By Arthur C. Clarke, Paul Preuss
Venus leading is a chain of six technology fiction novels written via Paul Preuss, in line with characters and destinations in Arthur C. Clarke's brief stories.
The tales contain Sparta, a stunning and mysterious girl with complicated talents, the made of complex biotech engineering. however the reminiscence of the final 3 years is long gone, and Sparta makes an attempt to get better her earlier, and keep her future.
Volume 1 – Breaking pressure (based at the 1949 brief tale "Breaking Strain")
After her surprising break out from a psychological establishment, an amnesiac who calls herself Sparta seeks out the origins of her strange skills. To this finish, she adopts the identification of Ellen Troy and turns into an inspector for the distance Guild.
On her first project as an Inspector, Sparta is distributed to Port Hesperus, the distance station orbiting Venus, to enquire the sabotage of the distance Queen, an previous freighter. whereas there, she encounters Blake Redfield, a tender old books professional who may perhaps carry the main to her lacking memories.
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In the European Union, - what is termed the European Social Model - has increasingly been subjected to what Stephen Gill (2001) has termed 'disciplinary neoliberalism' that has chipped away at many social and economic rights protections. Of course, there is considerable variation in the extent of this process with Scandinavian countries still maintaining well funded, albeit expensive in tax terms, welfare systems, compared to others, such as the United Kingdom, that have embraced neoliberal ideas rather more enthusiastically.
Nevertheless, the discourse of human security has also found its way into the development discourses of Western states, official aid agencies and IFIs, at least rhetorically. The World Bank in particular has adopted a strategy for social development (World Bank 2005) that works towards 'empowering poor and margin ali sed women and men [and] transforming institutions for greater inclusion, cohesion and accountability' (p. vi). However, as we argued in Chapter 1 it is difficult to square the World Bank's rhetoric of human security and social development with its practices and policies in developing nations that very often create the massive problems around human insecurity in the first place.
Breaking Strain (Venus Prime, Book 1) by Arthur C. Clarke, Paul Preuss