Asian Security Seminar: Strategic Shortfall - The Somali Syndrome
Contrary to conventional wisdom, this presentation argues that it was not the 9/11 attacks that transformed the international security environment. Instead, it was "Somali Syndrome," an aversion to intervening in failed states that began in the wake of the1993 U.S./UN action in Somalia. The botched raid precipitated America's strategic retreat from its post-Cold War experiment at partnership with the UN in nation-building and peace enforcement and engendered U.S. paralysis in the face of genocid
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Colour quiz in Punjabi
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Sunday Service - 3/20/2011 - Sam Wells
A service of worship in Duke University Chapel. The Reverend Dr Samuel Wells delivers a sermon entitled "Our Tortured State." Bulletin: http://bit.ly/eHC8yE Sermon: http://bit.ly/gzfoaR
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OSU Web Communications Reel 2010
This is a collection of projects done by the Web Communications office at OSU. It is a sample of some of our favorite projects from the past year.
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What is Matter?
Matter is everywhere. This video gives the basic characteristics of matter. It addresses the three forms of matter along with the properties of matter.  All matter takes up space and has mass. Run time 1:29 min.
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7. Friedrich von Wieser: From Economist to Social Scientist
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EMOIS Nancy 2011 - A quelle distance de chez soi se fait-on hospitaliser?

A quelle distance de chez soi se fait-on hospitaliser ?
Auteur(s) : F. Evain, C. Minodier, Direction de la Recherche, des Études, de l’Évaluation et des Statistiques - Ministère chargé de la santé, Paris
Introduction : L’accessibilité géographique aux services de santé peut être définie de deux façons différentes : théorique en mesurant la distance à l’établissement le plus proche et effective en calculant la distance réellement parcourue par un patient pou
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Episode 93: What Role Stem Cells in Leukaemia?

Physician and researcher David Curtis outlines current understanding of the complex relationship between stem cells and cancer -- in particular leukemia.