Effects Of The French Revolution

23 Mar 2015 06 Jun 2017

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Keywords: french revolution impact, french revolution effects, French revolution is a bourgeois revolution that happened on 14th. July 1794. It is the bourgeois revolution of the largest, most complete revolution. The revolution began with the storming of the Bastille was besieged by Pairs. The revolution gone through hardships and passed a tortuous progress. In this revolution, representatives of bourgeois democratic and republican overturned the absolute monarchic ...

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Thatcherism vs New Labour Party

23 Mar 2015 06 Jun 2017

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Keywords: new labour policies, thatcher policies, thatcherism and blairism The British political system went through various and complex changes over time, starting from the post-war consensus, going through Thatcherism and other parties policies activities and ending with the current government led by David Cameron. This research paper will mainly focus on the policies and the ideologies of both Margret Thatcher and the New Labor party and how ...

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Impact of Globalization on International Security

23 Mar 2015 06 Jun 2017

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Keywords: globalisation international security, globalisation and security In order to better discuss the question at hand we must first discuss briefly what globalization is? Globalization as a term has been widely spread during the last two decades, even though it is not a very precise or agreed term. We can say that globalization is a process where different societies, cultures and economies have integrated more and more ...

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Effects of Vote Buying in the Philippines

23 Mar 2015 06 Jun 2017

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Keywords: vote buying essay, vote buying effects It is common knowledge that once you enter politics you are ready to any eventuality, especially when it comes to funding. Money always play a major role in bringing about the chances of winnning of a candidate. Popularity per se is not enough to assure the vote of the electorate especially in local politics. Although the COMELEC has already set ...

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Role of Media in Politics

23 Mar 2015 05 Jun 2017

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Keywords: media in governance, media role governance, media role politics Media is a means on which people of today rely to be informed of social, economic and political aspects in their country and other countries around the world. It is therefore critical for media, in any form, to be as accurate and edifying as possible in order for the people of a nation to use the information ...

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Globalization And Nation State Essay

23 Mar 2015 05 Jun 2017

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Keywords: globalization impact nation state, nation state globalization Since the beginning of the 1990s, globalization has become a high frequency word in our daily life. Actually, globalization is not a strange word since the sixteen-century and Europe as the original source of globalization. It has some simple international trade at that time. People realize the importance of multinational communication and trade; therefore make globalization become the main ...

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The Nature Of The State Sovereignty

23 Mar 2015 02 Jun 2017

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Keywords: sovereignty essay In order to complete this analysis, it is necessary to examine the history and the evolution of concept - sovereignty. Hence I will firstly define notion of "sovereignty" and its origins. In the latter part I will present how sovereignty has changed over period of time, particularly after the Cold War. In the final part I will provide conclusion summoning if the change of ...

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Capitalism vs Communism Essay

23 Mar 2015 01 Jun 2017

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Keywords: communism vs capitalism essay Communism and capitalism, the totally opposite systems, always fight, although the capitalism is a bit older than the communism.The most important ones of these fights date back to the Cold War.This war was between the countries of Warsaw Pact and the ones of NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organization).Actually, the primary participants' military forces never officially clashed directly, they expressed the conflict through military ...

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Referendums: Arguments For and Against

23 Mar 2015 01 Jun 2017

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Keywords: referendum essay What are the arguments for and against the holding of popular referendums? Under what circumstances, if any, should they be held? The referendum has its origins in direct democracy, and can therefore be dated back to the 5th Century BC in the Greek city state of Athens. The concept of a referendum has changed and developed in line with democracy and can now be ...

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Defining The Concept Of Terrorism

23 Mar 2015 01 Jun 2017

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Keywords: defining terrorism essay, terrorism difficulty definition The phenomenon of terrorism has become a major concern of the international community. It is elevated to the foremost foreign policy problem of the states. The terrorists' power is growing day by day. The new and faster modes of transportation and communication technologies have made it easier for the terrorists to reach their targets and strike them without any difficulty. ...

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PEST(EL) Analysis of Finland and Chine

23 Mar 2015 31 May 2017

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Keywords: pest analysis finland, pestel analysis china, Finland is a parliamentary republic government with a multiparty political system based country lead by the head of state which is the president. Finland president hold a period of 6 years term with maximum two consecutive term elected by the Finnish. Both the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister dominated by the president after the parliamentary elections. They are ...

