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Louisiana Purchase: the Most Important Acquisition of the US History
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...Treaties and Executive Agreements in the United States. The Hague: M. Nijhoff, 1960. The author emphasizes here the setback of the nature of administrative contracts and treaties in U.S. constitutional process, and the legitimacy of the use of the administrative contract in the governance of global affairs. However, in spite of the extent of the available literature or material on the issue, it would seem that most of it has brought about a great deal of uncertainty. The author has carried out a review, analysis, and synthesis of these sources. He has constructed a comprehensive assessment of the basic values involved in the Louisiana Purchase... The Louisiana Purchase: The Most Important Acquisition of ...
Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana Purchase is a landmark achievement both in politics and economics of the United s in the 1800s. The Mississippi River played a vital role in commerce at that time where the port of New Orleans was the connecting point of trade for ocean-sailing vessels. The country knew it was necessary to have access to these routes to be able to ship cargo and stimulate trade. The route was originally controlled by the Spaniards and the United States entered into the Pinckney Treaty with Spain effective for three years and signed in 1795. This gave the right of navigation and the merchants’ right of deposit in New Orleans. With the power of France and Napoleon Bonaparte continually rising, Spain... The...
Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana Purchase Louisiana was a territory in central United s that remained under the control of Europeans powers even after the United s gained its independent from the British. The territory was initially under the Spanish control before it came under the French control. The purchase of Louisiana was vital to the United States economic integration since it separated the western states from the eastern states. By the year 1803, France claimed 828, 000 square miles that formed the controversial Louisiana. To obtain the territory from the French, the US had to pay nearly 60 million...
Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana Purchase Louisiana Purchase The Louisiana Purchase is one of the most memorable historical events inthe world. It involved the United States taking over Louisiana which was initially owned by France. In the beginning even before France had acquired the piece of land, it belonged to Spain. However, due to high inhibition by the French, it changed ownership and became part of the French territory and later again given back to Spain. Various recognizable events led to the Louisiana Purchase. One of the events was the disapproval of...
The Louisiana Purchase
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...purchase of the Louisiana property. Prior to Spain’s blocking the American boats from plying the Mississippi river, the Pinckney’s Treaty was approved during 1795. The treaty allowed the American ships to travel to New Orleans port to deliver their imported goods to the American community under the right of deposit program (Burgan 2002). Thomas Fleming (2003) insists when the Mississippi river was elevated to be the main trading route for goods imported into the original American territories and goods going outside the same American territories, the American political leaders decided to buy New Orleans location. The location is an important boat docking or pier... ? The Louisiana Purchase Inserts His/Her ...
Louisiana Purchase Research Paper
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...Louisiana Purchase Louisiana was a territory in central United s that remained under the control of Europeans powers even after the United s gained its independent from the British. The territory was initially under the Spanish control before it came under the French control. The purchase of Louisiana was vital to the United States economic integration since it separated the western states from the eastern states. By the year 1803, France claimed 828, 000 square miles that formed the controversial Louisiana. To obtain the territory from the French, the US had to pay nearly 60 million...
Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase
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...Louisiana territory, which extended to a massive 600 million, which effectively divided some parts of the United States, with the western region completely secluded from access to the east over the land, and thus making the regions on the west of Appalachian Mountains unable to move their goods to the markets through the use of land, since it would be very expensive and practically impossible (The Louisiana Purchase transcriptions treaty, n.p.). Therefore, the region wholesomely depended on the Mississippi River to transport their products to the, markets, and thus the action by the French to block the USA access to the Orleans Port in the Mississippi... Thomas Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase...
Critical Analysis of Lisbon Treaty
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...ANALYSIS OF LISBON TREATY by of the of the of the School 6 January, A Reviewof the Lisbon Treaty In the past, the European Union had made several agreements and treaties, which brought about improvement when they were all consolidated into a single one document. This earlier attempt of consolidation in the constitutional treaty, while enacting institutional reform failure led to the development of the Lisbon treaty. Many countries were already in the union, but were not satisfied with certain EU policies. The perception was that certain EU policies could undermine their economies and sensitive social issues, which could influence nations’ identities and free will decisions. The Lisbon... ? CRITICAL...
