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Fri Mar 21 17:15:06 2014 UTClccn-n500297080.28The clash of civilizations and the remaking of world order /0.491.00Huntington's civilizational issues and morality in law /9910927Samuel_P._Huntingtonn 5002970865080Guntìngton, Semûel P.Hāntinghtūn, ṢāmūʼīlHāntinghtūn, Sāmū'īl 1927-2008Hantington, Samjuel P.Hantington, Säymil 1927-2008Hantingtons, Semjuels, 1927-Hantinjtūn, ṢāmwīlHantinjtun, Samwil 1927-2008Hengtingdun, Saimiao'er 1927-2008Hungtingdun, Saimiu'erHungtingdun, Saimiu'er 1927-2008Huntington, S. P.Huntington, S. P. 1927-2008Huntington, Samuel.Huntington, Samuel P. (Samuel Phillips), 1927-Huntington, Samuel Phillips.Huntington, Samuel Phillips 1927-2008Khantington, S. P. 1927-2008Khantington, S. P. (Sėmi︠u︡ėl P.)Khantington, Sami︠u︡ėlʹKhantington, Samiuel' 1927-2008Khantington, Samuėlʹ P.Khantington, Samuel' P. 1927-2008Khantington, Sėmi︠u︡ėl P.Khantington, Semiuel P. 1927-2008Philipps Huntington, Samuel 1927-2008Saimiao'er Hengtingdun 1927-2008Хантингтон, Самюэль, 1927-Хантингтон, Сэмюэл, 1927-هانتنغتون، صاموئيلハンチントン, サミュエルハンチントン, サミュエル・P塞缪尔·亨廷顿 1927-2008lccn-n79139746Harvard UniversityCenter for International Affairsedtlccn-n85092188Harrison, Lawrence E.auiorgedtlccn-n50041134Brzezinski, Zbigniew1928-auilccn-n79026686Berger, Peter L.1929-orgcomedtlccn-n80065918Moore, Clement Henryothedtlccn-n79145189Inglehart, Ronaldlccn-n50020821Watanuki, Jōji1931-lccn-n80034033Crozier, Michellccn-n78083381American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Researchlccn-n78095518Trilateral CommissionHuntington, Samuel P.HistoryConference proceedingsCross-cultural studiesUnited StatesPolitical scienceWorld politicsCivilization, ModernPost-communismMilitary policyCultureSocial valuesDemocracyMilitarismCivil supremacy over the militaryCivilizationNational characteristics, AmericanPower (Social sciences)Soviet UnionIdealism, AmericanSocial classesPolitical science--PhilosophyDeveloping countriesGlobalizationTotalitarianismOne-party systemsSocial changeJapanHuntington, Samuel PAuthoritarianismDemocratizationEuropePolitical participationPolitical developmentSociology, MilitaryArmed ForcesMilitary readinessNational securityEast and WestEthnic relations--Political aspectsIslamic civilizationIslam--RelationsClash of civilizations and the remaking of world order (Huntington, Samuel P.)International relationsPolitical stabilityEconomic development--Political aspectsSocial change--Political aspectsPolitics and cultureCulture--Political aspectsInvestments, JapaneseBalance of tradeEconomic policyInternational economic relationsCulture conflict1927200819471948195019511956195719591961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013279713571191306UA23ocn000071955ocn000258754ocn047892520ocn301629804ocn489841206ocn492054005ocn263156827ocn801309992ocn590191942ocn468556973ocn002909006ocn468558908ocn468558915ocn437430528ocn055907386ocn685251751ocn628211697ocn441885506ocn185792693ocn186137476346479ocn035029747book19960.28Huntington, Samuel PThe clash of civilizations and the remaking of world orderHistoryIn the summer of 1993 Foreign Affairs published an article entitled "The Clash of Civilizations?" by Samuel Huntington. No article, according to the editors of that distinguished journal, has generated more discussion since George Kennan's "X" article on containment in the 1940s. Now, Mr. Huntington expands on his article, explores further the issues he raised then, and develops many new penetrating and controversial analyses. In the article, he posed the question whether conflicts between civilizations would dominate the future of world politics. In the book, he gives his answer, showing not only how clashes between civilizations are the greatest threat to world peace but also how an international order based on civilizations is the best safeguard against war+-+4699939315187522ocn043427573book20000.33Culture matters : how values shape human progressCross-cultural studies"Prominent scholars and journalists ponder the question of why, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the world is more divided than ever between the rich and the poor, between those living in freedom and those under oppression"--Publisher description+-+0126850195175557ocn000497058book19680.53Huntington, Samuel PPolitical order in changing societiesThis now classic examination of the development of viable political institutions in emerging nations is an enduring contribution to modern political analysis. The foreword by Fukuyama assesses Huntingdon's achievement+-+4571665585175064ocn000569431book19470.53Huntington, Samuel