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Immer wenn Oma zu Besuch ist, möchte Jonas eine Geschichte von ihr hören. Nicht irgendeine, sondern eine nach seinen genauen Vorgaben. Dabei spielen Osterhasen, Mondschlösser, Raketen und viele bunte Eier eine tragende Rolle. Kurzbiographie Mitglied der Autorinnenvereinigung Mitglied im Presseclub Nürnberg Internationaler Presseausweis geb.im August 1949 in Bad Pyrmont Nach Abitur in Hannover Studium der Germanistik und Anglistik an den Universitäten Hannover,Freiburg,Edinburgh Oberstudienrätin im Ruhestand, 2 Töchter, 4 Enkel 1. Vorsitzende Schachclub, Golf-, Schach und Tennisspielerin Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl) http://www.schachkreis-ost.de/ost375.htm http://www.schacholympiade.org/index.php?targetSite=5_3 http://www.schachclub-ottensoos.de/news.html http://www.schacholympiade.org/index.php? http://www.schachlinks.com/cgi-bin/admin/action-interview_anzeigen--interview_id- ajedrezhttp://de.calameo.com/read/000344943772bca33a929 http://www.schacholympiade.org/index.php?targetSite=5_5 Big Bertha: Ein fränkischer Kurzkrimi http://www.amazon.de/Geschichten-nach-Vorgaben-Leni-Nathrath-ebook/dp/B00UI49HFM

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Der gemeinsame Gang über den Laufer Weihnachtsmarkt verlief in fast perfekter Harmonie, aber dann zogen Gewitterwolken auf.... Kurzbiographie Mitglied der Autorinnenvereinigung Mitglied im Presseclub Nürnberg Internationaler Presseausweis geb.im August 1949 in Bad Pyrmont Nach Abitur in Hannover Studium der Germanistik und Anglistik an den Universitäten Hannover,Freiburg,Edinburgh Oberstudienrätin im Ruhestand, 2 Töchter, 4 Enkel 1. Vorsitzende Schachclub, Golf-, Schach und Tennisspielerin Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl) http://www.schachkreis-ost.de/ost375.htm http://www.schacholympiade.org/index.php?targetSite=5_3 http://www.schachclub-ottensoos.de/news.html http://www.schacholympiade.org/index.php? http://www.schachlinks.com/cgi-bin/admin/action-interview_anzeigen--interview_id- ajedrezhttp://de.calameo.com/read/000344943772bca33a929 http://www.schacholympiade.org/index.php?targetSite=5_5 Big Bertha: Ein fränkischer Kurzkrimi http://www.amazon.de/Geschichten-nach-Vorgaben-Leni-Nathrath-ebook/dp/B00UI49HFM

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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject History Europe - Other Countries - Middle Ages, Early Modern Age, grade: Merit, University of Hull, course: History, language: English, abstract: The Thirty Years War embodied the impact of Protestantism to the peculiar route of state development of the Empire and subsequently the peculiarity of the development of political theories from the example of the Empire. The War was the last of a violent wave of political reforms which rode on the tide of ecclesiastical reformation: a tide which ravaged Europe since Martin Luther. The German Reformation was both an ideological and political movement that pitted the Protestant against the Catholics including the Emperor. It was pacified in mid 16th century but restarted and escalated during the Thirty Years War. Like the conflict of the 1540s in the Empire and late 16th century Europe, the War was partly a political struggle between territorialism and central power - in this case between the Protestant princes and the Holy Roman Emperor. Parallel to the center-peripheral struggle, as both the provincial Protestants and the Emperors adherents were equipped with exclusive moral philosophies, it cleaved two irreconcilable and mutually suspicious factions within the Constitution. Thus the end of the war there breeds a secular political innovation, a middle way comprises of both Protestants and Catholics without ecclesiastical conflicts that need to be resolved outside of the legal institution, under a Catholic theocracy which was a fundamentally exclusive federation before 1648. The peculiarity of the Thirty Years War to continental Europe was that, its outcome the Peace of Westphalia, unlike the other religious edicts, has not only shattered the ambiguity of a medieval feudal-theocratic structure that was the Imperial Constitution; it has also rejuvenated the Holy Roman Empires unity from within its peculiar medieval structure. The old feudal representative structure embedded in the Constitution was furthered and therefore spared the Empires need to eliminate, but to include the Protestant opposition in a German federation. This development inspired legal political theorists such as Samuel Pufendorf and statesmen to envision rational, defined states based on the hitherto model of the Empire, a quasi-secular legal system. Thus, the implication of the Peace was both political and philosophical: first it reformed and consolidated Imperial structure; secondly it implied a separate model distinguished from the rest Western Europe for contemporary political philosophers concerning with how the state should behave morally. As the Research Director in European Politics at the Global Studies Institute in Hong Kong, an institution set up by renowned international relations scholar Simon Shen, I am one of the youngest and most avid multi-platform commentator in European affairs in Hong Kong. With a degree in history, and a masters of science degree in EU politics specialized in the governance of the European Union from the prestigious London School of Economics and Political Science, I have written dozens of commentaries on several publications in the Greater China region, as well as guest to numerous TV and radio broadcastings in Hong Kong. A majority of my articles can be seen in the Hong Kong Economic Journal, while I've also written articles for UDN Global (???), the Taipei-based newspaper, and the Guangzhou-based Nanfeng Chuang Journal (???). In light of the recent Brexit incident, I've been quoted in the Hong Kong Economic Journal, published extensively on online platforms such as the Initium and Insight Post, while making several broadcastings produced by the RTHK and TVB, including a lengthy interview featured in On the Record (http://mytv.tvb.com/tc/cat_news/ontherecord/257528) as well as Pentaprism II ?http://programme.rthk.hk/rthk/tv/programme.php?name=tv/pentaprismII&d=2016-06-24&p=4101&e=362234&m=episode). My stance on the referendum has been a simple one; theres simply no factual ground to support that in even the most optimist scenario that Great Britain can gain advantage over its former self. I predicted that not only the referendum would have alienate further of Britains allies on the continent, it would also further the conflict between the devolved entities (for example Scotland and Northern Ireland) with Westminster and the majority of England. Tragically, almost all of my prediction held true as Nicola

