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Defense Policies of East-Central European Countries after 1989: Creating Stability in a Time of Uncertainty
James Peterson, Valdosta State University and Jacek Lubecki, Georgia Southern University1-2-2019
Georgia Southern University faculty member Jacek Lubecki co-authored this book.
Book Summary: The 2014 Ukrainian-Crimean crisis has raised serious questions in the West about Russian motivations and future policy directions. Now more than ever, it is imperative to explore the defensive perceptions, reactions, and preparations of neighbouring countries, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia. Is there a convergence of their approaches along similar paths, or do their different cultures and historical experiences prefigure a divergence of their defense policies? While Slovakia, Hungary and Czech Republic all seem to have little concern about Russia's policies in Ukraine, the Polish response ... Read more
Nalanda Roy, Georgia Southern University12-2-2016
Georgia Southern University faculty member Nalanda Roy authored The South China Sea Disputes: Past, Present, and Future.
Book Summary: The South China Sea has long been regarded as one of the most complex and challenging ocean-related maritime disputes in East Asia. Recently it has become the locus of disputes that have the potential of escalating into serious international conflicts. Historical mistrust, enduring territorial disputes, and competing maritime claims have combined to weaken an at least partially successful regional security structure. Issues of concern include territorial sovereignty; disputed claims to islands, rocks, and reefs; jurisdiction over territorial waters, exclusive economic zones, ... Read more
Nalanda Roy, Georgia Southern University2015
Georgia Southern University faculty member Nalanda Roy authored Bitter Moments: The Story of Indonesian Fragmentation.
Elizabeth Tucker and Ellen McHale9-3-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Karen M. McCurdy co-authored “Employing Music in the Cause of Social Justice: Ruth Crawford Seeger and Zilphia Horton” in the publication New York State Folklife Reader: Diverse Voices.
Chapter Summary: Our chapter is included in the Resistance section of the twenty-three chapter reader for the undergraduate folklore audience. It is the only example of music or politics in the reader.
Glenn Stracher, Anupma Prakesh, and Ellina V. Sokol11-7-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Karen M. McCurdy authored “Coal Disasters: Geology and Politics in Uneasy Collaboration” in the publication Coal and Peat Fires: A Global Perspective, Volume 2: Photographs and Multimedia.
Book Summary: The second of a planned four volume reference resource for the international coal and peat fire research community that includes geoscientists and engineers. The presentation establishes the policy setting for coal fires, explaining why some governments will take action to ameliorate naturally occurring and man-made fires while others will not.
Glenn Stracher, Anupma Prakesh, and Ellina V. Sokol11-29-2010
Georgia Southern University faculty member Karen M. McCurdy authored “The Policy Setting for Coal Fires: Indicators for Government Action” in the publication Coal and Peat Fires: A Global Perspective, Volume 1: Coal – Geology and Combustion.
Chapter Summary: A reference volume for the international coal and peat fire research community, that includes geoscientists and engineers. The article establishes the policy setting for coal fires, explaining why some governments will take action to ameliorate naturally occurring and man-made fires while others will not.
Patrick Novotny, Georgia Southern University1-2-2007
Georgia Southern University faculty member Patrick Novotny authored This Georgia Rising: Education, Civil Rights, and the Politics of Change in Georgia in the 1940s. This Georgia Rising is a study of Georgia's political changes during the Second World War and in the postwar era, with a particular emphasis on Georgia's higher educational system as well as early struggles for civil rights and social change in the 1940s.
Where We Live, Work and Play: The Environmental Justice Movement and the Struggle for a New Environmentalism
Patrick Novotny, Georgia Southern University1-1-2000
Georgia Southern University faculty member Patrick Novotny authored Where we live, work, and play : the environmental justice movement and the struggle for a new environmentalism.