"I could write you a 3,000-word book on bipolarity
. It is one of those hidden things.
The first two chapters highlight story of Sylvia Plath's bipolarity
. Chapter I, Luna, nici ca-ipasa!
Technically, cold war was characterized by bipolarity
, that is two powers (US and SU) entirely dominating their spheres of influence, a clash of two ideologies capitalism and communism where entire spectrum of power that included economy, culture, diplomacy and war was involved.
The mainstream media - particularly in the West - will likely spend a lot of time today singing his praises about how he was a 'steadying hand' in the world as the Soviet Union collapsed, moving the global order from one of bipolarity
to a unipolarity with the United States as the undisputed superpower.
I am writing about this because I have been suffering from it for the past 21 years: I have Bipolarity
He said there is a race for world dominance and asymmetric and bipolarity
exists between China and the US, and the latter's exceptionalism is being challenged.
As a result, patients commonly present with preconceived ideas about bipolarity
that may or may not actually correspond with this diagnosis.
RTIST and bipolar disorder sufferer Cerys Knighton's Drawing Bipolarity
show is part-way through a six-week run at Cardiff's Insole Court.
As a result of these developments, few would dispute the proposition that a Sino-American bipolarity
in international relations has replaced the Soviet-American bipolarity
known as the Cold War that lasted for almost half a century, from 1945 to 1991.
It is against this backdrop that there are signs of a new bipolarity
taking shape in Asia.
The Non-Aligned Movement was founded in 1956 by Egypt, India, and Yugoslavia, rejecting the Cold War bipolarity
between major power blocs.
"Aggressiveness might be a trait component of bipolarity
and a diagnostic indicator of 'mixicity' in patients with a major depressive episode.