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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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David & Sandy (Buzan) Anderson celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary.
LAST week, I shared how the concept of 'Mind Maps' by Tony Buzan helped me in managing my kids' homework.
Emergence of the term 'maritime security', as subset of 'security' is one of the manifestations of security, as Buzan suggested.
The bottom line of security is survival' (Buzan, 1991).
Buzan argues that the terms, phrases and expressions used to explain ideas and concepts continue to evolve and at times become obsolete.
After the superpower rivalry gone at the end of the 20th century, there is a more regionalized international security order (Buzan 2003).
According to Buzan (2011), regions and regionalism have developed the essential entities of today's world politics.
No entanto, conforme sintetizam, Buzan Jones e Little: "a tarefa de resolver o problema agente-estrutura e complicada no nivel internacional, pois os agentes nao sao apenas individuos, mas tambem instituicoes" (Buzan, Jones e Little 1993, p.
While China could increasingly meet the economic (capitalist) standard of civilization as its economy became more marketized (Buzan and Lawson 2014), its one-party form of government could not reform to meet the democratic standard without undermining itself, and it consequently took a different view of human rights from the one prevalent in the West.
In this context, a possibility arises of using a graphical technique called MM created by Buzan in the process of knowledge presentation.
Thus, there would be harm if it let us down or not, for we take our strength from our people," Kobani teacher Buzan Hami said.