Samuel Huntington


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Noun1.Samuel Huntington - American revolutionary leader who signed the Declaration of Independence and was president of the Continental Congress (1731-1796)Samuel Huntington - American revolutionary leader who signed the Declaration of Independence and was president of the Continental Congress (1731-1796)
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The empire builders already have their answer, following an ideological line that stretches back to Samuel Huntington, George Kennan, and Cain and Abel.
Samuel Huntington has noted the pivotal role of rural mobilization for political stability in the developing world.
The footprints of Max Weber and Samuel Huntington are clearly visible in this line of analysis.
La palabra fue utilizada, quiza precursoramente, por Samuel Huntington de la Universidad de Harvard en un documento de trabajo presentado en 1974.
Samuel Huntington, in his The Clash of Civilizations, did not suggest that the Islamic world was "evil" or "bankrupt.
In a 1993 article in Foreign Affairs, Samuel Huntington, a professor of political science at Harvard University, predicted that future wars will be fought along civilizational rather than economic, political, or ideological lines.
The book is organized into 10 chapters, with a short forward by Samuel Huntington.
Las escualinas volantes de la fuerza area mexicana y los escuadrones de las chinampas de Xochimilco se preparan gallardas al grito "mas si osare" a salvar el honor nacional que Fox entrego hace tiempo con las nalgas prontas a los yanquis, por ello su terrible ultimatum --apoyado en las divisiones panzer--, hace referencia a que se "atenta contra la dignidad del pueblo y del gobierno mexicano", cuando en realidad se trata de que Chavez ha exhibido a Fox como "cachorro del Imperio", esquirol infantigable del anexionlsmo que propone Samuel Huntington, del que es su mas notable discipulo, aunque nunca lo haya leido.
78) might help to build on those common premises and aid in introducing us not to the clash of civilizations anticipated by Samuel Huntington, but to their better understanding and fruitful cooperation.
On the other hand, the great American scholar Samuel Huntington ascertained in his desertification entitled eIucollision of civilizationseIN that the European and American efforts for the sake of expanding and promoting democracy achieved limited success, specifically in the Arab and Muslim nations.
Cuando Samuel Huntington publico The clash of civilizations, las cejas alzadas no se hicieron esperar.
Samuel Huntington has made this view notorious in his new book The Clash of Civilizations, but it is a view by no means limited to conservatives.