Terrorist Scene & Aftermath
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...Aftermath Affiliation The establishing control of a terrorist scene and its surrounding area is very critical especially for ensuring the safety of all emergency responders. The control of terrorist scenes and its surrounding is meant to avoid the possible dangers and traps for first responders. This paper discusses the possible dangers and traps that could face first responders. The possible dangers and traps would even be more pronounced in a more planned terrorist attacks since in this regard, the terrorist would need to react against the first responders. Hospitals in this case have a major contribution to make by making adequate preparations for the injured people after... Terrorist Scene &...
Aftermath: The Remnants of War
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...Aftermath: The Remnants of War [The of the appears here] [The of appears here] About Donovan Webster Donovan Webster learned English at Kenyon College and journalism at Middlebury College. He is an ex-senior editor for Outside magazine, and is a regular provider for such periodicals namely the NYT Magazine, the New Yorker, National Geographic, Smithsonian, and Men’s Journal. His prize-winning book, ‘Aftermath: The Remnants of War,’ was conferred the Lionel Gelber Prize in 1997. He is presently at work on his second book, ‘The Burma Road, a history of World War Two’s China-Burma-India Theater of operations.’ He is a member of the Chicago-based Physicians...
Niger Delta insurgency and its aftermath
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...AFTERMATH Niger Delta Insurgency and Its Aftermath Introduction The essay focuses on Niger Delta insurgency and analyzes the DDR (disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration) program. The Niger Delta has immense natural resources and has a strategic significance to Nigeria’s national survival and global energy security (Sampson 2009, p. 30). However, Niger Delta people suffer from immense poverty, inequitable distribution of revenue, deprivation of resources, violation of human rights, and environmental despoliation by MNOCs that has led to militancy in the region (Sampson 2009, p. 31). The adverse effects resulted in the Niger Delta Insurgency/crisis that involves... NIGER DELTA INSURGENCY AND ITS...
Aftermath of 9/11 in USA
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...Aftermath of 9/11 in USA of Aftermath of 9/11 in USA IntroductionThe September 11, 2001 attacks were a series of suicide attacks on the United States, which were based on the hijacking of four commercial passenger jet liners. The planes were intentionally crashed into the twin towers of World Trade Centre and the pentagon.the fourth plane crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. The two towers of the World Trade Center collapsed within hours after burning due to structural failures.As a result of the attacks, 2974 people died immediately and the number later increased even more. Most of the victims were civilian and included national from more than 80 different countries... Running Head: 9/11 in USA...
The Aftermath of World War One
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...Aftermath of World War One Aftermath of World War One The aftermath of the world war one did not achieve a new era of peace, anti-nationalism, liberal democracy, and prosperity as many imagined it would have. Ironically, it brought about issues of concern that contributed to the Second World War. The repatriations that were imposed after the First World War in addition to the inflationary period in Europe caused German hyperinflation by the year-end 1920 (Lowe, 2013). The European economy was destabilized giving rise to many right wing parties. Political tension heightened in Europe after the world war one since great powers were...
The Black Death and its aftermath
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...Aftermath (Write here) (Write the of your college/school) if not the of your or /country. Black Death and the Aftermath The medieval plague was the most severe social phenomenon in Western history. The plague was an epidemic disease that constantly affected people and killed almost forty percent of Europe's population. The individuals' physical condition had no part in determining if he will be affected by the plague. The strong and the weak were both equally affected. Therefore, the results of the plague prompted various public outbursts which rose to new heights. In fact, the religious response, medical view and social response offered... The Black Death and its...
The Aftermath of World War II
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...aftermath of the war was a bi-polar world in which two Superpowers faced off from opposite sides of the world and of the ideological divide. The Cold War and nuclear arms race that followed the Allied victory constituted an incredibly costly military buildup that ended up diverting economic resources of the major countries of the world that might otherwise have been used for the betterment of humanity through education, economic growth, and cultural enrichment. All of these factors must... Introduction World War II was arguably the most damaging and costly conflict in the history of the world. The loss of human life, destruction of property (including countless architectural and cultural treasures), and...
