Paul Richards argues that the war in Sierra Leone and other small wars in Africa do not manifest a "new barbarism". What appears as random, anarchic violence is no such thing. The terrifying military methods of Sierra Leone's soldiers may not fit Western models of warfare, but they are rational and effective. The war must be understood partly as "performance", in which techniques of terror compensate for lack of equipment.
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Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksJanuary, 1996Africa, Sierra Leone
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 1996
This publication, provides, in an internationally comparable form, a summary of data describing the main characteristics of agricultural structures, such as number and area of agricultural holdings, land tenure, agricultural holders and land use for 80 countries.
Library ResourceRegulationsJanuary, 1996South Africa
These Regulations, made by the Member of the Executive Council of the Province of Gauteng under 27 the Development Facilitation Act, 1995, provide procedural rules relative to the setting and reviewing land development objectives for each local government area in the Gauteng Province under supervision of the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) as provide for by Chapter IV of the Act.
Library ResourceLegislationJanuary, 1997Kyrgyzstan
The relations in the sphere of the rights to use pastures on the territory of the Kyrghyz Republic shall be regulated by this Law, the Forest, Water and Land Codes, laws on lease and lease relations, protection of the nature, flora and fauna, atmospheric air and other legislation of the Kyrghyz Republic. The subjects for the utilization of pastures shall be juridical and natural persons. The objects shall be certain areas of pastures. The pasture areas shall have locations and boundaries both on the map and on the ground.
Library ResourceLegislationDecember, 1996India
This Act, as referred to in Clause (1) of art. 244 of the Constitution, amends part IX of the Constitution, related to Panchayats Extension to the Scheduled Areas. Part IX of the Constitution relating to Panchayats is extended to the Scheduled Areas subject to such exceptions and modifications, as provided in section 4.
Library ResourceRegulationsSeptember, 1996China
The Regulations are formulated in accordance with the Surveying and Mapping Law of the People's Republic of China, for the purpose of strengthening the protection and management of surveying markers. The Regulations consists of 26 Articles.These Regulations shall be applicable to the surveying markers placed in the territorial air, land and waters of the People's Republic of China, as well as other sea areas under the jurisdiction of the People's Republic of China (art.2).
Library ResourceRegulationsOctober, 1996Bulgaria
This Regulation determines the necessary conditions, responsibilities, rights and duties of state and local authorities and sets the obligations of related professional services as regards the implementation of the provisions and effective application of the terms previously set out by the Law on the protection of agricultural land (Official Gazette of the Republic of Bulgaria 35/1996).Concrete actions and rules provided by this Regulation are related to: the consultancy for owners and users of agricultural land; the limits of actions leading to damage to the ecological functions; the prohi
Library ResourceRegulationsSeptember, 1996Namibia
These Regulations, made under section 77 of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act, establish the form application for the consent of the Minister of Lands, Resettlement and Rehabilitation in terms of section 58 of the Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act, 1995 (consent to Acquire Agricultural Land or to enter into an Agreement for Occupation or Possession of Agricultural Land by Foreign National).
Implements: Agricultural (Commercial) Land Reform Act, 1995. (2014-03-17)
Library ResourceNational PoliciesJanuary, 1997Tanzania
Agricultural and Livestock Policy nine general objectives are: Assure basic food security for the nation, and to improve national standards of nutrition by increasing output, quality and availability of food commodities. Increase food crops production through productivity and livestock growth will be encouraged to private sector. Improve standards in the rural areas through increased income generation from agricultural and livestock production, processing and marketing: encouraging exports of cash crops, livestock products and agricultural surpluses.
Library ResourceRegulationsJanuary, 1996China
The purpose of these Regulations is to protect and improve agricultural environment, prevent and control agricultural environmental pollution and ecological destruction, rationally develop and utilize agricultural natural resources. The Regulations consist of 37 Articles divided into 5 chapters: General provisions; Supervision and administration; Measures for protection, prevention and control; Legal liabilities; Supplementary provisions.
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