Don't Miss the Original Series Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan Starring John Krasinski! President Jack Ryan faces a world crisis unlike any he has ever known in Tom Clancy's extraordinary #1 New York Times bestseller.
Author: Tom Clancy
Don't Miss the Original Series Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan Starring John Krasinski! President Jack Ryan faces a world crisis unlike any he has ever known in Tom Clancy's extraordinary #1 New York Times bestseller. A high-level assassination attempt in Russia has the newly elected Ryan sending his most trusted eyes and ears—including antiterrorism specialist John Clark—to Moscow, for he fears the worst is yet to come. And he’s right. The attempt has left the already unstable Russia vulnerable to ambitious forces in China eager to fulfill their destiny—and change the face of the world as we know it...
Writings on the Taiwanese economic experience , mainly as part of the analysis of the development of the so - called " new industrial states " or the " four little dragons " of Asia , were often not done by China experts , but by ...
Author: Alexander Lukin
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
China and Russia share a history of understanding and misunderstanding whose nuances are not well appreciated by outsiders. In his interpretation of this relationship from a Russian point of view, Lukin shows how, over the course of three centuries, China has been seen by Russia.
connection which E, Southward established between Mordred and Celt, mordraig = 'sea dragon'.27 According to this hypothesis, Arthur is to be identified with the bear, and the dragon with Mordred,28 This theory seems rather far-fetched, ...
Author: Karl Heinz Göller
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd
The present volume grew from a nucleus of four papers given at the Twelfth International Arthurian Conference at Regensburg in 1971 on the alliterative Morte Arthure, increasingly recognised as one of the great masterpieces of medieval English literature. These lectures sought to reappraise the poem and its somewhat enigmatic historical and cultural context, and are presented here in a much revised and expanded form. Unlike most volumes of theis kind, the contributions form an integrated whole, the result of lengthy discussions among the collaborating scholars over the past year. The topics range from the poem's place among chronicles and Arthurian romances to the date, audience and attitude to contempary problems, notably that of war. pecific fields such as heraldry and laments for the dead are examined in detail, while the linguistic structure of the poem is the subject of two essays.
In his interpretation of this relationship from the Russian point of view, Alexander Lukin shows how over the course of three centuries China has seemed alternately to threaten, mystify, imitate, mirror, and rival its northern neighbor.
Author: Alexander Lukin
China and Russia, two giants dominating the Eurasian landmass, share a history of understanding and misunderstanding whose nuances are not well appreciated by outsiders. In his interpretation of this relationship from the Russian point of view, Alexander Lukin shows how over the course of three centuries China has seemed alternately to threaten, mystify, imitate, mirror, and rival its northern neighbor. Lukin traces not only the changing dynamics of Russian-Chinese relations but the ways in which Russia's images of China more profoundly reflected Russia's self-perception and its perceptions of the West as well. As both Russia and China take distinctive approaches to political and economic development and integration in the twenty-first century global economy, this reinterpretation of their relationship is timely and valuable not only to historians but to all students of international affairs.
Leonard Kusnitz reviews The Dragon and the Bear: Inside China and Russia Today by Philip Short William Morrow and Company 519 pages, $19.95 The Dragon and the Bear is an informative study of present-day China and Russia.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is the premier public resource on scientific and technological developments that impact global security. Founded by Manhattan Project Scientists, the Bulletin's iconic "Doomsday Clock" stimulates solutions for a safer world.
Author: Christina SchelletterPublish On: 2019-10-15
An example of a task testing inhibitory control is the bear/dragon task which is outlined in Box 8.8. Box 8.8: Bear/dragon task Nice bear Mean dragon 'put your hands on your head' 'touch your toes' In the bear/dragon task, ...
Author: Christina Schelletter
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Drawing together linguists' and psychologists' approaches to the study of bilingualism, this innovative and engaging volume provides students with a firm grounding in bilingual acquisition and development. It begins with a discussion of sequential and simultaneous bilinguals, illustrated by a wealth of case studies and examples, and the key theories surrounding bilingual development. The book subsequently explores topics such as bilingual speech perception, sound, lexical and morpho-syntactic development, cognitive processing and metalinguistic awareness.Introduction to Bilingualism is an essential companion for undergraduate and postgraduate students of applied linguistics, psycholinguistics, speech and language therapy and language education.>
Andrew and Serina raced to Mercury and Hermes, the dragons filled the skies like colonies of bats on Earth. ... When she sought refuge in a cave, an enormous bear appeared. Clarkson was caught between the bear and the dragon.
Author: Nathan Skaggs
Intergalactic conflict reaches the Milky Way when two alien factions battle near Earth. The talented, young veterinarian, Dr. Jason Maze, can somehow sense he and his family are in jeopardy. While the aliens secretly approach Earth, Jason must convince his wife, Xenia, trouble is forthcoming. Only when the alien creatures appear does Xenia believe Jason's warning. But what are the aliens' missions? Jason must quickly decide who is friend and who is foe. Xenia fears she and Jason will become prey or specimens in an alien zoo. Once the aliens reveal their intentions, Jason and Xenia make an alliance which will take them beyond the solar system. Regardless the outcome, human kind will have a new purpose in the universe.
Inhibitory Control at Fifty-Four Months: Bear-Dragon The child's ability to inhibit a pre-potent motor response develops over the preschool period and is seen as an essential skill for adap- tive social behavior as well as behavior ...
Author: Charles A. Nelson
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Romania's Abandoned Children reveals the heartbreaking toll paid by children deprived of responsive care, stimulation, and human interaction. Compared with children in foster care, the institutionalized children in this rigorous twelve‐year study showed severe impairment in IQ and brain development, along with social and emotional disorders.
The legend of Gun's transformation into a yellow bear or a yellow dragon emphasizes Gun's self-regeneration, or “metaplasia”, a resurrection after death through transformation. As symbols of resurrection, ...
Author: Shuxian Ye
Publisher: Springer Nature
Is the lion the symbol of China? Or should it be the dragon or the phoenix? This book makes a provocative interpretation of the Chinese ancient totems such as the bear and the owl. Taking a mythological approach, it explores the origin of Chinese civilization using the quadruple evidence method, which integrates ancient and unearthed literature, oral transmission, and archeological objects and graphs. It testifies to the authenticity of unresolved ancient myths and legends from the origins of Chinese Jade Ware (6200BC-5400 BC) to the names of the Yellow Emperor (2698-2598 BC) and the legends from the Xia (2010BC-1600BC), Shang (1600BC-046BC), Zhou (1046BC-771BC), and Qin (221BC-206BC) Dynasties. The book lays the foundation for a reconstruction of Chinese Mythistory. With well over 200 photographs of historic artifacts, the book appeals to both researchers and general readers.