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Meir Hatina

, prosperity, rights and freedoms, as promised to us by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. 21 The realization of these demands, al-Akhdar clarified, was contingent on the fulfillment of three conditions: Resolving the Arab–Israeli conflict in order to move from war on the battlefield to war against pollution, disease, poverty, illiteracy, poor education, and population explosion. The formulation of an international Marshall Plan for

in Arab liberal thought in the modern age
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Susan Strange

countries, and that it is therefore only a partial and distant solution to the problem of international debt. A choice of scenarios Perhaps, though, partial and distant solutions to this (as to other problems of the international system) are all that can reasonably be hoped for. Just as there is no quick or easy solution to the problem of nuclear weapons, the population explosion, or the pollution of the seas and the skies, so it is hard to envisage a quick and easy solution to the uncertainties of a precarious financial system. As with the other problems, the known

in Casino Capitalism
From import-substitution industrialization to economic liberalization
Sagarika Dutt

the union budget]?’ (Bagchi, 2005). Populationexplosion’ One of the main characteristics of India as a developing economy is the rate of growth of the population. The total population of India crossed the 1 billion mark in March 2000.2 India has high birth rates and declining death rates, thanks to modern science and improved health facilities.Although birth rates have fallen from 36.9 per thousand in 1971 to 29.5 per thousand in 1991 and 25.8 per thousand in 2002, death rates have fallen even more steeply, from 14.9 per thousand in 1971 to 9.8 per thousand in

in India in a globalized world
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Europe and its Muslim minorities
Amikam Nachmani

accelerates’, Bloomberg (28 March 2012), reprinted in Haaretz, TheMarker (29 March 2012, Hebrew). Hichem Karoui, ‘Middle East-North Africa population explosion’, World Security Network Foundation (5 April 2005) (emphasis added). Tarek Sultan Al Essa, Board of Agility (a Kuwaiti logistics company), The World Economic Forum, Istanbul (28–29 September 2014), quoted in Jerusalem Post (1  October 2014), p. 8. Nikita Mehta, ‘World population to cross 11 billion by 2100: UN study’, Live Mint and Wall Street Journal (19 September 2014),

in Haunted presents