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Label Maker Machine Portable Sticker Printer with Tape, Wireless
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Continuous printing + fixed-length printing: The label printer can not only support printing fixed-length labels, but also continuous printing labels
Multiple devices connected at the same time:support 7 Android devices + 1 IOS device = 8 devices can be connected at the same time for editing and printing
Variety of templates:templates can be selected according to the label specifications, no need to manually edit the label specifications, you can directly select the label specifications to enter text for printing
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In keeping with the DOC’s own two-decade history of dialogical methodology, the report builds on a series of dialogues convened throughout 2020. Whilst the ongoing global health crisis naturally hastened the sense of common purpose to the discussions, the DOC’s choice of theme predated the virus outbreak. Gathered online during the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, a discussion group of approximately 40 leading thinkers …
Our goal at the DOC Research Institute is to foster dialogue among all cultures and civilisations to forge shared worldviews on fundamental policy issues. Our culturally informed approach produces a multifaceted outlook, from the everyday level of human interaction to the global level of institutionalised power. This project, under the direction of Professor Richard Higgott, has been developed in this fashion.
This draft report, written by Higgott and his colleague Dr Kate Coyer, is the initial instalment in this project. The draft is circulated initially to provoke and facilitate debate. The digital players and ‘ecologies’ referenced throughout are diverse, evolving, …
Whilst the world begins to slowly open up again following the initial coronavirus-induced lockdown, questions remain regarding the dire state of the present world order, and what order will emerge in the post-COVID-19 world. In the lead-up to the Rhodes Forum 2020, the DOC has launched the Berlin Call Initiative, convening key figures in the international policy-making and academic fields to discuss and contribute to a DOC-led series of policy recommendations for strengthening the multilateral order of the post-COVID-19 world.
The DOC has to-date hosted two roundtable discussions on three potential scenarios for the global order following on from and …
This paper demonstrates how a global pandemic like COVID-19 can change the relationship between states and the international system in an era of heightened and unequal contest between the forces of nationalism and global cooperation. It looks at what we know and speculates about what we can only conjecture at this stage. We know four things:
The year 2020 was shaping up to be a decisive year for Germany on the international stage. As a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council for two years, and holding both the rotating presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of the year and of the Council of Europe´s Council of Ministers (“Greater Europe”, including Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, etc.), the German government saw this unusual alignment of international agendas as an opportunity to assert its position and vision on major European and international issues.
This determination was to be reinforced by the willingness …
The CEO of the Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute, Jean-Christophe Bas, will be speaking at the Normandy World Peace Forum, taking place on the 1 & 2 October. Bas will take part in a debate titled “The EU on the international scene: What results?” from 17h30 to 19h00 on Thursday 1 October, alongside moderator Xavier Chemisseur, Elena Lazarou, Alain Le Roy, Monika Nogaj, and Serge Stroobants.
The Forum, now in its third edition, will be held in the Abbaye-aux-Dames in Caen, and will discuss the environment, education and new technologies within the theme of …
The Dialogue of Civilizations Research Institute (DOC) co-hosted a two-day global forum alongside CGTN Think Tank and a number of other partners. 140 speakers from 39 countries shared their views on the unprecedented success of China’s efforts to reduce poverty, and explored ways to facilitate the global achievement of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Participants agreed that the COVID-19 pandemic is a major crisis for the whole of humanity, and also the most urgent challenge to the global cause of reducing poverty. In the face of such global crises, people have become increasingly aware that the international community should …
On 28 August, the Chairman of the DOC Supervisory Board, Dr. Vladimir Yakunin, took part in the 14th edition of the Forum du Futuroscope, organised by the Foundation Prospective & Innovation, chaired by former French Prime Minister Jean-Pierre Raffarin.
The special panel “Existing in a fractured world” focused on the tectonic changes taking place in the global architecture. The panel concept note argued that the multilateral system put in place in the aftermath of the Second World War, while based on an inequality of rights and duties, offered a universal forum and dispute resolution mechanisms that helped to mitigate …