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Political science - Africa
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...Political Science 06 January 2008 POLITICAL SCIENCE An Introduction to The Continent of Africa Africa is the home to Negroes, an archaic racial people of high melanin content mainly of African origin. Only the native Negroes could survive the ruthless landmass consisting of dense jungles with wild animals, treacherous massive rivers and lakes and harsh deserts that make up the second largest continent in the world. Outsiders just could not penetrate deep into the mainland surviving these natural barriers. In that sense Africa was a blessed land from marauders. All invaders - be it the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Persians, Romans, Vandals, Arabs or modern European colonialists- all had... Gopinathan...
Political Corruption in Africa
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...Africa 17 3.4 Corruption Index 18 3.5 Political Corruption in Africa 29 4.0 Findings and Analysis 33 5.0 Conclusions 37 Bibliography... Political Corruption TABLE OF CONTENTS ...
Examine the ways in which business contributes to economic, political, and social stability and instability?
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...instability and or stability. Under this section, the global financial recession of 2008 will serve as a classic example of the potential of businesses to contribute to economic instability. Under the second section, a critical analysis of the contribution of businesses to political stability and instability will be discussed. The third section will consider the contribution of businesses to ether social stability or instability. Contribution of Businesses to Economic Stability or Instability Many economists have focused on describing the factors that affect the stability of the economy in different parts of the globe... ? CONTRIBUTION OF BUSINESSES TO ECONOMIC, POLITICAL, AND SOCIAL STABILITY By...
Analysis of Strategic Risks in South Africa
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...Analysis of Strategic Risks in South Africa of This paper examines the risk of doing business in South Africa and how a corporation will handle those risks. It touches on the Political, Economic, Financial and Social Risks that are inherent in South Africa. It goes on to recommend solutions to these problems. Keywords: South Africa, Risk, Business. Introduction This paper examines the various risks that faces a business entity that seeks to operate in South Africa. It critically looks at the Political, Economic, Financial and Social Risks and gives...
Political Instability in Egypt
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...political sphere was the political instability that plagued Egypt. The bloody revolution that took place in Egypt had a worldwide effect. The revolution shook the grounds of the Middle East, as the plea for Democracy entered the scene. In midst of all these things, Egypt is in a middle of parliamentary elections after Mubarak’s ousting from power. Mubarak has been oppressing the rise of rebellion for many months in order to keep... the centralized power. This clearly relates to Mill’s On Liberty, as the dictator is trying to maintain harmony and status quo. He clearly uses this to for explaining the necessity of a political sovereign state (Mill). Furthermore, he insists on a...
Africa
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...Africa Food insecurity as a result of drought, famine, political instability, economical inadequacy, conflicts, and HIV has exposed 38 million African people to immediate threats of stability, security, and peace (Morris qtd. in Clover 6).This research paper analyses the article titled, “Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa” written by a researcher at Institute of Security Studies (ISS), Jenny Clover. The article was written in 2003 and published in African Security Review. The main objectives of the article are to understand the concept of food security and identify the factors that led to lack of food security in Africa in general and Sub-Saharan Africa... in world, 25 are African. However,...
Underdevelopment in Africa
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...Africa's underdevelopment (para. 1). In essence, the haphazard creation of nations is at the root if the failed state phenomenon which several African nations suffer from and, as such, is a root cause of political instability and hence, the inability to implement economic development policies (Brea, 2008). Nevertheless, it is hardly the primary cause of continued underdevelopment. Continued underdevelopment in Africa and the continent's persistent failure to improve its economic status is primarily due to corruption, enabled by absolute totalitarian dictatorships. As Senyo... Africa suffers persistent underdevelopment. Its population confront the dual threats of poverty and disease and economic reform ...
Political Instability in the Solomon Islands
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...analysis of the history of the Solomon Islands, it becomes lucid that political instability was a ground reality from its establishment and the diplomatic relations of Australia played a significant role in this context. Various political situations and developments in the Solomon Islands required the intervention of a political power such as Australia and it has been seriously involved in working to promote stability and growth in the nation and the region. In this paper, Australia's deep and longstanding relationship with the Solomon Islands is analyzed in detail in order to determine the various aspects of the nation's relationship with the Solomon Islands. Australia's... Political instability in the ...
