The Soviets and the Pacific Challenge

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M.E. Sharpe, 1991 - 160 страници
The effect of Soviet reforms on the country's (countries') relations with the Pacific economies is addressed in a dozen papers by scholars who attended an international conference in Canberra, Australia, in February 1990. The forward is by E.A. Shevardnadze, apparently while he was between stints as the Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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The Constitution and a Reasonable Public Servant
3
Personal Responsibility
18
Official Responsibility
42
Property Rights Liberty and Procedural Due Process
61
Freedom of Critical Speech
85
An Evolving Framework for Balancing Analysis
94
Unintended Benefits of Critical Speech
104
Right to Privacy
111
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as Amended
265
Glossary
273
Index
287
About the Authors
299
Eduard Shevardnadze
307
Soviet prospects and the Pacific economy 1
1
16
16
24
24

Equal Protection and Affirmative Action
132
Discrimination in Employment
155
Sexual Harassment and Employer Liability
179
Americans with Disabilities
201
The World of a Reasonable Public Servant
231
The Constitution of the United States of America
243
The Bill of Rights and Additional Amendments
255
SinoSoviet economic and political relations 103
103
Economic relations between the Soviet Union and 119
119
Soviet policy in the AsiaPacific region and economic 127
127
Notes 143
143
Bibliography 149
149
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