The Sino-Indian War in 1962 has fundamentally shaped and distorted Indian attitudes towards China. It also obscured a great deal of what has happened in China since 1962.
Entropy theory is indeed a first attempt to deal with global form; but it has not been dealing with structure. All it says is that a large sum of elements may have properties not found in a smaller sample of them.
Playing in attack is difficult. You are under scrutiny, and you have to be able to deal with that.
This radical Islam is a religious-based ideology. And you actually have to, when you deal with the ideology, you have to attack it on that basis.
Many writers who have had to deal with the subject of atrocity can't face it head-on.
Humans have obviously contributed a great deal of carbon to the atmosphere. So we are warming the planet up.
Being an athlete in a cold-weather sport is really difficult to deal with the asthma.
I went through the standard scientific atheist phase when I was about 14. I bought into that package deal of science equals atheism.
When we meet people who are astronauts or deal in astronomy, it's always really fascinating.
I've been forced to deal with my character assassination.
I got a record deal with Sony, and I really just put acting aside. But it's a love.
A record deal doesn't make you an artist; you make yourself an artist.
I like to use effects, but a lot of the time I just can't deal with these tracks with all these artificial sounds.
What's important is that we do this in the right timescale to get the right deal for the U.K. We shouldn't invoke Article 50 immediately.
Any deal that's not approved by Congress won't be accepted by Congress. Not now and certainly not in the future.
The Senate must approve any deal President Obama negotiates with Iran by a two-thirds majority vote.
Whenever I do a deal I always have the right of approval.
The benefits and consequences of globalization have a great deal to do with whether we're intelligent and thoughtful about how we approach globalization, or whether we're blindly accepting... or blindly resistant.