DRC Migration, Globalisation and Poverty. Global Migrant Origin Database Updated March 2007 The global data base of the Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty (Migration DRC) consists of a 226x226 matrix of origin-destination stocks by country and economy.
The data are generated by disaggregating the information on migrant stock in each destination country or economy as given in its census. The reference period is the 2000 round of population censuses, so the data do not refer to precisely the same time period. They are stocks not population flows in a strict sense but are, for international migration, the equivalent of “lifetime migration” in studies of internal migration. Development of National Statistical Systems. This website is a searchable repository, providing information on current practices in National Statistical Systems around the world, and international guidelines on statistical organizations.
It contains documentation on: Country profiles of National Statistical Systems, which provides general information on National Statistical Systems (history, legal framework, data collection and dissemination, etc.) Business case studies - Google Search. Businessinsider. If you attend business school, you can expect to read a lot of case studies.
Professors love them because they offer real-world examples of why businesses succeed and fail. There are some classic cases that every business student should know, like why Apple changed its name and how Ryanair beat two industry giants. We've compiled the most influential cases here, with recommendations from business school professors across the nation and abroad. Battles That Changed History: An Encyclopedia of World Conflict - Spencer Tucker.
The Failure of Operation Barbarossa: Truth versus Fiction, NC DOCKS (North Carolina Digital Online Collection of Knowledge and Scholarship) UNCP Author/Contributor (non-UNCP co-authors, if there are any, appear on document) Vincent Castano (Creator) Institution.
Operation Barbarossa. Operation Barbarossa was the code name given to the German invasion of the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941.
It was given the name ‘Barbarossa’ after Frederick Barbarossa, the medieval Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. This name is indicative of Hitler’s visions of encompassing the Soviet Union into the Greater German Reich through his plans for Lebensraum (‘living space’) for the German people. Operation Barbarossa was authorised by Hitler in December 1940, and was planned for a start date of 15 May 1941.
The invasion was delayed, however, and eventually took place five weeks later. Extract from the Commissar's Order For "Operation Barbarossa," JUNE 6, 1941. June 6, 1941 Staff Command Secret Document Chief Only Only Through Officer.
Wilson Center Digital Archive. Foreign Relations of the United States, 1952–1954. Indochina (in two parts): Volume XIII, Part 1 - Historical Documents. Moïse's Bibliography: Dien Bien Phu and the Geneva Conference. "1954 Geneva Conference on Indochina" A collection of documents in English translation, mostly Chinese, some Soviet.
The collection is online in the Digital Archive of the Woodrow Wilson Center. Pierre Accoce, Médecins à Diên Biên Phu. Paris: Presses de la Cité, 1992. 239 pp. ACofS, J-5, MACV, "Strategic/Tactical Study. " March 1968. Denise Artaud and Lawrence Kaplan, eds., Dien Bien Phu: l'alliance atlantique et la défense du Sud-Est asiatique. An Analysis Of The French Defeat At Dien Bien Phu. Web page template. Abstract The battle of Dien Bien Phu was a significant turning point in Indochina.
The battle was fought between the French and the Vietminh (Vietnamese Communist and nationalist). The French wanted to reclaim Vietnam as one of their colonies, while the Vietnamese wanted their independence. They were lead to independence by the communist vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh, who had declared their independence from France. The war contiuned for eight year culminating in the battle known as Dien Bien Phu. Historical Background. Vietnam War Resources. The National Archives - The Cabinet Papers 1915 - 1984. Nederland en de Europese integratie, 1950-1986. Samengesteld door Marc Dierikx, met medewerking van Loes van Suylekom en Mari Smits Deze bronnenuitgave betreft een selectie van kerndocumenten uit archiefcollecties.
Tezamen maken ze de beleidsintenties en de wording van het Nederlandse Europabeleid inzichtelijk. De bronnenpublicatie draagt tevens bouwstenen aan voor nader onderzoek. Enerzijds wordt het project qua periodisering begrensd door 1950 (het Schuman plan voor de EGKS) en anderzijds door 1986 (de toetreding Spanje en Portugal tot de EG; de ondertekening van de Single European Act). Zie ook de inleiding van deze bronnenpublicatie. Opzet van de bronnenpublicatie De bronnenpublicatie is opgezet in getrapte vorm. De kern van deze selectieve bronnenpublicatie wordt gevormd door archiefmateriaal van de Nederlandse rijksoverheid. Ofschoon goeddeels gecoördineerd door Buitenlandse Zaken, waren diverse ministeries direct en indirect betrokken bij de Europapolitiek. Electronic Briefing Books: compilations of declassified documents.
The Gorbachev File British and CIA Assessments, Presidential Letters and Summit Conversations Illuminate Perestroika and the End of the Cold War Srebrenica conference documents detail path to genocide from 1993 to 1995.Documents show contradictions between New York UN declarations and ground realities, resistance from member states to back up resolutions with troops and planes, constant reluctance to use air strikes abetted by divisions within U.S. government, allies.
Anatoly S. Chernyaev Diary, 1975 The Uncertain Future of De'tente Perestroika in the Soviet Union: 30 Years On Documents show extraordinary achievements, Spectacular missed opportunities. Wilson Center Digital Archive. Historical Documents. Foreign Relations of the U.S. – UW Digital Collections.