The world financial crisis and recession aftermath
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...aftermath The world financial crisis and recession have had such an enormous impact in the global financial system. The onset of the financial crisis was precipitated by the eruption of the subprime mortgage crisis. Due the financial crisis, the world economy include the United States went into deep recession that can be comparable into the Great Recession of the 1930s. According to research, in severe financial crises the crucial indicators such as housing prices and unemployment take longer to hit their lowest points. Several economic strategies have been proposed to tackle the financial crisis and resuscitate the global economy. One school of thought... The world financial crisis and recession...
The Aftermath of WWI on the Society
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...Aftermath of WWI on the Society World War I was a remarkable event that left an unforgettable mark in the history of mankind. Erupted initially in Europe, it grew huge to drag many countries into the battlefield. Within the period covering the years from 1914 to 1918, a very short period at that, the event recorded a devastation based on the millions of lives lost, the trillions of finances wasted, and diplomatic relations marred. What was further saddening was that the war's trauma was equally devastating not only in the physical structure of the world but also the society and its players - the people. From the many quantifiable losses of WWI we consider further some of the major impacts... The...
The Cold War and it's Aftermath
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...Aftermath The Cold War or the tension between the Western and the Eastern blocs defined the world order after the WWII. Duringthe WWII, the Western and the Eastern nations were ready to co-operate with each other. But the defeat of Germany and its allies in the WWII did not lead the world to long-lasting peace and co-operation. Instead, political, economical, and ideological differences among the world nations eventually led to the formation of two distinct blocs, the Western and the Eastern. Eventually, the whole world became under the threat of an imminent war between these blocs. But both the Western and Eastern blocs did not try to indulge in a direct fight. Instead, global... ?The Cold War and it's...
Aftermath of the 2007 financial crisis in UK
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...aftermath of the 2007 financial crisis well? The effect of external forces on business organization[Name] [Course] [Professor’s name] [Date] Government bodies all over the world have been hit hard by the 2007 global financial crisis. The UK economy has not been any exception as the condition has become extremely volatile. The economic crisis has proved the enormous monetary loss that is associated with the collapse of the global financial stability, and has enhanced its importance as the stepping stone towards economic growth. The UK government has embarked on a number of missions to sustain the financial sector and the overall economy. This paper... ? Is the UK coalition government dealing with the...
The aftermath of the global financial crisis 2007-2008
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...Aftermath of 2008 financial crisis In a nutshell, the financial crisis has been the reflection of the imbalance between the growth of real markets and financial sectors. Some major US banks made easy availability of housing loans to its customers, which in turn had led to unprecedented debt-levels, as accounted to be three times the GDP in the US and Europe. Many of the banks’ customers defaulted in repayments of these loans and this bubble burst added liquidity and caused bankruptcy and closing down of these banks. The total economic impacts of this crisis has been accounted as one third of the total values of all companies worldwide. More significantly and obviously,...
World recession and aftermath of the financial crash + questions
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...aftermath The world financial crisis and recession have had such an enormousimpact in the global financial system. The onset of the financial crisis was precipitated by the eruption of the subprime mortgage crisis. Due the financial crisis, the world economy include the United States went into deep recession that can be comparable into the Great Recession of the 1930s. According to research, in severe financial crises the crucial indicators such as housing prices and unemployment take longer to hit their lowest points. Several economic strategies have been proposed to tackle the financial crisis and resuscitate the global economy. One school of thought... The world financial crisis and recession...
The Era of Reconstruction in American History and its Aftermath.
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...Aftermath Part In the post civil conflict period, the constitution went through three modifications. The amendments have been some of the most crucial augmentations to the constitution to the inventive Bill of Rights. The improvements were the 13th, 14th and 15th amendment. Their implementation took place in progression. Slavery was squashed from occurring wherever in the United States by the 13th amendment at the civil war onset. The state had unbridled liberty to exercise power without limits thanks to the original constitution. It is this unlimited discretion of power use that was streamlined by the 13th amendment. The 13th amendment thus... The Era of Reconstruction In American History and Its...
