Role of the Military in Establishing Democracy

23 Mar 2015 03 Jan 2018

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ABSTRACT Under the conditions of globalization the term governance does not point to governmental and state actors, but it refers to intertwined governmental and non-governmental, private, transnational, national and local actors and networks, which guide and govern. Efficient and democratic governance has become an intended end of the state for the external assistance provision, notably for the United States. Analyzing the changes within the Defense Department and ...

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Impact of Private Military Companies on Security

23 Mar 2015 03 Jan 2018

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What impact do Private Military Companies have on International Security? 1. Introduction 1.1. Scenes from Fallujah Towards the end of March 2004, the world bore witness to by now familiar scenes of blood-letting from Iraq. Pictures captured on this occasion by an Associate Press journalist (Mascolo, 2006) showed Iraqis celebrating the killing of two foreigners. Emaciated and hardly recognisable, their bodies hung over the bridge they had ...

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Cyber Warfare: the Future of War

23 Mar 2015 03 Jan 2018

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CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Karl von Clausewitz defined war as "...an act of violence intended to compel our opponent to fulfill our will In order to attain this object fully, the enemy must be disarmed, and disarmament becomes therefore the immediate object of hostilities...." At the end of the second millennium, this classification no longer describes the full spectrum of modern warfare. In the future, we will have ...

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Psychology of Soldier Training in the UK

23 Mar 2015 03 Jan 2018

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Bullying, humiliation and exclusion are all part of the British culture.  How does this assertion sit with our duty to produce trained soldiers for the front line by running hard, relevant and fair training? First, it is essential to understand that the larger British cultural psychology exerts its oppression through mostly subtle forms of psychological warfare.  Repression of emotions, fastidiousness, fixation on decorum and protocol, and elite ...

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Political Objectives of the Falklands War

23 Mar 2015 03 Jan 2018

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War as a Strategic Tool of Policy: The Falklands War - "Did War prove to be a Successful Means of Achieving Political Objectives? Examine from both UK and Argentinean perspectives." In an essay of this brevity it would be impossible, and indeed unnecessary, to discuss fully the history of the Falkland Islands; we will therefore begin by discussing the immediate origins of the conflict before going on ...

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Can War Be Abolished? Theories and Causes of War

03 Oct 2016 03 Jan 2018

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CAN WAR BE ABOLISHED Introduction  According to the Clausewitz War is a mere continuation of the policy. So the question arises can the policy be abolished? Or is war inevitable? and we may find no simple answer to these questions. War is defined as a violent action in which one side i.e. State ‘A’ endeavours to impose its will on the other side i.e. State ‘B’ ...

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Innovation in Military Systems

03 Oct 2016 02 Oct 2017

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Introduction Technology transfer across social sectors, industries, and national boundaries is a common phenomenon in contemporary times. These transfers are mostly driven by economic paradigms – the need to embrace radical innovations so as not to be left behind in the race to be at the forefront of technological and/or commercial envelope. It is thus obvious that the technological generators – one who invested in Research ...

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Impact of Air Power Theory in WW2

19 Sep 2017

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Did “air power theory” do more harm than good before the outbreak of “and during” the Second World War? This essay will examine the meaning and impact of “air power theory”, a theory which took shape after World War One, which predicted that air power would be the single most important factor in the outcome of future wars. We will briefly examine the impact this theory ...

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How Military Leavers Can Benefit the Private Industry

18 Sep 2017

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ISSUE TO BE EXAMINED Each year British businesses clamour after the best and brightest coming out of business schools. However, these same businesses often overlook a body of potential employees not only with good or better training, but also with the experience to go with it. Given that military personnel provide a valuable and often taken for granted service to our country, often putting their own ...

