TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «STATESPERSON»
The term «statesperson» is used very little and occupies the 185.626
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «STATESPERSON»
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Power, Judgment and Political Evil: In Conversation with ...
Chapter 5 The Judgment of the Statesperson Marguerite La Caze The statesman
is surrounded, encircled by an army of experts. So that now the question of action
lies between the statesman and the experts. The statesman has to make the ...
Vrasidas Karalis, Assoc Prof Danielle Celermajer, Dr Andrew Schaap, 2013
Handbook of Decision Making
Two complementary leadership roles are a statesperson who serves as a
boundary spanner of the vertical power structure and authority matrix, and a
liaison/facilitator who brings horizontal boundary spanning capability and internal
Paul C. Nutt, David C. Wilson, 2010
Looking Back at Law's Century
As Gordon points out, these activities make both corporate lawyers — now
converted into lawyer-statesper- sons — and their clients respectable. Gordon
suggests that the role of the corporate lawyer-statesperson, which has survived
Austin Sarat, Bryant G. Garth, Robert A. Kagan, 2002
Her Worship: Hazel McCallion and the Development of Mississauga
She is admittedly nostalgic for the old days of unanimity on council. Her instinct
here again is to be a scrapper – to take on directly the supposed authors of the
intrigue – instead of a statesperson who gives the impression that she has long ...
The Professional Counselor as Administrator: Perspectives on ...
In the last analysis, the administrator of the counseling program must consider
her or himself as a statesperson for the counseling program. Being a
statesperson means being informed about one's field, its evolution, the issues
that the ...
Edwin L. Herr, Dennis E. Heitzmann, Jack R. Rayman, 2005
Jane Addams: Spirit in Action
In this fresh interpretation, the first full biography of Addams in nearly forty years, Louise W. Knight shows Addams's boldness, creativity, and tenacity as she sought ways to put the ideals of democracy into action.
International Ethics: A Critical Introduction
This has usually been interpreted as meaning two things: (1) a simple means—
ends pragmatism (incorrectly characterized as prudence), in which the
statesperson's responsibility is to achieve the national interest with whatever
means are ...
THREE POLITICS AND A VISION OF JUSTICE A currently accepted distinction
between a politician and a statesman or stateswoman is simple: the statesperson
has a long term political strategy, while the politician has no inkling of a strategy ...
The Films of Stan Brakhage in the American Tradition of Ezra ...
artist as involving making a transcription from a pre-existing model (as a
cabinetmaker does when making a cabinet or a statesperson when fashioning a
polis or, even, a doctor in creating health and well-being).132 The model the
artist looks ...
Acedia: the Darkness Within: (and the Darkness of Climate ...
If the president of the United States is a politician rather than a statesperson, then
it is unlikely we will have “a sustainable 21st Century society,” and we may well
have pox Americana. If the US president is a statesperson, then perhaps we will ...
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «STATESPERSON»
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Plaid must win votes and not just positive feelings in 2016 to gain …
He writes: “Leanne Wood arrived as a national statesperson during this election and as someone whom the electors can quite easily see as the first minister of ... «WalesOnline, May 15»
Cameron needs to stop the BS, remember his studies and behave …
But, dependent on those numbers, David Cameron needs to now stop being a campaign politician and needs to start being a statesman, or statesperson. «Liberal Democrat Voice, May 15»
'Daily Show' savors mutual destruction of Texas, Florida
Truth be told, it was Hastings who did all the bashing, while Burgess played the role of genteel offended statesperson. At issue, of course, was Obamacare. «Austin American-Statesman, Feb 15»
Plevneliev Congratulates Dilma Rousseff on Starting 2nd Term as …
“I am convinced that the Brazilian people, led by such a distinguished statesperson and acknowledged leader as you, will stick to the way up towards prosperity ... «Novinite.com, Jan 15»
Twitter Close to Picking High-Profile Head of News to Make Even …
Sources said that the San Francisco microblogging service wants an elder-statesperson type — someone who has been around the media game for quite a long ... «AllThingsD, Oct 13»
President Obama Pandered Like Crazy to Olympia Snowe for Health …
He began by telling me, "A great statesperson [ed - statesperson?] once said, 'When history calls, history calls,'" and said I could make history by supporting ... «Slate Magazine, Apr 13»
What we talk about when we talk about Margaret Thatcher
The right, with its smug condemnation of everyone not showing the proper respect for a deceased statesperson, is also guilty of a particular needling hypocrisy ... «New Statesman, Apr 13»
Mandela: Icon of freedom and forgiveness
“He is by far the most admired and revered statesperson in the world and one of the greatest human beings to walk this earth.” Rolihlahla Dalibhunga Mandela ... «Mail & Guardian Online, Feb 10»