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Searching for a Cultural Diplomacy
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Age of Wonders III Steam Key GLOBAL
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Between 90s and early 2000s there were three series of turn-based strategy-RPG games, which compete with each other for the title of the best. First, there was the Heroes series. We think that we do not have to describe it for you. Then, there was the Disciples series.It was much darker in the tone and also harder than Heroes. Still, it had a lot of fans. Last but not least was the Age of Wonders series. It can be considered as a something in between Heroes and Disciples.Turn-based gameAge of Wonders III is a turn-based game which mixes the RPG and the strategy game. On the one hand you need to explore the vast map, build your own army, engage in enormous battles and develop your kingdom. On the other hand there are characters such as leaders and heroes which you are going to develop through the story.They have various classes and by gaining EXP they are growing stronger, finally becoming the most important warriors in your party. If you ever played in either Heroes series or Disciples series then you are going to feel right at home. These games follow the similar premise.Gameplay and combatThe gameplay of the Age of Wonders III can be divided into two separate parts. First there is a strategic part of the game. Here your avatar is moving through the location map, searching for treasures, gold mines, various buildings etc. Each character has a certain amount of movement points. When these points are all used up, then you finish your turn and enemies start their own.During random encounters or when you fight with enemy heroes, armies etc. the game transfers you to the battle map. It is also turn-based and all units are moving on hexes. Each unit has different speed which equals to how far it can go during a turn. They also have various other stats. You need to keep that in mind if you want to win. There are many different factions and characters from which you can choose.Each of them with different specializations and their own set of advantages and disadvantages. There are for example draconians who specialize in fast healing and spell spamming. On the other hand, their frost weakness makes them an easy target for Necromancers. You need to utilize this data in order to be able to overcome your enemies.Multi-player and single-playerOne of the best parts of the Age of Wonders III is the fact that it offers you a single-player mode as well as the multi-player. In the single-player you can for example take care of the campaign (the plot of which we have to admit is really interesting). Furthermore, you can also pick from many single scenarios during which you can learn how to become a better tactician.Then comes the multi-player. There are dozens of local multiplayer modes. You are probably going to enjoy co-op the most. Here you are going to join forces with your friends in order to defeat enemies in a very interesting scenarios. Remember that diplomacy during these scenarios is key to your success.PlotThe story takes place not too long after the story you might know from Age of Wonders II. Because of these events, a conflict between two groups had started. The Commonwealth and The Elven Court. The conflict leaves the land shattered, hence other factions are trying to gain as much power as possible.You can stand on either side. You can become a hero or turn this fantasy land into country of fire and brimstone. During your journey you are going to meet many interesting characters like a legendary mage, Merlin.Awards and Recognition in the game industryAs the third installment in a well-acclaimed series of turn-based strategy games, AoW 3 was quickly recognized by fans as a really great game. It received high scores from many reviewers.

