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Blanx Intensive Stain Removal Toothpaste by BlanX
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worked for me, 17 Jan 2012
I was considering paying to get my teeth whitened because of nicotine stains and so on but thought I might as well give this a try first. After just two weeks of brushing thoroughly with this toothpaste there was a noticeable reduction in stains and my teeth were clearly whiter. Having used this product for just over a month now most of the stains are nearly gone and my teeth in general are much whiter. At this rate the natural colour of my teeth will be completely restored within a few months so this product is well worth the money.
The Globalization of World Politics: An Introducti&hellip by John Baylis
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
For anyone studying International Relations at university I highly recommend this textbook. It reviews all of the major theoretical approaches (Realism, liberalism, neo-realism, neo-liberalism, social constructivism, Marxism etc.) but is also more up to date on recent theoretical developments and allows more room for alternative or dissident views (poststructuralism, postmodernism, critical theory, feminist perspectives, etc). It has a huge range of chapters on contemporary issues and is well structured to make digestion of the information easier (division into appropriate sub-tops, recall boxes, case study boxes and so on). Its only weakness is that it tends to oversimplify certain… Read more
Bilderberg Conspiracy, The by H. Paul Jeffers
Bilderberg Conspiracy, The by H. Paul Jeffers
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Lazy, 17 Jan 2012
The author has clearly decided in advance that there is no 'conspiracy' and therefore dodges other important questions such as accountability, transparency, democracy, the function of a free press and so on. Very little independent research has gone into this although a couple of the references are useful. It looks just like an attempt to cash in on the growing curiosity with this group.