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Divided And Unified Government

23 Mar 2015 31 May 2017

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Keywords: opposition in congress, us politics voters The presidencies of Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan are clear examples of divided government, in which they both served under terms where they were contended with the opposing party within Congress. In the presidencies of James Carter, in which he served under terms where he had complete control of the Congress, which includes the House of Representatives and the Senate, ...

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The Process Model in Policy Changes

23 Mar 2015 31 May 2017

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Keywords: stagist heuristic framework This paper advances the theoretical framework of the "stagist heuristic" framework or sometimes known as the 'process model' in attempting to explain and analyze the policy activities which led to the enactment of Quebec's Tobacco Act [1] of 1998. The main premise of this paper is to evaluate the usefulness of the process model in understanding the policy making process through a comparative study between ...

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The UK Voting System

23 Mar 2015 30 May 2017

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Keywords: uk electoral system, first past the post system critique, fptp critique, Should the United Kingdom general election voting system be reformed in order to give the electorate more choice and accountability, and increase turnout? We will answer the research problem presented in this dissertation in five distinct chapters. In the first chapter we will consider the nature of the problems in the current electoral systems ...

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History of US Voting Rights

23 Mar 2015 26 May 2017

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Keywords: non voters us, history of voting, voting rights us, us voting rights There are many reasons why people do not vote, and why it is necessary to vote. Many of us take our right to vote for granted. Our state and federal governments, however, have been instrumental in the past in denying different groups of people-including women, African-Americans, young people, people who didn't own land and ...

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Social Democracy: Healthcare in the UK

23 Mar 2015 22 May 2017

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Keywords: labour party healthcare, nhs reforms, social democratic perspective Social democracy is one of the political options within the ideological spectrum in Great Britain that aims to serve the citizenry and meet their social needs. T.H. Marshall (yr) suggested that citizens have legal, political and social rights and the human rights European Convention (1988), explains the need for social policy in Britain. Ants (year) as social ...

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Neorealist Theory of US Politics

23 Mar 2015 22 May 2017

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Keywords: us invasion of iraq, walts neorealist theory, structure dictates policy Realists believe that power is the currency of international politics. Great powers, the main actors in the realist's account, pay careful attention to how much economic and military power they have relative to each other. It is important not only to have an important amount of power, but also to make sure that no other state ...

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Poverty Elimination by NGOs

23 Mar 2015 22 May 2017

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Assessing NGO's performance in poverty reduction is a difficult task. However, it is worth learning from other observations conducted on NGO performance in alleviating poverty NGOs have increased the scale on the type of roles they play. In this contemporary time, NGOs are tremendously working, and helping government, institutions, and the rural poor in the fight against poverty in Sub-Saharan African, which was their traditional role during ...

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United Nations in the Israel-Palestine Conflict

23 Mar 2015 22 May 2017

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What was the role that the United Nations (UN) played in the conflict between Palestine and Israel since the 1940s, up until the beginning of the 21st century? This is a topic that particularly interests me as an IB student because of its origins and its current development. On a personal level, I am interested in the topic because of my childhood and adolescence in the United ...

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The Persuading Effects Of Media

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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The mass media in the Philippines, being the universal source of information, contributes a great influence on our thinking and behavior. This term paper will focus about the impact of media coverage on elections and how it persuades the electorates' behavior. My purpose is to explore the effects of mass media on political power in the Philippines and to show how the media simultaneously disrupt and defends ...

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Theoretical Perspectives On Globalization

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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The last century has seen a growth in the intensity of globalisation. It is argued to be one of the main forces that have shaped politics, economies and societies. The purpose of this assignment is to evaluate one of the main theoretical perspectives on globalization. It will begin by defining the concept globalisation. Following this, the assignment will outline two key perspectives n globalisation phenomenon; the hyperglobalists ...

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Influences Of Feminism On Political Science

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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This essay will evaluate the influences of feminism on political science. Feminists have given us a different outlook on what we define as politics. In simple terms politics is about power. However the ways and spheres with in which this power is exercised and the actors who have authority to use it can be debated. By challenging conventional ideas of what is political, feminists have broadened the ...

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The Role Of The Government

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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The unique position of government officials is that of both respect and trust. A nation will elect men and women from themselves that they respect or value their opinions. Once in office many decisions will be made that will have a profound effect on the citizens of the nation. That is why trust is so important. The people trust that the officials they have elected will hold ...

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Analysing Public Policy

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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What is Public Policy? Public policy happens when the government tries to answer a public issue, such as healthcare, education, environmental issues, crime, transportation, foreign policy, and poverty and welfare. Public policy is whatever governments choose to do or what not to do. Whether it is local, state, or federal government they develop public policy by laws, regulations, decisions, and actions. So, behind every decision that is ...

