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Author : Onyechi Daniel
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2013-02-12
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Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 1468504150
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As the war against Satan and his agents rages on, he has developed new methods of resistance. The devil and his evil forces now blend into the natural features of the environment, the art, culture and into different aspects of society's life; making it more difficult for the church to spot him and root him out. Knowledge now becomes a decisive factor in spiritual warfare! The Bible shows clearly that the people of God are either in captivity or destroyed for lack of knowledge (please see Isaiah 5:13 and Hosea 4:6). This book teaches the modern and advanced spiritual warfare strategies of Spiritual Geography, Spiritual Mapping, Prophetic Prayers, Prophetic Action, etc. However the author recognizes that it is the believer that is largely delivered that can deliver people and places while applying these principles. This book therefore offers deliverance to the would-be deliverer; showing how to identify and deal with family and environmental curses, etc. This book has been selected as a Bible School textbook and is blessing people in different nations in five continents of the world. You must read it and begin to wage war with knowledge!!!


Author : Kevin Jon Heller
Publisher : OUP Oxford
Release : 2012-10-11
Page : 536
Category : Law
ISBN 13 : 0191652865
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This book provides the first comprehensive legal analysis of the twelve war crimes trials held in the American zone of occupation between 1946 and 1949, collectively known as the Nuremberg Military Tribunals (NMTs). The judgments the NMTs produced have played a critical role in the development of international criminal law, particularly in terms of how courts currently understand war crimes, crimes against humanity, and the crime of aggression. The trials are also of tremendous historical importance, because they provide a far more comprehensive picture of Nazi atrocities than their more famous predecessor, the International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg (IMT). The IMT focused exclusively on the 'major war criminals'-the Goerings, the Hesses, the Speers. The NMTs, by contrast, prosecuted doctors, lawyers, judges, industrialists, bankers-the private citizens and lower-level functionaries whose willingness to take part in the destruction of millions of innocents manifested what Hannah Arendt famously called 'the banality of evil'. The book is divided into five sections. The first section traces the evolution of the twelve NMT trials. The second section discusses the law, procedure, and rules of evidence applied by the tribunals, with a focus on the important differences between Law No. 10 and the Nuremberg Charter. The third section, the heart of the book, provides a systematic analysis of the tribunals' jurisprudence. It covers Law No. 10's core crimes-crimes against peace, war crimes, and crimes against humanity-as well as the crimes of conspiracy and membership in a criminal organization. The fourth section then examines the modes of participation and defenses that the tribunals recognized. The final section deals with sentencing, the aftermath of the trials, and their historical legacy.


Author : Onyechi Daniel
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Release : 2013-02-12
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Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 1468504177
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God will not trust any of us with all the gifts and abilities required for all round victory; this will breed destructive pride. God does not only want us to depend on Him, but also to depend on one another. We are created to compliment one another. The Bible says clearly that "as each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God" (1Peter 4:10). This book shows you why and how to start prayer partnerships. Prayer partnership is not only for young believers; many mature intercessors and fronline ministers have been saved from costly mistakes and death by the revelations and inputs of their prayer partners. Every pastor or frontline minister needs personal intercessors, or a team, working closely with them. This book discusses the raising and operations of personal intercessors and how to do team ministry. The present spiritual landscape is difficult for lone-rangers to survive for too long; it takes common sense and humility to accept that you need help. This book discusses team ministry, with testimonies; and with details on church/land deliverance. The Church will gain huge victory when pastors and leaders would stop fighting one another and employ networking as a compulsory option in spiritual warfare. The author shares deep revelations on the principles of networking. Every intercessor or minister needs to read this book!!!


