The framework for evaluating this issue is the division of the world into revisionist
versus status quo states.
When his family immigrated to the United States in 1939 and settled in New York, he remained a politically active Revisionist
as a member of its youth movement Betar.
McMaster and his team deserve credit for clear expression of the threat to the United States from autocratic, revisionist
powers, especially Russia.
security and prosperity are vitally dependent upon supporting allies against the encroachment by "revisionist
" states (those intent upon overturning the established geopolitical order) on the periphery of Eurasia, stretching "from the Baltic Sea to the Black Sea in Europe, through the Levant and Persian Gulf to the Indian Ocean and up through the littoral Asia to the Sea of Japan."
At the center of this story is the short-lived alliance between the Polish government and the Zionist Revisionist
Movement during the late 1930s, explored in the book's first four chapters (the third titled "The Promise of Palestine") and revisited in the conclusion.
Mitchell profiles leaders of the Revisionist
Zionist political party Likud, which been the dominant party in Israeli politics since 2001 and one of two important parties since Likud was founded in 1973.
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He implied that I "returned the favor" of a kind review by Maurice--whom I knew well and liked enormously--by including him in a list of "revisionist
historians" alongside Holocaust-denier David Irving.
Still firmly in the revisionist
camp, which challenges assertions of European civilization's inherent advantage in the political, economic, technological, and military realms, after more extensively exploring Chinese, Dutch, and other sources regarding Koxinga, the author nonetheless comes to see that the orthodox and revisionist
views are as entwined as were the destinies of the Zheng family, beginning with Koxinga's father Zheng Zhilong, and the Dutch on Taiwan.
There seems to be some confusion between licensing and registering texts, for example, and in discussing revisionist
and post-revisionist debates over early modern censorship the differences between these positions tends to be unclear.
historians, particularly on the German side, have argued this was not necessarily the case.
Louis, Missouri) explains the recent concept of four theological orientations, or zones: orthodox, liberal, neo-orthodox, and revisionist
. She looks at the shift from the neo-orthodox zone to the revisionist
zone, beginning with a theology articulated by Hendrick Kraemer (1888-1965) in the West, then theological figures outside the Western Christian centers.