SMART analysis: choice of mobile network to purchase iPhone 5
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...Analysis: Choice of Mobile Network to Purchase iPhone 5 Total Number of Words: 2,005 Table of Contents Introduction ............................................................................................................... 3 2. Brief Outline of the Problem ..................................................................................... 3 3. Basic Information about the Simple Multi-Attribute Rating Technique (SMART) . 4 4. Tree of Cost and Benefits and Sensitivity Analysis .................................................. 6 5. Strengths and Limitations of SMART ...................................................................... 8 6. Conclusion... mobile network that can works...
Adoption in Louisiana
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...Louisiana Adoption is a system where a certified person takes over the parenting role of another person, thus permanently transferring and assuming all the responsibilities and rights from the biological parents. Adoption is different from guardianship and foster care of the minors as it is designed to cause a permanent change. It therefore requires societal recognition, either religious or legal. In other words, adoption is taking a person into one’s family and raising them as one’s own child, through legal means. The adoption system allows the adopted children to have a lifetime emotional and legal connection with a family. Different states have different adoption regulations in the US... Adoption in...
Field_Trip_to_L_auberge_Casino_Resort Lake Charles, Louisiana
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...Louisiana on 3rd December 2012. The purpose of the trip was to explore the place and have a comprehensive insight into its systems, the way they are managed, its services, specialties, and offers. Since we are having a course of casino and gambling management, no place could be better than the Lauberge Casino Resort for the trip. When we reached there, the Vice President of the resort, Mr. Kirk Houser led us to a VIP room and the conventional hall. Mr. Kirk told us that the resort has several conventions and events. Mr. Kirk also showed us the hotel’s villia sweet room and explained us how the rooms are managed... 07 December Field Trip Report We visited the Lauberge Casino Resort, Lake Charles,...
Earl of Louisiana
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...Louisiana Earl Long, also known as Uncle Earl, was elected as thegovernor of Louisiana thrice. With effective and persuasive stump-speaking skills, he was one of the most lively and paradoxical office-bearers of Louisiana. His election as a governor three times is illustrative of his political acumen. In the book Earl of Louisiana, written by A.J. Liebling, Earl long is portrayed as a liberal racial and a strong advocate of racial integration. From the 1930s to the 1950s, there was a significant rise in the struggle for equal rights for African Americans, propelled by Earl’s activism. In the fight for justice and the Civil Rights... Jeffrey Madderra History 3071 Long May 6, A.J. Liebling, The Earl of...
The Adams-Onis Treaty
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...treaty renounced the prior claims by the United States regarding Texas. Additionally, the treaty settled the boundary3. The Louisiana Purchase covered the source of the Sabine River, the west and south banks, and the direct link to the north of the Red River4. The Adams-Onion treaty was terminated in 1903 following the introduction of a new treaty in 1902. Some of the key elements in the Adams–Onis Treaty included the idea of the United States acquiring Florida, as well as the idea of establishing a boundary between the territory of the United States and Spain. Notably... ?The Adams-Onis Treaty The Adams -Onis Treaty is an agreement whose comes from the two key figures; John Quincy Adams and Louis de...
Kennedy v. Louisiana
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...Analysis of the legal argument/arguments in the case The major arguments of the state against the culprit seeking death penalty of the culprit can be summarized as follows; “When the victim is under the age of twelve Kennedy v. Louisiana 4 years, lack of knowledge of the victims age... Kennedy v. Louisiana Running Head: Kennedy v. Louisiana Kennedy v. Louisiana . Kennedy v. Louisiana 2 The Kennedy-Louisiana case, in whichthe accused Kennedy sentenced to death by the supreme court of America, has attracted much public interest because of the death sentence and the denial of crime by the accused. This paper briefly analyses the details of the case, issues involved, legal arguments and the law related to...
Louisiana Historical Sites
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...Louisiana Purchase – the land in contention was proclaimed a Neutral Strip with no interference or presence of the armed forces of either country. However, Texas was won over by the United States, the fort was rendered unnecessary. Even though only a kitchen remains of the original structure... Ten historic sites to visit in Louisiana and why you should visit them. The sites are listed below. Give a paragraph or two telling about the historical significance of visiting these sites.  1. Audubon State Historic Site  Located in St. Francisville, the Audubon State Historic Site is famous for having the Oakley House. Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973, this is where the artist John James...
