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  • ...Development Goals]] of the United Nations. It created the U.S. Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to administer targeted [[foreign assistance]], judged f | title = Millennium Challenge Act of 2003
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  • ...tates enabling legislation for carrying out activities related to the UN [[Millennium Development Goals]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Millennium Challenge Act]]
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  • ...d social development prospects in poor countries." CGD focuses on the interactions of globalization and heavily indebted developing countries, countries w ==Millennium Challenge Act==
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  • ...Development Goals]] of the United Nations. It created the U.S. Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) to administer targeted [[foreign assistance]], judged f | title = Millennium Challenge Act of 2003
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  • | journal = World Factbook, Central Intelligence Agency | url = https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/sg.html}}</ref>
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  • | title = The World Factbook | url = https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/rw.html}}</ref> Rwanda joined the [[East African Community]] (EAC)
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  • {{r|Millennium Challenge Act}}
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  • {{r|Millennium Challenge Act}} {{r|U.S. intelligence activities in Chad}}
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  • {{r|Millennium Development Goals}} {{r|Millennium Challenge Act}}
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  • #Failure to anticipate global reaction to the US unilaterally acting as hegemon, assuming [[American exceptionalism]]. Their strong bias agai ...explicitly assume easy democratic transformation; he sees this as more characteristic of the individual decisionmakers
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  • Active advocacy groups in this area include the [[Electronic Frontier Foundatio ...y Powers Act]] (often referred to as "RIPA" or "RIP Act"). Part III of the Act allows for police and law enforcement agencies to serve a notice requiring
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  • {{r|Millennium Challenge Act}}
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  • {{r|Millennium Challenge Act}} ...ation and Development Economics, MIT; Director, Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (MIT); advisor, [[Center for Global Development]]
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  • ...lopment assistance, M[[illennium Challenge Corporation]], the [[Millennium Challenge Account]], HIV/AIDS in foreign countries, security assistance, and Public ...ies related to the [[Arms Export Control Act]], and the Foreign Assistance Act including export and licensing policy for munitions items and technology an
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  • ...analyses may be, they are useless if they do not reach the people who can act on the information. ...is balancing the security of sources and methods against the value of the action that can be taken on the information, even if that may mean jeopardizing
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  • ..., left too small a force (36 men) in Los Angeles, and the [[Californios]], acting on their own and without help from Mexico, led by [[José Mariá Flores] ...beginning the [[California Gold Rush]], which had the most extensive impact on population growth of the state of any era. <ref> See [http://www.learnc
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  • ...ch]], who was confirmed by the Senate on December 7, 2006 after serving as Acting Commissioner for fourteen months. Von Eschenbach succeeded [[Lester Craw ...to [[interstate commerce]].<ref> [http://www.fda.gov/opacom/laws/fdcact/fdcact3.htm FDCA Section 301 at FDA website] </ref>
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  • ...work of the National Institutes of Health. By addressing the range of interactions among social settings, behavioral patterns, and important health concer ...ary-adrenal (HPA) axis, impaired immune function, altered cardiovascular reactivity, and ultimately stress-related physical and mental disorders (includin
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  • ...l website.</ref> an elite private boarding school in Edinburgh. He took an active part in school sports, played major parts in school plays and achieved h ...briefly a member of a rock band, but his principal leisure interest was in acting, and he is reported to have developed an animated stage presence<ref>Bl
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  • ...the [[Afghan Arab]]s. Later he moved more into military and [[terrorist]] activity. He was killed by United States forces in a nighttime attack on his co ...al-Faqih]], this was a central religious view. It changed through his interactions with [[Ayman al-Zawahiri]], leading to the more radical [[#Targeting th
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  • ...athematics. Mathematics strongly prizes rigor and precision. Mathematical fact is immutable, and successful mathematical theories have lifetimes of hundre ...ries in biology in the twentieth century." (See Jungck’s article for the actual equations and a discussion of their historical importance.)
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  • ...s that have been left. Burial customs going back as far as the last twenty millennium might indicate a belief in the after life, possibly an eternal existence— ...ntific theories to be tested today. Their explanations were often the interactions of extraordinary people and monsters, imaginary places and incredible e
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  • ...nce of the anecdotes and superstitions of the time of [[Homer]], toward an active conviction that an understanding of the world could be gained by ration ...[[Ancient Rome]] upon political thought has arisen from the policies and practices that it adopted rather than the writings of its philosophers. Unprecede
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  • ...diversity within species, between species and of ecosystems". This is, in fact, the closest thing to a single legally accepted definition of biodiversity, ...inction. Moreover, most scientists estimate that millions more species are actually endangered which have not yet been formally recognized. As of 2006, ab
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  • ...e king became a convert to Judaism, so that religion obviously had some impact. ...bic word for "God." It is generally argued that the word "Allah" is a contraction of al ilah, "the god" (al means "the" in Arabic).<ref>Watt, ''Muhammad:
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  • ...Chinese]], the Tai began to migrate into South-East Asia during the first millennium AD. They displaced earlier peoples (including the [[iron age]] culture who ...dominant religion. But the Lao retain many [[animism|animist]] religious practices from the pre-Buddhist era.
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  • ...nd did not join the [[United Nations]] until 2002. It pursues, however, an active foreign policy and is frequently involved in peace-building processes ar ...in the Swiss region was the [[Helvetii]]. In 58 BC, at the [[Battle of Bibracte]], [[Julius Caesar]]'s armies defeated the Helvetii.<ref name = Early/> In
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  • ...an emphasis on [[liberty]], rule by the people, and the [[civic virtue]] practised by citizens. Republicanism always stands in opposition to aristocracy, Republicanism in practice overlaps with [[democracy]], which is rule by the people. There is one m
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  • ...uation. He found U.S. claims unconvincing that China was a threat, given a millennium of Sino-Vietnamese enmity, as well as [[Dean Acheson]]'s claim that the Fre ...er must reign in Indochina as elsewhere." Moutet's Popular Front failed in actually liberalizing the situation, and he was to be involved in a greater fai
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  • ...tural and marketing meanings and implications do not necessarily remain intact after their transpacific voyage. Above all, in Japan, manga are classified ...to both female and male readers. 2. Exciting stories with true-to-life characters and the thrill of exotic locales. 3. Connecting the heart and mind throu
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  • ...lláh's teachings herald the gradual rise of a new global civilization characterized by world peace. "The earth is but one country," wrote Bahá'u'lláh ( ...ial Bahá'í number is five to six million.<ref>[http://www.bahai.org/faq/facts/bahai_faith]</ref>
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  • ...while Islam, Christianity, Judaism and Zoroastrianism arrived in the first millennium CE and shaped India's variegated culture. Gradually annexed by the [[Briti ...lion of 1857|First War of Indian Independence]] or Sepoy Mutiny, seriously challenged British rule but eventually failed. As a consequence, India came under th
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  • .... However the lawyerly style reappears in his famous state papers where he acts the advocate pleading a cause and buttressing it with precedents. Jeffers ...of which, when they enter into a state of society, they cannot, by any compact, deprive or divest their posterity; namely, the enjoyment of life and liber
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  • ...g facts by providing a symbolic representation of them and, moreover, the facts of physical theory are to be distinguished from common sense and metaphysi ...s made more complicated by attempts to extend observations of scientific practice to wider realms, including religious systems, in an attempt to compare t
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