Political Underdevelopment in Africa
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...Political Underdevelopment in Africa This paper discusses the relationship between social, economic and political underdevelopment in Africa. In this case, the paper relates the main social issues of education and colonization, in its social perspective, to underdevelopment. On the other hand, the paper discusses the relationship of the key economic issue of corruption with political underdevelopment in Africa. Finally, the paper addresses the most useful measures of political development such as democratization, participatory politics, and national...
Political instability in the Solomon islands and Australias relations
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...analysis of the history of the Solomon Islands, it becomes lucid that political instability was a ground reality from its establishment and the diplomatic relations of Australia played a significant role in this context. Various political situations and developments in the Solomon Islands required the intervention of a political power such as Australia and it has been seriously involved in working to promote stability and growth in the nation and the region. In this paper, Australia’s deep and longstanding relationship with the Solomon Islands is analyzed in detail in order to determine the various aspects of the nation’s relationship with the Solomon Islands. Australia’s... Political instability in the ...
Doing Business in the Midst of Cultural Change: South Africa: Specific Industry Analysis
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...Africa has been ranked 39th in regard to world’s most politically unstable countries. High rates of political instability and associated violent political issues and incidents have made the country not a favourable country for making business investments or setting up business organisations. High rate of income inequality is another major problem in the country. During my tour I have seen huge income inequality which has been prevailing in the country and continuously becoming the most important obstacle in the path of economic development of the country... ? Doing Business in the Midst of Cultural Change: South Africa: Specific Industry Analysis This paper attempts to analyze the industry in South...
Influence of Colonialism on Politics and Economics of Africa Nations
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...politics are Western constructs, the longer the colonialist stayed, the better they established the political and economic structures. In addition, the colonialists were better managers of conflicts in Africa because they are the ones who formed the borders. It is vital for African countries to work on their political structures; this is because the indices show trends of decline. Poor political structures can result to instability and poor governance, translating to poor economies and standards of living. Limitations This study only used economic and political data of a short period of time in the postcolonial era. For effective analysis... Influence of Colonialism on Politics and Economics of...
Was the postWorld War II decolonization movement too rushed, especially in Africa'
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...Africa was thus tough, forced, unplanned and all of a sudden. In fact some historians have considered the struggle for African independence as unplanned and done as an inspiration of Indian independence so without proper weighing of the advantages and disadvantages of such a struggle. This led to more bloodshed and resistance from Europeans and consequently more chaos and political and social instability in the region. Decolonization is the means or process by which nations... Was the Post-World War II decolonization movement too rushed, especially in Africa' Introduction: This essay focuses on the history of Africaand analyzes the decolonization process in Africa and other parts of the world as...
A Major Issue Surrounding Religion In Africa
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...AFRICA Submitted By Contents Introduction 3 Religious Plurality in Africa 4 History of Religion in Africa 4 Christology and Religious Pluralism 5 Foundational issues in Christian education 5 Theology of Christianity revisited in modern world 6 Effects of Globalization and Religious Pluralism 7 Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8 Introduction Africa today is standing at the crossroads of international affairs with multiple issues like politics, religion, and security is drawing international attention. This continent has combination of countries some have stability and set goals to be achieved while others are mired by religious, ethnic and political instability... ? A MAJOR ISSUE SURROUNDING RELIGION IN AFRICA...
Huntington, on Political Development and Political Decay
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...political process or if coups and countercoups are the ways in which political control is transferred from one individual to another or from one group to the other. Huntington’s specific focus upon the stability of the political system and the longevity of the forces of the system remains relevant more than forty years later. Accordingly, many of the countries of Africa were wrought with political instability and military-inspired coup d’états in the post-colonial era. Due to the severity of political violence and the frequency of military interventions in the affairs of states as diverse as the Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly known as the Zaire), Egypt or Angola, it is fair... Political...