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Secularism in India | Evaluation

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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The term "secularism" has its origin in Europe. This term was first used during the end of the Thirty years war (Europe) in the year 1648.During that period secularism merely meant transfer of church properties to the king or the state. "Secularism" played a major role in the French revolution and later this term formulated by George Holyoake from England to refer to the various rationalist movements ...

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The Role Of Civil Society In Maintaining Democracy

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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The role of civil society and the media in modern day democratic governance is of utmost importance since they ensure the proper functioning of government while respecting the main pillars of democracy. This contribution is demonstrated best when one compares democratic governance in European countries with the situation in authoritarian regimes. It is very often the case that although there is a struggle towards the implementation and ...

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The Effectiveness Of Election Campaigns

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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If there is one specific topic that has generated the most resounding growing political research in the study of voter behavoiur and election outcome, then it must be "Do campaign matter?" Decades of voting researches have explored this topic either as a co-relation between the effects of campaign on election outcome in new political perspectives or as a critique to the earliest voting behavoiur studies, whatever the ...

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Democracy And Freedom | Azerbaijan

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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To begin this paper, I will define what Democracy is and what Freedom is. In this paper, I will illustrate and evaluate the most challengeable inconveniences that Azerbaijan faces, now more present than ever. Then, I will explain why is Freedom and Democracy are hard to obtain in Azerbaijan and what has been done so far to change the existing authoritarian government. Democracy can be defined as ...

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Main Features Of British Conservatism

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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The ideology of conservatism is seen as one of the most important structural components of modern political ideologies. However, there are great difficulties in determining its substantive content. The term "conservative" comes from the Latin "conserve" - to maintain, protect. However, its ideological and political importance can be hardly identified, which is associated with a number of circumstances. Firstly, in the process of development an inversion of ...

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Realism in contemporary politics

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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"Which international relations theory best describes the world's events?" This is plainly a question highly likely to be exclusively asked by an international relations professor to his/her international relations students during a lecture. The students have to be analyzing this question very critically by taking all the found facts into careful consideration before deciding on anything. Not surprisingly, whilst some students will probably decide to choose interdependent ...

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A history of refugees

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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According to the United Nations, a refugee is a person who flees their home country due to a "well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion." From ancient to recent times, from poor areas to developed countries, refugees could be seen almost everywhere. Nowadays, although the global economy has been developing very fast, the problem ...

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The Third Ways Ideology In Britain

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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In this essay I would be discussing how The Third Way's ideologies have affected the development of Social Policy within Britain. I will be concentrating on their success and failure by comparing it policies with other the political ideology of The New Right and The Old Left. I will be focusing on three of the Third Way policies which are Social, Welfare State and Health Policy The ...

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The Nature Of Corruption In India

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Corruption cannot be defined easily but in a deeper sense it is mostly concerned with bribery and has various forms. Being a global phenomenon, it has progressed and is now strong in the Indian society. In India, it is a result of the mash between bureaucrats, politicians and criminals. India has now become a consideration state where everything can be had for a consideration. The number of ...

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American And Philippine Electoral Systems

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Election is the bedrock of republicanism. It is the heart that pumps blood in order to sustain our democratic life. Election serves as a crevice in the democratic field where voters, for themselves and the public good, plant the seeds of their ideals and freedoms. In a republic undergirded by a social contract, the threshold consent of equal people to form a government that will rule them ...

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Minority vs. Majority Government

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Minority vs. Majority Government Depending on who you are both a majority government and a minority government could either make or break the development of your country. A majority government is formed by one party who receives the majority vote over all other parties in the legislature. This government is able to pass legislation, make sure the House of Commons is able to function and can ...

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Pluralist and ruling elite accounts of power

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Pluralist Power Political Compare and contrast the pluralist and ruling elite accounts of political power This essay will discuss the above question and analyse the relevance of similarities and differences to the modern political system. It will look at empirical evidence from a number of pluralist and elite writers and explain the weaknesses in both arguments. The differentiation of the distribution of political power between the pluralist ...

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12 Angry Men | Appeal To Pity

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Juror eight used Appeal to pity fallacy which was the most powerful fallacy in the film 12 Angry Men. If we want to see which of the fallacies in the film is used most effectively, we have to take a closer look at which juror did the best job. Twelve jurors gathered in a hot court room to decide if an 18-year- old young man, who had ...

