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  International Religious Freedom Report 2002: Burma
The State's relations with the Buddhist clergy and Buddhist schools are handled chiefly by the Department for the Perpetuation and Propagation of the Sasana (DPPS--"Sasana" means Buddhist doctrine) in the Ministry of Religious Affairs.
State censorship authorities continued to enforce restrictions on the local publication of the Bible, and Christian and Muslim publications in general.
In Chin state in the western part of the country in particular, the Government attempted to coerce members of the Chin ethnic minority to convert to Buddhism and prevented Christian Chin from proselytizing by, among other things, arresting and physically abusing Christian clergy and destroying churches.
www.state.gov /g/drl/rls/irf/2002/13868.htm   (6300 words)

 Kentucky.gov: - Agency List
State Commission is to promote the principles of racial equality and nonviolent social change espoused by the late civil rights leader.
Oversees state utility companies providing electric, telecommunications, water, and natural gas service to the public; ensures utilities charge fair and reasonable rates for services rendered and that services are adequate, efficient and reliable.
The Division of Water is charged with the responsibility for managing and protecting the state's waters, both on the surface in lakes, streams and rivers as well as groundwater beneath the surface of the land in the state.
kentucky.gov /Portal/OrgList.aspx   (9763 words)

 Ne Win killer file
The junta also rejects this report, stating it is based on "disinformation emanating from armed ethnic terrorist groups" who "come up with ridiculous assertions in order for them to gain sympathy and financial support".
However, Suu Kyi is left off the list, on the grounds that she did not attend the first convention (she was in detention at the time).
In October Burma is listed as the third most corrupt nation in the world in the annual report prepared by the independent organisation Transparency International.
www.moreorless.au.com /killers/win.html   (6634 words)

 friendly dictators
In January 1986, Christian Democrat leader Vinicio Cerezo was elected President and said he had "the political will to respect the rights of man", but it didn't take long to find out that his political will was irrelevant in the face of Guatemala's well-oiled military machine.
Although Ronald Reagan's State Department asserted "there has not been a single clear-cut case of political killing, within months of Cerezo's inauguration, opposition leaders attributed 56 murders to security forces and death squads, while Americas Watch claimed that "throughout 1986, violent killings were reported in the Guatemalan press at the rate of 100 per month".
Indonesia is a totalitarian state and its uncontested ruler for over 20 years, General Suharto, is one of the most brutal dictators in history.
www.thirdworldtraveler.com /US_ThirdWorld/dictators.html   (9246 words)

 Michael A. Tunks, Diplomats or Defendants? Defining the Future of Head-of-State Immunity, 52 Duke L. J. 651 (2003)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
When the defendant head of state is a national of a state party to the treaty, head-of-state immunity is not really abrogated; rather, the state that holds the immunity has merely waived it in advance or delegated its power to try its own leaders.
In the United States, the distinction between the law of head-of-state immunity and the law of state sovereign immunity began to be gradually recognized in the second half of the twentieth century.
Verifying that it is irrelevant whether a leader actually exercises de facto control, the court asserted that head-of-state immunity extends to the person that the executive branch recognizes as the legitimate head of state.
www.law.duke.edu /journals/dlj/articles/DLJ52P651.HTM   (12101 words)

 1960   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Estado da Guanabara (State of Guanabara) is founded to succeed Rio de Janeiro as the Brazilian Federal District.
July 4 - With the admission of Hawaii as the 50th U.S. state earlier in the year, the 50-star flag of the United States debuts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
December 16 - U.S Secretary of State Christian Herter announced that the United States would commit five atomic submarines and 80 Polaris missiles to NATO by the end of 1963.
www.bidprobe.com /en/wikipedia/1/19/1960.html   (2090 words)

 Slavery and the Admission of California into the Union
The question of slavery extension made California an integral part of the territory of the United States; the birth, a half-century ago, of the free State of California, inflicted a mortal wound upon the enemy of human freedom.
New states are regularly formed by enabling acts of Congress out of territories of the United States, organized under its authority or acquired in an organized condition from foreign states.
Southern leaders were almost beside themselves at the imminent prospect of losing the richest country of the Mexican cession.
www.sfmuseum.org /hist5/caladmit.html   (2554 words)

 Syria (10/05)
The president has the right to appoint ministers, to declare war and states of emergency, to issue laws (which, except in the case of emergency, require ratification by the People's Council), to declare amnesty, to amend the constitution, and to appoint civil servants and military personnel.
Syrian governments have justified martial law by the state of war, which continues to exist with Israel and by continuing threats posed by terrorist groups.
U.S. citizens who are long-term visitors or traveling in dangerous areas are encouraged to register their travel via the State Department’s travel registration web site at https://travelregistration.state.gov or at the Consular section of the U.S. embassy upon arrival in a country by filling out a short form and sending in a copy of their passports.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/3580.htm   (6810 words)

 ArcheoBiblioBase: Archives in Russia: B-1
Personal papers represent a galaxy of well-known politicians, state functionaries, and trade-union leaders from both the prerevolutionary and Soviet periods, as well as those of the imperial family.
A list of some 5,000 files relating to subjects covered by special presidential declassification regulations, such as those relating to human rights, prisoners of war, and repressed individuals, and which have recently been declassified, is available to interested researchers.
Includes lists of fonds in each of the present holding archives, personal- and geographic-name indexes, as well as an index by type of agency.
www.iisg.nl /~abb/abb_b1.html   (3167 words)

 Politics | Campaign 2004
To be sure, few Americans dispute the desirability of having political leaders with combat-tested military credentials.
We've compiled a side-by-side listing of prominent politicians and their military service histories, including a comparison of the Democratic and Republican tickets.
At the end of the listing, be sure to peruse the military service records of some of the more vocal journalists, pundits and bloggers.
www.azcentral.com /news/election/articles/sidebyside-military.html   (408 words)