Health Management - Managing the aftermath of an adverse safety incident
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...aftermath of an adverse safety incident Safety in health sectors is a vital aspect that should be given priority. In many cases, safety is steadfast in ensuring a patientmaintains a better health.Therefore, there is a need to look at the safety standards in the institution to ensure the patients are given the best services. Apparently, some patients succumb to their injuries due to the limited safetystandards in the health institutions. Healthinstitutions that do not give priority to the safety standards are likely to reflect dismal results. The patients are the most affected people since they are directly in need of the services... , the victims survive due to the professional assistance...
The Era of Reconstruction in American History and its Aftermath.
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...aftermath of a civil war.The highest expression of this resentment was displayed in the rise of terrorist organizations such as the Ku Klux Klan that majorly targeted the African in Southern America (Franklin 183). After... Reconstruction and post reconstruction America Part I Reconstruction of America is markedly one of the most dynamic eras in American history. The period began during the civil war and ended in 1877. American reconstruction realized drastic moves to exercise interracial democracy. It remains pertinent in the American history since it marked an episode in which the American government expressed the need to protect the universal rights of its citizens. The achievement of citizenship...
India's Contribution towards the British War Effort in World War I and the Aftermath
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...Aftermath Most of the soldiers in the British Indian Army were from the lower castes. The soldiers were divided into two groups after the war and this division started to take place during the war. The first group... ?Role of Lower Caste Indians of British Indian Army in British War Effort of World War I Introduction The most important frontier for the British Army in the World War I was the Western Front against the German army but since the British Empire was included almost half of the world, many other frontiers were opened in various regions of the world which included the British colonies in the Middle East and India. Since the Ottoman Empire sided with the German forces, the Ottoman army started...
Review of In The Aftermath of Genocide - Armenians and Jews in Twentieth-Century France
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...Aftermath of Genocide: Armenians and Jews in Twentieth-Century France In Maud Mandel's In The Aftermath of Genocide: Armeniansand Jews in Twentieth Century France book, she provides a clear insight into two different religious groups and their tragedies. Both Armenians and Jews suffered greatly during the first half of the twentieth century. There are some similarities and many differences among the two and Ms. Mandel has shed some light on the comparisons and contrasts of each minority group in France. It is important to look at the history of Armenian and Jews religious, origin, language, and economic biographies. Armenians are one of the oldest... Review of In The...
Discuss the impact of social classes with hurricane katrina and its aftermath.
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...aftermath in Indonesia. The reports covered by the media showed from no angle that this city belonged to one of the richest countries in the world. (UN-HABITAT) References: Logan, John R. "The Impact of Katrina: Race and Class in Storm-Damaged... Effects of Hurricane Katrina on the people in New Orleans New Orleans is susceptible to hurricanes and storms. It lies above the Gulf of Mexico where huge storms build up. The Mississippi river runs through the settlement and the Lake Pontchartrain is situated to its North. Most of all, the city is below sea level. All these factors make it very vulnerable to hurricanes. Hurricane Katrina that struck in 2005 had calamitous and long term effects on New Orleans. ...
World War One and its Aftermath, Extract from the Treaty of Versailles (1919).
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...AFTERMATH, EXTRACT FROM THE TREATY OF VERSAILLES (1919) Lecturer: Owing to the confined scopeof the topic rather than the widened spectrum of world war one, there are valuable and insightful materials that do provide clear and precise details about the armistice truce of 1919.Martin Kitchen’s1 The Ending of World War One, and the Legacy of peace, succinctly notes the outcome of the Versailles Treaty and truly befits to suffice this argument. Kitchen, a professor of history at Simon Fraser University, articulates his views that appear to be in harmony with the ever growing scholarly inquiries in the above topic. He notes, as does other writers in this field, that the chief... WORLD WAR ONE AND ITS...