Author : Dana Priest
Publisher : W. W. Norton & Company
Release : 2004-03-17
Page : 427
Category : History
ISBN 13 : 0393344592
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Walk with America's generals, grunts, and Green Berets through the maze of unconventional wars and unsettled peace. Four-star generals who lead the military during wartime reign like proconsuls abroad in peacetime. Secretive Green Berets trained to hunt down terrorists are assigned to seduce ruthless authoritarian regimes. Pimply young soldiers taught to seize airstrips instead play mayor, detective, and social worker in a gung-ho but ill-fated attempt to rebuild a nation after the fighting stops. The Mission is a boots-on-the-ground account of America's growing dependence on our military to manage world affairs, describing a clash of culture and purpose through the eyes of soldiers and officers themselves. With unparalleled access to all levels of the military, Dana Priest traveled to eighteen countries—including Uzbekistan, Colombia, Kosovo, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Afghanistan—talking to generals, admirals, Special Forces A-teams, and infantry troops. Blending Ernie Pyle's worm's-eye view with David Halberstam's altitude, this book documents an historic and thought-provoking trend, one even more significant in the aftermath of September 11 as the country turns to its warriors to solve the complex international challenges ahead.


Author : Gregg Joseph Kretschmer
Publisher : WestBow Press
Release : 2011-04-05
Page : 468
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 9781449713324
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The Waging War Within is a daily devotional that focuses on bringing the Christian believer into a closer walk with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. This devotional emphasizes the importance of putting on the full armor of God to withstand the daily onslaught of the enemy, that wars against our soul. Our prayer is that The Waging War Within would touch the lives of Christian believers, while at the same time winning souls into the Kingdom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The Waging War Within focuses on the supernatural and spiritual aspects of warfare. Individuals and families throughout our American Society and the world at large are wondering why their lives feel entrenched, shattered and pervasively ruined in a perpetual battlefield. This book takes a closer look into the realm of spiritual warfare and the strategies to counter the attacks of Satan. Our prayer is that The Waging War Within would lead people to higher ground in their spiritual walk with Jesus Christ, as well as provide them with a battleplan to win The Waging War Within.


Author : R. P. Kathuria
Publisher :
Release : 2000
Page :
Category : Criminal law
ISBN 13 :
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A comprehensive, analytical, philosophical, and sociological study of the Criminal Law.


Author : Heather M. Freeman
Publisher : Christian Publishing House
Release : 2017-02-19
Page : 370
Category : Self-Help
ISBN 13 : 1945757426
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The purpose of Waging War is to guide the youth of this program from start to finish in their therapeutic efforts to gain insight into their patterns of thinking and beliefs that have led to the current outcomes in their life thus far and enable them to change the path which they are on. Waging War is a guide to start the youth with the most basic information and work pages to the culmination of all of the facts, scripture, and their newly gained insight to offer a more clear picture of where they are and how to change their lives for the better. Every chapter will have work pages that Freeman has used and had found to be useful in therapy, but most importantly, this workbook will teach the Word to a population that does not hear it in its’ most correct form. What is the significance of controlling ones’ thoughts and how does that apply to you? Doubts, fears, and insecurities come from somewhere, especially when they are pervasive. Understanding this idea will help one to fight those thoughts and free them from the shackles their mind puts around their hearts, preventing them from achieving their dreams and the plans God had intended for them when they were created.


Author : Betty Parker
Publisher : Winepress Pub
Release : 2003-07
Page : 120
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 9781579214760
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"Waging War on Fear" chronicles the author's raging battle against fear when she faces the horrifying prospect of losing her child to death. For nearly three months, she engages in spiritual warfare, and implements strategies to defeat her fear. This story of a miraculous victory provides steps that anyone can take to wage war on fear, and win!


Author : Brian R. Dirck
Publisher : ABC-CLIO
Release : 2003-01-01
Page : 342
Category : Law
ISBN 13 : 1576079481
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Examines how the United States decides to wage war, focusing on war-making issues and controversies and discussing the impact of war on American society, the role of the legal system, and debates about wartime policies.


Author : United Nations
Publisher : United Nations Publications
Release : 2003
Page : 430
Category : Law
ISBN 13 :
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This report was prepared for the Working Group on the Crime of Aggression at the 8th session of Preparatory Commission, held in September-October 2001. The paper consists of four parts relating to: the Nuremberg tribunal; tribunals establish pursuant to Control Council Law number 10; the Tokyo tribunal; and the United Nations. Annexes contain tables regarding aggression by a State and individual responsibility for crimes against peace. The paper seeks to provide an objective, analytical overview of the history and major developments relating to aggression, both before and after the adoption of the UN Charter.


