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A $12 Billion Turnaround In the U.S. Trade Balance, Is It Feasible. A Simulation Analysis
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written by Raymond F. Mikesell, 1913-2006, in International Trade: Special Studies, 1971-2009, of ProQuest (Ann Arbor, MI) (1973), International Trade: 1971 - 1981, Reel 1: International Trade, General , 42 page(s)
Current negotiations on reform of the international monetary system, and the upcoming trade negotiations, take place against a background of general agreement that the persistent U.S. balance of payments deficit must be corrected. One approach conceives the need for an improvement of between $9 and $13 billion in...
written by Raymond F. Mikesell, 1913-2006, in International Trade: Special Studies, 1971-2009, of ProQuest (Ann Arbor, MI) (1973), International Trade: 1971 - 1981, Reel 1: International Trade, General , 42 page(s)
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(2 Car Stickers) / New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone Committee (B2773412)
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written by New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone Committee, in Institute of Commonwealth Studies Collection, of University of London. Senate House Library (London, England), Box 16 , 3 page(s)
Stickers by New Zealand Nuclear Weapon Free ZOne.
written by New Zealand Nuclear Free Zone Committee, in Institute of Commonwealth Studies Collection, of University of London. Senate House Library (London, England), Box 16 , 3 page(s)
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3 January 1959: Revolution: Cuba, Castro And The Communists
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written by Alistair Cooke, 1908-2004 (London, England: Guardian Media Group, 2018, originally published 2011),
Source: www.theguardian.com
written by Alistair Cooke, 1908-2004 (London, England: Guardian Media Group, 2018, originally published 2011),
Source: www.theguardian.com
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written by History Collection (New York, NY: History Collection, 2017),
Source: historycollection.co
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5 Shorts Project, Interview With a Free Man
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directed by Nicolas Lévesque, fl. 2013; produced by Catherine Benoit, fl. 2014, Colette Loumède, fl. 1998-2016 and Nathalie Cloutier, fl. 2004, Spirafilm and National Film Board of Canada, in 5 Shorts Project (Montreal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2015), 6 mins
In this documentary short, several men go through a job interview eager to get a fresh start in life. With each question that's asked, we glimpse tiny snippets of their lives along with their hopes and fears. Nicolas Lévesque's Interview with a Free Man cleverly toys with viewers through its oblique narration, co...
directed by Nicolas Lévesque, fl. 2013; produced by Catherine Benoit, fl. 2014, Colette Loumède, fl. 1998-2016 and Nathalie Cloutier, fl. 2004, Spirafilm and National Film Board of Canada, in 5 Shorts Project (Montreal, QC: National Film Board of Canada, 2015), 6 mins
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6 Battle for the Gulf, 1 of 6, A Summer Cloud
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in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 1 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 52 mins
At the end of the Iran-Iraq War, Iraq was close to bankruptcy because of President Saddam Hussein’s military spending and his attempts to build nuclear weapons. The U.S. had sided with Saddam Hussein during Iraq’s eight-year war with Iran, but the American government was confident it could contain his ambition...
in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 1 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 52 mins
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6 Battle for the Gulf, 2 of 6, A Dark and Frightening Picture
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in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 2 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 50 mins
This film begins on August 2nd, 1990 – the day Iraq invaded Kuwait. Republican Guard tanks sealed off the city while Iraqi special-forces seized government buildings. The advancing Iraqis met little resistance. The Emir had stood down his army to avoid provoking Saddam. Many of his soldiers were taking their sum...
in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 2 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 50 mins
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6 Battle for the Gulf, 3 of 6, Wrong on All Points
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in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 3 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 50 mins
Republican Guard tanks sealed off Kuwait city while Iraqi special forces seized government buildings. The advancing Iraqis met little resistance. The Emir had stood down his army to avoid provoking Saddam. Many of his soldiers were taking their summer vacations. Saddam thought any reprisals would be limited and wo...
in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 3 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 50 mins
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6 Battle for the Gulf, 4 of 6, The 19th Province
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in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 4 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 51 mins
The Cairo conference, the diplomatic offensive, the exodus of refugees from Kuwait, the military mobilization and the Allied decision to go on the offensive on November 8th, 1990. The occupation of Kuwait, the organisation of the resistance, the military build-up of 700,000 troops and the final diplomatic rounds....
in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 4 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 51 mins
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6 Battle for the Gulf, 5 of 6, A Different Kind of War
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in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 5 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 50 mins
The air war by the Allies begins. The Allies started jamming Baghdad’s radar defences. The jamming gave the game away. Iraqi radars were blinded, but 3,000 anti-aircraft guns and 60 missile batteries began firing wildly into the sky. Allied missiles destroyed the main telephone tower. Another laser-guided bomb h...
in 6 Battle for the Gulf, 5 of 6 (London, England: SW Pictures, 2001), 50 mins
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