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Terrorism And Globalization

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Defining terrorism The terrorist phenomenon has a long and varied history, punctuated by lively debates over the meaning of the term. The term itself has always been a difficult one to define. This is partly because the term has evolved over the years and in part because it is associated with an activity that is designed to be subjective. Generally speaking, the targets of the terrorists are ...

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The Esping Andersens Welfare Regime Typology

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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This assignment will be analysing precisely on the Esping-Andersens welfare regime typology along with its illustration. In order for a better understanding of the illustration, three countries will be used as ideal examples for the different typologies, namely the United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany. In addition to the illustration using the three countries stated, the Esping-Andersen's welfare regime will also be assessed further in depth. CONTENT There ...

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The Powers of the Core Executive

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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My chosen question shall see me discuss how the reform of the British State affected the power of the core executive. I shall be focusing on key themes such as looking into the concept of the core executive and how it's seen to have traditionally operated, including the Westminster model. I shall discuss debates into the relationships and powers within the core executive, focusing directly on Thatcher ...

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The Obstacles Between Israel And Palestine

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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The Israeli Palestinian conflict is the longest running contemporary conflict, still ongoing, to date. The origins of the conflict and its history provide the context necessary to understanding the obstacles to a to a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians. The obstacles to a peace agreement are both numerous and complex. Some of the more major obstacles, recent and still current today include: (1) land issues ...

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Globalization And Global Warming

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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The "Earth Hour" launched by World Wildlife Fund since 2007 has entered its fourth year. This activity led the charge at first in Sydney, later the lineup expanded to countries around the world. However, after turning off the lights for one hour, what kind of awakening did people get? The symbolism of participating in this event is that despite the power of a few countries alone, people ...

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Twelve Angry Men | Film Analysis

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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The jury of twelve angry men, entrusted with the power to send an uneducated, teenaged Puerto Rican, tenement-dwelling boy to the electric chair for killing his father with a switchblade knife, are literally locked into a small, claustrophobic rectangular room on a stifling hot summer day until they come up with a unanimous decision - either guilty or not guilty. The compelling, provocative film examines the twelve ...

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Political System Of Vietnam

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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In every class society, the power of the ruling can be carried out by a system of institutions and certain political organizations. It is the political system. By political system we mean the system of government in a nation (Hill, 2007). The political system in our country is a tool made ​​ownership of the working people under the leadership of the Party. The political system in our ...

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Soft Powers Relationship With Hard Power

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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The decline of U.S. "Hard Power" perturbed the rabid US nationalists. Hence in response to US declining "Hard Power" came the concept of Soft Power. Joseph S. Nye first developed the concept of Soft Power in "Bound to Lead", a book in reply to Paul Kennedy's book " The Rise and Fall of great powers" In this book Paul Kennedy had announced the decline of US Power. ...

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Contributory Factors To Formation Of ECOWAS

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Economic of West African State ECOWAS and SADC Southern African Development are two of the numerous regional integration bodies in Africa. While ECOWAS is one of the bodies that focus on West African economies, SADC focuses on southern African Economies. ECOWAS is a regional body created on 25th May, 1975 during its first conference in Lagos, where it treaty was signed. The idea of having a united ...

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What Is New Public Management?

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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New Public Management, what is it? We have heard the term throughout the first semester and have endeavoured to understand its historical and present relevance as well as its various facets that are supposedly favourable in reforming inefficient public sector enterprises, making them leaner and more efficient. But is New Public Management, all that it is made up to be, is it up-to the tasks it is ...

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Positive Discrimination and Gender Equality

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Positive discrimination is sometimes used to help enforce gender equality in the working place. Basic questions to be answered before analyzing the concept of positive discrimination deal with the necessity of action. What does the gender situation look like in the working place? Is there actually a need for action, for positive discrimination? Looking at employment statistics gives a direction in finding answers to such questions. Only ...

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Accountability In Administration

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Accountability in pubic administration is very important aspect to be taken care in every country. The integrity, transparency and accountability are basic principles of public administration and governments must have a check and balance methods to check their bureaucracy for their integrity and honesty. These principles must be adopted and exercised in the country as well as in public administration. The accountability must be done in administration ...

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Secularism In India | An Analysis

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Secularism in India as Gandhi and Nehru saw it is distinctly different from the Western view of secularism. The "Gandhi-Nehru" secularism places the importance of the state's "neutrality" between India's many faiths. India's independence "eventually came as a result of Congress' success in 1946 elections," [1] and as a result the emergent India embodied an "idea" of a political community that was brought together by modern notions such as ...

