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(60) Such intransigency is consistent with the notion that campaigns with participation-oriented Northern NGOs can be diverted or captured.
Mexican-American preservice teachers and the intransigency of the elementary school curriculum, Teaching and Teacher Education, 15, 555-570.
A resurgence in the individual and collective voices of the young who along with their counterparts in the "Occupy" movement and others in the world today have ensured that the questions of power, of hegemonic intransigency, will remain questions not quickly resolved by the empty triumph of oversized architecture, but by the re-situation of longstanding political and cultural institutions, their presence and meaning in the 21st century.
Wikileaks aims to battle Assad's intransigency in a new way, shedding light on the inner workings of the Syrian regime and exposing any collaborators.
So, one must be aware of snobbism, convenience, self-sufficiency, intransigency or pedantery.
When campus radical and leftist professors are not moaning about how the dreaded Israel Lobby is attempting to suppress all criticism of Israel, or complaining about how any scrutiny of radical Islam, Palestinian terror, or Arab intransigency constitutes "hate speech" that will intimidate or harass Muslims, they have found other means to ensure that countervailing opinions about Israel and the Palestinians are shut out.
Yet because Kartosuwiryo's political intransigency was common to several other nationalists within the Indonesian Republic, who, however, did not rise in arms against it, Elson and Formichi conclude that his resort to violence 'was a function of the repeated interplay of contingency and locally motivated reaction' at an historical juncture, the 1940s, when 'Islamism escaped the constraining bonds of mainstream nationalism and nationalist discourse'.
Ralph Waldo Emersion wrote; "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds." To argue that any proposed increase in tax revenues is bad policy is the kind of political intransigency that makes for good campaign slogans, but makes governing nearly impossible.
The intransigency of the Tamil Tigers was clearly the stumbling block for any negotiation for a peaceful settlement.
On the other hand, Left intellectuals like Michael Parenti appear irritated by the intransigency of RAWA's firm stance against all occupation, including that of the Soviets (Kolhatkar, p.
Such a step will not make any positive contribution to negotiation process and on the contrary, it will encourage Greek Cypriot party on the way to intransigency," he noted.
"But trapped between the Japanese government's ineffectuality and the intransigency of the United States, peaceful options are very quickly running out.