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By Herbert Cushing Tolman

Name: historic Persian Lexicon and the Texts of the Achaemenidan Inscriptions Transliterated and Translated With certain connection with Their fresh re-assessment, by means of Herbert Cushing Tolman writer: big apple, Cincinnati [etc.] American booklet corporation e-book date: 1908 matters: previous Persian language previous Persian inscriptions Notes: this is often an OCR reprint. there is typos or lacking textual content. There aren't any illustrations or indexes. if you happen to purchase the overall Books variation of this e-book you get loose trial entry to the place you could choose from greater than 1000000 books at no cost. you can even preview the publication there.

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Issue salience levels are determined by categorizing the issue along the two dimensions of tangibility or intangibility, being either of high or low values. According to Hensel, Mitchell, Sowers, and Thyne (2008), to achieve a ‘relatively high’ value status the issue should be of importance to either the leadership or the majority of the population for the states involved. Likewise, to be classified in the ‘relatively low’ category, the issue should not have any significant salience for the Parties involved.

More recently the study of interstate interaction and reciprocity has been extended to rivalries, such as in the work of Goertz and Diehl (1995), and issues-based explanations of conflict with Hensel (1996; 1999). These studies have all built upon the central concept of strategic interaction and reciprocity between states in the international system. Despite earlier claims by Goldstein and Pevehouse (1997) that this critical concept suffers from a persistent “dearth of systematic empirical work on reciprocity,” it has been demonstrated above that a large number of studies have begun to clarify and refine the utilization of this theory.

State or imperial integrity can stem from challenges of national liberation by ethnic and religious minorities. Regional dominance is aimed at maintaining control or pre-eminence in the determination of regional policy and state behavior. , 2008; and Randle, 1987). ” In measuring issue salience, the relative salience of a particular issue under contention should not be assumed to be asymmetric between the parties involved (Diehl, 1992); rather, it should be noted that for one party it may have very little consequences, while for the other it might be of fundamental significance.

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