The Economy of Leesville Louisiana
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...Louisiana continue to purchase cars at a usual rate which indicates that the economy of this area is supporting the financial distress of the national economy. Focusing on the automotive sales industry, Alford Motors owner cleared that the demand in Leesville prevails, but the loans, which are normally provided by the national lenders, are becoming tougher to access. The way credits are getting tightened with the banks, the self- financing attitude will prove to be an asset to many of the manufacturers. In the month of January 2009, over 3,500 soldiers have retreated back to Fort Polk from a 14-month military operation to Iraq. That arrival of soldiers... The Economy of Leesville,...
Brain Drain in Louisiana
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...Louisiana. The American Heritage Dictionary of English Language defines Brain Darin as "the loss of skilled intellectual and technicallabor, through the movement of such labor to a more favorable geographic, economic or professional environment" (Brain Drain). This definition expresses the form and substance of the term 'brain drain'. It is believed that this term found its position in the vocabulary of the world in the mid 1960s, during the massive movement of skilled and technical labor power from poor developing countries, notably India and parts of Africa to the more favorable European and American nations. Of grave concern, then, was the emigration of those with scarce... . It is...
Louisiana and the Civil War
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...Louisiana and the Civil War 21-04-12 Louisiana and the Civil War Introduction: The aftermath of the Civil War was disastrous and eleven s out of the union were waiting to be readmissioned. The War had smashed the economy of the South and had drained the sources required for repairing the inflicted damage. The land was dotted with white refuges wandering in search of food and bare necessities of life. On the other hand, countless Blacks who were at last free were either running with their masters or running away from their masters towards the lines of the Union. The rest of the four million individuals were busy testing their newly acquired freedom. 1 The...
Critical Analysis of the Concept of Fair and Equitable Treatment in Investment Treaties: Recent Investment Treaty Practice and Arbitration Cases
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...Analysis of the Concept of “Fair and Equitable Treatment” in Investment Treaties: Recent Investment Treaty Practice and Arbitration Cases Introduction The growth of bilateral investment treaties (BITs) since the 1990s corresponds with a growth in legal developments at international law.1 The fact is, BITs have developed in such a way that they encapsulate their own laws under the broader application of customary international law.2 Ultimately, the principle of fair and equitable treatment occupies an important place under BITs and international foreign investment generally. The principle represents the fundamental standard by which investor/state disputes are resolved.3 At its heart... ?Critical Analysis ...
Purchase Journal
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...Purchase Journal Purchase Journal Purchase Journal Particular Debit Amount Credit Amount 1st August, 2011 Salary Account To Cash Account Salary is drawn and deposited in the form of cash in hand $ 5000 $ 5000 2nd August Purchases Account To Cash Account Purchased an Old Spice after shave lotion $100 $100 4th August Purchases Account To Cash Account Purchased a Denim shirt $150 $150 6th August Purchases Account To Cash Account Purchased a Flying Machine T-shirt for $200, a second hand iPhone for $500, a local maker perfume for $150, and a Rayban sunglass for $150 $1000 $1000 Carried Ahead Brought Forward Date Particular Debit Amount Credit Amount 7th August Purchases Account To Cash... Running Head:...
The Maastricht Treaty
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...Treaty The Maastricht Treaty, signed in 1993 in the city of Maastricht in the Netherlands, laid a foundation for the development of a European entity that has enduring economic and political power that could withstand any threat from the external environment than at any other time in the world. To some analyst, it could be said that the treaty was signed to maintain economic stability in Europe as well as prevent another World War. The treaty, according to Europa (2007) came about as a result of the impetus provided by the collapse in communism in Eastern Europe and the reunification of Germany. It caused Europeans leaders to feel that they should reassert themselves once... OF The Maastricht...