" A cross-country analysis of the impact of political stability on economic growth"
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...Political Stability and Economic Growth: A Global Analysis There is a direct relationship between political stability and economic growth. Strong macroeconomic growth is facilitated by a stable political environment and conversely, instability on the political front inhibits positive economic growth. A cross-continental analysis of the political and economic situations of four countries, Canada, Iraq, the United Kingdom and Somalia, will demonstrate a direct relationship between political stability (or lack thereof) and economic growth. A theoretical analysis of the two key concepts in this essay, political stability and economic growth, will be guided by Leon Hurwitz’s definition... that...
political science- short answers- Africa
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...Africa by the IMF, bilateral donors and the World Bank are some of the policies to reach consolidation (Herbst 51). “The central axis of world politics is likely to be… the West versus the rest.” What is Huntington’s argument here? According to Samuel P. Huntington, it is religious and cultural identities that will primarily breed tension and conflict in the world of post- Cold War. Huntington concluded this after surveying various theories relating the mode of global politics. He argued that the idea of different civilizations is key to analyzing the possibility of conflict (Herbst 45... Due: Political Science “Are there peaceful routes to consolidation?” What’s his answer? What sort ofconcrete things ...
Global Education and Development in Africa
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...Africa” enter the Number Division 1st March TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 3 Problem statement 4 Literature review 4 a. Political instability of Africa 5 b. Apartheid and the fate of Africa 7 c. Measurement of Development 8 d. Population of Africa 9 e. Africa and Education 10 f. Aids and Programs for Educational Progression in Africa 11 Objectives of Research 14 Research question 14 Research design, data collection 14 Analysis &interpretation 14 Conclusion 18 References 21 Introduction The topic of discussion of this essay is development of Oppressed nations and the nation that immediately comes to mind is Africa especially because of the long history... to this mystery that can be imagined....
Soth africas, political , social . economical ,financial and cultural risk
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...Analysis of Strategic Risks in South Africa of This paper examines the risk of doing business in SouthAfrica and how a corporation will handle those risks. It touches on the Political, Economic, Financial and Social Risks that are inherent in South Africa. It goes on to recommend solutions to these problems. Keywords: South Africa, Risk, Business. Introduction This paper examines the various risks that faces a business entity that seeks to operate in South Africa. It critically looks at the Political, Economic, Financial and Social Risks and gives insights into how a...
Business in South Africa
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...political, economic, social and technological parts of PEST analysis. The evidence of the market’s responsiveness to online advertising is the proliferation of tourism websites and web-promotion tools in South Africa such as Durban-tourism. com and Sitesells (“Business Opportunity”, 2011). This means that, if Google were to introduce a comprehensive community Internet... ? Business in South Africa June 16, Table of Content: Table of Contents………………………………………………………………………… 2 Executive Summary………………………………………………………………………. 3 Module 1 - Identifying Global Business Opportunities…………………………………... 4 Module 2 - Analyzing International Competitors…………………………………............ 8 Module 3 - Assessing the Economic/Geographic ...
Business in South Africa
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...political, economic, social and technological parts of PEST analysis. The evidence of the market’s responsiveness to online advertising is the proliferation of tourism websites and web-promotion tools in South Africa such as Durban-tourism. com and Sitesells (“Business Opportunity”, 2011). This means that, if Google were to introduce a comprehensive community Internet... ? Business in South Africa June 16, Table of Content: Table of Contents………………………………………………………………………… 2 Executive Summary………………………………………………………………………. 3 Module 1 - Identifying Global Business Opportunities…………………………………... 4 Module 2 - Analyzing International Competitors…………………………………............ 8 Module 3 - Assessing the Economic/Geographic ...
Humanitarian Aid Produces Instability and Violence for the Waves of Refugees Living In Sudan
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...Africa, has faced several internal conflicts in which the Southern and the Northerners have been engaged in the series of fights because of fundamental differences. Sudan has experienced political instability for all the years, and in the recent past the southern part of the country seceded and is now a democratic republic. Even though it got... ? Humanitarian Aid Produces Instability and Violence for the Waves of Refugees Living In Sudan Humanitarian Aid Produces Instability and Violence for the Waves of Refugees Living In Sudan Abstract Following the realization of the role of the humanitarian aid in the life of the refugees, this research paper explores how this has significantly contributed to the...
