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Christoph Menke

precisely, an act of double relief, with which Kleist’s “comedy” of The Broken Jug seals its departure from the tragedy of its distant source, Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, and sets course for the happy ending of a comedy.55 Once the guilt of Judge Adam has become obvious  –​though not, as in Oedipus, by his own doing, nor in a legal proceeding, but only after the end of that proceeding  –​he immediately puts into action what Oedipus proclaims he will do: Adam escapes from the city (though his polis is merely a village near Utrecht). When those he leaves behind observe Adam

in Law and violence
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Results and reactions
Samantha Newbery

under UN supervision, the end of the Emergency and the release of all detainees. 162 A UN Mission visited Aden in April 1967 to find ways of implementing past Resolutions. In the words of Julian Paget, a soldier who served in the High Commissioner’s Security Secretariat and has since written about how to succeed in counter-insurgency, their visit was a tragi-comedy, ending when they ‘hurried off in an

in Interrogation, intelligence and security
Kosovo and the Balkanisation–integration nexus
Peter van Ham

which marks a specific site within a wider geopolitical space/power/knowledge system, a system which produces the scripts for many actors, which affects the dramas and comedies that are being played, and which therefore never passively is , but is always under dynamic (de)construction. Many tactical interventions can be made to illustrate and analyse the different aspects of the wider problem of how

in Mapping European security after Kosovo
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Christian Kaunert

-gone time periods. The question of how important the European Commission is in EU policy-making is even the object of legendary fiction from the early 1980s. In the famous BBC comedy series Yes , Minister , the episode ‘The devil you know’, first broadcast 23 March 1981, deals extensively with the alleged powers of the EU. The fictional character, UK Minister Jim Hacker, becomes upset about the (then

in European internal security