The Record

Author: United States Department of State

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The Record

Author: United States. Department of State. Division of Publications

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Category: United States

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The Quarterly Review

Author: William Gifford

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Category: English literature

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Fighting for Andean Resources

Extractive Industries, Cultural Politics, and Environmental Struggles in Peru

Author: Vladimir R. Gil Ramón

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Category: Nature

Page: 328

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Fighting for Andean Resources offers a singular contribution to the literature critiquing monolithic views of nation-state dynamics and globalization. Vladimir R. Gil Ramón examines the protocols of accountability and the social critique of the application of environmental impact assessments and safeguard policies. His analysis reveals the complex mechanisms for legitimizing decision-making and adds to an understanding of everyday state-nation conflicts and negotiations.

Quarterly Report

Author: Center for Latin American and Iberian Research, Glendale, Ariz

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Category: Latin America

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Foreign Minerals Quarterly

A Regional Review of Foreign Mineral Resources, Production, and Trade

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Category: Mines and mineral resources

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Quarterly Reports of the Chief of the Bureau of Statistics

Showing the Imports and Exports of the United States ... : Also Embracing Other Statistical Tables Relative to the Trade of this and Foreign Countries for Various Periods

Author: United States. Dept. of the Treasury. Bureau of Statistics

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Oddments of Andean Diplomacy

And Other Oddments; Including a Proposition for a Double-track Steel Railway from the Westerly Shores of Hudson Bay to the Midway of the Strait of Magellan; the Two Terminal Points, Measured Along the Line Contemplated, Being Nearly, If Not Quite, Eight Thousand Miles Apart; Together with an Inquiry Whether, in View of Certain Facts of Grave International and Intercontinental Polity and Proceedings Herein Portrayed, the Proposed Road Should Not, in All Justice and Fairness, and in Conformity with the Highest Attributes of Republican Foresight and Vigilance, be Deflected So Far Away from Brazil as to Cut Her Off Entirely from Its Boundless Benefits, So Long as Her Antiquated and Antagonistic System of Government Remains Imperial of Otherwise Monarchical

Author: Hinton Rowan Helper

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Category: Fiedler, Ernest

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