Author : Delores Hillsman Harris
Publisher : WestBow Press
Release : 2011-11-04
Page : 108
Category : Religion
ISBN 13 : 9781449727673
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Praise and Worship with Flags uncovers the significance of worship flags under the power of the Holy Spirit. The book points the reader to the flags’ biblical truths, which have been understated, and takes the reader on a journey to discover these truths with Scripture, knowledge, and testimonies of healing and victory. Praise and Worship with Flags teaches the reader why and how to use the flags with power. It promotes the use of and encourages the reader to use worship flags in his or her home. It shows how the Holy Spirit, color, prayer, and love work together in worship and gives a practical exercise for the beginner to follow. By using the teaching in this book, the reader may experience great, sweet peace and intimacy with God in worship through the Holy Spirit. The book gives biblically sound reasons why church leaders may want to include worship flags in church services. It encourages church leaders to support the place and role that flags have in the church. It brings a message to veteran flag-bearers, which may give added understanding to their ministries. It teaches the reader how to handle the flags as tools that may be used by the Holy Spirit to bring people healing or victory. Praise and Worship with Flags tells the curious and intellectual mind the purpose, meaning, significance, and result of using worship flags. The use of flags is God’s will. “We will rejoice in thy salvation, and in the name of our God we will set up our banners: the Lord fulfill all thy petitions.” (Psalm 20:5 KJV, Holy Bible)


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Publisher :
Release : 1880
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Category : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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Author : Neil Boister
Robert Cryer
Publisher : Oxford University Press on Demand
Release : 2008
Page : 358
Category : History
ISBN 13 :
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This book offers a detailed survey of the law and practice of the Tokyo International Military Tribunal. Grounded in new archival work by the authors, the book considers the legal foundations of the Tribunal, how political considerations affected prosecutorial policy, the Judgment of the Tribunal, and its legacy to international criminal justice.


Author : Giorgio Mariani
Publisher : University of Illinois Press
Release : 2015-12-15
Page : 320
Category : Political Science
ISBN 13 : 0252097858
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The notion that war plays a fundamental role in the United States' idea of itself obscures the rich--and by no means naïve--seam of anti-war thinking that winds through American culture. Non-violent resistance, far from being a philosophy of passive dreamers, instead embodies Ralph Waldo Emerson's belief that peace "can never be defended, never be executed, by cowards." Giorgio Mariani rigorously engages with the essential question of what makes a text explicitly anti-war. Ranging from Emerson and Joel Barlow to Maxine Hong Kingston and Tim O'Brien, Waging War on War explores why sustained attempts at identifying the anti-war text's formal and philosophical features seem to always end at an impasse. Mariani moves a step beyond to construct a theoretical model that invites new inquiries into America's nonviolent, nonconformist tradition even as it challenges the ways we study U.S. warmaking and the cultural reactions to it. In the process, he shows how the ideal of nonviolence and a dislike of war have been significant, if nonhegemonic, features of American culture since the nation's early days. Ambitious and nuanced, Waging War on War at last defines anti-war literature while exploring the genre's role in an assertive peacefighting project that offered--and still offers--alternatives to violence.


Author : India
T. Bhattacharyya
Publisher :
Release : 1994
Page : 688
Category : Criminal law
ISBN 13 :
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Author : Ian Clark
Publisher : OUP Oxford
Release : 2015-04-30
Page : 208
Category : Political Science
ISBN 13 : 019103763X
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There is now a major new interest in ethical issues about warfare emerging from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, conflict in Syria and Libya, the war on terror, and the introduction of new weapon systems, such as unmanned drones. In this re-written version of the author's classic text, Waging War, Ian Clark asks probing questions about how we think about war, the changes it is undergoing, and what exactly it is we wage when we wage war. Waging War argues that much of what passes for ethical debate is actually a set of disagreements about what counts as war or not. This philosophical introduction provides a critical review of the various different ways in which the ethical debates are already framed, the questions that arise from these debates, and seeks to bring greater clarity and precision to the important moral arguments about political violence.