PThe soldier and the state; the theory and politics of civil-military relationsWorld war II: the alchemy of power; Civil-military relations in the postwar decade; The political roles of the Joints Chiefs; The separation of power and the cold war defense; Departmental structure of civil-military relations; Toward a new equilibrium+-+7182639215150921ocn054400099book20040.28Huntington, Samuel PWho are we? : the challenges to America's national identityAmerica was founded by settlers who brought with them a distinct culture including the English language, Protestant values, individualism, religious commitment, and respect for law. The waves of later immigrants came gradually accepted these values and assimilated into America's Anglo-Protestant culture. More recently, however, national identity has been eroded by the problems of assimilating massive numbers of immigrants, bilingualism, multiculturalism, the devaluation of citizenship, and the "denationalization" of American élites. September 11 brought a revival of American patriotism, but already there are signs that this is fading. This book shows the need for us to reassert the core values that make us Americans.--From publisher description+-+8805239315150360ocn001175486book19640.50Brzezinski, ZbigniewPolitical power: USA/USSRComparative analysis of Soviet and American institutions, sponsored jointly by the Russian Institute and The Institute of War and Peace Studies, Columbia University147320ocn023649664book19910.50Huntington, Samuel PThe third wave : democratization in the late twentieth centuryHistory+-+5160761535137716ocn007578028book19810.50Huntington, Samuel PAmerican politics : the promise of disharmony+-+9675859215114727ocn047892520book20020.53Berger, Peter LMany globalizations : cultural diversity in the contemporary world'Many Globalizations' is an attempt to account for the cultural impact of globalisation in the lives of ordinary citizens from ten countries. The results of the study portray vast numbers of people intermixing participation in a global economy with indigenous values and lifestyles+-+6196060465110313ocn000071955book19700.53Huntington, Samuel PAuthoritarian politics in modern society; the dynamics of established one-party systems91920ocn000569270book19610.59Huntington, Samuel PThe common defense : strategic programs in national politics82815ocn001935735book19750.59Crozier, MichelThe crisis of democracy : report on the governability of democracies to the Trilateral Commission+-+K05862963577220ocn001733630book19760.63Huntington, Samuel PNo easy choice : political participation in developing countries73810ocn000258754book19620.63Huntington, Samuel PChanging patterns of military politicsTheoretical and empirical essays consider the pattern of violence in world politics5518ocn002798466book19760.70Goodpaster, Andrew JCivil-military relations51620ocn014818285book19870.70Weiner, MyronUnderstanding political development : an analytic study4637ocn012080847book19850.70Reorganizing America's defense : leadership in war and peaceConference proceedings4077ocn008476303book19820.76The Strategic imperative : new policies for American security34731ocn312752793book19960.35Huntington, Samuel PDer Kampf der Kulturen : die Neugestaltung der Weltpolitik im 21. JahrhundertIn the summer of 1993 Foreign Affairs published an article entitled "The Clash of Civilizations?" by Samuel Huntington. No article, according to the editors of that distinguished journal, has generated more discussion since George Kennan's "X" article on containment in the 1940s. Now, Mr. Huntington expands on his article, explores further the issues he raised then, and develops many new penetrating and controversial analyses. In the article, he posed the question whether conflicts between civilizations would dominate the future of world politics. In the book, he gives his answer, showing not only how clashes between civilizations are the greatest threat to world peace but also how an international order based on civilizations is the best safeguard against war3287ocn011971787book19850.76Global dilemmas+-+90709646359954ocn310200319file20030.53Inglehart, R. LHuman values and social change findings from the values surveysThe Values Surveys reveal the impact of changing values on societal phenomena, demonstrating that a distinctive Islamic culture existsand it favors democracy. Other analyses examine Gender Equality, Corruption and Democracy; political satisfaction; and Vietnamese, Israeli and South African values+-+25637695542617ocn286518036book20090.79The borders of Islam : exploring Huntington's