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Source(s):Paris Review. Fall2020, Issue 234, p34-37. 4p.
Abstract:The article offers information related to Shirley Hazzard, an Australian-American novelist, short story writer, and essayist. It mentions that Hazzard's 1970 novel, The Bay of Noon, was shortlisted for the Lost Man Booker Prize in 2010; her 2003 novel ...
Publication Type:Academic Journal
Source(s):Ecology and Society, Vol 9, Iss 5, p 1 (2004)
Abstract:Although it has been repeatedly demonstrated that urbanization has negative environmental consequences, the conversion of land to urban use is increasing worldwide and is not likely to abate. We tested the hypothesis that different urban typologies, i....
Source(s):New Republic; 1/19/80, Vol. 182 Issue 3, p17-20, 4p
Abstract:Criticizes the United Nations (UN) in the face of human rights violation in Iran, and all across the world. Argument of Austrian diplomat Kurt Waldheim in defense of the UN for its role in dealing with the abuses of shah's policy in Iran; Assessment of...
Source(s):New Republic; 3/1/75, Vol. 172 Issue 9, p11-14, 4p
Abstract:Presents information on the working of international organizations. Reports on the resignation given by the League of Nations' high commissioner for refugees James McDonald in 1935. Justification given by McDonald for his resignation; Governmental crim...
Source(s):Nation; 10/22/1973, Vol. 217 Issue 13, p391-395, 5p
Abstract:Focuses on the history of the creation and growth of the United Nations (U.N.). Assessment of the extent to which general public interest was represented by the U.N.; Role of the U.S. government in the agency's formulation; Reasons behind the ineffecti...
Source(s):New Republic; 4/12/80, Vol. 182 Issue 15, p10-13, 3p
Abstract:Focuses on the role of the United Nations (UN) in the politics of Iran. Thanks given by UN Secretary-General, U Thant, to the Shah of Iran for his assistance in conducting the International Conference on Human Rights in Tehran, Iran; Failure of UN offi...