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    Economic Integration of the Baltic Sea Region and the Passenger Traffic Issues Table of Contents: I. Introduction 2 II. Goals of Economic Integration 2 III. VASAB 2010 3 IV. Öresund vs. Helsinki - Tallinn Link 4 V. Aviation Development in Scandinavia 7 VI. Conclusion

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    growing merchant division. Rural peasants moved to growing cities for new work. As serfhood faded off in the West, it was growing in the Russia inherited by Peter Romanov. And while Western Europe, with its numerous warm-water passageways, sailed the seas and brought in unprecedented profits from subjugated colonies, Russia pushed eastward, finding nothing but frigid shore, cold taiga, and the remnants of a deformed Mongolian Empire that had depended more on plunder than infrastructure. In this situation

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    Policy analysis National Security Concept of Estonia The National Security Concept (NSC) sees international co-operation as the primary source of security, since “NATO serves as the cornerstone of European security and defence.” [p.4] Therefore, I will first analyse the NSC using the regional framework. In addition, I will use the sectoral approach to analyse the main areas affecting both internal and international security environment, which according to the NSC are “political, military, economic

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    Shipbuilding in Sweden Sweden is a northern European country located between Finland and Norway. The country shares its borders with the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, Kattegat, and Skagerrak. Although known as a military powerhouse in the 17th century, Sweden has remained a neutral country and has not participated in any of the World Wars in modern history. A former agricultural based country, Sweden has evolved into a highly industrialized one, with its rich resources of iron, hydroelectric, and

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    Personal Cultural Heritage Item Personal cultural heritage is a significant part of who we are. In this paper, I will discuss the cultural heritage of my own family, including topics such as, artifacts, familial ties, patterns, and the influences of our heritage on our family today. My parents are from different cultural backgrounds, but the majority of my cultural heritage is Polish. Poland is located in the center of Europe and traces its roots back at least one thousand (1,000) years (“Poland

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    rebellious German artist, helped change the way people looked at art. Grunewald’s first (known) painting is estimated to be Munich, dated in the year 1503. His childhood was lost along with most of his art, most information about him was deserted in the Baltic Sea. Today, only a small number of pieces from Grunewald remain. In the beginning of Grunewald’s childhood time, the Hunyadi Dynasty founder, Matthias Corvinus, was the king of Hungary and Bohemia who will in seven years time, will become Duke of Austria

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    Ice Beam in 4 Point Bending

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    The flexural strength of sea ice is crucial for ice going vessels and hence the knowledge of mechanical properties of ice is very important for the design of such vessels. The primary objective of this investigation is the numerical simulation of sea ice in four point bending using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH), which being a mesh free method offers a lot of advantages over traditional grid-based approaches. The numerical results will be compared to earlier simulations of in situ four-point

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    Peter The Great

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    Europe for knowledge, inventions, and great minds to bring back to Russia. His voyage ended in the rich and luxurious city of Amsterdam. Peter began to study Holland’s ships and navy, and hired ship builders to go home with him, and help him prepare a sea power. Peter, wanting to really learn how to build a ship, signed on as a carpenter to hide his true identity, because he wanted to work without that being a distraction. After 4 months, Peter had built a ship of his own, called the “Peter and Mary

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    Wismar Research Paper

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    It may seem an anomaly for someone who had been on five cruises and had earned 4-star mariner status, but had not dedicated a page about cruising in her blog. To be honest, I’m not fond of cruising. I find the activities inside the ship boring like the shows and gala nights, and not excited about the buffet or the chef’s signature dishes, probably prepared with ingredients from the ship headquarters’ warehouse. I go on a cruise to visit incredible places that are not accessible by land or relatively

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    Dying to Be Reborn

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    I have always believed that every person lives many lives. Each one is a period in a person’s lifetime, characterized by the people one meets, jobs, travels, and many other experiences. The transition between one life to another is marked by a significant event. My first life finished on August 17th, 2005. I was backpacking across Europe when, in Gdansk, a small city in northern Poland, I had a terrible accident: while diving, I broke my neck. When the first vertebra was shattered into three

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