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Political And Economic Issues In Kuwait

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Kuwait, officially known as the state of Kuwait, is situated in the western Asia and is an Arab country. Kuwait has parliamentary form of government and the city Kuwait serves both as the economical and political capital. It is considered as the 11th richest country in the world in terms of per capita income and has the 5th largest oil reserves. It is one of the major ...

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The Green Party | Political Analysis

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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The emergence of the green movements was related to a shift to post-materialist values in advanced industrial societies, especially in Europe (Muller-Rommel, 2002). Aiming for better quality of life and self-fulfilment, the green agenda was originally focused on single issues like provision of park tracks, urban renewal, high-way construction, nuclear energy and cruise missiles in the 1980s. During the period of 1980 to 1984 there were Green ...

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Relations Between The US And India

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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India and Pakistan have been in the interest of the United States due to their strategic positions and roles the South Asia. This memo will describe an overview about US relations and policies toward India and Pakistan. It will also provide recommendations that Vietnam must support US policies toward India because of the benefits for our country regarding to economic development, nuclear energy plan and defense and ...

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The Role Of Media In Peace Building

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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History has shown that the media can incite people toward violence. Hitler used the media to create an entire worldview of hatred for Jews, homosexuals, and other minority groups. Rwanda's radio RTLM urged listeners to pick up machetes and take to the streets to kill what they called 'the cockroaches.' Broadcasters in the Balkans polarized local communities to the point where violence became an acceptable tool for ...

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Barack Obama: Leading Change In The US

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Having defeated John Mc Cain, in the 44th US presidential elections on the 4 November 2008, Barack Obama became the first African-American president in the history of the US. According to Forbes, he is seen as the most powerful person in the globe because he leads the largest, most powerful and evolving economy in the world. In his capacity as the American president, he participates in the ...

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The Key Causes Of Multiculturalism

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Multiculturalism is not only an issue in Europe but also in the United States, Canada and Australia. The challenges that these countries went through and continue to go through are no different from that being experienced in Europe. Migration of individuals from all parts of the earth, and with different values and perspective, to find jobs, study or be with their loved ones has caused an increase ...

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Globalization: Developmental Boon Or Bane?

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Years ago, globalization was the curious "buzzword" which was viewed with much optimism by much of the world, including the poor and underdeveloped nations . The merging of the world's economies promised great opportunities for growth and development especially for Third World economies. Today, there are two prevailing sentiments on globalization: either that globalization has resulted to prosperity for the poor nations or that it has resulted ...

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Multilateral Diplomacy: The Preferred Path?

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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When states are confronted with diplomatic challenges or in the conduct of their foreign policy, international actors make use of several types of foreign policy strategy: multilateral, bilateral and unilateral. For the purpose of this essay, this paper will focus only on multilateral and bilateral diplomacy. Multilateral and bilateral diplomacy are sometimes seen as twines from the same destiny, for example the European Union constitutes an emerging ...

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Electoral systems in the UK and US

23 Mar 2015 17 May 2017

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Keywords: additional member system, supplementary vote, single transferable vote The United States of America and Great Britain have a lot of in common but the same times have a number of differences. The electoral systems of the UK and the US differ a lot. The United Kingdom uses different electoral systems and among them we could mention. First Past the Post, which is used for the whole national ...

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The Myth Of The Clash Of Civilizations

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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It is a lecture by Edward said's, held in the University of Massachusetts, it is about clash of civilization and how people think about it. He is mainly responding back to what Samuel Huntington's and Bernard Lewis said about the clash of civilization. Edward had his MA in 1960 and a doctorate from Harvard University in 1964. The most important work of him was the Orientalism, which ...

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Globalization And Global Governance

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Over the past years, global governance and globalization and the relation between the two, has become a much discussed subject. There are various definition of global governance; its role, its nature. Likewise, there are even more definitions regarding globalization. There are several strands of expert which disagree on when the origins are traceable, ranging even thousands of years and, moreover, some differentiate a range of separate fields ...

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Is Globalization A New Phenomenon?

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Globalization is a very complex subject matter that ignites many heated debates among geographers, researchers and the general public alike. Although it may be interlinked with many phrases such as 'global interconnectedness' an attempt to define this in one sentence would be futile, as even with much discussion; the diversity of aspects that this term encompasses is too wide of a spectrum for anyone to come to ...

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Underdevelopment: The Democratic Republic Of Congo

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Most of African countries are underdeveloped, and according to theories of modernization factors such as population, traditional agrarian structure, and illiteracy, low division of labor, poor infrastructure and communication. For development to take place there has to be change in these factors for example the rate of population growth has to change, infrastructure has to be improved and so on. Countries in the world are ranked in ...