Population Health in South Africa
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...Africa (HIV) Introduction: HIV infection and consequent AIDS has developed into a full-blown epidemic in the world, and like other parts of the world, there are untiring efforts on the part of researchers to control it. Aside from the medical factors that predispose to this deadly disease, the world has come to know that there are many social, political, economic, and other unclassified factors that create a ground for this infection. Thus far medical measures have not been very successful in controlling an epidemic of this disease, and it is being increasingly perceived that interventions designed to control social, political, community, cultural, and economic factors may... Population Health in South...
Past and Present Economical situation (Macroeconomics) of South Africa
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...Africa (The Early History of South Africa, n.d.). Short History about the Economic Background of South Africa South African economy has been a generally fluctuating economy. In the past few decades, it has witnessed a sustained growth in terms of real per capita income. However, in recent decades noticeable fall in real per capita income was observed primarily due to political instability as well as change in the country. According to the observation of World Bank, it can be idealized that in the middle income nations such as South Africa economic regress can occur as rapidly as economic progress... ? Past and Present Economical Situation (Macroeconomics) of South Africa Overview The history of South...
Humanitarian aid produces instability and violence for the waves of refugees living in Sudan.
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...Africa, has faced several internal conflicts in which the Southern and the Northerners have been engaged in the series of fights because of fundamental differences. Sudan has experienced political instability for all the years, and in the recent past the southern part of the country seceded and is now a democratic republic. Even though it got... Humanitarian Aid Produces Instability and Violence for the Waves of Refugees Living In Sudan Humanitarian Aid Produces Instability and Violence for the Waves of Refugees Living In Sudan Abstract Following the realization of the role of the humanitarian aid in the life of the refugees, this research paper explores how this has significantly contributed to the civil...
South Africa and Chile
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...Africa vs. Chile A Comparative Analysis of Two Emergent Democracies And The Influence of Civil Society Organizations and Human Rights on Democracy ________________________________________________________________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for Degree Master of Arts Spring, 2007 CONTENTS Abbreviations i Abstract ii Chapter-1 Introduction 1.1 Background of Study 1.2 Objective of the Study 1.3 Rationale of Study 1.4 Research Hypothesis 1.5 Summary of Remaining Chapters 1.6 Research Methodology Chapter-2 Elements of Democracy 2.1 Theoretical Framework... Functioning of Democratic Governments South Africa...
"Compare and explain the historical political instability experienced by France, Germany and Italy"
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...political instability experienced by France, Germany and Italy" There is a period in every nation’s history when political turbulence reigns. These are periods when governments experience economic, social and political crises, which could be the result of contemporary development or a change in political system. More specifically, political instability could be attributed on several factors such as industrialization, population growth, “the revolution of rising expectations” or even international tensions.1 “Some social scientists have followed Aristotles view that political instability is generally the result of a situation in which the distribution of wealth fails... Compare and explain the historical...
Political Science
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...Analysis and Findings The data deducted from this analysis showed the following: Out of the 74% of the world illiterate population, 40% were concentrated in Africa. Women represented 66% of the total world’s illiterate populace. Extremely low interest rates were consistent with countries with highly political instability with 59% of them being led by presidents who had gained power through a coup de tat. A staggering 86% of adults in Africa were... Unit Literacy and Democracy in modern society Introduction Throughout the world, civic literacy has invariably been perceived pivotal for a flourishing democracy. Having informed citizens at the helm of a democratic state has long been held a fundamental ...
-Social justice/ political issues in Africa
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...political, social and economic standards. Reasons to why Africa is poor The colonization of African countries by European nations has had a never ending impact on the economic and political status on the nations. The occupation of African countries that occurred during the colonial period partitioned the continent leading to the emergence clear demarcation of regions by the imperial powers (Gertzel... College Causes of African’s underdevelopment Introduction Sub-Saharan Africa is a continent which is well known for being richin natural resources which are of immense value to the economy of a country. Diamonds, oil fluorspar etc. are among many resources that African countries possess. Regardless of...
