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  • ...n takes place in a general context that reducing international barriers to trade is desirable; an ideal, not necessarily realizable, is that all countriee e ...ities of [[international economics]] and of the political conflicts of the world; it is not always successful.
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  • ...evelops trade policies and resolves disputes, with an assumption that free trade is generally the best
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  • {{r|General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs}} {{r|North American Free Trade Agreement}}
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  • #REDIRECT [[World Trade Organisation]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[World Trade Organisation]]
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  • {{r|Free Trade Area of the Americas}} {{r|World Trade Organisation}}
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  • ...ecession]] to involve a reduction in the recorded economic activity of the world as a whole. Every major economy was affected. The developed economies exper ...e crisis|global financial crisis]] involving the failure of several of the world's largest banks.
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  • ...a word used by some academics to refer to particular forms of governmental organisation or [[political system]]). The term politics itself has also been used ...ece|Ancient Greece]] that provides the evolutionary spine for most of the world's [[political system]]s. It was from the Greek word for city (''polis'') t
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  • ...d interactions between the inhabitants of different countries, including trade, investment and migration. ==International trade==
    45 KB (6,724 words) - 10:53, 22 October 2013
  • ...d interactions between the inhabitants of different countries, including trade, investment and migration. ==International trade==
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  • {{r|World Trade Organisation}}
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  • One of about 210 countries in the world, at 7,610,930 km<sup>2</sup> comprises 5% of the land area of the globe, bu ...n Shield.<ref>Information in this subsection, is from SBS. 1995. ''The SBS World Guide''. 4th edn. Melbourne: Reed Reference.</ref> This plateau, much of it
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  • ...o military action. [[Legal systems of the world|Legal systems]] around the world elaborate legal rights and responsibilities in different ways. A basic dist ...tion for public international law, the United Nations was conceived during World War II]]-->
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  • {{r|World Trade Organisation}}
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  • ...ery, it did not fall below 15 per cent until the beginning of the [[Second World War]]. ...l other countries did not fully recover until the outbreak of the [[Second World War]].
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  • ...PEC]], [[World Trade Organization]] (WTO) , [[United Nations Conference on Trade and Development]] ([[UNCTAD]]) ...ation]] (ISO), [[International Telecommunications Organization]] (ITU), [[World Health Organization]] (WHO)
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  • ...Clinton]]'s Council of Economic Advisors, sat as chief economist at the [[World Bank]], and shared the 2001 [[Nobel Prize for Economics]] <ref name=Nobel1> ...hairman in June 1995; and senior vice president and chief economist of the World Bank (1997–2000). In 2001 Stiglitz became professor of economics, busines
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  • ...ound an "Irish Union". The ITGWU was formally launched and registered as a trade union on 4th January 1909. ...rest in socialist agitation, accepted an offer from Larkin to become ITGWU organiser in Belfast in June 1911.
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  • {{r|Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe}} {{r|World International Property Organization}}
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  • | title = Jihad vs. McWorld: How Globalism and Tribalism Are Reshaping the World | title = The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order
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  • ...won few converts to Christianity, but he did succeed in making the outside world aware of the wealth of the Lao kingdom. ...han the Lao, and had acquired firearms, while the landlocked Lao could not trade directly with the Europeans. Divided and leaderless, they were no match for
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  • ...ttp://cryptozoic.posterous.com/press-725 Cryptozoic Entertainment acquires World of Warcraft Trading Card Game Licence] March 24 2010</ref>. Since its initi ...s the same colours to reflect the rarity of items found in the online game world. Common cards are colour-coded white. In general, the more rare a card, t
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  • ...gn for Nuclear Disarmament]] and the [[Muslim Association of Britain]], it organised the London march against the Iraq war on the 15 February 2003 which betwe
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