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Politics Among Nations: The Struggle for power and peace

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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In 1948 a German called Hans J Morgenthau wrote a book called, Politics Among Nations: The Struggle for power and peace. This was book was to become the bedrock of American foreign policy for much of the cold war years (1945-1991). Morgenthau was also very critical of American foreign policy, especially the war in Vietnam and viewed it as very simplistic, "The statesman must think in terms ...

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Pressure Groups And Stability Of Regime In Pakistan

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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The literature review will focus on the issues and the reasons that affect the stability of regime in Pakistan, mainly focusing on the different forms of pressure groups, the role they have played, whether positive or negative in the past and what is the future of Pakistan if these pressure groups continue to be dominating and influential. Also some of the important eras will be highlighted like ...

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The State And The Nation

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Although the two terms state and nation have different meanings they tend to be used interchangeably and identically bringing confusion to the use of the terms both in intellectual and popular discourse. The terms state means a legal and political entity while the term nation denotes a group of people that share common characteristics such as language, religion and ethnicity… In spite of the difference between the ...

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The Concept Of Global Governance

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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This essay seeks to examine how the concept of global governance as has become a key issue in solving global problems. The essay will start by introducing the concepts of global governance using different readings, lectures, Journals and my personal view regarding the issue. The first section of the essay will illustrate the need of global governance as required for global solution, and the second section will ...

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The effect of money in elections

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Historically, we have had a two party system with minor parties. In todays society Americas two party systems affects the elections and decision of voters as an "American Political Landscape." "Both parties' progresses the ability to mark their political public services to individual voters based on computer models they established from historic patterns and large sample- sized polls that push approaches towards the issues and the candidates, ...

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The Concept Of The Imperial Presidency

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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It was historian Arthur M. Schlesinger who popularised the term 'imperial presidency to describe the evolution of the 'modern day president'. Schlesinger contended that expansion and abuses of the presidential office were so profound by 1972, they had thwarted the traditional checks and balances of the constitutional system. He concluded the imperial presidency emerged due to the aggregation of presidential 'war powers' that were primarily acquired in ...

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The Country Development: Nepal

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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Shangri-La, the Kingdom of the Himalayas, Gateway to Everest. Few places on Earth are as idealized in the West as Nepal. Upon arriving in the ancient capital of Kathmandu, Nepal is very likely to take your breath away. But this would be the smog fumes mixing with the chemical smell of city-urchins snorting glue, and not the view of the mountains. Particularly since the Himalayas have not ...

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Why Did The Soviet Union Collapse?

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More than two decades have passed since the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics disappeared from the world political stage. Starting with 1985, the internal situation of the Soviet Union, as well as its international status, began to experience breathtakingly fast and radical change, which eventually led to its collapse in 1991, event probably commemorated today only by Vladimir Putin, who describes it as 'the greatest geopolitical catastrophe ...

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Environmental Issues Facing The World

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A tremendous power of nature includes floods, disasters, storms, rising sea level, etc. Climate change is changing the image of our planet. Vagaries of weather are not unusual; they are becoming the norm in today's reality. The ice is melting on the planet, and it changes everything. Everyone who closely follows scientific news has no shortage of evidences of global warming. So, we are going to prove ...

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The General Information For Anti Globalization

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Anti-Globalization was defended as "a belief shared by various political groups that people must oppose globalization (=the process of making something such as a business operate in different countries around the world) because of bad effects it has on people, especially in developing countries, and because of the damage it does to the environment" - the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's. Almost the anti-globalization activities ...

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Human Rights And Freedom In Modern Society

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The question of human rights is not a new phenomenon in modern societies. It has always dominated the foundations of modern democracy since 17th century. The discovery of the concept of human rights has contributed to formation of many social and political movements. Many social philosophers have grappled with and discussed the meaning, scope and general application of human rights. Thomas Paine is one of those philosophers, ...

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A Study On The Political Obligation

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The following research paper deals with the concept of political obligation along with various theories of political obligation and a critical analysis of the same. Towards the beginning the paper explains the meaning of the political obligation with examples and towards the end it explains the various theories of political obligation and a critical analysis of each of them. To begin with one must know what the ...

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Security Within International Relations

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Within the international system there is a disagreement on whether security should focus on the individual, national or international basis. In this essay the concept of security from some of the different perspectives within International Relations will be discussed. The hegemonic theory of International Relations is realism, it is also central in the debate about security. Throughout the Cold War the concept of security was dominated by ...

