By Jan & Tesar, Petr Aharon & Skolil, Zdenek Zahalka
Книга Aviatik D.I and D.II Aviatik D.I and D.II Книги Вооружение Автор: Jan Zahalka, Petr Aharon Tesar, Zdenek Skolil Год издания: 2002 Формат: pdf Издат.:JaPo Страниц: 116 Размер: 38.15 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Monography of Austro-Hungarian WWI fighter covers improvement heritage of the kind together with wide construction less than licence and operational provider, camouflage and staining, all documented by way of technical drawings, whole carrier handbook, images and color profiles of 26 airplanes. one hundred sixty five photographs, 26 colour profiles. Language English/Czech.
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19 To put it another way, although terrorists and other nonstate actors rarely, if ever, engage in the sort of formal “cost–benefit” analyses that many social scientists futilely seek to model, and their “rationality” may not be comprehensible to outsiders, they normally carry out their acts of violence in order to achieve more or less calculated operational objectives. 20 To the extent that this is true, whether terrorist choose to attack targets with CBRN materials and weapons will largely depend—assuming that (1) they have the technical capabilities to do so, and that (2) using such agents is not utterly antithetical to their ideological agendas and/or psychological makeup—on whether the operational advantages that their use might be perceived to confer is seen as outweighing the operational disadvantages that their uses might incur.
For a full discussion, see Daniel Gressang, op cit. 88. Jeffrey M. Bale and Gary Ackerman, “Profiling the WMD Terrorist Threat,” in WMD Terrorism: Science and Policy Choices, Stephen M. Maurer and Christine HartmannSiantar eds. (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2009), 29–30. The precise nature of the Mahdi differs according to interpretation, but generally, in Islamic eschatology, the Mahdi (literally: “guided one”) is the savior who, often together with Jesus, will bring to perfect fruition the Islamic ideal of a just and peaceful global community of believers in anticipation of the Muslim Final Day of Judgment (yaum al-Qiyamah, literally “Day of Resurrection”).