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2016, ISBN 0190228555, xii, 352
"In The Dictator's Dilemma, eminent China scholar Bruce Dickson explains in highly accessible prose why the Communist Party regime has survived and prospered, despite constant predictions... 
Zhongguo gong chan dang | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Communism & Socialism | POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General | Political stability | China Politics and government | Public opinion
Book
2003, Cambridge modern China series, ISBN 9780521521437, x, 187
It has become a truism that continued economic reform in China will contribute to political change. Policy makers as well as many scholars expect that... 
Political activity | Entrepreneurship | Businessmen | Zhongguo gong chan dang | China Politics and government | China Economic policy | Political aspects | China - Economic policy - 1976-2000
Book
2008, ISBN 9780521878456, xiii, 278
In Wealth into Power, Bruce Dickson challenges the notion that economic development is leading to political change in China, or that China's private entrepreneurs are helping to promote democratization... 
Zhongguo gong chan dang | China Economic policy | Political aspects | Entrepreneurship | Capitalism | Entrepreneurship - Political aspects - China
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by Dennis, Martin and Cranswick, G and Fraser, A and Grant, S and Gunkel, A and Hunter, J and Perry, D and Williamson, A and Sandercock, P.A.G and Reid, J and Graham, C and Murray, G and Cranswick, G and Dennis, M and Graham, C and Murray, G and Reid, J and Rudd, A and Sandercock, P.A.G and Venables, G and Lindley, R and Celani, M.G and Hautvast, M and Paterson, M and Reid, J and Ting, T and Bamford, J and Beydoun, N and Lindley, R and Romerosa, M and Royan, A and Russell, M and Boers, P and Millar, R and Claxton, A and Hankey, G and Gubitz, G and Jarrett, J and Legg, K and MacKay, M and Nearing, S and Phillips, S and Ehler, E and Geier, P and Mrklovský, M and Anandan, A.M and Kusumakar, G and Rosario, J and Roy, A.K and Farrelly, E and Jadrnickova, M and Masterson, L and Morris, J and Noone, I and Fancello, M.A and Parish, L.D and Pileri, P and Piras, M.P and Zedde, M.L and Bondo, V and Capecchi, D and Celani, M.G and Cupella, S and Macchitella, A and Ottaviani, C and Righetti, E and Rossi, C and Stefanini, V and Tufi, A and Dioguardi, S and Gallinella, E and Mattioni, A and Mazzoli, T and Ricci, S and Procaccianti, G and Beccu, P and Fresu, M and Musselli, M.A and Pala, A and Traccis, S and Musolino, M.R and Rasura, M and Chiarandini, S and Chiodo Grandi, F and Zugna, L and Stefanucci, S and Canhão, P and Melo, T.P and Eadie, E and Keir, S and Smith, L and Taylor, P and Wardlaw, J and Anthony, J and Boynes, A and Clough, R and Colabella, C and Collins, J and Godson, K and McGuiness, A and ... and unav and The CLOTS Trials Collaboration and CLOTS Trials Collaboration
The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 2009, Volume 373, Issue 9679, pp. 1958 - 1965
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2002, Taiwan in the modern world, ISBN 0765610639, xi, 300
The 12 years of Lee Teng-hui's presidency were marked by a series of contrary trends such as progress in the consolidation of Taiwan's democracy, and periodic... 
