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Encyclopedia > Paul Kennedy

Paul Kennedy can refer to:

  • Paul Kennedy a professor of history at Yale University who is known for his study of the history of international relations. His most famous book is The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers.
  • Paul Kennedy was lead guitarist with yhr 1990s punk band Nobody's Heroes between 1993 and 1994. He replaced Howard J. Beard in the original line-up.
  • Paul Kennedy the host of CBC Radio One's Ideas

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Planet in the Ocean : Paul Kennedy (287 words)
Paul Kennedy was Salad's guitarist and backing vocalist as well as being a key songwriter.
It has been alleged that Paul was in a punk band during the early 1980s, although there seems to be no evidence of this.
Paul's distinctive guitar style is biased more towards rhythm than lead, although his cutting solos often give Salad's songs their memorable edge.
Modern Malthusianism (2570 words)
Kennedy indicates that the way to avoid the catastrophe is by transfers of technology and enormous cash aid from North to South, and by getting the poor countries of the world to develop along the lines of the Korean model.
Kennedy devotes a chapter each to Europe and to the former Soviet Union; this is his area of expertise and the subject of most of his other work.
Kennedy ignores that China, and the rest of the next generation of East Asian "Newly Industrializing Economies," have similar cultural attitudes to Japan and Korea, and therefore can adopt that model; the model has not worked elsewhere and should not be touted as the universal answer to poverty.
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