Armed Conflicts
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...armed conflicts. This notion delinked the war from strategy and policy. There was a general perception that information technology and surveillance can result to elevation of the military's desire of achieving level strategy... Running Head: THE CONCEPT OF NATIONAL SECURITY IN UNDERSTANDING CONTEMPORARY CONFLICST The Concept of National Security in Understanding contemporary conflicts Name: Course: University: Tutor: Date: 351452 The Concept of National Security in Understanding contemporary conflicts Background Study For almost all military institutions, the final auditor is war. Conflicts experienced currently in some parts of the world such as Iraq ...
Should Police Be Armed ?
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...arming the policemen. 1. Supporting Point: There is a need for fast response police force not just in the urban areas , but now in the rural areas as well since the countries are not just facing external terrors, but internal terrors i.e. terrors within the country... ENG 100 Extended Essay Outline 5 Criteria for Extended Essay Outline 5% 50 -Includes clear thesis ment 5 -Minimum 3 supporting points with details 30 -Copies of 2 GOOD sources minimum 10 -BOTH handwritten outline and 2 sources printed and submitted ON-TIME in class on Wed 28 April 5 Print and submit the following handwritten Essay Outline: Introduction: Thesis Statement: To determine the attitudes of common public and the police towards ar...
Armed Robbery Sentence Proposal
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...Armed Robbery Sentence Proposal Introduction Robbery is defined as a crime of seizing property through violence or intimidation (Wikipediaonline encyclopedia). In layman's term, it the forceful acquisition of property might it be money, jewelry, and the likes, of another person through force and fear resulting to property damage, trauma and even death. In the state of Arizona, the issue on whether or not only life sentence or death sentence should be given to those who commit armed robbery has sparked concerns and much debate as to whether or not life sentence or death sentence should be given to the defendants and appellant. As with the case of Timothy...
Armed Intervention Criteria
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...armed interventions? The effectiveness of armed intervention has been proved through history whist its success is unpredictable. The United States has demonstrated its success in World War II when it helped eliminate Hitler. On the other hand, US also had its defeat in its failed guerrilla warfare in Vietnam for 8 years. In the instances cited, the success or failure of armed intervention has nothing to do with the need for the action. According to the text provided, human have “propensity to engage in warfare – an organized use of force of one group of people against another – is one of the things human beings behave in common, however tragic... the consequences.” Hillen (1996) reported...
The Armed Forces
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...Armed Forces When I was a small child, I always told my mother that I wished to become a teacher. The reason was not related to my personal interest in the profession but it was rather the authority that the teachers enjoyed that served as an attraction for me. With increasing age, the professions kept on changing too from working for the police department to working in the security agencies. By the time I reached high school, I was very much inspired by the people working for the armed forces. I believed that the profession had its own dignity and charm. It was a professional field where individuals had the opportunity to save the lives of others without considering the effects... that their...
Policy memo- armed forces
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...ARMED FORCES The people of the Nation X have all sorts of tensions as politicians continue to abuse the civil rights and democracy. The ironical of the happenings in Nation X is that, the biggest opposition parties agreed to back the government in order to continue with the polls as planned. This shows a good harmony for all the citizens in the country to live with a single objective in moving the economy forward. In contrast, many people had for the last days been demonstrating on the streets steering the withdrawal of the government and surrender powers to the caretaker government. Kip Kippling had been mobilizing the citizens to press on the formation of independent and withdrawal... POLICY...
United States Armed Forces
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...armed forces of the US are composed of several branches such as the army, navy, air force and others. It has a tradition of national control of the military with the president being the overall head. It consists of men and women who have decided to bring a difference and at the same time... ? Introduction It is no doubt that there exist a considerable number of people throughout the world with asymmetrical access to life chances. This is because of the immense disparities in both proceeds and living standards. This is why there exist such definitions as developed and developing countries. However, within those countries, there still exist social stratifications. This is a clear indication of the extent...
Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
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...Armed Forces of Colombia- is an organized, peasant-based and revolutionary maintained organization that has grown through stages to become one of the strongest movements and revolutionary party in South and Central America. In contrary to many social movements which are made up of students, professionals, doctors or lawyers, they are particularly composed of peasant farmers in rural Colombia. These are the farmers whose lives depend mostly on subsistence farming. The membership, leadership and support base of FARC is right in the rural areas where poverty thrives The early objective of the movement was to champion... Political and social effects of FARC on Columbia Introduction FARC- Revolutionary Armed ...
Human rights and armed conflict
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...Armed Conflict Human Rights and Armed Conflict The process of applying human rights to situations of armed conflict is a subject of debate in the courts and academic environments. This issue has been addressed by both the international and non-international bodies including the international Court of Justice. The international Court of Justice initially stressed on the application of human right laws during armed conflict situation in its 1996 Advisory Opinion on the use of nuclear weapons, and the legitimacy of threats. This paper describes human rights and armed conflict, as the two key international relations issues that are the most significant in the last twenty-five years... Human Rights and Armed...
Change Resistance within Armed Forces
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...armed forces resist change, either conceptual or technological Armed forces feel comfortable with former synergy and tend to resist technological or conceptual changes or both though superior military technology is crucial to win wars though not sufficient. Technology is linear in succession where any invention is potent, improved and lethal compared to its predecessor (Creveld 89). Technology has been rebuffed earlier by strategist like Clausewitz due to the assumption that there has no enhanced technological revolution which has developed to extent of its influence and functionality to prompt future strategists like Fuller and Hart and make them include technology elements... College: Why do some...
Armed Conflict and International Humanitarianism
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...arms but also by those who bear arms (Wheeler, 2003). Perhaps the best example of how a conflict is understood... Cultural Understanding of Conflict What is the relevance of a cultural understanding of conflict forhumanitarian actors? Introduction The global reality which faces us today is a result of the developments of world affairs which took place towards the end of the cold war. Since world war two, there have been nearly sixty limited war conflicts which have required intervention from one or more of the global powers and several situations have been averted altogether with the use of diplomacy and economic measures as exemplified by the workings of the European Union. At the same time, there are ...
Relationship between Armed Conflict and Genocide
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...Armed Conflict and Genocide Introduction to Genocide and Armed Conflict Raphael Lemkin, the Polish jurist coined the term “genocide” to refer to the massacre of Armenians by Turks during the First World War and the massacre of Jews by Nazis during the Second World War. However, massacre during both times happened during a general war, which made Lemkin think of genocide as one of the kinds of warfare. Lemkin coined the word genocide to explain the massacre against civilians in his book, Axis Rule in Occupied Europe. Lemkin described genocide as “a concentrated and coordinated attack upon all the elements of nationhood” (Shaw, 2007, p. 21). Genocides have become more frequent... ?Relationship between...
FARC - Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
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...Armed Forces of Colombia, saw its beginnings in 1948 during the period in Colombia known as La Violencia (The Violence) which lasted from 1948 until 1958 (Garcia, 2002). The Violence was initiated by the assassination of the progressive liberal presidential candidate George Eliecer Gaitan, a leader who had taken up the cause of the landless peasants in Columbia. La Violencia was a ten-year struggle between liberals that demanded land reform and redistribution... Marin, a.k.a. Manuel Marulanda. According to the Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, "A significant portion of the FARCs leadership, including FARC chief Manuel Marulanda, have been part of the organization since its...
FARC - Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
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...Armed Forces of Colombia, saw its beginnings in 1948 during the period in Colombia known as La Violencia (The Violence) which lasted from 1948 until 1958 (Garcia, 2002). 'The Violence' was initiated by the assassination of the progressive liberal presidential candidate George Eliecer Gaitan, a leader who had taken up the cause of the landless peasants in Columbia. La Violencia was a ten-year struggle between liberals that demanded land reform and redistribution... FARC Introduction The Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarios de Colombia (FARC) is one of the largest and most well organized rebel military forces operating in the world today. Based in Columbia, South America it has reached a global level of...