Anthropology has been fundamentally reshaped by the aftermath 9/11. Discuss.
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...aftermath 9/11 Introduction The occurrence of the 9/11 suicide bomb attacks in the United States brought major changes and has so far impacted on the nature of human relations. Different fields and disciplines of study have so far been reshaped in order to incorporate such kind of extraordinary situations (Battersby, 2003, pp.61). Whether anthropology has been reshaped by the 9/11 attacks remains a great subject of debates. Different scholars, researchers and anthropological organizations have come out openly to give their views on whether or not Anthropology has been seriously reshaped by the 9/11 terror attacks. From different scholarly articles... Anthropology has been fundamentally reshaped by the...
Street Protests As The Aftermath Of 2009 Presidential Election And Human Rights Violation
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...aftermath of 2009 presidential election and Human rights violation Violation of human rights in Iran led to serious concerns before the regime began holding back the 2011-2012 protests against the rigged victory of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in the presidential elections. In Iran, human rights and democracy activists have been tortured, imprisoned, and murdered for a long time now. Torture involved rape, mutilation, and stoning of the activists. Execution of political prisoners spread widely in the country, capital punishment, and oppression of juveniles was a usual act in the news (Brohmer 67). The government was accused of stopping the publication of opposition newspapers, books... Street protests as the...
Developing Strategies For Preventing Workplace Violence/Managing The Aftermath Of Workplace Violence
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...aftermath of workplace violence Developing strategies for preventing workplace violence/managing the aftermath of workplace violence Introduction Workplace violence is one of the most common issues in the workplace. It comes in different forms – from the overtly violent to the covert non-verbal actions of workers against their colleagues. Workplace violence is considered “as violence or the threat of violence against workers” (OSHA, 2002, p. 1). It can be seen within or outside the workplace and can manifest as threats, verbal abuse, and physical attacks in the workplace between and among co-workers... ?Running head: Workplace violence Developing strategies for preventing workplace violence/managing the...
Developing strategies for preventing workplace violence/managing the aftermath of workplace violence
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...aftermath of workplace violence Developing strategies for preventing workplace violence/managing the aftermath of workplace violence Introduction Workplace violence is one of the most common issues in the workplace. It comes in different forms – from the overtly violent to the covert non-verbal actions of workers against their colleagues. Workplace violence is considered “as violence or the threat of violence against workers” (OSHA, 2002, p. 1). It can be seen within or outside the workplace and can manifest as threats, verbal abuse, and physical attacks in the workplace between and among co... Running head: Workplace violence Developing strategies for preventing workplace violence/managing the...
How the global financial governance should be reformed in the aftermath of the global financial crisis in 2008-09 ?
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...aftermath of 2008-2009 was the Dodd Frank Act (more specifically, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act), that effectively repealed Graham-Leach-Biley and imposing restrictions that seek to regulate those liberties granted under the latter. Despite such measures, however, recovery remained flat (Khademian, 2011, p. 841). While the liberalization of banking activities appears to be the principal cause, this was amplified by other developments that undermined what were supposed to be the safeguards against abuse... The Global Financial Crisis of 2008 Introduction This discussion shall examine the global financial crisis of 2007-2009 which plunged the globaleconomy into a period of...
Neuroscience (Book name)Head Cases: Stories of Brain Injury and Its Aftermath by Michael Paul Mason (Paperback - April 28, 2009)
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...Aftermath by Michael Paul Mason (Paperback - April 28, 2009) Introduction There are many good books on the field of neuroscience, but one of them that I find rather fascinating is Head Cases: Stories of Brain Injury and Its Aftermath written by Michael Paul Mason. The author of the book is a brain-injury case manager at the Brookhaven Neurologic Rehabilitation Institute in Oklahoma (Mason 11). There are actually reasons behind my choice of the book as these reasons shall be established in this paper. There were some terminologies presented in the book that their meanings had to be checked for, in order to fully comprehend the book... Neuroscience (Book Head Cases: Stories of Brain Injury and Its...
