By Stephen Coonts, William H. Keith Jr.
Deep in the NSA is table 3, a top-secret unit of detailed operatives inserted into the sector while the hazard is superb and the reaction calls for sensitivity and invisibility. Charlie Dean, a former Marine sniper, is a senior officer. together with his colleagues Lia DeFrancesca and newcomer Ilya Akulinin, they shape the center of a high-tech crew often called Deep Black.
Off the coast of Africa lie the attractive Canary Islands, a hotel vacation spot of millionaires. beneath this idyllic paradise is without doubt one of the so much unstable fault traces on the earth. There, an alliance among radical Islamic terrorists and a rogue component of the chinese language executive is making plans to unharness an act of unbelievable geological terrorism which may devastate the U.S. East Coast, notable it with waves as much as 1000 ft excessive. They plan to trigger nuclear units to precipitate a huge landslide that would ship a death-dealing tsunami around the Atlantic.
In the significant Asian Republic of Tajikistan twelve nuclear warheads, stolen through the Russian Mafia, are approximately to be smuggled overseas and added into the fingers of the conspirators. Charlie and Ilya move on an intercept venture, yet earlier than they could retrieve them, the guns vanish.
Meanwhile, in a lodge in New Jersey, a bestselling writer is assassinated to avoid the discharge of his stranger-than-fiction tale approximately an Islamic plot to alter the process historical past. Lia, Charlie’s female friend, is shipped to Berlin to infiltrate the empire of a ruthless chinese language billionaire whose machinations have come to the eye of the NSA. She dangers fast execution if her real identification is revealed.
Their paths all converge within the Canary Islands. until the Deep Black workforce intervenes, the islands may be the epicenter of an apocalypse, with hundreds of thousands of lives---and the whole global order---at stake.
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When Cornell (1991) argues that equivalent rights "do not have as their sole or even their main goal creating a space for women in a male world from which they have previously been shut out" (p. 282), she assumes a fluidity of gender identity. The idea of equivalent rights values differences and sexual diversity, "two genres, male and female" (p. 283), neither of which is biologically grounded but each of which has deep psychological roots in the child's separation from the mother. Building on Lacan (1977) and Derrida (1978, 1982), Cornell (1991) argues that sex is not set, but is given meaning through the cultural representations of gender, most particularly through language codes that are subject to interpretation and reinterpretation.
283), neither of which is biologically grounded but each of which has deep psychological roots in the child's separation from the mother. Building on Lacan (1977) and Derrida (1978, 1982), Cornell (1991) argues that sex is not set, but is given meaning through the cultural representations of gender, most particularly through language codes that are subject to interpretation and reinterpretation. Derrida's " 'new choreography of sexual difference' . . [is] a choreography which . . in no way denies that we are sexuate beings never simply to be reduced to the category of the 'human' " (Cornell, 1991, p.
If we ask if we can change the ways in which women are treated without requiring that they be treated like men, we are asking that rules of employment, of education, and of health care, for starters, be looked at in a new way. My point is that wherever we stand on this equality/difference discussion affects how we assess the more difficult "task of moral and social transformation" (Pollitt, 1992, p. 806). Equitability, Standpoint, and Postmodernism In this book, I am constantly mindful of the inextricable daily links between feminist theory and politics and policies of the Women's Movement.