Purchase profile
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...purchase of a car. The purchase was considered high involvement because it took too much time, consideration and resources from my father. It was a purchase that he made not out of impulse but rather he took the time before buying the car and involved the family in the process. There are several internal and external factors that finally made him decide to buy that particular brand of automobile. The winning brand after so much deliberation was a Hyundai Santa Fe. The five process that he went through begun with the identification of the need. His previous car was almost ten years old and is already showing signs... In this essay, I would like to cite my recent involvement with my father’s recent...
Failed Purchase
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...purchased for office use from your company in January2012 and is registered under purchase order #1783. I was unable to use the guarantee as the copier began showing problems out of warranty. The steady increase in repairs for the aforementioned machine began to mount starting from April of this year and came to fore in July. Having already spent a total of $706 on repairs, I feel that the machine I was given was defective from the very start and should be replaced at no cost to me by the company. To begin with, the service man sent to me by the company was not as accommodating as he could have been when I... Dear Sir Madam: I am writing to you in reference to the Bengal 870 Office Copier that I...
Treaty of Versailles
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...Treaty of Versailles The Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 28, 1919. This treaty formally ended World War I, created the League of Nations andlaid the foundations forWorld War II. The Treaty was preceded by the conference of 27 states, opened in Paris on January 18, 1919, which destined the fate of Germany without its participation.The German government of the Weimar Republic hoped for a peace treaty with some territorial losses and reasonable war indemnity. But the Treaty exceeded their worst expectations. The Treaty, signed in the Hall of Mirrors of the Palace of...
The Treaty of Versailles
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...Treaty of Versailles 20-02-12 Treaty of Versailles Introduction: The Four long years into the Great War had left the world stranded in a of disarray. It was no surprise that news of a ceasefire between the Allies and the Central Powers came like a delightful echo and spread all over the world. War stir people celebrated in the streets with all their emotions. The black clouds of war were finally starting to disperse proclaiming a new era of peace. But a lot more was to be done to ensure the progression of current state of tranquility. Many delegates from over 36 nations gathered in Paris in January 1919 merely two months after the cease fire to canvas a...
EU Reform Treaty
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...Treaty and the Key s of the European Union The European Union is an organization in the European region that is composed of different countries that perceived the success of the region through concerted efforts in different aspects of governance specifically the economic aspect. The organization which was originally established as the European Community in 1951 with countries such as Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands was transformed into the European Union.1 Presently the EU is composed of twenty five nations. Included in these member nations are Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland... Reform...
The Treaty of Versailles
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...Treaty of Versailles In a long time, the United s has been known for her magnificent political prowess and military strategies. At some point in history, it rather seems the United States was not involved in the First World War. However, after the German announcement of unrestricted submarine warfare and a subsequent sinking of ships with the Americans on board in 1917, the U.S. got involved in the war (Roark et al. p.15). The principles of peace and justice were well vocalized among the world leaders, but President Wilson’s subject of a vindicate peace and justice call, in his 14-point speech, had a territorial and political settlement proposals. Certainly after President Wilson’s 14 points...
Compulsory Purchase and Compensation
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...purchase and compensation update. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 24(5). Sams, G., 2007. Compulsory purchase and compensation update-2007. Journal of Property Investment & Finance, 25(4). Scottish Executive Central Research Unit, 2001. Development Department Research Programme Research Findings No.114. [Online] Available at: HYPERLINK "http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/157959/0042699.pdf" http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/157959/0042699.pdf [Accessed 30 July 2011]. Scottish Government, 2003. Review of Scotlands Cities-The Analysis. [Online] Available at: HYPERLINK "http://scotland.gov.uk/Publications/200301/15950... COMPULSORY PURCHASE AND COMPENSATION LITERATURE REVIEW Reasons...
The Peace Treaty
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...Treaty (Woodrow Wilson's 14 points) and Section # of The Peace Treaty (Woodrow Wilson's 14 points) The First World War had left devastation across the world and many countries were on the brink of social and economic collapse. The allied forces had won the war but had suffered many casualties and had exhausted their resources. But since America had entered the war late it had not suffered much loss. It held a neutral viewpoint of the nations involved in the war. As grievances were high and no nation wished to forgive the opposing nations, America proposed a neutral approach to introduce lasting peace in the world. Woodrow Wilson was the President of the United States during the time... The Peace...