The aftermath of earthquakes in Haiti, like the hurricane in New Orleans a few years ago, reveals both humanitarian aid and looting and violence
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...Aftermath.... Topic: The aftermath of earthquakes in Haiti, like the hurricane in New Orleans a few years ago, reveals both humanitarian aid and looting and violence. Order#: 419896 Topic: The aftermath of earthquakes in Haiti, like the hurricane in New Orleans a few years ago, reveals both humanitarian aid and looting and violence. The aftermath of earthquakes in Haiti has much to do with the prevailing conditions there, before the earthquake. The effectiveness of the relief operations depends upon not only with the organizations involved in relief... Running Head: The...
The Spanish Conquest and its aftermath/legacy
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...Spanish Conquest The Spanish Conquest Introduction The Spanish conquest resulted from the Columbus setting forth commanding three small ships. After a long, drawn-out journey, Columbus landed on the coast of a Caribbean Island commencing the Spanish Conquest of America (Lane, 1996). He was thus given the title of Admiral Ocean Sea. Further, the voyage helped Columbus acquire royal patronage and, therefore, led three other expeditions to the Caribbean (Taylor & Pease, 1994). The Azteca alongside the Inca empires in Mexico was conquered by Spain in the 16th century. The Empire of Inca was conquered by Pizarro Francisco. The men of Pizarro kidnapped Emperor Atahualpa in exchange for a ransom... Conquest...
The aftermath of the global financial crisis 2007-2009
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...?Explain the reasons that triggered the global financial crisis, elaborating in detail on the flaws in the management of risks by banks. Answer Many causes created the global financial crisis. In the United States of America, Sub-prime mortgage loans and the real estate bubble became the root causes (Lannuzzi & Berardi, 2010). Additionally, soon after the attacks of 9/11, the Fed reduced the interest rates to the level of 1 percent with an aim of supporting the labour market. In the late 1990s and the early 2000s, many developing countries put a large amount of savings into the US banks and other financial institutions (Shomali & Giblin, 2010). Consequently, liquidity became common... the reasons that...
In the aftermath of 9/11, many people thought escapist fills full of gratuitious violence would no longer produced. Howerver, escapist films are more popular, and successful, than ever. Why? Explain youranswer clearly and do Not USE i
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...aftermath of 9/11 incident. This phenomenal increase in the production of such films that are fraught with unreasonable violence, vehemence, and brutal bloodshed has increased not in America alone but this astounding trend is seen and recognized, globally. Aggravated violence and captivating action play bound together and portrayed in escapist movies have gained immense popularity after 9/11 incident, while some people had opinioned... [Meri Weiss] [English 1101] 12 May Increased escapist films production after 9/11 incident: This paper is primarily based on alargely significant and spoken topic concerning the film industry, which relates to the marked increase in the escapist films production in the...
Case Study-The Russian Ruble Crisis and Its Aftermath
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...Introduction One of the keys for achieving economic success within a micro-economic system is to have stability. It is important for a country to have a stable economic currency in order to achieve economic growth. During the 1990’s a country that attempted to become a part of the global economy, but faces many hurdles due to its inability to stability its domestic currency, the ruble, was Russia. The four questions answered in this paper provide insight into the economic situation of Russia in the 1990’s and its subsequent recovery in the 21st century. 1. In Russia following the 1992 determination of the Russian government to remove price controls the Russian economy entered... One of the keys for...
Aftermath of WWI and the Treaty of Versailles
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... S. X Test Essay 7 April 2006 The Versailles treaty was written with the goal of achieving peace. At that time it was not a far fetched dream. The leaders who crafted the agreement was assured that it was the best thing for everybody. With the League of nations backing up all the treaties of peace being created by the victors, everybody was assured that the recent global conflict will never happen again. But as always the conquerors can spare little compassion for the vanquished specially if the enemy was as powerful and as dominant as Germany. The freshly written peace treaty was abhorred by the Germans. They were not at all very happy with what they got. Germany was forced... S. X Test Essay...