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Effect of Military Deployment on the Family

11 Aug 2017 18 Sep 2017

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Jennifer Anderson The Struggles of Military Deployment and the Effects It Has on their Family As a society member, people have rights, freedoms, and responsibilities. The military protects the rights and freedoms of society. It is our duty to watch out for neighbors, community members, and friends that are going through a deployment. Thousands of soldiers are deployed overseas each year in the United States. ...

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Ethics of Drone Strikes

01 Aug 2017 18 Sep 2017

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Judah Wiesner Joan Fisher Above the law: Murder without consequence As stated in the 10 commandments, "Thou shalt not kill." A clear statement, yet if necessary we kill without thought, but mostly for self-defense; but if, for example, you killed an innocent civilian, you would spend 15 years to life in prison. If thousands of people are getting locked up every day for murder, why ...

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Western Front on 1914 Strategies for the Entente

01 Aug 2017 18 Sep 2017

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Christopher "Mike" White "Once the fighting deadlocked on the Western Front by the end of 1914, what strategic courses of action should the countries of the Entente and Germany have adopted?" Once the fighting deadlocked on the Western Front on 1914 the Entente, specifically the British should have opened a second front while the Germans should have conducted submarine warfare to draw the Grand Fleet ...

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Analysis of The Sykes-Picot Agreement

01 Aug 2017 18 Sep 2017

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Christopher "Mike" White The current actions of the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria and Iraq are a result of religious and political conditions which exist due to irresponsible foreign diplomacy and the imperialistic tendencies of both Great Britain and France over one hundred years in the past. In a viral video declaring the establishment of their Islamic Caliphate early in the summer of 2014, the ...

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The Issue of Informatized Conflict

01 Aug 2017 18 Sep 2017

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Charles H. Rybeck, Lanny R. Cornwell, & Philip M. Sagan It took the remilitarization of the Rhineland in 1936 to awaken many to the threat of the Nazis. In 1957, it took Sputnik to awaken the US to the Soviet threat in space. It took 9/11 to awaken many to the threat of violent Islamist extremism. And it took the Underwear Bomber of Christmas Day ...

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The Horrors of U.X.Os

01 Aug 2017 18 Sep 2017

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Hannah Chartier The Vietnam War is the second longest war in United States history. It began on August 7, 1964 when the U.S. congress passed a joint resolution to go to war against the Communist North Vietnamese. It ended on April 30, 1975 with the fall of Saigon. "The Vietnamese government estimates that around 14m tonnes of ordnance, nearly three times that used by the ...

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Creative Imaging within Misleading Advertising in Military

11 Aug 2017 08 Sep 2017

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­Review of literature This chapter provides a discussion of the related concepts linked to the aims and objectives of the research as highlighted in Chapter 1. An initial mindset diagram (figure 1) highlighted relevant areas. The concepts or ideas have now been prioritized to include the following. The purpose of the literature review is to show an understanding of the basic concepts of the ...

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History and Types of Regiment Units

01 Aug 2017 08 Sep 2017

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At first, there is the MOD (Ministry of Defence) which is a British department in the government that is responsible the defence policy set by the majesty government and the British armed forces. The Ministry of Defence mainly objectives are to defend the UK of Great Britain and North Ireland and to strengthen them with stability and peace. The MOD also protects independence security of ...

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History of the Selective Service and the Draft

01 Aug 2017 08 Sep 2017

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Albeit with some qualifying distinctions, women have always served in the U.S. Military since the birth of America. Their roles, responsibilities and numbers have steadily increased over the years and their strides in equality have afforded them the same opportunities as men. However, they have never been subject to Selective Service registration or a military draft in America. Women continue fighting towards being considered equals ...

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Role of Merchant Marine for the Allies

01 Aug 2017 08 Sep 2017

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ROLE OF MERCHANT MARINE IN SUPPORTING WAR EFFORT IN ASIA PACIFIC IN WORLD WAR II AND LESSONS FOR INDIA INTRODUCTION "The men and ships of the Merchant Marine have participated in every landing operation by the United States Marine Corps from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima -- and we know they will be at hand with supplies and equipment when American amphibious forces hit the beaches ...

