The use of the Internet for terrorist purposes is a rapidly growing phenomenon, requiring
a proactive and coordinated response from Member States.
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) plays a key role in providing
assistance to Member States, in furtherance of its mandate to strengthen the capacity
of national criminal justice systems to implement the provisions of the international
legal instruments against terrorism, and does so in compliance with the principles
rule of law and international human rights standards.
On the theory side, research has proceeded along two distinct fronts. First, one
needs to explain what prevents rational arbitrageurs from eliminating these and other
predictable patterns in returns. Work in this “limits to arbitrage” vein has focused on the
risks and market frictions that arbitrageurs face. These include simple transactional
impediments, like short-selling constraints, as well as a variety of other complications.
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In 2009, the Missouri Securities Division, in furtherance of its long-standing priority of
protecting senior investors, determined to examine the practices and safeguards employed by
Missouri-registered broker-dealer and investment adviser firms to protect their senior clients.
This undertaking was launched due to several factors, including an aging population of
investors, an increasingly high level of senior complaints to the Division, and the increase in
reports of financial fraud against seniors.
This book pioneers life-saving innovations and assists in the combat against world
hunger and food shortages that threaten human essentials, such as water and energy
supply. Floods, droughts, fires, storms, climate change, global warming and
greenhouse gas emissions can be devastating, altering the environment and,
ultimately, the production of foods.
In conducting their operations, farmers are exposed to financial losses
because of production risks—droughts, floods, and other natural
disasters—as well as price risks. The federal government has played an
active role in helping to mitigate the effects of these risks on farm income
by promoting the use of crop insurance. RMA has overall responsibility for
administering the federal crop insurance program, including controlling
costs and protecting against fraud, waste, and abuse.
The history of development intervention is marked by multiple failures at dialogue
between analysts and practitioners; an impasse caused in part by the failure to recon-
cile disparate professional languages. In Kenya, where critical thought for this book
was generated, a cause célèbre in livestock intensification has been the ill-fated
Maasai Project of the 1960s and 1970s. The wider East Africa region too is known
for its repeated failures to sustain projects in agricultural extension, water manage-
ment, and drought preparedness.
Consider an HIV-positive pregnant woman who lives in
drought-stricken rural Africa. She has walked several miles
with a child on her back to reach the nearest health facility.
Here, her child will receive some basic primary care and be
vaccinated against measles and other vaccine-preventable
diseases. This facility is small and provides only limited
services; consequently, the woman will be unable to receive
basic obstetric care here when she is ready to deliver her
For basic obstetric care, she must travel to a different clinic
in another village.
The most obvious countermeasures against this are means of physically protecting human
lives and livelihoods – e.g. shelters or dikes. In some rural areas of the developing world prone to
natural disasters, these have contributed to a dramatic reduction of the loss of lives in cases of
catastrophes in recent years (Bangladesh is a case in point). Moreover, low-cost initiatives which
provide some element of “proofing” against natural disasters can lessen the impact of such events on