Protection of human rights and armed conflict
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...armed effort against a to end gross human rights violations in thatparticular state or region is called Humanitarian Intervention. The definition of humanitarian intervention depends upon the way the action is taken against a state and a general perception against that action. In most of the cases the military action is taken against the established government of a particular state and that is the reason there is a divide between scholars, leaders and general public on the legality and legitimacy of the humanitarian intervention. Humanitarian intervention is primarily motivated by humanitarian objectives but in most... of armed forces and civil servants from the UN member...
Arming the Police: Should the British Police be Routinely Armed?
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...Arming the Police Executive summary There has been debate on whether the British police should be routinely armed. This debate came to life after a series of incidences that led to the loss of life of innocent civilians. The current practice in Britain is that the police do not carry lethal weapons on their routine but are rather, armed with an aluminum stick and pepper spray. These are the equipment police officers in Britain use to combat crime. The equipment might be insufficient in some situations rendering the police helpless. Recent statistics shows the increase in violent crime putting into danger the members of the UK police force....
Trend and pattern of armed conflicts since the Cold War.
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...armed conflicts since the Cold War Introduction The continuous change in the social, political and economic characteristics of countries worldwide has led to the development of conflicts for protecting the interests involved in the various phases of this process. These conflicts have not been standardized – being influenced by a series of factors, including the global political and financial trends but also the availability of resources for supporting the relevant initiatives. Current paper focuses on the examination of the changes in trends and patterns of armed conflicts since the end of Cold War, i.e. the period that followed ‘the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1989... ?Trend and pattern of armed...
Law of Armed conflict. Is it viable in today's world?
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...Armed conflict. Is it viable in today's world? Countries indulge in conflicts to protect their territorial integrity, intimi other s, as a deterrent against aggressive territories or groups, etc. . There is concern when there is loss of innocent human life as a form of collateral damage or the inhumane treatment of all during times of conflict. These aspects about human life and human rights are protected through various laws including The Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC). However, the fact is, motives to indulge in conflict are constantly changing and. due to their nature, the laws which govern armed conflict are not be viable in today’s world. The Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC) was formulated... ?Law of...
Do Revolutions and Armed Conflicts Come or are They Made?
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...ARMED CONFLICTS COME OR ARE THEY MADE? Introduction Armed conflicts and revolutions have been devastating impacts on humans throughout the world. However, the main issue of debate is on whether these conflicts and revolutions come or they are made. I believe that armed conflicts and revolutions world over, do not only come but they are made. This is because most of these conflicts emanate from causes that can be averted but those in power at the time make no initiative. Furthermore, before armed conflicts and revolutions occur; there is usually a feeling of discontentment among the population or a section of the population until it gets to a certain level where it cannot... be contained any...
(Human Rights) and (Democracy and the Armed Forces)
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...ARMED FORCES SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR [INSERT DEPARTMENT OF [INSERT COLLEGE] By [Name] City, State Month, Year Human Rights, Democracy, and the Armed Forces 3. Why police and military operations must respect human rights and humanitarian law? It is important for the police and military operations to respect human rights and humanitarian law for a number of reasons. State authorities do more to assure that their national courts and the police always advocate human rights1. Delays or the lack of implementing measures made by national courts is a sinister conflict the rule of law, which forms the first key reason... SCHOOL AFFILIATION HUMAN RIGHTS, DEMOCRACY, AND THE ARMED ...
Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflicts: a Comparative Study of Modern International Law and Islamic Law
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...armed conflicts: A comparative study of modern international lawand Islamic law Introduction How to protect civilians in armed conflict is a difficult question. Much has been written and said about the role of international law and humanitarian agencies in protecting civilians from the tragic consequences of armed conflicts. Unfortunately, most, if not all, development in international law, generate confusion and misunderstanding. Moreover, few, if any, countries comply with these international law demands. The situation is particularly problematic in Islamic Law. Since most contemporary conflicts take place in Middle Eastern countries, Islamic law has... ? 09 September Protection of civilians in armed...
Was Nelson Mandela's decision to support the move to armed struggle justified?
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...armed struggle justified? Background and Causes of the Armed Struggle in South Africa South Africa (Union of South Africa) The name South Africa was first used to describe the region years before it was first given to name the country that was formed by combining and uniting the four British colonies of the Orange River Colony, the Cape, the Transvaal, and Natal. South Africa’s geographical area is seen to extend from the Limpopo River which marks its northern most point to the southernmost tip of the continent of Africa. This vast region is estimated to be approximately a sixth of the size of the United States (Heath, 2009). Totally within... ? Was Nelson Mandela's decision to support the move to armed...
