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Buzan

 

a branch of the Volga that leaves the main river 46 km north of Astrakhan’; lower in its course it partly joins the Akhtuba and, still farther downstream, divides into several small streams that flow into the Caspian Sea. Length, 102 km.

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Wever, Ole ve Barry Buzan, "After the Return to Theory: The Past, Present, and Future of Security Studies", Alan Collins (der.
Tony Buzan is the inventor of Mind Maps possibly one of the most powerful thinking tools of our time.
Tony Buzan, renowned author and educational consultant and proponent of the techniques of Mind Mapping.
British pop psychologist Tony Buzan coined the term "mind map" in the '70s for a specific kind of organizational technique that is like a web of to-do lists.
73) The twin concept desecuritization focuses on "moving out of security" (74) or "the shifting of issues out of emergency mode and into the normal bargaining process of the political sphere"; Barry Buzan argues that this is the "optimal long-range solution.
Daily News Egypt spoke with Buzan in an exclusive interview to discuss creativity and inventiveness in the workplace
For this reason the centre is organising a talk with mind-mapping guru Tony Buzan next week, whose technique is a widely used practice.
Buzan and Little place the frame of non-western IR theorizing within the disciplinary sphere of studying world history.
The same trainer is also an accredited trainer for Tony Buzan, specialising in MindMapping and Memory Techniques.
Of particular significance within this new approach has been the work of Barry Buzan and Ole Waever, scholars who constitute the core of "the Copenhagen School.
Bestselling author Tony Buzan, described as 'the man who changed the way the world thinks' is bringing his sell-out tour to Bahrain.
Para Buzan, se puede hablar de un complejo de seguridad regional solamente si los estados se amenazan mutuamente o se acercan de forma amistosa los unos a los otros (1991: 195 ss.