Laski


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Laski

Harold (Joseph). 1893--1950, English political scientist and socialist leader
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Laski said Nariman was charged with alleged "incitement" for uploading the video on social media, as well as another charge of assault, adding that Ahed and Nariman's charges include older alleged incidents unrelated to the video.
Mas alla de su destacada participacion en instituciones relacionadas con asuntos internacionales, los escritos de Laski causaron un impacto en renombrados teoricos de Relaciones Internacionales.
Amref Health Africa's director general Teguest Guerma and Laura Laski, chief of sexual and reproductive health at UNFPA (Amref photo)
Marine Michael Laski, 21, from Croxteth Park, died in February 2009 after being shot.
Laski, who co-edited the Left Book Club before the war (to which Orwell
When W annoyed by the Labour intellectual Harold Laski, Clement Atlee told him: "A period of silence on your part would be welcome."
Iain Malcolm, South Tyneside's Labour leader, responded testily to the Lib Dems' intervention, quoting Clement Attlee's superb 1946 putdown to Harold Laski that "a period of silence from you would be welcome".
In a separate statement, Famur's head Waldemar Laski said that the enlarged group would have a capitalisation of over PLN3.3bn.
Both Kingsley and Sparks had spent time at the LSE with Harold Laski. Sparks encouraged me to apply, which I did.
(79) Laski in 1916 described it as a "brilliant effort to urge that the identity of the Church consisted in its life." (80) Maitland famously declared the House of Lords ruling as the moment when "the dead hand fell with a resounding slap upon the living body." (81) Haldane wrote about the case in some detail in his autobiography--it was one for which he "had always entertained a strong opinion." (82)
First published in 1943, this work by the influential British Marxist political scientist and economist Laski (1893-1950) is essentially a defense of the principles of the Russian Revolution and an optimistic meditation on the directions of world political-economy in relation to those principles that are rooted in Laski's perceptions of class and international politics as they stood in the midst of World War II.
TThese problems made Erasmus more dependent than ever on his powerful protectors, and a number of letters in this volume involve correspondence with people like Emperor Charles V and his ministers, William Warham (the Archbishop of Canterbury), and the Polish nobleman Jan (II) Laski, who did him the great favor of purchasing his library, then leaving it to his use as long as he lived.