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The theme that Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was one of the most powerful leaders of Pakistan persists across many Pakistani textbooks and seminal works in constitutional and political history of the country. 1,092 more words
Заслушване на кандидатите за генерали от Народното събрание, или
Опит за спиране на тенденцията на ре-политизация на офицерския корпус в Българската армия.
Както често се случва в България, решим да направим нещо добро и задължително го правим половинчато. 10 more words
Strange as it may seem, most of what you need to know about what’s happening in the world is at your fingertips. If you want to understand the interests of a country, what its goals are, and what it’s thinking, there’s no need to delve into the Top Secret stash of operational details (today there’s… 229 more words
Military personnel are rarely placed at the centre of analyses of social and political change in the twentieth century. The growing consensus that the wars of the twentieth century ‘laid the basis’ for important reforms, most notably the birth of the modern welfare state, has been driven almost exclusively by studies of the home front in war; too rarely have scholars investigated how citizens at the battlefront have affected change. 905 more words