Lee, Teng-hui | Taiwan Politics and government | History of the Presidency
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by Seshadri, Sudha and Fitzpatrick, Annette L and Ikram, M. Arfan and DeStefano, Anita L and Gudnason, Vilmundur and Boada, Merce and Bis, Joshua C and Smith, Albert V and Carrasquillo, Minerva M and Lambert, Jean Charles and Harold, Denise and Schrijvers, Elisabeth M. C and Ramirez-Lorca, Reposo and Debette, Stephanie and Longstreth, W. T and Janssens, A. Cecile J. W and Pankratz, V. Shane and Dartigues, Jean François and Hollingworth, Paul and Aspelund, Thor and Hernandez, Isabel and Beiser, Alexa and Kuller, Lewis H and Koudstaal, Peter J and Dickson, Dennis W and Tzourio, Christophe and Abraham, Richard and Antunez, Carmen and Du, Yangchun and Rotter, Jerome I and Aulchenko, Yurii S and Harris, Tamara B and Petersen, Ronald C and Berr, Claudine and Owen, Michael J and Lopez-Arrieta, Jesus and Vardarajan, Badri N and Becker, James T and Rivadeneira, Fernando and Nalls, Michael A and Graff-Radford, Neill R and Campion, Dominique and Auerbach, Sanford and Rice, Kenneth and Hofman, Albert and Jonsson, Palmi V and Schmidt, Helena and Lathrop, Mark and Mosley, Thomas H and Au, Rhoda and Psaty, Bruce M and Uitterlinden, Andre G and Farrer, Lindsay A and Lumley, Thomas and Ruiz, Agustin and Williams, Julie and Amouyel, Philippe and Younkin, Steve G and Wolf, Philip A and Launer, Lenore J and Lopez, Oscar L and van Duijn, Cornelia M and Breteler, Monique M. B and CHARGE, GERAD1, and EADI1 Consortia, for the and CHARGE GERAD1 EADI1 Consortia and EADI1 Consortium and CHARGE Consortium and GERAD1 Consortium
JAMA : the journal of the American Medical Association, ISSN 0098-7484, 05/2010, Volume 303, Issue 18, pp. 1832 - 1840
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Nature genetics, ISSN 1546-1718, 06/2011, Volume 43, Issue 7, pp. 699 - 705
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2013, Penn Museum international research conferences, ISBN 1934536652, Volume 6., xxx, 448 pages
For almost three thousand years, Egypt and Mesopotamia were each ruled by the single sacred office of kingship. Though geographically near, these ancient... 
Power (Social sciences) | Egypt Kings and rulers | Iraq Kings and rulers | Religious aspects | Divine right of kings | Political customs and rites | Kings and rulers | Political anthropology | History | Archaeology | SOCIAL SCIENCE | Ancient | Egypt | HISTORY | Congresses | Iraq
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by Hankey, G.J and Eikelboom, J.W and Baker, R.I and Gelavis, A and Hickling, S.C and Jamrozik, K and van Bockxmeer, F.M and Vasikaran, S and Chen, C and Lees, K.R and Yi, Q and Algra, A and Wong, M.C and Cheung, R and Wong, L and Divjak, I and Ferro, J and de Freitas, G and Gommans, J and Groppa, S and Hill, M and Spence, J.D and Lisheng, L and Navarro, J and Ranawaka, U and Ricci, S and Schmidt, R and Slivka, A and Tan, K and Tsiskaridze, A and Uddin, W and Vanhooren, G and Xavier, D and Armitage, J and Hobbs, M and Le, M and Sudlow, C and Wheatley, K and Yi, Q and Brown, W and Bulder, M and Ho, W.K and Klijn, C.J.M and Koedam, E and Langton, P and Nijboer, E and Tuch, P and Pizzi, J and Tang, M and Alaparthi, R and Antenucci, M and Chew, Y and Chinnery, D and Cockayne, C and Holt, R and Loh, K and McMullin, L and Mulholland, G and Nahoo, B and Read, E and Smith, F and Yip, C.Y and Crimmins, D and Davis, T and England, M and Rakic, V and Schultz, D.W and Frayne, J and Bladin, C and Kokkinos, J and Dunbabin, D and Harper, J and Rees, P and Warden, D and Levi, C and Parsons, M and Russell, M and Spratt, N and Clayton, P and Nayagam, P and Sharp, J and Grainger, K and de Wytt, C and McDougall, A and Donnan, G.A and Grimley, R and Neynens, E and Reinhart, B and Ropele, S and Stögerer, E and Dedeken, P and Schelstraete, C and Veyt, A and Andre, C and de Freitas, G.R and Gomes, S.E and Mok, V.C.T and Wong, A and Wong, L.K.S and Cheung, R.T.F and ... and unav and The VITATOPS Trial Study Group and VITATOPS Trial Study Grp and VITATOPS Trial Study Group
Lancet neurology, ISSN 1474-4422, 2010, Volume 9, Issue 9, pp. 855 - 865
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