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Major changes in the nature and dynamics of the AIDS epidemic over the last few years are reflected in changing epidemiological trends as well as in the progress made in biomedical research and treatment. AIDS in Europe brings together papers from leading social science researchers to look at the opportunities and challenges these changes bring and the different ways in which they are being responded to in both western and eastern Europe. Papers are organised under three headings: *new challenges for HIV prevention *care of people living with HIV/AIDS in a new therapeutic context *AIDS public policies: from specialisation to normalisation AIDS in Europe provides a comprehensive overview of current social and behavioural research on HIV and AIDS for all health professionals.
Beginning in 1954, Apr. issue lists studies in progress; Oct. issue, completed studies.
A History of Modern Political Thought in East Central Europe, Volume II Part II examines the defeat of the vision of 'socialism with a human face' in 1968 and the political discourses produced by the various 'consolidation' or 'normalization' regimes. It closes with pertinent questions about the fragility of the democratic order globally.
The author was an American entrepreneur who traveled the world. He is believed to be the inspiration behind Jules Verne's "Around the World in Eighty Days." In 1853, he traveled to Melbourne, Australia and stayed almost three years, establishing a business there. He describes the growth of the city, which was without a wharf when he arrived, and went on to become commercially viable. The writings reveal a young merchant explorer seeking out new experiences and new business ventures in faraway lands.