12 Years Manufacturer Safety Lanyard SHL8004 Supply to Rio de Janeiro
12 Years Manufacturer Safety Lanyard SHL8004 Supply to Rio de Janeiro Detail:
Color: orange as default color
1) Single leg.
2) One carabiner for connecting
3) One scaffolding hook on the other ending.
4) Customized webbing color available.
5) Total length:1.8m
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Edward Steinfeld, director of Brown’s Watson Institute, queries political scientist Margaret Weir and political economist Mark Blyth about the rise of illiberalism across the globe.
Recording from the new Watson Institute podcast series, Trending Globally: Politics and Policy.
Trending Globally is a biweekly discussion bridging research, politics, and policy to address today’s critical global challenges. Hosted by the Watson Institute at Brown University.
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