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|Seneca Sovereignty over any foreign land is insecure. - Seneca No evil is without |
its compensation. The less money, the less trouble; the less favor, the less envy.
Even in those cases which put us out of wits, it is not the loss itself, but the ...
|... of another is not stable (i.e., sovereignty over a foreign land is insecure) (|
Seneca) alienos agros irrigas tuis sitientibus: ... in propria causa: no one should
be a judge in his own cause aliter catuli longe olent, aliter sues: puppies and pigs
|Wang illustrated that: The longer they lived in foreign lands, the more aware the |
overseas Chinese became of the ... For overseas Chinese communities in the
1930s, there was no tianxia or Chinese empire, only other people's empires,
including some that threatened the survival of China. But it had insecure borders,
its sovereignty over its lands was in dispute, and it was plagued by warlords and
|Seeley, Sir John Robert Sovereignty over any foreign land is insecure. - Seneca |
Man who man would be, must rule the empire of himself. - Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Empires built on force will always be destroyed. Those built on trust in Christ will
|Foreign direct investment (FDI) as practiced today under the rubric of |
globalization fares no better than the latter as far as producing real and ... 4
International concern over sovereignty over the land and food supplies is rising
and NewsWeek quotes some as saying: “There is a danger ... the more politically
sensitive and food-insecure, will lose control over their own food supplies when
they need it most.
|This book provides a political economy analysis of the history of food security in the Arab world, including the geopolitics of food and its use as a foreign policy tool by the Western world.|
|Viewed from this perspective, the International Land Coalition (Tirana |
Declaration) (Kleemannet al., 2013) define 'land ... Land Sovereignty Land
sovereignty is the right of working peoples to have effective access to, use of, and
control over, land ... In the light of this, many development literatures pay special
attention to the effect of poverty on food insecurity of household and individual (
|Positioning the State, Land and Society in Foreign Large-Scale Land |
Acquisitions in Africa ... This raises the question of whether agrarian capitalism
based on foreign land claims and acquisitions is in any way essentially different
from ... semi-official or “customary”, individual, or collective tenurial relationships,
states claim sovereign ownership of the same land. The informal and insecure
tenure under which many cultivators and forest users operate makes for
vulnerability in contexts of ...
|In its quest for sovereignty, equality, and liberation from tyranny— values |
promoted in the preceding American and ... the land was largely excluded from
political decisions but mobilized to resist foreign intervention when Haiti's
|CEE countries, for example, often feature concern over minorities (present and |
former) and foreign land ownership. ... holding little genuine sovereignty and with
leaders able to wield minimal power — may also perceive insecurity in a time of ...