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Analysis Of Guantanamo Bay

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Guantanamo Bay's detention center is a United States' operated detainment facility located on the southern tip of Cuba. It became primarily newsworthy post 9/11 when many Americans felt threatened by the uncertainty of terrorism. Guantanamo Bay has been sharply criticized by human right's activists such as Amnesty International and the debate includes some very major political figures. Although it was brought to the United States Supreme Court ...

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Are Canadian Political Values Becoming Americanized?

23 Mar 2015 15 May 2017

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Canada and the United States may be the most extreme case of the small nation, big neighbor syndrome but when asked to point the main differences between the two countries, more than 70 people from both the sides said that Canada is just like a shadow of America. But what makes them make this confound argument? On what basis have they decided that they are the same? ...

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The Role Of Religion In International Relations

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In this book, it is informed that how vital is religion in international relations. The resurgence of religion seen as the driving force behind the clash of civilizations. According to Pavlos Hatzopoulos and Fabio Petito, religion remains as a threat to international relations' own existence. In other words, politics with reference of religion became a threat to security, order and civility. PART I INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY AND ...

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Role Of Civil Society In Combating Terrorism

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1. The stalemate of terrorism has always been a threat to humans of this world in one form or the other, radiating from number of causes such as insensitive religious emotions, sectarian divergences, disparity of power among leftist and rightist schools of thought, communism vs. capitalism, exploitation of the ignorant and deprived ones and lust for acquisition of resources entailing in invasions etc. However, this problem emerged as ...

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Proses Kebijakan

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REVIEW 2: CHAPTER TIGA BUKU PUBLIC POLICY: Proses Kebijakan Pada bagian yang ketiga ini, buku public policy karangan riant nugroho ingin menceritakan mengenai mekanisme pembuatan kebijakan juga masalah yang terkait dengan mekanisme tersebut. Secara garis besar buku ini menceritakan mengenai alur kebijakan public diproses mulai dari perumusan kebijakan, implementasi sampai evaluasi. Terdapat banyak alur berpikir mengenai proses bekerjanya kebijakan public. Dalam perumusan kebijakan public, penulis ...

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Influence Of Transnational Actors On Foreign Policy

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To make reference to this issue, is necessary know the relevance of different actors in the global field, because the conception of the state as the only actor, now is not valid for the apparition of new actors, which play a important roles. For that reason, it is necessary take in account those actors in the process of decision-making on a country. The focus of the article ...

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Security In International Relations

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Security has posed a major cause of concern to many states in the world in the last few decades. Everyday people are faced with tough choices of survival, even more significant ones collectively as a group, as insecurity has plagued eventually every part of the world today. In the whole world, in diverse ways and for many different reasons mankind is faced with a period of terror, ...

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Principle Of Good Governance In Islam

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Both the Quran and Sunnah have given some study the principles in the areas of constitutional affairs that cannot be omitted from any government system. The Quran does not mention the particulars and details and have been left for the Muslim Ummah to formulate according to time and place. In the application of constitutional principles or guidelines of Islamic political system, general rules or fundamental principles which ...

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Analysis On Indian International Business Scenarios

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The world that we live in today has progressed dramatically in almost all aspects. Considering these changes and trends in the course of time, we can relate from our observation that international business and its activities also have rather gone in for a change. When we reflect back to certain course of progression, especially international business scenario we can see and subsequently observes the many notable changes ...

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Can War Ever Be Eradicated?

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Our world is inherently inconsistent; it is constructed on the eternal conflict, on constant contradictions. Knowingly there black and white, the north and the south, right and left exist. Each conflict eventually expands until the time when the person cannot supervise it any more. Frequently it also leads to revolutions, wars, intestine conflicts. Throughout all world history, the person has lived for only a few years without ...

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Neo-Marxist analysis: Neo-liberal policies

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What is the neo-Marxist assessment of neo-liberal policies and to what extent do you agree with this assessment? Neo-Marxism is a school of economic thought which applies Marxist ideas to the present global economic conditions. It became prevalent during the 1960s and 1970s as neo-Marxist scholars demonstrated how capitalist policies hindered development and increased the inequality between the Global North and South. Henceforth, neo-Marxists produced the dependency ...

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Key Points Of Idealism In 'The Matrix'

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One of the best movie trilogy of the decade is "The Matrix" , made by Larry and Andy Wachowski's 1999 movie. The plot revolves around a young man by the name of Thomas Anderson who lives a double life; by day he is just another ordinary, anonymous citizen in a modern city, but by night, Thomas takes on the character of Neo, a renamed hacker. As a ...