Socio-economic Development of West Africa after the ECOWAS Creation
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...Africa? West Africa: At the World’s Mercy? Abstract Analysis surrounding the economies of West Africa, politics in West Africa, and trade policies in West Africa countries form the basis of this essay. The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) is explored in light of its success or failure to meet the challenges of the world economic status quo. The realities of the situation in West African countries and the uneven economic relationships with particularly the Western, developed world are the focus. It is proposed that the exploitative relationship which has existed between West African... ? Topic To What Extent Has the Creation of ECOWAS Benefitted the Socio-economic Development of West...
political science (political analysis)
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...Political science (political analysis) Globalisation calls into question the adequacy of comparative politics and international relations as methods to understand the organization and exercise of power in social life. The growth of a global dimension of social relations can even cast doubt on the very project of political science and the academy's practice of disciplinary divisions more generally. Contemporary accelerated globalisation gives ample cause for a paradigm shift in social analysis toward what might be called 'world system studies'. That said entrenched intellectual traditions and institutional forces exert substantial resistance to such a change. In this paper we have taken two... ...
Political Geography
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...political, economic, and social problems because they have been destabilized by their powerful neighbors. Geographical Distribution Landlocked states are categorized according to their geographical location. Asia has a number of countries which are landlocked. The number of landlocked states in Asia is few in number as compared with Europe and Africa. The Central Asian republics which obtained independence from the USSR in 1991 are dependent upon Russia for their exports and imports. Afghanistan does not have any sea... Running Head: Geographical Analysis of Landlocked s Geographical Analysis of Landlocked s of Geographical Analysis of Landlocked States Landlocked States Landlocked states can be differen...
A summery of Jared Diamond's article Malthus in Africa
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...analysis outlined the major issues that led to the collapse of the commons; for instance, the issue on the political elites using the commons to create conflict is a major factor of the political instability witnessed in some African countries. Diamond analysis is found convincing based on some arguments; for instance, elections campaigns in many African countries are executed by violent youths financed by uncouth politicians for their selfish gains. The political instabilities... ? s Collapse of the Commons in the Society Jared Diamond explores several historical collapses in Rwanda and factors that contributed to the societal collapse. He asserted that the collapse of the commons in Rwanda has been...
Does political instability have any effect on the SME sector: with a specific focus on HR
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...political instabilities and their impacts on organizations with special emphasis on the small and medium enterprises. The responses would be collected from the organization and would be put into statistical analysis. This would be represented in forms of pie charts and graphs. Both primary and secondary data would be collected and represented for the purpose. The secondary sources would include reliable and authentic sources. These would be collected from academic articles, journals, organization reports and industry reports. Authentic websites and other electronic sources would also be used for the purpose. On the other hand primary data...
Sudan's Political Development
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...political development of the country (United Nations Environment Programs, 2008). Works Cited BBC Research. “World: Analysis Sudan: a political and military history.” BBC News: Online Network, 1999. Retrieved on September 24, 2011: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/84927.stm Bell, Heather. Frontiers of medicine in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1899-1940. Oxford University Press, 1999. Berhanu, Denu G. Institutions and Investment in Sudan: Socio-Economic and Institutional Foundations of Reconstruction and Development. LIT Verlag Munster, 2011. Booth, Graham & McDuell, G. R. & McDuell, Bob & Sears, John. World of Science, Book 2. Oxford University Press, 1999. Komey, G. K. “Civil Society: Dynamics...
Macroeconomic Analysis of South Africa
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...Analysis South Africa is regarded as one of the most important economies in the world. It is an economic hub of African mainland. Even though the financial structure of South Africa is improving, it is observed to face two most important macroeconomic problems (i.e. unemployment and electricity) which can have a substantial impact on the industrial development of the economy. The paper analyzes the extent of these problems and how the government reacts with the problems through developing macroeconomic policies. Furthermore, the paper also describes the hospitality industry in South Africa and its relationship with current macroeconomic issues faced by the country in order... of macroeconomic...
