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Emmanuelle Strub

, given that in 2012 MdM had a presence on every continent, in some forty countries, with 136 international and 1,700 national employees. At headquarters they had fourteen desk managers to oversee the sixty-five projects. In addition, I was unclear about my role. I had practically no support, though the scope of my job was enormous, from strengthening the overall security framework to providing operational support at one of multiple field projects. What was expected

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Thomas C. Mills

responsibility for any errors is mine alone. 2 Ian MacDonald , Revolution in the Head: The Beatles’ Records and the Sixties ( London : Pimlico , 1995 ), 77 n. The Beatles were aided in their domination of the American charts by the simultaneous release of different records by a variety of minor US labels. Ironically, the multiple ownership of the Beatles’ catalogue that facilitated this unusual development was the result of Capitol Records having previously sold their initial rights on the songs, reflecting the earlier lack of interest in the group in the United

in Culture matters
Memory and identity in Cold War America
Brian Etheridge

Herrick Library (MHL), Beverly Hills, CA, US; Abby Mann, ‘Judgment at Nuremberg’, 1961, Stanley Kramer Papers, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, US. 19 T. Gitlin, The Sixties: Years of Hope, Days of Rage (New York: Bantam Books, 1993); T. Windt , Presidents and Protesters: Political Rhetoric in the 1960s ( Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama , 1990 ); R. Lieberman , Prairie Power: Voices of 1960s Midwestern Student Protest ( Columbia : University of Missouri Press , 2004 ), p. 71 ; S. Stern , With the Weathermen: The Personal Journal of a Revolutionary Woman

in Prussians, Nazis and Peaceniks
Christopher K. Colley and Sumit Gunguly

addition, in the years where data is available, Figure 3.3 shows that the Indian public had ‘confidence in the US President’. 3.1 Indian favourability ratings of the United States 3.2 Indian favourability ratings of Americans 3.3 Indian confidence in the American president America’s relatively high approval ratings in India, along with Obama’s relationship with Modi, help explain why Obama was the chief guest at the sixty-sixth Republic Day on 26 January 2015. This was the first time an American president had this honour, and in making

in The United States in the Indo-Pacific
Deepening ties and securitising cyberspace
Maryanne Kelton and Zac Rogers

norms and international regimes drew marked support. From his understanding of America as a Pacific nation, to his repeated visits to the region, his familial connections with Indonesia, and his cooperative diplomacy, Obama’s intent to work with the region was clear. In these respects, Australia was reassured by the presidential interest in its immediate region. Emblematic too of the Obama effect in the relationship was Prime Minister Julia Gillard’s 2011 statement to the US Congress, in which she announced that Australia was ‘[a]‌n ally for the sixty years past and

in The United States in the Indo-Pacific
Anca Mihaela Pusca

Perhaps the most important characteristic that the book focuses on is the tenuous relationship between Romanian communism and Russian Stalinism. While fiercely upheld at first, Russian Stalinism was later rejected in order to make room for the local consolidation of power and for an alternative route to development, one that while equally violent, tended to experiment more with ideas coming from other communist regimes like China or North Korea. During the sixty-eight years of Romanian communism however, there is little indication of any true, widespread intellectual

in Revolution, democratic transition and disillusionment