Sales and purchase
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...purchase of items are part and parcel of daily life and efficient processing of the same is vital for good relationship and business growth. 'Sales order captures demands for the firms' product and services' (Scott, 2004). Sales order processing system is a very important tool that facilitates not only the sales and purchase process with efficiency and accuracy but it also helps to generate all the relevant information that are required by the administrative and managerial head of the companies. The information thus generated promotes better management of the inventory as well as helps to device strategies and plans to increase its growth and enhance its public support. Hence the data... Sales and...
Treaty of Varsailles - P3ip
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...Treaty of Versailles The German people understand the anger and dissatisfaction of the Western powers following the Great War but we humbly protest the unfair and inherently inegalitarian provisions of the document presently being compiled in Versailles. Contrary to a commonly held perception in the West, the German people wholeheartedly regret the conflict which embroiled our great nations and descended our continent, in fact much of the world, into violent and economically disastrous warfare. It must be remembered however that the German people are victims themselves and any attempt at reconciliation must take into the account the tremendous losses suffered by the nation of German during...
The treaty of guadalupe
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...Treaty of Guadalupe In the 19th century, war erupted between the countries of Mexico and the U.S.A over territorial rights. Mainly, they were land ownership. Many Mexicans died and others injured in the process. This continued until a time when the rival armies confronted at the Mexico’s capital called the “Mexico City”. At the city, armies claimed lives as the war resulted to severe bloodshed. Eventually the Mexicans lost to their American rivals, but through the hard way. Since Mexico was losing its bid in the war, the country, through its governance resolved to engage into peaceful negotiations to ensure that not all was lost. Therefore, this decision led to the signing of the Treaty... of...
Provide a political analysis of the Peace Treaty of Versailles and the contending agendas there. What did it accomplish? How was
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...analysis of the Peace Treaty of Versailles Introduction The Treaty of Versailles, signed after the end of World War I, was enforced on Germany by the UK, the US and France (three main democratic powers within Allied forces). This treaty officially marked the end of war between Allied forces and Germany, and was signed in 1919. However the treaty failed to create a stable foundation for establishing long-term peace in the region, and after the ratification there were many instances of economic and political crises that took place during the next two decades, with only a brief period of stability in the mid-1920s. The two aspects of Versailles that took into account financial (economic... Political...
Colombian Trade Treaty
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...Treaty Colombian trade treaty or U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement that was signed in 2006 aims at eliminating duties by 80% of the total number of exports. This refers to United States of America exports that are both industrial and agricultural to Colombia. Also, other tariffs are to be scraped off in a ten year period (“Benefits of the U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement” 1). The agreement seems to be more in favor of the United States than Colombia. U.S. benefits The trade agreement will greatly help in the creation of employment opportunities to the American citizens. Moreover, the market will also be expanded and consequently will competitiveness in general U.S... May 8th Colombian Trade...
Hurricane Katrina Health Impact in Louisiana
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...LOUISIANA 31st, October, Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Health Impact of Contaminants Caused by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana 3 Background 3 Introduction 3 Statement of the Problem 3 Research Objectives 4 Importance of the Study 4 Research Hypothesis 5 Scope and Justification of the Study 5 Geographical Scope 6 Limitation of the Research 6 Literature Review 6 Methodology 8 Research Design 8 Target Population 9 Sampling Design 9 Data Collection 9 Data Analysis and Techniques 9 Data Analysis and Presentation 10 Summary and Conclusion 12 References 14 Health Impact of Contaminants Caused by Hurricane Katrina in Louisiana Background Hurricane Katrina touched... ? HURRICANE KATRINA HEALTH IMPACT IN...
Treaty of Verdun
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...Treaty of Verdun: History and its Impact on the Europe Introduction: Over the of time, several agreements and treaty play an important role in the development of the modern world. In world history there were several agreements among various countries that change shape of the world and till date several historians are discussing about the importance of the same. One such agreement was Treaty of Verdun. It was one the most significant treaty in the history of Europe as it changes the shape of the Europe for time to come. If one analyzes the history of the European countries the rule of law or the agreement among various nation changes the structure and the outline of the European nations... ....
Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty
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...Treaty Maritime operations throughout the Spanish-American War which lasted from 1898-1901 served to persuade President Theodore Roosevelt that the United States required to control a waterway some place in the Western Hemisphere1. This investment built up and finally finished in the Spooner Bill of June 29, 1902, accommodating a waterway through the Isthmus of Panama, and the Hay-Herrán Treaty of January 22, 1903, under which Colombia offered agree to such a task as a 100-year rent on a territory 10 kilometers wide2. This bargain, in any case, was not confirmed in Bogotá and the United States, dead set to build a trench or Canal over the isthmus, seriously energized the Panamanian... Hay–Bunau-Varilla...
Treaty on European Union
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...Treaty on European Union Introduction The European Union is an economic, civil and political union, which consists of twenty-seven member s, which are mostly located in Europe. The origin of the EU can be traced back to the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) and the European Economic Community (EEC), which had been primarily established by six states in the late 1950s at the end of world war two (Baun 78). The founding states of the European Union were Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands and Luxembourg. Over the years, the EU has grown, in size and also in terms of the acquisition of new member states and has also improved in its power by increasing the area over...
Foster Parenting and Foster Care in Louisiana
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...Louisiana Foster Parenting and Foster Care in Louisiana Foster parenting aims to help children who had to leave their family as a result of ‘abuse, neglect or sexual victimization’ (Department of Children and Family Services, Foster Parenting 2012). Foster care is a service established in order to offer support to children who need to leave their family for a particular period of time. This means that foster care is provided rather in short term; as long as the scheme is in progress, the birth parents are given appropriate support so that the child’s family environment to be improved, otherwise another permanent placement of the child has to be identified. Foster... Foster Parenting and Foster Care in...
The Treaty of Portsmouth, 1905
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...Treaty of Portsmouth, 1905 Insert Insert Grade Insert 26 April The Treaty of Portsmouth that was signed on September 5 following conciliations at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine 1905 officially ended the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-05 (Littlejohn and Pearce 45-46). The armistice was momentous in the sense that it halted the primary military confrontation of the 20th century. The process of extensive negotiations can be traced from existing theories and concepts that govern conflict resolution and overall conciliation practices. This paper provides an evaluation of the conflict, negotiation of the treaty as well as an evaluation... of the suppositions and empirical evidence as...
The Purchase of Alaska
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...Purchase In the mid-1600’s, about the time that the British were colonizing the Atlantic coast region of North America, Russia occupied and had claimed the Northern Pacific region of the America’s now known as Alaska. Despite objections by many in both Russia and America, this vast territory, more than half a million square miles, was sold to the U.S. in 1867 by means of the Treaty of Cession. The majority on both sides of the pacific, however, believed their country profited from the transaction. The sales price was $7.2 million or approximately two cents per acre, a small sum even by 1867 standards. Alaska was the last major land-holdings of any non-American nation in the Western... . ...
Sales, purchase management
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...purchase the product. The marketer should therefore strive to make it convincing. A direct marketer for crude oil should therefore make the marketing campaign convincing enough to the refiners for them to develop an interest to trade with the company. A company may use one of several direct selling methods to sell crude oil. These may include telemarketing, email marketing and direct... Direct Sales Approach to Selling Crude Oil in Kazakhstan Kazakhstan is a country endowed with many oil reserves. It has several oil fields that produce millions of tonnes of oil every year. This has led to its ranking among the top oil producers in the world. Kazakhstan has many oil fields but the three largest ones are...
Consumer and Purchase Behavior
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...purchase in the particular purchase of the product. In an analysis of the situational factors we Identify a couple of factors that affect the purchase process of the consumer that include temporal facts: this are thoughts and feelings that surround the particular product, pressure factors this are the factor that push a consumer to make a haste or a well calculated purchase, seasonality factors: this are factors that are caused due to the cyclability of the supply of the product In subject. Citing an example of a situational influence in the dairy is the purchase and consumption of burger and fries. The purchase of such fast foods due to the time pressure on the consumer it pushed... ? consumer behavior...
