Esse esporte e originario da canoagem por remo e constitui-se basicamente no ato de remar em pe sobre uma prancha (Zagare
Power transition theorists agree that the high costs of a nuclear war can constrain a war among great powers but do not view them as "a perfect deterrent" to war (Kugler and Zagare
1990; Tammen et al.
To Frank Zagare
, one of the few researchers to have bridged the gap between history and formal modeling, the point of contention is complexity.
It focuses on strategic stability and superpowers affairs (Zagare
and Kilgou 2000).
Caption: A fireman (right) and two friends in the former Kloyz in Zagare
, now the town's fire station.
Marc Kilgour and Frank Zagare
study deterrence and credibility of threats given "lack of information about the preferences of one's opponent." (15) They consider the prisoners' dilemma and modifications of it, recognizing that "the real world, of course, is not so simple or transparent.
Tracing his family back to the small Lithuanian cities of Zagare
and Siauliai, where most of the Jews were massacred in October 1941 by Nazis and their Lithuanian collaborators, he concentrates on the problem of Jewish memory in Eastern Europe.
(4.) Frank Zagare
, The Dynamics of Deterrence (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987).
The Svete Fm has been described by Liepins (1959) as being located between sandstones of the Muri Fm below and dolostones of the Zagare
Nemazai planuotu ir projektuotu gelezinkeliu taip ir liko tik zemelapiuose, pavyzdziui, Utena-Panevezys, Kazlu Ruda-Taurage, Klaipeda-Kedainiai, Panevezys-Birzai, gelezinkeliai i Raseinius, Zagare
"It's built for a populationaa subset of the populationain the neighborhood," said area resident Liena Zagare
, who blogs about the neighborhood at The Kensington Prospect.