- With regard to the vacancy situation, the Advisory Committee felt that greater attention should be paid to succession planning.
- In 1996 and 1997, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and China successively signed the Agreement on Confidence-Building in the Military Field along the Border Areas and the Agreement on Mutual Reduction of Military Forces in the Border Areas.
- While successful twentieth-century insurgencies developedsome degree of hierarchy and a political wing, the Iraq insurgencyremains a loose, amorphous network.
- UNCTAD, in cooperation with other international agencies, should develop a systematic inventory of successful experiences in corridor management in order to identify, among other things, success factors, including sequencing, “champion” enterprises, and decision-shaping mechanisms.
- Moreover, the two share the same lineage of the Great Leader, or Suryong,linked to Kim Jong-suk on the maternal side, andare fully devoted to the absolute supremacy of the Suryong andhereditary succession.
- Many States Parties have learned that the key to success is to employ a combination of systems based on the capabilities and effectiveness of each type of asset and to correctly sequence their employment.
- This query included a petition to the Government's highest consultative body for a pronouncement on the possibility of amending Sect. 57 of the Constitution to remove the preference for males over females in the line of succession to the throne.
- According to another view, the Commission should refrain from attempting to classify unilateral acts; the literature had addressed the issue without great success and international jurisprudence apparently had little interest in establishing a hierarchy between them.