International Relations and Political Systems
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...Political Systems Question The United s relations with Pakistan, as the international system theory portrays it, have seemingly deteriorated. This is following the onset and continuous counter-terrorism attacks and launches by the United States government, which to some extent marks infringement of Pakistan freedoms and rights as a nation-state. Additionally, the Raymond Davis’ case, the drone technology operations, and the raid the ultimately killed Osama Bin Laden marked the onset of the deteriorating relations between the U.S. and Pakistan. Pakistan according to the Westphalia treaty of 1648 qualifies to be a state thus U.S. should not meddle in its governance... whatsoever. From the...
media journal and analysis
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...analysis of the film seeks to explore the root of cultural and political forces affecting the country amidst domination by whites. The films director Justin Chadwick focuses on the rich African aspect based on modernity which provides great challenge on the former western perspective about Africa. All post-colonial descriptions reveal the unequal and uneven representations of the cultural forces within the political and social sectors. Hence the overall facts given in the description of South Africans based on colonial perspective can be considered... Mandela: Long walk to freedom movie Media Journal on observation The theme/storyline found in the viewing The film captures South Africa’s history during...
discuss the dual role of security sector in the arab world as both a source of political stability and instability
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...instability within the region that it occupies. As such, an analysis will have to be made concerning the role that the security sector has played, and continues to play, within the Arab world with reference to stability. The security forces of the various Arab countries have been involved in a diverse number of conflicts since they were formed, and as a result have been a cause of instability in the region. One will find that as long as the Lebanese conflict took place, security forces of the Arab countries that neighbor Lebanon contributed to its... The Security Sector in the Arab World Security sector in the Arab world is among the most important sectors within each of the countries within it because...
While Giovani Sartoris theory of polarized pluralist party systems is useful for explaining governmental instability, we need to take account of other factors to fully explain the political instability experienced by pre-Fifth Republic France
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...Political Stability EXAMINING SARTORI ON POLITICAL STABILITY Giovanni Sartori, along with his contemporary Gabriel Almond, offered critical insight into how political stability should be approached. Gabriel Almond focused his discourse on societal relations and their anthropological aspects. He argued that the extent to which political cultures, in this case the set of ideologies, meanings, attitudes, and values that form the grounding of a political system, are fragmented is a fundamental determinant of the level of political instability (Almond, 1956: p399). Sartori, on the other hand, identified the distinction between political systems that are unstable and those... that are stable,...
political science
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...Political Analysis The Middle East in a Global Context Although the Middle East has long been an economic laggard, it will remain of paramount importance for global stability, owing to its massive oil reserves and its status as the cultural hub of the Muslim world. Two of the three Muslim countries we consider most dangerous to regional security should they become radicalized – Egypt and Saudi Arabia – are in the Middle East. It is believed that the evolution of these will be crucial for the future of political Islam. Although only 15% of the world Muslim population lives in the Middle East, the region has the highest percentage of Muslim-majority countries and sets the tone... Middle East Social and...
Issues in Global Political Economy
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...politically unstable. The countries depend on foreign investors for their economic feasibility (Mikesel 1997, p.81). For instance, in 1970, states in sub-Saharan Africa with plenty of natural resources experienced slow growth rate compared to countries that were not rich in mineral resources (Wheeler n.d., p.36). Additionally, approximately 95% of Nigeria’s export revenue comes from oil and although this valuable resource has boosted the country’s economy considerably the living standard of its citizen has not improved. During the boom period experienced between 1971 and 1983 natural resource economies experienced a more severe deterioration when it came... ISSUES IN GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY and Issues...
Chromosomal Instability
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...Instability Chromosomal instability (CIN) is a causal factor in cancer, because it results in aberrations in the normal mechanisms for replication of cells. While chromosomal instability is acknowledged to be a factor that contributes to the development of tumors, there is an inadequate understanding of the underlying molecular mechanisms that can cause chromosomal instability. The results and findings of some recent research studies on the subject of chromosomal instability are detailed below. One of the hallmarks of cancer is underlying genomic instability, where due to the aberrations in the genomes, there is chromosomal instability leading to aneuploidy, i.e, an imbalance... in the...