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Nepal's Participation In UN Peacekeeping

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Nepal has been taking part in UN peacekeeping missions since three years after it became a member of the UN, and has contributed numerous peacekeepers in multiple missions. Nepal commemorated 50 years of participation in UN peace support operations in 2008 and was the fourth largest troop contributor to UN peacekeeping missions in 2004 and fifth largest in 2009. [1] Nepal considers its contribution to UN peacekeeping operations as ...

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How Much Did Stalin Deviate From Marxism?

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Joseph Stalin can be, and has been, interpreted in many different ways; a sadistic terrorist who revelled in the misfortune and pain of his subjects, an egotistical dictator whose every action served to promote his own self-interests, the political servant of Vladimir Lenin, and the man who translated Communism into practical terms. Despite this being a political and ideological study, in the case of Stalin it becomes ...

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Comparison Of The Cold War And Post Cold War

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After the end of the Cold War, the United States of America was standing victoriously. Its ideological enemy - the Soviet Union - had dissolved and thus, the bipolar world order had ended. The post-Cold War world was, for Americans, a unipolar belle époque, in which American hyper-power dominated the global scene economically and strategically. [1] Still, this era of American hegemony was complex due to absence of any ...

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International Relations: Western Centric Discipline

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In examining whether IR is a Western centric discipline, this essay will firstly look into the significance of the fact that its central thinkers have resided historically in Western countries. It argues that this has an effect on the issues considered relevant to IR, while it also means that IR theory is grounded in a cultural and intellectual context that aggrandises the West, and "Others" the Third ...

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The Root Causes Of Terrorism

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Few events in history shape the way societies react to future anomalies, one such being, the attack on the Twin Towers in 2001.With this event followed a flurry of discussions on "Terrorism" in media, academia circles, and several other forums. The spill over effect was felt all across the globe in form of pre-emptive coercive military and diplomatic intervention by the super powers in states like Afghanistan, ...

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American Foreign Policy In The Middle East

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In spite of long distance between Middle East and United States, U.S. has influenced and has connections in the every country in the region. Strategic interests have forced the US to build the relations with Middle East including the competition with the Soviet Union U.S. has been provoked by the Soviet Union for its interventions from diplomatic overtures of war and friendship. Americans have interests to access ...

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Resource Mobilisation Theory

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The study of social movements is a very broad and encompassing task; with each new movement come new theories, approaches and events that change the field. Social movements, as defined by sociology, can be characterized as a group of persons, who, by sharing a common ideology, band together to try and achieve certain political, economic or social goals. [1] There are a few standard theories to describe, understand and ...

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The Impeachment Of President Bill Clinton

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In 1992, Bill Clinton became the 42nd president of the United States, defeating George Bush. Bill Clinton was the first President born after World War II and the youngest since John F. Kennedy. He is the second president in United States history to be impeached. His impeachment was the consequence of his indiscretions. The impeachment hearing and all the evidence was publicized and often imitated to make ...

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Causes Of The Genocide In Bosnia

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In 1980, the president Josip Tito of Yugoslavia died. After the loss of their president, Yugoslavia had political and economic chaos. Slobodan Milosevic became the leader of Serbia in 1987. He was a strong Serb nationalist and encouraged his beliefs in Serbia and in other republics with large Serb communities. The Serbs in Bosnia were not happy feeling like they were now part of Milosevic's "Greater Serbia". ...

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Effectiveness of global governance

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Never in the history of the world, has there been such dynamic and complicated level of political, social, economic and cultural fusion. The world as we have it now has evolved from the political era of colonization, which featured states like the United Kingdom and France governing almost all parts of the world, to the subsequent emancipation of states, the popularization of democracy simultaneously with the jet ...

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An Analysis Of Democracy In The UK

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Just how democratic is Britain? I will examine the most important aspects of the British society, from political to cultural. The focus of the essay is to understand whether a democracy actually works in favour over the citizens of the United Kingdom. In order to do this, I will use arguments for and against several elements that contribute to the democracy of a society and produce a ...

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Most Important Issues Facing British Society

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Ever since the 1880, immigrants came to Britain to flee from various reasons such as poverty, religious persecution, and other different social reasons. Britain was the world's largest market for transportation of human lives. Now, Britain offers LGBT rights, Black rights, and other minority rights that most countries lack. Moreover, it also offers health care benefit for anyone living inside Britain. Lastly, it is a safe haven ...

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