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  • 1 Foreign relations of Singapore — Singapore This article is part of the series: Politics and government of Singapore Constitution Legislature …

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  • 2 international relations — a branch of political science dealing with the relations between nations. [1970 75] * * * Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political… …

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  • 3 industrial relations — 1. the dealings or relations of an industrial concern with its employees, with labor in general, with the public, etc. 2. the administration of such relations, esp. to maintain goodwill for an industrial concern. [1900 05] * * * Introduction also …

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  • 4 Nazi–Soviet economic relations (1934–1941) — After the Nazis rose to power in Germany in 1933, relations between Germany and the Soviet Union began to deteriorate rapidly, and trade between the two countries decreased. Following several years of high tension and rivalry, Nazi Germany and… …

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  • 5 Foreign relations of India — The Republic of India is the world s most populous democracy and has one of the fastest economic growth rates in the world (8.9 percent GDP increase in 2007, the second fastest major economy in the world after China). [… …

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  • 6 Iran–United States relations — Political relations between Iran and the United States began in the mid to late 1800s, but had little importance or controversy until the post World War II era of the Cold War and of petroleum exports from the Persian Gulf. Since then they have… …

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  • 7 Gia Long — 嘉隆 Emperor of Vietnam Emperor Gia Long Emperor of Nguyễn Dynasty …

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  • 8 People's Republic of China–Japan relations — Sino Japanese relations China …

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  • 9 Object relations theory — Part of a series of articles on Psychoanalysis …

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  • 10 Labour-Management Relations — ▪ 1995 Introduction International Developments.       For most of the industrialized market economies, the outlook brightened as 1994 progressed, and inflationary pressures proved manageable. Unemployment, however, was forecast to rise to 8.5% in …

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  • 11 Armenia–Russia relations — Diplomatic relations between Armenia and Russia were established on April 3, 1992.Armenia is considered as the only ally of Russia in all of Transcaucasia. The positions of Russia and Armenia in the majority of key international problems are… …

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  • 12 Morocco–European Union relations — Euro Moroccan relations European Union …

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  • 13 City of Washington–Washington & Jefferson College relations — Town Hall in Washington, home to the city council and the mayor s office …

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  • 14 Cross-Strait relations — Territories currently administered by the two governments that formally use the name China: the PRC (in purple) and the ROC (in orange). The size of minor islands have been exaggerated in this map for ease of identification …

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  • 15 Australia–Canada relations — Canadian Australian relations Australia …

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  • 16 Japan–United States relations — The relationship between Japan and the United States of America is one of very close economic and military cooperation coupled with extensive cultural exchange.Historical backgroundThe earliest interactionsThe indirect exchange of trade goods… …

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  • 17 George W. Bush's first term as President of the United States — began January 20 2001 and ended January 20 2005, with the beginning of his second term as president. Conservative agendaOn his first day in office, Bush moved to block federal aid to foreign groups that offered counseling or any other assistance… …

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  • 18 Foreign relations of France — France This article is part of the series: Politics and government of France …

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  • 19 Council on Foreign Relations — Not to be confused with Committee on Foreign Relations. CFR Headquarters located in the former Harold I. Pratt House in New York City …

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  • 20 George W. Bush's second term as President of the United States — began at noon on January 20, 2005 and is due to expire with the swearing in of the 44th President of the United States at noon, Washington, D.C. time, on January 20, 2009.tated goalsBush s stated goals for his second term: # Major changes to the… …

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