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 Europe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Europe has a long history of cultural and economic achievement, starting as far back as the Palaeolithic, although this is true for the rest of the Old World as well.
Europe is geologically and geographically a peninsula or subcontinent, forming the westernmost part of Eurasia.
Having lived side-by-side with agricultural peoples for millennia, Europe's animals and plants have been profoundly affected by the presence and activities of man. With the exception of Scandinavia and northern Russia, few areas of untouched wilderness are today to be found in Europe, except for different natural parks. /wiki/Europe   (2933 words)

 Stonehenge, England
With the development of Carbon-14 dating techniques, the infusion-diffusion conception of British Neolithic history was abandoned and the megalithic monuments of Britain (and Europe) were shown to predate those of the eastern Mediterranean, Egyptian, Mycenean, and Greek cultures.
During the past few decades the orthodox archaeological opinion generally assumed their function to be concerned with the ritual activities and territorial markings of various Neolithic chiefdoms.
Interpretations of the stone rings made in previous centuries tended to reflect the cultural biases of their times and were sometimes wildly imaginative. /europe/england/stonehenge.html   (2048 words)

 Major Religions Ranked by Size
This list is based primarily on the degree of doctrinal/theological similarity among all the various sub-groups which belong to these classifications, and to a lesser extent based on diversity in practice, ritual and organization.
In many countries (Germany is a good example) there is also segment of the population which is counted as adherents of a religion, but which do not personally profess belief in that religion.
This is comparable to certain Catholic and Protestant nations in Europe where the majority of people have been Christianed or otherwise counted as a member of the state church, but where large proportions of the population are non-practicing. /Religions_By_Adherents.html   (11821 words)

 Forward to the Past - Capitalism in Post-Communist Europe
The core countries of Central Europe (the Czech Republic, Hungary and, to a lesser extent, Poland) experienced industrial capitalism in the inter-war period.
The present brobdignagian agricultural sectors in countries as diverse as Poland and Macedonia attest to this continuity of feudal practices.
But the countries comprising the vast expanses of the New Independent States, Russia and the Balkan had no real acquaintance with it. /pp61.html   (1186 words)

 List of past countries in Europe -
Below is a list of countries in Europe but no longer exist:
See also history of Europe and list of extinct countries, empires, etc.
List of past countries in Europe - /display/Past_European_Countries   (89 words)

 Encyclopedia: List of countries
This is an alphabetical list of countries of the world, including both internationally recognized and generally unrecognized independent states, inhabited dependent territories, as well as areas of special sovereignty.
This is the list of city listings by country and territory: See also List of cities by latitude List of metropolitan areas by population List of national capitals List of capitals of subnational entities List of towns List of neighborhood listings by city External link Place Names of Europe Categories...
Jump to: navigation, search This List of countries by native names is an alphabetical list of countries of the world with the names in the official native languages, including both de jure and de facto independent states, inhabited dependent territories, as well as areas of special sovereignty. /encyclopedia/List-of-countries   (6227 words)

 (I) Overview of State-Sponsored Terrorism
The United States is firmly committed to removing countries from the list once they have taken necessary steps to end their link to terrorism.
If the United States deems a country to "repeatedly provide support for acts of international terrorism," the US Government is required by law to add it to the list.
The designation of state sponsors of terrorism by the United States--and the imposition of sanctions--is a mechanism for isolating nations that use terrorism as a means of political expression. /s/ct/rls/pgtrpt/2000/index.cfm?docid=2441   (3143 words)

 Nothing to Fear: Washington Should Embrace the European Union
Contrary to the Atlanticist evolution of Europe and revitalization of NATO that was a signal achievement of the late 1990s, resistance to U.S. leadership is now growing among democratic populations whose support Washington needs as much as it does that of their leaders.
In "Saving NATO From Europe," (November/December 2004), Jeffrey L. Cimbalo warns that a dagger is pointed at the heart of the Atlantic alliance, and the murder weapon is the European Union's draft constitution.
Ratification of that document, Cimbalo asserts, would have "profound and troubling implications for the transatlantic alliance and for future U.S. influence in Europe." Washington, he believes, should "end its uncritical support for European integration" and work with its friends in Europe to halt the EU process and save NATO from an untimely death. /views/articles/gordon/20050101.htm   (1479 words)

 AEI - Short Publications
Europe considers nationalism the main cause of its troubled past: it bloodied the continent until the defeat of Nazism gave way--no doubt under the benign protection of the American umbrella--to a post-nationalist European Union where war is forever banned and peaceful trade and diplomacy have become the sole instruments of power relations in the world.
Muslim immigrants have no incentive to develop an allegiance to their home countries in Europe because Europe discourages that behavior and the general social tendency is to denigrate nationalism and patriotism as forms of reactionary and dangerous ideologies.
To command loyalty, Europe needs to be more than a geographical extension of territory that bestows rights to those who happen to inhabit it and castigates those holding onto allegiances considered both historically obsolete and socially pernicious, especially since those allegiances may hold the key to Europe’s successful integration of its growing immigrant communities. /publications/pubID.22572/pub_detail.asp   (3969 words)