Aftermath of WWI and the Treaty of Versailles
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... S. X Test Essay 7 April 2006 The Versailles treaty was written with the goal of achieving peace. At that time it was not a far fetched dream. The leaders who crafted the agreement was assured that it was the best thing for everybody. With the League of nations backing up all the treaties of peace being created by the victors, everybody was assured that the recent global conflict will never happen again. But as always the conquerors can spare little compassion for the vanquished specially if the enemy was as powerful and as dominant as Germany. The freshly written peace treaty was abhorred by the Germans. They were not at all very happy with what they got. Germany was forced... S. X Test Essay...
The Influence of the Nazi Party. East vs.West Germany. Aftermath of the Collapse of Communism
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...? History and Political Science Nazi party which had a greater influence in every part of Germany and the country was completelyunder the control of the Adolf Hitler. Hitler not only gained more popularity, but his idea of dictatorship surprised many. The influence of Nazi party was felt throughout the country and the people had no other option, but to support the system. Hitler’s authoritative nature and commanding abilities helped him to tackle the problems that resulted due to his dictatorship. The late 1900’s witnessed a series of events which brought about a complete change to the country as well as the governmental policies. (Wollenberg, 1996). Due to this, the German societies felt... History and ...
The role of government and politics in the aftermath of Hurrican Katrina
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...In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, we have all become keenly aware that large scale national disasters require an immediate and massive mobilization of adequate rescue and relief efforts, 2) that we are ill-prepared for the urgent response required in such situations, and 3) that it can be very difficult to make a clear-headed diagnosis of such a problem in a climate of raw public outrage versus political double talk and posturing. It is equally obvious that good answers that provide a better response to our next national disaster are a matter of the utmost necessity. What is less obvious is where the breakdown occurred after Katrina and who is to blame for it. The American public doesn't... the wake...
American government policies in overcoming the aftermath of the Financial Crisis of 2008
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...aftermaths of these financial crises... ?Business Economic analysis 26th April Introduction Since the Great Depression that occurred in1930, 2007-2009 financial crisis is the second negative economic implication that affected majority of the countries in the world. The crisis did not only affect the microeconomic performance but also it affected the macroeconomic aspects such as the employment, government spending, domestic and international borrowing. In addition, the financial crisis resulted to the poor performance of the stock market in many countries, collapse of the local and international financial institutions as well as bailout of the banks by the governments. In terms of the consumer wealth,...
To what extent is leadership important and significant in the aftermath of the recent earthquake in Christchurch or Japan?
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...aftermaths of the two natural disasters. 2. Leadership Theories a. Visionary Leadership and Strategic Management... THE IMPORTANCE OF LEADERSHIP IN RECOVERY EFFORTS AFTER EARTHQUAKES AND OTHER CALAMITIES INTRODUCTION This early an earthquake of the 9.0 magnitude struck Japan, triggering a tsunami that swept the coastal communities and cities, thereby destroying crops, properties and killing thousands. The 2010 Christchurch earthquake also tested the strength of a people. Both incidents proved how disasters can unify people through leaderships and teams dedicated to rise beyond expectations. The way an organization or an activity is led affects the success of the organization or endeavour. Leaders need th...
To what Extent is Leadership Important and Significant in the Aftermath of the Recent Earthquake in Christchurch or Japan?
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...aftermaths of the two natural disasters. 2. Leadership Theories a. Visionary Leadership and Strategic Management... ? THE IMPORTANCE OF LEADERSHIP IN RECOVERY EFFORTS AFTER EARTHQUAKES AND OTHER CALAMITIES INTRODUCTION This early an earthquake of the 9.0 magnitude struck Japan, triggering a tsunami that swept the coastal communities and cities, thereby destroying crops, properties and killing thousands. The 2010 Christchurch earthquake also tested the strength of a people. Both incidents proved how disasters can unify people through leaderships and teams dedicated to rise beyond expectations. The way an organization or an activity is led affects the success of the organization or endeavour. Leaders need...