faultlines, from Al-Andalus to the virtual ummah"In The Clash of Civilizations, Samuel Huntington argued that the borders between Western and Islamic civilizations would one day become the loci of cultural conflict. The statements of Osama Bin-Laden would seem to support this view. "This battle is not between al-Qaeda and the U.S.," he famously said in October of 2001. "This is a battle of Muslims against the Global Crusaders."" "These specially commissioned essays critically examine the virtual and actual borders of Islamic civilization. Contributors concentrate on local dynamics and whether they support or contradict an emerging global confrontation between Islam and its Christian, Hindu, Buddhist, and secular neighbors. They consider borders that host Muslim majorities (Afghanistan, Bosnia, Chechnya, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Somalia, Pakistan, and Turkey), those that have significant Muslim minorities (Philippines, Nigeria, and India), and those that reflect new faultlines created by migration to France, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Spain or by advances in technology." "Essays explore the rise of international Salafi jihadism and whether it can be traced to countries that straddle the Islamic and non-Islamic world. In conclusion, the contributors argue that mechanisms far more complex than those described in Huntington's Clash of Civilizations influence many border regions, suggesting that, while poverty and institutional failure heighten religious awareness and practice, the actual effects of these phenomena are entirely different."--BOOK JACKET+-+9779066875913ocn031606621book19950.90Kataoka, TetsuyaThe truth about the Japanese "threat" : misperceptions of the Sam Huntington thesis+-+1751042635213ocn284589415book19820.53Peng, Thomas Ching-pengZheng zhi an ding de she ji jia-- Han ting dunBiography191ocn040551085book19981.00Khāna, Moḥ. Māimula ĀhasānaHuntington's civilizational issues and morality in lawCritique of Samuel P. Huntington181ocn223845854visu20020.59Said, Edward WThe myth of the "clash of civilizations"In this lecture delivered at the University of Massachusetts, Edward Said in a critique of the groundbreaking article by Samuel Huntington takes aim at one of the central tenets of recent foreign policy thinking - that conflicts between different and clashing "civilizations" (Western, Islamic, Confucian) characterize the contemporary world. Said argues that collapsing complex, diverse and contradictory groups of people into vast, simplistic abstractions has disastrous consequences. Presenting instead a vision of the "coexistence" of difference, Said concludes with the fundamental challenge that faces humanity at the turn of the millennium131ocn036579297book19950.98Komar, I︠U︡. IDemokratii︠a︡ i avtoritarizm v tretʹem mire v kont︠s︡e XX v. : kont︠s︡ept︠s︡ii︠a︡ S.P. Khantingtona i otkliki na nee : nauchno-analiticheskiĭ obzor122ocn541040816book20090.47Seddig, ChristinaDie Welt im Chaos oder als Einheit? Huntingtons umstrittene Zivilisationstheorie im Lichte der Weltordnungsdebatte101ocn078596063book20030.98Mahlan Huntinghtūn-- mahlan Fūkūyāmā : naẓarīyat al-shabakah al-taṣfawīyah fī ṣirāʻ al-thaqāfāt wa-al-māddah91ocn173075873book20060.98Ṣāliḥī, al-ʻĪdal-ʻAwlamah wa-al-siyādah al-waṭanīyah al-mustaḥīlah : min Būdān wa-Hayghal ilá Fūkūyāmā wa-Huntighatūn, aw, min taʼrīkh ḥaḍārah ilá takrīs haymanatahā41ocn062299806book20020.97Coandă, GeorgeGeocivilizație românească : un răspuns domnului Samuel P. Huntington31ocn297133765book20031.00Khondker, Habibul HaqueClashing states, hidden civilizations : beyond Huntington31ocn041755639book19970.96Cacciari, GiuseppePer un'esegesi di Huntington : contestazioni alle dinamiche multi-culturali ed involuzioni della politologia americanaHistory21ocn026445680book19901.00Lang, SergeThe Huntington fileRecords and correspondence22ocn675719830book20040.47Crépon, MBunmei no shōtotsu to yū giman : Bōryoku no rensa o tachikiru eikyū heiwa ron eno kairo21ocn668251792book19910.47Erasmus, GideonA comparison of the theories of political development of Samuel P. Huntington and Andre Gunder Frank21ocn858965290book20020.81Burṣān, Ahmad Salīmʻālam al-Janūb : al-mafhūm wa-taḥaddiyātuh21ocn022828283book19810.92Zhao, XingguangZhongshan xian sheng jian guo li lun yu Hantingdun zheng zhi fa zhan li lun zhi bi jiao yan jiu11ocn055518909book20030.73Aydın, MustafaOnların savaşı : Brezezinski ... kissinger ... Huntington11ocn015183213art19861.00Putnam, Robert DSamuel P. Huntington : an appreciation+-+4699939315+-+4699939315Fri Mar 21 15:20:34 EDT 2014batch41354