 Home - EEAC
EEAC operates a number of Internet mailing lists that help provide self-help networks for families in all stages of adoption.
I believe that by reading it to your child, you could honor any memories of his/her past, while also answering other questions pertaining to your child's circumstances, thus facilitating a conversation which may otherwise feel awkward to initiate.
Two of our most popular lists are specifically for post-adoption: PABT-L -- post adoption of babies and toddlers and PEP-L -- post adoption of school-aged children.   (287 words)

 Politics1 - Guide to the Inactive 2004 Democratic Presidential Prospects
After a lengthy visit to Europe in 2001, a bearded Gore returned to the US and the political stage (mainly as a visiting college professor and as a speaker on the national circuit).
We moved Hardy to our "inactive" list because -- by March 2004 -- she had yet to qualify for any primary ballots and did not appear to be attempting to gain ballot access.
We moved Ashe to our "inactive" list because -- by March 2004 -- he had yet to qualify for any primary ballots and did not appear to be attempting to gain ballot access. /dems04.htm   (13615 words)

 European Arrogance and Weakness Dictate Coalitions of the Willing
Europe, such as it presently exists, suits general American interests--its member states are capable of assisting the U.S. when their interests coincide with America's; yet it is too feeble to easily block America over fundamental issues of national security.
Countries in the EU, such as the UK and Ireland, would have to legally recalibrate their trading regimes with Brussels--something that, given the protectionist nature of the EU, they should do anyway.
A more united Europe was necessary to "build counterweights" to combat "the risk of hegemony." Any thought that classical balance-of-power thinking was no longer relevant in today's global environment ought to be put to rest by any vague scrutiny of the French government's rationale for a more coherent Europe. /Research/Europe/hl777.cfm   (3863 words)

 World Guiding
Go to the 'List of Countries' and click on the country's name to access the page
There are more countries - past members and countries working towards membership
Non-member countries - have had guiding or are working towards membership   (230 words)

 CNS - Chemical and Biological Weapons: Possession and Programs Past and Present
The Office of Technology Assessment includes the United Kingdom in a list of countries that have admitted to having had "offensive [biological] weapon munition supplies or development programs in the past." U.S. Congress, Office of Technology Assessment, Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, p.
However, a former Yugoslav army officer claimed in a letter to the UN Secretary General, the UNSC, the Council of Europe, the OSCE, NATO, SFOR, and the governments of ten nations that the FRY is in fact producing biological weapons, although he did not indicate which agents were being produced.
This list has been disputed and there is no other open source information available to verify the agents listed in the Shoham article. /research/cbw/possess.htm   (8532 words)

 Welcome to - Where the Nonprofit World Meets
The colorful computer is the brainchild of MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte, who founded a nonprofit with the ambitious aims of providing millions of the inexpensive, wifi-enabled portables to children in impoverished countries, and ultimately, of spanning the global digital divide.
In regions from the Americas to Eastern Europe and Central Asia, government officials and other observers have unleashed a chorus of criticism, questioning the transparency, funding, and ultimate aims of this “NGO revolution.” more...
Although 75 percent of U.S. firefighters and about 66 percent of firehouses are volunteer, changes in U.S. society are throwing the feasibility of volunteer fire companies into question.   (1068 words)

 Informed Comment : 10/01/2003 - 10/31/2003
Interestingly, the publics of UK and Spain are more afraid of terrorism than the rest of Europe, which tracks with their slightly more favorable view of the Iraq war (though if they think the war did anything to address the problem of al-Qaeda, they are sorely mistaken).
In 1857 the country erupted in a massive revolt, led in part by mutinous British Indian troops of the Bengal Army, who were desperately afraid that the British intended to deprive them of their caste and ancestral religions.
Sistani has complained that the ongoing violence in Iraq is made possible only by the lack of security in the country and the massive amount of arms in the hands of militias, and has called on the occupying authorities to disarm the militiamen. /2003_10_01_juancole_archive.html   (12347 words)

 Right Reason: What Other Countries, Senator?
One thought I didn't quite understand is why India is on the list of countries we don't want help from or who would be counterproductive if they participated.
Let's exclude Russia and the Ukraine, and the US surpasses the combined GDP of 16 largest economies in Europe ($10.98 trillion to $10.831 trillion).
That these non participating countries have their own intersts at heart is no surprise. /2004/10/what-other-countries-senator.html   (1585 words)

 The Official Website of Representative David Duke, PhD
Shindler’s list and all the every-5-minutes Holocaust mentions are calculated to produce the utmost in hatred in Jews toward genitles, and yes, I agree, gentile guilt.
It was Europe and the United States who helped them get this power, and now that Israel has it, she is coming back and saying to them ‘We will not obey any orders that you give us.
It is illegal for the government to hold prisoners in such isolation in secret prisons in the United States, which is why the CIA placed them overseas, according to several former and current intelligence officials and other U.S. government officials.   (10709 words)