 Journalists in prison, 2004
This list represents a snapshot of all journalists incarcerated at midnight on December 31, 2004.
He was also a senior leader of the NLD and a close adviser to opposition leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
Detained under suspicion of "inciting subversion of state authority," freelance writer Zhang Ruquan was later prosecuted on criminal defamation charges for writing an essay criticizing Chinese leadership since the death of Mao Zedong.
www.cpj.org /Briefings/2005/imprisoned_04/imprisoned_04.html   (16532 words)

 Declassified Documents on British Guiana
During the late 1950s, the United States Government became increasingly concerned over the political and economic policies of the PPP Government led by Dr. Cheddi Jagan, even though the Government was freely elected by the people of Guyana.
However, we believe that he would consider this undesirable, even if he were fully committed to eventual establishment of such a state, in view of the lack of trained cadres in British Guiana, the territory's primitive state of political and social development, and the likelihood of adverse international reactions.
At this meeting, State and AID agreed (a) that technical assistance be expanded immediately to approximately $1.5 million; (b) that an economic mission be sent to Georgetown by February 15; and (c) that the Jagan Government be informed of these steps.
www.guyana.org /govt/declassified_documents.html   (13463 words)

 New York District Royal Rangers
The New York District Royal Rangers is committed to helping develop these boys into the leaders of the future.
The boys are led by Godly, devoted leaders who will use camping, sports, bible study, hiking, crafts and devotions as a vehicles to show the boys how to have a personal relationship with
Royal Rangers Emblem © 1962 by the national Royal Rangers Office, The General Council of the Assemblies of God; Springfield, Missouri 65802-1894.
nyroyalrangers.org   (319 words)

 Who served?
Mike Thompson, D-CA: Staff sergeant/platoon leader with the 173rd Airborne Brigade, U.S. Army; was wounded and received a Purple Heart.
Having been a reservist and now in a state defense force serving with Guard in my state, I wanted to ask you to clarify for the masses the HUGE difference between the National Guard during the Vietnam War and today.
It might be interesting to how many of the sons and daughters of politicians are serving in ANY capacity.
www.awolbush.com /whoserved.html   (2015 words)

 Amazon.com: The Great Possum-Squashing and Beer Storm of 1962: Reflections on the Remains of My Country: Books: Fred ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Although I'm far younger than Fred and I don't know any America other than the one we live in right now, he does write very convincingly of a culture in decline and the actors who are bringing it down.
He exposes the drivel dispensed by Dan Rather and others for the truly useless crap that it is. He explains why middle class America is angry and shows why there is such a credibility gap between the so called "elite" and people that most of us consider real Americans.
Fred Reed often begins his essays like a country lawyer, with the pretense of the uninformed, but then concludes with the kind of insight that our best minds should be capable of, but all too often aren't.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0595151094?v=glance   (1689 words)

 NTU Info Centre: List of state leaders in 1970   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
1969 state leaders - Events of 1970 - 1971 state leaders - State leaders by year -----
Head of State - Walter Ulbricht, Chairman of the Council of State (1960-1973)
Secretary of State - Jean-Marie Cardinal Villot, Cardinal Secretary of State (1969-1979)
www.nowtryus.com /article:List_of_state_leaders_in_1970   (1011 words)

 The Ultimate Reading List -- Classics That Endure -- June 1997 Education Reporter
Since the end of World War II, illustrated comics of literary classics have captured the imaginations of children and introduced them to Western civilization's most enduring stories.
Beginning in 1941 with Alexandre Dumas's The Three Musketeers and ending in 1962, 167 titles were published.
The first 34 were called Classic Comics, and subsequent issues (including reprints of earlier titles) were known as Classics Illustrated.
www.eagleforum.org /educate/1997/june97/list.html   (801 words)

 CIA - The World Factbook -- Field Listing - Executive branch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
elections: none; the monarch is hereditary; governor general appointed by the monarch; following legislative elections, the leader of the majority party or the leader of the majority coalition is usually appointed prime minister by the governor general; the prime minister recommends the deputy prime minister
elections: the monarch is hereditary; lieutenant governor appointed by the monarch; chief minister is elected by States of Delibertion
elections: leader of the Islamic Revolution appointed for life by the Assembly of Experts; president elected by popular vote for a four-year term; election last held 17 June 2005 with a two-candidate runoff on 24 June 2005 (next to be held NA 2009)
www.cia.gov /cia/publications/factbook/fields/2077.html   (13123 words)

 An A-Z of African Studies on the Internet a4
The web site also includes details on the history and role of the Centre and its archives, staff, library, events, and Tables of contents of Annales Aequatoria since 1980.
The African Activist Archive at the Michigan State University "seeks to preserve for history the record of activities of U.S. organizations and individuals that supported African struggles for freedom and had a significant collective impact on U.S. policy during the period 1950-1994." Includes numerous links, directory, and some full-text.
Archive for Contemporary Affairs at the University of the Orange Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa (previously the Institute for Contemporary History), houses more than 900 private collections, including papers of South African Prime Ministers, Presidents, ministers, church, cultural and community leaders http://www.uovs.ac.za/lib/arca/default.asp
www.lib.msu.edu /limb/a-z/az_a4.html   (1965 words)

 The Media (Harpers.org)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Shi is serving a 10-year sentence for revealing "state secrets."[The Washington Post]»
Journalist Judith Miller was released from jail and said she wanted to hug her dog.
From a list of titles allegedly used by “prominent leaders from 160 nations across the world” to refer to Kim Jong-Il, as announced last winter by North Korean state television.
www.harpers.org /Media.html   (1912 words)

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