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REFERENCES Acemoglu, D., & Autor, D. (2011). Skills, tasks and technologies: Implications for employment and earnings. Handbook of Labor Economics, Vol. 4, Issue 16082, 1043-1171. doi:10.1016/s0169-7218(11)02410-5. Aleksynska, M., & Muller, A. (2015). Nothing more permanent than temporary? Understanding fixed-term contracts . Policy Brief, No. 6, Geneva: International Labor Organization. Allen, R. C. (2011). Why the industrial revolution was British: Commerce, induced invention, and the scientific revolution. The Economic History Review, Vol. 64, Issue 2

References [1] Jakub FUČÍK and Zdeněk KŘÍŽ, Informační revoluce, vojensko-technická revoluce, nebo revoluce ve vojenských záležitostech? (Information Revolution, Military- Technical Revolution, or Revolution in Military Affairs?), Obrana a strategie, Vol. 13, No. 2, 2013, pp. 15-24. [2] For further details see Colin S. GRAY, Strategy for Chaos - Revolution in Military Affairs and The Evidence of History, London, Frank Cass, 2005. [3] Jeffrey R. COOPER. Another View of the Revolution in Military Affairs, http

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At the beginning of the 20th century visual artists found in the art the perfect field to experiment with different materials, combinations of new shapes and proportions to create new artistic currents. But this new trend has questioned the relation of classical arts with its perennial values which can not be overlooked, however radical the desire of young artists to “break” definitively with the past. Thus, in this new artistic context, many of the old art flagship techniques have been questioned and, as is always the case for predicting the “future of art”, the new artistic tendencies are absolutized and others are considered obsolete and declared “death”. The best known example is that of Marcel Duchamp, who, along with his famous ready-made exhibitions, strongly supported the death of art. Finally, the great creators of the past century felt at one point the need to relate to established art in order to better understand the “place” occupied by the generation of new artistic revolutions.

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1 Introduction In March 2018, Armenia entered a new era of democracy after a non-violent revolution occurred on the streets of Yerevan. Locals called the revolution ‘velvet’, as, during the governmental transition, there were neither deaths nor violence. According to many prominent scholars, democracy comes with many benefits for the economy in the long run; however, in the first period immediately after the revolution, the economy also faced many challenges and risks. However, it may also be true that any revolution and rapid political change may lead to a short

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THE LIBYAN UPRISING AND THE RIGHT OF REVOLUTION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW Th omas Keenan1 University of Notre Dame, South Bend, USA email: tkeenan@bsfl lp.com KEENAN, Th omas. Th e Libyan Uprising and the Right of Revolution in Inter- national Law. International and Comparative Law Review, 2011, Vol. 11., No. 1, pp. 7–32. DOI: 10.1515/iclr-2016-0093. Abstract: Despite the ubiquitous coverage of the Libyan revolution throughout the last six months, very little has been said regarding the legal foundations for the rebels’ actions. Within the international legal

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