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Thesis (M.A.) from the year 2012 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: Merit, London School of Economics (European Institute), course: Politics and Government in the EU, language: English, abstract: The non-compliance to the Stability and Growth Pact in the early 2000s was a direct challenge to the co-operative virtue of EU fiscal governance, and the fact that its occurrence played little role in affecting the stability for Europes most significant achievement yet - the Single Currency - was in itself a truly peculiar incident. Betrayed by the deeds of the two locomotives of the European Project, Germany and France, only four years after the adoption of the Euro - yet the currency strides on and none of the adverse effect that Economists feared had happened. But was that it? The fact that both of these nations could escape sanction by coercing other nations in debt to vote against a punishment for their excessive fiscal deficit announced a deep functional fault in the enforcement of agreed EU treaties on the Commissions ∂ and knowing that the stability of the Euro hinged upon an incomplete fiscal federation where fiscal responsibility laid heavily on the shoulders of the member states, there was indeed a commitment crisis exhibiting itself in 2003. This paper aimed to answer two questions: first, what have caused the member states, such as France and most curiously, Germany, the one who had stressed the need for fiscal discipline every step of the way during the negotiation stage to safeguard the Euro, to renegade on a pact that was supposed to guarantee just that? Second, in light of the silence of the international capital market towards the incident, what, if any, had the demise of EDP contributed to the study of fiscal governance and political integration in the EU? As the Research Director in European Politics at the Global Studies Institute in Hong Kong, an institution set up by renowned international relations scholar Simon Shen, I am one of the youngest and most avid multi-platform commentator in European affairs in Hong Kong. With a degree in history, and a masters of science degree in EU politics specialized in the governance of the European Union from the prestigious London School of Economics and Political Science, I have written dozens of commentaries on several publications in the Greater China region, as well as guest to numerous TV and radio broadcastings in Hong Kong. A majority of my articles can be seen in the Hong Kong Economic Journal, while I've also written articles for UDN Global (???), the Taipei-based newspaper, and the Guangzhou-based Nanfeng Chuang Journal (???). In light of the recent Brexit incident, I've been quoted in the Hong Kong Economic Journal, published extensively on online platforms such as the Initium and Insight Post, while making several broadcastings produced by the RTHK and TVB, including a lengthy interview featured in On the Record (http://mytv.tvb.com/tc/cat_news/ontherecord/257528) as well as Pentaprism II ?http://programme.rthk.hk/rthk/tv/programme.php?name=tv/pentaprismII&d=2016-06-24&p=4101&e=362234&m=episode). My stance on the referendum has been a simple one; theres simply no factual ground to support that in even the most optimist scenario that Great Britain can gain advantage over its former self. I predicted that not only the referendum would have alienate further of Britains allies on the continent, it would also further the conflict between the devolved entities (for example Scotland and Northern Ireland) with Westminster and the majority of England. Tragically, almost all of my prediction held true as Nicola Sturgeon seemed poised to host another referendum and that the confidence in the UK economy has already felt the shock of Brexit, seen in the Gilt yields wild rise after the referendum. For the British people it is a time to rebuild and rethink what needs to be done to reach an amicable break from the European Union, and for us as oversea observers we should aim to seize upon this historic moment to enhance our knowledge of the working of the EU and create opportunities out of it.

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