Ten Reasons why United States Intervenes in Political Crisis in African Countries: Survey
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...Africa during political unrest. Basing on this, the following analysis can be done basing on the likert scores: Table 2: Responses According to Question Categories Strongly Agree (X/50) Agree Not Sure Disagree Strongly Disagree National Interests 13 (26%) 24 (48%) 4 (8%) 7 (14%) 2 (4%) Genuine Humanitarian Interests 4 (8%) 23 (46%) 6 (12%) 12 (24%) 5 (10%) Generalization of this data reveals that 74% of respondents feel that the government engages... Module Ten Reasons why United s Intervenes in Political Crisis in African Countries: Survey Throughout its timeline as a superpower i.e. when it shared the title with the USSR and now as sole super power, United States has intervened in the affairs of other ...
Challenges of Democracy and Political Stability in Africa
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...political stability in Africa Executive summary African s have failed in entrenching liberal democracy in their political systems. Unfair elections and greed for political power is the leading cause of political conflicts. Some of the leaders misuse state security organs to suppress any opposition groups like the civil society and the media. Many African leaders perceive national elections as contests of who stays in power rather than a process whereby citizens freely determine their national leadership regimes. Interestingly, many of the long serving presidents in the world are from Africa. These leaders have perfected the art of using all manner of illegal tactics... Challenges of democracy and...
To what extent have the fair-trade initiatives increased standard of living in West Africa?
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...Analysis surrounding the economies of West Africa, their political stances, and their trade policies, as well as the world economy, and West Africa’s part in it will be examined in this paper. The information from the analyses is organized in the Findings Section, to show the realities of the situation in West African countries... identification (all above optional – if you need them) Topic To What Extent Have Free Trade Initiatives Increased the Standard of Living in West Africa? Title West Africa: At the World’s Mercy? Introduction Traditionally, since the end of World War II, the industrialized countries of the world have been befitting from consistently increasing world trade patterns (Sorensen,...
Political and economic corruption in Africa and China
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...political instability poor industrialization and agricultural methods all made the African economy to dip over the years. On the other hand corruption seems to be building up in every segment of African life. In fact corruption is the only thing which shows upward trend of growth in Africa. “Corruption in Africa takes place in many forms, giving the so called "kitu kidogo" a Kiswahili word for bribes; being favoured at the expense of a more qualified and experienced colleague, nepotism or giving favours to females in exchange for sex. The day when corruption is stopped in Africa will be the very day that we shall wave goodbye to poverty, wars, AIDS, crime... Running head: Corruption Political and...
Africa
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...Africa needs to learn from these mistakes and concentrate more on the development aspect of the continent rather than the military and political aspects. For the time being, internal wars were stopped up to certain extent and the killing of innocent people is only a rare incident now in Africa. It should be noted that more than seven million people were killed in the recent past in Africa due to internal wars. Countries like Angola, Congo, Sudan etc where internal wars were severe in the past, killing incidents are reported rarely now. Now, it is time to concentrate more on the rebuilding processes of Africa. The comfortable signs of peace are visible... Africa: A fragile peace one a bloodied...
Political Leadership: A Mirror of Societys Desire for Power
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...analysis of the visual representations of political leadership in America, Libya, and Pakistan. However, it is worth noting that the society’s obsession for power dissociates human beings. Indeed, while the human mind seeks satisfaction and justice, the human body is seeking power in all means. As such, the search for political power in the competitive society will derive different dynamics of power. The search for political power has always been challenging but necessary. The political leadership in the United States of America seeks political power with an aim of guarding the rights of the American society and ensuring... Political Leadership: A Mirror of Society’s Desire for Power This paper revolves ...
Political Systems in the Middle East and North Africa
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...POLITICAL SYSTEMS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA and number: submitted: POLITICAL SYSTEMS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA Islam constitutes a source of both legitimacy and illegitimacy to some Arab regimes”, discuss this statement. Politics generally refers to the way in which a group of people are ruled. Generally, the most important premise that is attached to politics is whether or not the ruling is ruling the ruled in a manner that is in conformity with the hopes and socio-economic aspiration of the people (Al-Sayyid, 2003). To this end, there is no single form of...
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