 EUROPA - Eurostat - Home page
Internet access in enterprises is reaching saturation in most countries, but in households too Internet access tends to no longer be the exception but rather the rule.
This Statistics In Focus is looking at what this constantly growing group of Internet users is doing on the Internet.
Summary: Over the past years, Internet penetration has been growing fast in the EU. /portal/page?_pageid=1090,30070682,1090_33076576&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL   (284 words)

 eRiposte War and Peace - Iraq: Support for Iraq War (or lack of it) worldwide
He saw the countries of "new Europe" further east as the more willing allies.
That is true of the political leaders in central and eastern Europe and the Balkans
Support in countries whose heads wrote letters of support for Bush administration /war_peace/iraq/iraq_war_worldwide_support.htm   (1500 words) The Logic of Regional Integration : Europe and Beyond: Books
Examines regional integration in Europe and other regions, providing a new framework for the study of international cooperation.
Regional integration schemes have multiplied in the past few years and the importance of regional groups in trade, money, and politics is increasing dramatically.
The Choice for Europe: Social Purpose and State Power from Messina to Maastricht (Cornell Studies in Political Economy) by Andrew Moravcsik /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0521635365?v=glance   (924 words)

 Tommy's List of Live Cam Worldwide / Live Web Cam's from Europe
Prague Castle Cam....view of the biggest castle in the central Europe, it's in Prague of course.
Situated in the south of the country, it is very old and very attractive.
Metz Cam....This webcam shows the "Place du Giniral de Gaulle" in Metz (France) The building you see behind is the Railway station of Metz, an historic monument, built in 1910, during the german occupation of "Alsace-Lorraine", two provinces in the Eastern part of France. /~ozone/countries.htm   (3017 words)

I have spent 7 years of my professional life in foreign countries throughout the world, doing foreign explorations for beneficial insects and biodiversity studies with numerous countries and their National Parks.
BioNET's modus operandi is to catalyse the establishment of sub-regional, co-operative networks between countries and institutions to pool, share and optimise taxonomic resources in the developing world in South-South partnerships, and build new capacity via North-South collaboration.
Formerly, she worked at the National Institute of Ecology, the Mexican Academy of Sciences, CONACYT (Science and Technology National Council) and the Science Communication Center at UNAM (National University of Mexico). /advisors.html   (9005 words)

 Foreign Policy: The Prospect/FP Top 100 Public Intellectuals
We also tried to ensure that all names on the list are influential in at least a few countries in their region, if not the entire globe.
Candidates must have been alive, and still active in public life (though many on this list are past their prime).
This list is about public influence, not intrinsic achievement. /story/cms.php?story_id=3249   (486 words)

 Afghanistan: Child Trafficking A Mounting Problem - RADIO FREE EUROPE / RADIO LIBERTY
Few reliable statistics are available about the number of people victimized by trafficking or the countries they are taken to.
Last week on 29 April, Afghanistan's interior minister, Ali Ahmed Jalali, said that in the past two weeks alone, some 25 people have been arrested in connection with the kidnapping and trafficking of children.
Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty © 2005 RFE/RL, Inc. All Rights Reserved. /featuresarticle/2004/05/1330fc2a-fe92-4b01-9c12-03937d9bffd0.html   (952 words)

 PRODOS.COM internet radio - Ayn Rand, Science, Lateral Thinking, Rights, Capitalism, Art, Humour
The governments of many poor countries seem to oppose free trade and the entry of big corporations.
James Stanfield in the UK and Marshall Fritz in the USA present convincing research from country after country, school after school, that shows why the government really must get OUT of the education business.
CHINA: WHY IT The world's biggest dictatorship - a country which has slaughtered more people than Hitler, is hostile to Western values, throws a tantrum if anyone suggests it may not be allowed to have Taiwan all to itself - but it gets handed Hong Kong and the Olympic Games. /index.html   (6117 words)

 I've been branded a 'turncoat'
Robert Tracinski: Multiculturalism and the Self-Liquidation of Europe
When 200 French Jews recently left France out of fear of persecution by Muslim toughs in that country, they knew that Israel would take them without condition, which was not the case when Jews were fleeing Germany before World War II.
Everyone familiar with my political career knows that along with my deep love for and gratitude to the United States and the City of New York for giving me extraordinary opportunities to serve the public, I am a Jew proud of my people's history and accomplishments. /0804/koch_turncoat.php3   (1841 words)

 Amnesty International USA: Country Information
Amnesty International monitors the state of human rights in more than 150 countries.
Its research teams, which are based in London, conduct investigative missions throughout the world. /countries/   (52 words)

 Judaism and Jewish Resources - Andrew Tannenbaum
Eric Simon keeps a list of Torah study opportunities on the net, with many pointers to Yeshivot and other organizations who provide Divrei Torah, including web sites and mailings lists.
Jewishnet has a comprehensive list of Jewish and Israeli Mailing Lists from around the net.
Colin Low has a list of Kabbalah links, and Doug Evans has a treatment of Kabbalah, both from an occultist perspective. /trb/judaism.html   (7777 words)

 EUROPA - The European Union at a glance
Countries: Maps of Europe and a description of each country.
The symbols of the EU: The European anthem, flag, motto and Europe Day.
Maps of Europe and a description of each country /abc/index_en.htm   (456 words)

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