Author : S. Sridhar
Publisher : Notion Press
Release : 2021-02-05
Page : 374
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN 13 : 1636336302
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Winning Without Waging War – the mother of all strategies. Winning Without Waging War (WWWW) are war tactics for the business and career battlefields. In this book, hidden secrets taught by the masters and gurus of Zen methods, magic mantras realized by the author, an exponent of the art of business war, while facing challenging business and career environments are REVEALED. This book is the convergence of four different arts—Know your Enemy, Know Yourself, Know your Terrain (Situations), Know your Divinity. It is written as a workbook for easy practice to obtain an exponential benefit. This book facilitates the identification of one’s business enemy in the market or career enemy within the corporate. It grooms professionals in playing offence and defence games applying deception techniques for surprise attacks to ensure unprecedented success in their work life. Some powerful techniques taught in this book include: How to become a leader right from day one? How a start-up can take on mammoth organizations? How an ignored professional can shoot into prominence by leveraging organizational politics? Overwhelming an interview panel to get that all-important job, using signalling techniques to get others to see your way, repositioning techniques for gaining a competitive edge in the market, Super Stretch Target setting, Divine Creative processes 1-2-3, and Tao leadership traits like being invisible but illuminating others are largely unknown to the world. This book not only explains these concepts in simple ways using illustrative case studies, but it also provides concrete action plans for effective application.


Author : Patricia A. Weitsman
Publisher : Stanford University Press
Release : 2013-12-18
Page : 304
Category : Political Science
ISBN 13 : 0804788944
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Military alliances provide constraints and opportunities for states seeking to advance their interests around the globe. War, from the Western perspective, is not a solitary endeavor. Partnerships of all types serve as a foundation for the projection of power and the employment of force. These relationships among states provide the foundation upon which hegemony is built. Waging War argues that these institutions of interstate violence—not just the technology, capability, and level of professionalism and training of armed forces—serve as ready mechanisms to employ force. However, these institutions are not always well designed, and do not always augment fighting effectiveness as they could. They sometimes serve as drags on state capacity. At the same time, the net benefit of having this web of partnerships, agreements, and alliances is remarkable. It makes rapid response to crisis possible, and facilitates countering threats wherever they emerge. This book lays out which institutional arrangements lubricate states' abilities to advance their agendas and prevail in wartime, and which components of institutional arrangements undermine effectiveness and cohesion, and increase costs to states. Patricia Weitsman outlines what she calls a realist institutionalist agenda: one that understands institutions as conduits of capability. She demonstrates and tests the argument in five empirical chapters, examining the cases of the first Gulf War, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Libya. Each case has distinct lessons as well as important generalizations for contemporary multilateral warfighting.


Author : Andrew J. Wakefield
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
Release : 2016-09-13
Page : 340
Category : Health & Fitness
ISBN 13 : 1510705392
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As the number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders grows each year, new discoveries and controversies arise. Andrew Wakefield explores many of these in his thorough investigation of the recent trial case of the “Arizona 5,” which destroyed an Arizona family. Two parents, with five children on the spectrum, were accused of Munchausen syndrome by proxy—a rare form of child abuse—and were ganged up on by physicians, child protective services, and the courts, who alleged that the parents fabricated medical symptoms in all five children. However, Wakefield now presents ample evidence that was disregarded and that would have proven the parents’ innocence. Families affected by autism suffer great hardship and prejudice, particularly as they navigate the uncertain waters of diagnosis, treatment, and education. The shocking story of the Arizona 5 family delves into the tremendous challenges some parents have to face, especially if their views on how to treat the syndrome don’t align with the medical world’s standards. Wakefield also includes numerous studies and research trials that support the controversial yet significant roles that vaccines and diet play in autism, factors many medical professionals wrongfully dismiss.


Author : Aaron Rapport
Publisher : Cornell University Press
Release : 2015-03-19
Page : 280
Category : History
ISBN 13 : 0801455642
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In Waging War, Planning Peace, Aaron Rapport investigates how U.S. presidents and their senior advisers have managed vital noncombat activities while the nation is in the midst of fighting or preparing to fight major wars.