Sales and Purchase Management
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...purchase. Sales force manager at this stage should therefore ensure that relationship selling becomes a must, and it is a specific skill that is to be mastered during the actual selling process. As employees in sales... What are the skills required by a sales force manager? Please draw a table and list the skills required under each heading and write a commentarybelow for each position explaining how the skills are relevant for his role. The following are the skills required by a sales force manager: tools and technical skills, process skills and leadership skills (Zoltners, Sinha and Lorimer 466): Tools and technical skills Process skills Leadership skills Sales department requires dynamic sales...
The Purchase of Alaska
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...Purchase In the mid-1600’s, about the time that the British were colonizing the Atlantic coastregion of North America, Russia occupied and had claimed the Northern Pacific region of the America’s now known as Alaska. Despite objections by many in both Russia and America, this vast territory, more than half a million square miles, was sold to the U.S. in 1867 by means of the Treaty of Cession. The majority on both sides of the pacific, however, believed their country profited from the transaction. The sales price was $7.2 million or approximately two cents per acre, a small sum even by 1867 standards. Alaska was the last major land-holdings of any non-American nation in the Western Hemisphere...
Point-of-Purchase
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...purchaser and those he represents. The acts of accumulation and consumption indicate the differences between consumers and purchasers, and between consumption and buying. Both industrial purchasing agents and "consumer purchasing agents" are essentially engaged in solving problems (Boone and Kurtz 2002). Another product selected for analysis is a new anti-aging crme by Clinique. Product is advertised by many local specialty shops and cosmetic departments through in-store ads and personal selling. This POP campaign annoys me because I do not use this brand and do not need this product. I suppose that this example shows... Point-of-Purchase Previous week, I bought a new shampoo advertised by one of the...
Electronic commerce purchase behavior
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...Purchasing Behaviour of of Contents Literature Review 3 Fundamental Theories 3 Trust and Perception4 Past Purchasing Trends 6 Recommendation Agents 7 Website Support & Social Support 8 Demographics & Online Purchasing Behaviour 9 Transaction Costs and Trusts/Satisfaction 9 Risk & Other Factor 11 Logistical Matters 11 Non-Traditional Markets 12 Appearances of Website and Buying Behaviour 13 Summary of Findings 14 Critical Analysis 37 Sales Model 37 Display of Pictures 37 Recommendations 45 Bibliography 47 Literature Review The definition of customer behaviour in the field of online purchasing comes with many complications in their definition due to the fact that there is so much diversity... E-Commerce...
European Union- Treaty of Lisbon
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...Treaty of Lisbon Introduction Economic integration has been responsible for the growth and development of the economies of many nations globally. Economic integration enables countries to pull their resources together in the process of helping other to tackle various problems and challenges in their economies. The creation of trading blocs or unions is often a political and legal process that takes into consideration various issues in the two fields for effective functioning. One of the unions that has been successful in the achievement of set goals and objectives according to its founding treaties is the European union. The EU is simply a politico-economic union that comprises of 28... European Union-...
Making a major Purchase
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...Purchase: House The need for shelter is a necessity. Such, individual has to buy a house at some time or another. The bigger question would be when and will it be right time to buy it. The act of purchasing a house is relatively infrequent and generally constitutes an individual or a family’s “single most important investment and expenditure (Levy et al., 2008 pg. 253). To make the analysis clearer in this case, let us assume that the buying decision to purchase will be made on cash. Buying on cash can also demonstrate clearly the economic principles behind making such decision or indecision. To illustrate further these economic principles... I. Discuss which principles of economics directly...
Capital budget purchase
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...purchases or long term investment for assets such as building, equipment and vehicles. It differs with operating budget whose main objective is to cater for the operating expenses of the organization such as payment of employee salaries which is recurring and happens weekly, fortnightly or monthly (Caren, 2013). As the manager for the surgery department in our hospital, I decided to go for the latest Electronic Health Record after a thorough research that gave me many priorities. This item was prioritized for the broader benefits that it will bring to my... ? Capital Budget Capital Budget for the Latest Electronic Health Record The capital budgetis very crucial for any organization that wants to make...
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