of reducing costs while improving or maintaining the welfare of the poor. The report addresses five questions: (1) How well does the present system target the poor? (2) How much leakage- the pilferage of subsidized foods in the distribution channel-occurs? (3) At what cost does the government transfer income to the needy? (4) How can subsidies be better targeted to the needy? And (5) What are politically feasible options for reform?

Author: Alex Modzelewski
Publisher: Alex Modzelewski
Keywords: leash, breaking, woman
Number of Pages: 277
Published: 2009-07
ISBN-10: 098151832X
ISBN-13: 9780981518329

We owe you nothing! As he sails into Moon City, a floating community of anarchists in the North Pacific, Doctor Paul Bronski is greeted by a sign: "We owe you nothing." A refugee from the economically and politically repressed continent, Bronski meets harbormaster Grace; from this attractive rebel he learns about a truly free way of life-and about committed love. Targets of a misguided counterintelligence operation, Paul and Grace must outsmart and outrun the mighty espionage organization, both on the waters of the Pacific and in the mountains of Panama. They confront the brute power with cour
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