Pacification


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Pacification

Pain (See SUFFERING.)
Aegir
sea god, stiller of storms on the ocean. [Norse Myth.: Leach, 16]
Feng
name taken by Odin in capacity of wave-stiller. [Norse Myth.: LLEI, I: 328]
Saul and David
David plays his harp to mollify King Saul. [O.T.: I Samuel 16:16, 23]
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In doing so, he is able to both show Marxists and other critical theorists why they should be familiar with pacification as they are with concepts like Gramsci's cultural hegemony while also cutting out future work for pacification theorists.
VAR protesters demonstrating against Police Pacification Units
Oliveira said that work by the CORE and other police units helped reduce violence in Rio state even before the pacification program began, from a peak of 8,321 homicides in 2002 to 6,313 in 2007.
governmental agencies working in South Vietnam to include pacification efforts headed in the hamlets by the State Department.
We together with out partners would like to continue to support Sri Lanka with all our strength on its way to an internal pacification and reconciliation.
President Lyndon Johnson had ordered a full-court press on pacification, meaning "counterinsurgency," in Vietnam, and the Department of State, USAID, USIA, CIA, Defense Intelligence Agency and even Department of Agriculture were ordered to supply officers for the rural pacification effort.
Al-Saleh said in his speech during the Council's meeting regarding the national reconciliation document tabled before the Council today that "we shall stand up for the higher interest of our beloved Kingdom and proceed forward on the road of reformation with blessings and participation from everybody," and thanked Shura Council member Dalal Jassim Al-Zayyed for her laudable initiative and expressed gratitude to all Bahraini citizens who contributed, by word or deeds, in the pacification of emotions and restoration of national unity among the people in the aftermath of last year's unfortunate events which negatively affected every citizen in this beloved Kingdom.
But Galula's other book, Pacification in Algeria, written for the RAND Corporation in 1962 and classified until 2005, is the more useful book for the soldier and the more interesting for the military historian.
We hope that the pacification will not be just about ejecting the drug traffickers but also to bring sanitation, education, health," said Raimundo Benicio de Souda, a 56-year-old community leader known as "Lima".
Angelov says that Brussels has eyes for the Balkans only in times of war and is not in situation to keep the situation under control because with wrong assessment, it does not support a unique course for pacification of this region on a long term basis.
From organization, to the expansion of Provincial Reconstruction Teams (PRT), to Amnesty and Rewards programs, to border security in Iraq and Afghanistan, and lastly the Pacification Programs targeted at village levels, the study takes into account that lessons from previous COIN efforts have much to offer contemporary operational planners.
During this period, he lobbied vigorously for Lansdale's return to Vietnam, but opposition from Defense Secretary McNamara and others prevented this until 1965, when Lodge, at the beginning of his second tour as ambassador, brought him back as his special assistant for pacification.