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Searching for a Cultural Diplomacy
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Searching for a Cultural Diplomacy
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CONTEXTUALIZING PEACE AND CONFLICT IN AFRICA
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Conflicts have hit headline of the media houses and particularly the plight of Africa seems to dominate international meetings and conferences. Yet, the solution to these problems seems to be distant. The question remains "why". This book tries to examine peace initiative and some of the challenges faced in the process of searching for peace. The book starts by examining obstacles to peace and identifies some of these obstacles and how they mediate the conflict and peace process in Africa. The second section of this book explores the contribution of Kenya to Peace processes in Africa. In this regard, he focuses on Kenya's foreign policy and its implication on diplomacy with special emphasis on the diplomacy of conflict management'. The third section of this book looks at Kenya as a country polarized by low intensity conflict that exploded to countrywide violence in 2007. It is against this background that Magero consolidates the church's role in preserving the community hence calling for concerted inter-religious effort in building national cohesion.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Reasserting America in the 1970s
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Reasserting America in the 1970s brings together two areas of burgeoning scholarly interest. On the one hand, scholars are investigating the many ways in which the 1970s constituted a profound era of transition in the international order. The American defeat in Vietnam, the breakdown of the Bretton Woods exchange system, and a string of domestic setbacks including Watergate, Three-Mile Island, and reversals during the Carter years all contributed to a grand reappraisal of the power and prestige of the United States in the world. In addition, the rise of new global competitors such as Germany and Japan, the pursuit of détente with the Soviet Union, and the emergence of new private sources of global power also contributed to uncertainty. At the same time, within diplomatic history proper, the study of 'public diplomacy' has generated searching reappraisals of many of the field's certitudes. This scholarship has now begun to move into a new conceptual maturity with a developing theoretical base underwriting its institutional narratives, borrowing to a great degree from the literature on 'Americanization' and the role of American culture abroad in various national and regional settings. Reasserting America in the 1970s brings together these two areas of topical scholarly interest, to study how American public diplomats at home and abroad struggled to maintain American cultural preeminence in a world of shifting challenges to American power.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Searching for a Cultural Diplomacy
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Recent studies on the meaning of cultural diplomacy in the twentieth century often focus on the United States and the Cold War, based on the premise that cultural diplomacy was a key instrument of foreign policy in the nation’s effort to contain the Soviet Union. As a result, the term “cultural diplomacy” has become one-dimensional, linked to political manipulation and subordination and relegated to the margin of diplomatic interactions. This volume explores the significance of cultural diplomacy in regions other than the United States or “western” countries, that is, regions that have been neglected by scholars so far—Eastern Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. By examining cultural diplomacy in these regions, the contributors show that the function of information and exchange programs differs considerably from area to area depending on historical circumstances and, even more importantly, on the cultural mindsets of the individuals involved.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Domestic Dynamics Of China's Energy Diplomacy, The
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Since the beginning of the 21st century, China's energy diplomacy has been expanding rapidly and the country is searching for energy resources worldwide. This movement has not only improved China's energy security and international relations, but also enabled the Chinese national oil companies (NOCs) to access new investment markets and implement development strategies. The Chinese government and the NOCs need each other's support to realise their respective interests. The interaction between the government and the NOCs will have a critical influence on China's energy diplomacy. The Domestic Dynamics of China's Energy Diplomacy explores the long-neglected domestic dynamics of China's energy diplomacy, in particular the interaction of national and corporate interests. It argues that the convergence of national and corporate interests is the key momentum of China's energy diplomacy. It observes that the government-NOC relationship has been evolving with China's economic and enterprise reform. Finally, it tests the empirical evidence of the domestic dynamics of China's energy diplomacy against the three mainstream international political economy theories, showing their merits and shortcomings in explaining the phenomenon, before providing an alternative conceptualisation of the movement.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Reasserting America in the 1970s
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Reasserting America in the 1970s brings together two areas of burgeoning scholarly interest. On the one hand, scholars are investigating the many ways in which the 1970s constituted a profound era of transition in the international order. The American defeat in Vietnam, the breakdown of the Bretton Woods exchange system, and a string of domestic setbacks including Watergate, Three-Mile Island, and reversals during the Carter years all contributed to a grand reappraisal of the power and prestige of the United States in the world. In addition, the rise of new global competitors such as Germany and Japan, the pursuit of détente with the Soviet Union, and the emergence of new private sources of global power also contributed to uncertainty. At the same time, within diplomatic history proper, the study of 'public diplomacy' has generated searching reappraisals of many of the field's certitudes. This scholarship has now begun to move into a new conceptual maturity with a developing theoretical base underwriting its institutional narratives, borrowing to a great degree from the literature on 'Americanization' and the role of American culture abroad in various national and regional settings. Reasserting America in the 1970s brings together these two areas of topical scholarly interest, to study how American public diplomats at home and abroad struggled to maintain American cultural preeminence in a world of shifting challenges to American power.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.07.2020
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