: How did the cold war tensions between the United States and Soviet Union grow in the aftermath of the Second World War and how did it affect global relations with the third world developing nations?
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... A Critical Analysis of Cold War and its Effects of the Cold War on the Global Relations of the Third World Nations The question, “Who or what started the Cold War?” have haunted the scholars for decades. Obviously, it has divided them into two schools. In answer to this question, one group of scholars argue that the Soviets’ expansionist communist idealism panicked the US-led Western Allies of the Second World War and forced them to take more rigid steps to impede this expansionist enthusiasm of the Soviet Leaders.1 But the other group claim that the Western Allies had failed to perceive the Soviets’ paranoid over their security concerns in East Europe and rigidly to respond... A Critical Analysis of...
Why was World War I and its aftermath considered to be the major turning point in Middle Eastern affairs and the main determinant of the political situation there today?
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...World War I and the Middle Eastern Affairs al Affiliation World War I and the Middle Eastern Affairs The world war reshaped the Middle East. The transformation was political and changed the manner in which the region interacted and carried out their political agenda. The World War I was a battle of supremacy power among the European powerhouses. There was need for more territory to reshape the world and announce political supremacy. The French and the British allies fought against German and its allies in an effort to overturn the political landscape among the European nations. The impact was felt beyond Europe as many continents were under European rule. The defeat of the German meant... War I and the ...
Topic Paragraph The memories, letters, and documents from the civil war as well as the ones from the aftermath were corresponding to the time and region. It effected people differently and had it's variation of opinions, thoughts, and ideas. Some people f
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...American Civil War: Thoughts and Opinions of the Shenandoah Valley Inhabitants Several factors motivated the American civil war. For one, economic differences between the Northern and Southern regions inevitably led to bitter differences between individuals and groups from these areas. Secondly, there was a spread in the anti-slavery movement. This was unfavorable to many states in the South. In addition to this, Abraham Lincoln became president of the United States around the same time. This put pressure on the states that were for slavery due to his strong stance against the practice. In summary, all the causes of the war seem to have originated from slavery. The strain felt given... Civil War:...
Reflection Paper on the written prompt below. My idea for the paper would be to discuss the 3 strikes law and how it briefly became a law? And the aftermath of how it has caused over crowing in prisons and strained the prison/correctional system.
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...The Three Strikes Law and Politics The Three Strikes Law and Politics Introduction According to Domanick (2004), three strikes laws are edicts that United State’s governments enacted requiring courts to enforce life sentence to detainees with two or more previous convictions with serious crimes. A statewide vote passed law in 1993 after kidnapping and murder of a 12 year old boy, Polly Klass. The aim was to keep violent and habitual crime perpetrators in prison for the longest time. This paper looks keenly into the political side of three strikes laws. Issue Initially, three strikes laws aimed at preventing consistent vicious criminals from roaming the streets... Three...
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...Aftermath by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow The value of poetry is expressed through its ability to deliver certain mood, feelings and expressions in a short form. Unlike prose, where long passages serve as a jigsaw pieces for the whole picture, poetry empowers every word to mean more than it is written in the dictionary. Aftermath written by Henry Wordsworth Longfellow is a short poem which consists of only 14 lines but it manages to impress the reader with its vivid imagery. This essay will focus on the analysis of Aftermath with the purpose to find out what impact key words have on poetry interpretation. In order to understand the poem properly, one needs to pay attention to its key words... ...
Anthropology ideas
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...aftermath of 9/11 Number The disappeared: Power over the dead in the aftermath of 9/11 is a journal article that depicts the account of how the remains of the victims of the disastrous terror attack on the World Trade Center on 11th September 2001 have been mistreated as well as misused. Furthermore, the article reveals the way in which the human remains were dumped in the Fresh Kills landfill and details how officials arranged to have the unidentified victim remains to be housed in a museum complex (Colwell-Chanthaphoh & Greenwald, 2011). I believe the article depicts how a large schism was formed between the shared heritage that was formed out... . Colonialism, in my opinion, was a system...
