Who's Who in Italy 2005 Edition

Author: Giancarlo Colombo

Publisher: Who's Who In Italy

ISBN: 9788885246560

Category: Reference

Page: 3000

View: 6967


Containing thousands of individual biographical profiles along with analyses of careers and currently held posts, these books contain valuable information for entrepreneurs and managers, international trade executives, financial groups, governments, embassies, and academic institutions throughout the world. These comprehensive references are fully updated and highlight the objectives, technologies, international reach, and corporate philosophy of each institution profiled. Overviews of political, intellectual, social, and scientific culture are also included. Updated to include the new members elected to the European Parliament and substantial numbers of entries, this edition includes 7,000 biographical and 4,500 institutional profiles.

Film Directors

Author: The Staff of Lone Eagle Publishing

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781580650434

Category: Motion picture producers and directors

Page: 800

View: 3381


These are the most complete film reference directories about writers of motion picture, film directors and film actors available.

The National union catalogs, 1963-

A cumulative author list representing Library of Congress printed cards and titles reported by other American libraries

Author: Library of Congress

Publisher: N.A


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: N.A

View: 8874



Destination Paradise

Among the Jihadists of the Maldives

Author: Francesca Borri

Publisher: Seven Stories Press

ISBN: 1609808444

Category: Political Science

Page: 176

View: 9898


A breathtaking work of political reportage steeped in a deep understanding of the roots of Islamist terrorism. Western tourists are not always aware that the Maldives, a tiny island nation in the Indian Ocean, is a Muslim country, or that the Republic of Maldives is the non-Arab country with the world's highest number of foreign fighters per capita. Despite being considered a luxury tourist destination, the Maldives is in fact one of the most over-populated countries, devastated by poverty, social segregation, heroin, and criminality. Tourists living in one tiny bright enclave, the people in the vast darkness. All the wealth coming from tourism is concentrated in the hands of a few businessmen who collude with the despotic government. The Maldives is a fertile breeding ground for ISIS, which enlists more of its foreign fighters per capita from there than anywhere else. Francesca Borri spent time with them, and with their families and friends, all of whom are drivers, waiters, cleaners in tourist resorts. And she let them speak. As she writes, "While the rest of the world watched the Olympics, everyone here was watching the battle of Aleppo. And rooting for al-Qaeda."