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UK DMS Military Amputee Rehabilitation Strategy

28 Jul 2017 17 Aug 2017

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Introduction The previous chapter provided information regarding the context and background to the study, the research aim and objectives, the statement of the problem, the scope and limitations of the study, and the study structure. Globally, the availability of rehabilitative staff and for that matter health workers in general has become a cause for concern. WHO (2006) commented that the world faces a shortage of ...

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How to Reload Ammunition with a Progressive Press

14 Aug 2017

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Introduction In today's society, hunters and recreational shooters have the ability to reload their own ammunition. By doing this, people save a significant amount of money when compared to continually buying boxes of new ammunition. The cost, at first, for all the equipment is very high, such that it could deter people from reloading. The reward is when people buy the necessary supplies in bulk ...

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Psychological Operations Analysis

24 Jul 2017

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ANALYSIS PSYCHOLOGICAL OPERATION IN PANAMA According to the types of psychological operation general can be classified into three types, which were Strategic Psychological Operation, Tactical Psychological Operation and Consolidation Psychological Operation. During the psychological operation in Panama, there are two main types of psychological operation that been use which were loudspeaker and leaflets. The psychological operation that used in Panama can be classified as types of ...

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Joint operation planning process

23 Mar 2015 05 May 2017

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The Joint Operation Planning Process, or JOPP, supports planning at all levels and for missions across the full range of military operations. This planning process applies to both contingency planning and CAP. The JOPP is an orderly, analytical planning process that consists of a set of logical steps to analyze a mission, develop, analyze, and compare alternative COAs, or courses of action, select the best COA, and ...

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Profielwerkstuk terrorisme: Westerse wereld - Islamitische wereld

23 Mar 2015 01 May 2017

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Inleiding: Het eind van vorig schooljaar stond in het teken van het zoeken van een onderwerp voor het profielwerkstuk. Al snel kwam ik tot de conclusie dat terrorisme mijn onderwerp zou worden. De belangstelling voor het fenomeen terrorisme leeft over de hele wereld. Een recenter onderwerp bestaat bijna niet. Na de terroristische aanslagen op Amerika, Spanje, Engeland en zelfs ons eigen land is deze belangstelling alleen maar ...

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Mandatory Military Service: A good concept?

23 Mar 2015 25 Apr 2017

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Is mandatory military service a good thing for the country? Both World Wars, the Korean War and the Vietnam War have one thing in commonmost who served were drafted through a mandatory system. Recently, high ranking Democratic Congressman, Charles Rangel, proposed reinstating the draft. Is mandatory military service a good thing for the country? I will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a military draft, as well ...

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How much should be spend on the military?

03 Oct 2016 07 Mar 2017

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Topic: “ Evaluate the idea that governments should spend less money on war and their military, and more on other areas such as health care and education” In recent years, developing a comprehensive nation must rely on many areas such as environmental protection, health and education. Military can be defined as one of the areas that need attention. Some suggested that the military must be kept ...

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Principles of war

23 Mar 2015

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CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study. Principles of war are key considerations that commanders use as an academic start point when contemplating combat operations. They range from strategic, and operational, to tactical factors which serve as guiding rules which must not be violated in order to ensure success in any operation. The Principles of war range from; selection and maintenance of the aim, offensive action, ...

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Concept Of Kesban Be Still

23 Mar 2015

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TO WHICH EXTENT WOULD THE CONCEPT OF KESBAN BE STILL RELEVANTIN THE YEAR 2020? DISCUSS INTRODUCTION The acronym KESBAN is the combination of two Malay words which is stand for ‘Keselamatan dan Pembangunan' or security/defence and development. KESBAN defined as the sum total of measures undertaken by all government agencies to protect and strengthen the society from subversion, lawlessness and insurgency.It was introduced officially by the ...

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