The War and the Worker
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...aftermath as explained in "Modern Europe" prove Luxemburg's claims of 1916. Luxemburg has been the most eloquent voice of the left wing of German Social Democracy, the defender of Marxist purity against all comers, and a constant advocate of radical action. Her pamphlet, "The War and the Worker", became the guiding statement for the International Group, which became the Spartacus League and ultimately the Communist Party of Germany. In the aftermath of the war, the entire world, particularly Europe... The War and the Worker In her "The War and the Worker", Rosa Luxemburg comes up with convincing s of the social structures of her society following the World War I and the course of the war and its...
Arab Spring
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...aftermath: Revolutions give way to violence, more unrest. 28 March 2015. 20 April 2015 . Dabashi, Hamid. The Arab Spring: The End of Postcolonialism. New York: Zed Books, 2012. David Lesch, Mark Haas. The Arab Spring: Change and Resistance in the Middle East. New York: Westview Press, 2012. Totten, Michael J. "Year Four: The Arab Spring Proved Everyone Wrong." World Affairs (2014): 1-10.... Arab Spring Introduction The ‘Arab spring’ begun in December in Tunisia, and got characterized by demonstrations and protests across countries in North Africa and the Middle East (Totten 2). These demonstrations and protests were pro-democracy movements which rose up against corrupt leaders and dictatorial regimes in the aforementioned regions. The term ‘Arab spring’...
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...aftermath of the American Revolution. There have been four (4) major political issues that have been evident as a result of the American Revolution. These include: (a) the emergence for the importance of freedom and amendments in the US Constitution; (b) improved participation of the people and their clamor for changes; (c) increased responsibility and vigilance of the American people; (d) shaping up of the ideas of governance and politics. Also, the types of political cultures have gradually changes from a bipolar (huge... government-huge enterprise) to a tri-polar framework (leaders - private communities- citizens). B. Economic Impacts In spite the worse financial situations of the US in...
The Cuban Missile Crisis
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...Aftermath of Crisis 5 Conclusion 6 References 7 Introduction Cuban missile crisis was recognized as one of significant events that the world has ever observed which could have resulted in the start of nuclear war. It was one of the key conflicts of cold war between the United States and Cuba and was commonly regarded as the moment where the conflicts between these two nations almost turned into a nuclear battle. It was a provocative political movement where US armed forces tried to takeover Cuban command where Soviet leaders in Cuba were prepared to employ... The Cuban Missile Crisis Table of Contents Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 Build-Up of Cuban Missile Crisis 3 The Crisis 4 The End of Crisis 5...
History of the united states of america
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...aftermath of the attack was near but not complete devastation of the American forces. In all 188 United States aircraft were destroyed and 2,402 men were killed and nearly that many wounded. In addition, tremendous structural damages were recorded, as well as loss... ?Topic 4 The attack on Pearl Harbor was one of the seminal historical occurrences in American history. In addition to signaling the beginning of American military involvement in World War II, it represented the only time during the 20th century that the United States suffered an attack on its own grounds. While a great amount of research has been written on the various political events surrounding the attack, there are a few notable features ...
Unit 8 Discussion Family & Domestic Violence
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...Aftermath of Crawford and Davis: Deconstructing the Sound of Silence” You should have read the article: “The Aftermath of Crawford and Davis: Deconstructing the Sound of Silence.” How do you feel about mandatory arrest policies and no-drop prosecution policies? Do they help victims of domestic violence? Support your opinion with examples. Response: Mandatory arrests refers to any local laws and policies which dictates the police officers to make an arrest in response to domestic violence, taking into a general assumption that violence has occurred. The law does not put into consideration the initial wishes of the victim... Please leave questions on word document with answers below Article: “The...
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