How effectively did the three armed services combine in the Falklands campaign?
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...ARMED SERVICES COMBINATION IN THE FALKLANDS CAMPAIGN         Armed Services Combination in the Falklands Campaign [Institution Name] Armed Services Combination in the Falklands Campaign Introduction Margaret Thatcher legitimately astounded everyone when she opted to launch an all out invasion force to the Falklands. Thatcher defied all military advice and decided to send a huge force, probably escalating the war into something it never had to become. In fact, the Prime Minister of the third strongest country in the world, was sending a force of 20,000 soldiers to occupy what amounts to a string of barren rocks in the middle of the South Atlantic Ocean, inhabited by about 1800 people... ?Running Head:...
Why the Police Service of Northern Ireland Should Remain an Armed Force: A Critical Discussion
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...Armed Force: A Critical Discussion Since 1969, over 3200 people have died as a result ofviolence in Northern Ireland. The Independent Commission on Policing in Northern Ireland was set up as part of the agreement in Belfast on April 10, 1998. There was an original primary task focus of the Commission, which was to provide a 'new beginning to policing' in Northern Ireland. The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) is now the successor of the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC), and was created on November 4, 2001, as a result of the Policing Review set up under the Good Friday agreement. It has functioned effectively since... with 1:350 in Britain, and 1:512 in Sweden." (Brogden, 2006)....
Prevalence and impact of alcohol misuse in the American, British and Canadian Armed Forces
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...Armed Forces By of [Word Count] [Date] Table of Content Acknowledgment Declaration List of Tables Abstract Introduction Rationale Problem Statement Objectives Research Questions Literature Review Methodology Literature Findings Methodology Results Theoretical Framework Discussion of Results Conclusion This Paper Is Submitted In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement of the Award of the Degree ……………………………………………………………………………………………………of the University of……………………………………………………………………………….. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my lecturer___________ who gave me the golden opportunity... to undertake this project on the topic alcohol misuse in armed...
The relation between domestic terrorism and armed forces in the U.S. in mid-90s
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...armed forces in the U.S. in mid-90s Domestic terrorism ofUniversity Introduction Various recent events, most particularly the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in April, 1995, and the racially motivated murders of two civilians by active-duty United States Army personnel in Fayetteville, North Carolina in December, 1995, have focused the attention and suspicion of both military and civilian authorities on the possibility that extremist and potentially terroristic elements have established themselves within the Armed Forces of our country. This paper will review the historical and contemporary... This paper will discuss the relation between domestic terrorism and armed ...
Guerilla insurency and insecurity in Colombia: the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.
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...Armed Forces of Colombia al affiliation Guerrilla insurgency and insecurity in Colombia: the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia The political scene in Colombia has over the years been marred by conflicts between the government and revolutionary guerrilla movements. Civil unrest in Colombia dates back to the 19th century, when the Colombians revolted against Spanish rule, thereby earning Colombia independence from Spain. After independence, major political parties in Colombia started conflicting over who would rule Colombia and under what ideology. In 1958, a party known as the “National Front” assumed power in Colombia... and concentrated such power in the hands of the elites. This meant...
What criteria would you have for initiating armed intervention if you were the president of the United States?
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...armed intervention, I would find out a couple of ways through which I can go about doing it. The first of these two ways includes the fact that peace of a particular land is being sabotaged by the external forces and the second points wrests on the rights of the smaller nations when the same are usurped by might of the bigger ones. Since I have the control as being the President of the United States, I would have to understand things on my own, aided by my advisors who would give me the control to take decisions on my own. For this, I must comprehend the fact... ? ID Lecturer As President of the United s, I would leave no stone unturned when it comes to thesecurity of my fellow Americans. For initiating...
Should private armed security officers be required to take additional tactical training courses to maintain their licenses.
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...armed security guards in relationship to terrorism within the state of Ohio and changes that are proposed in order to increase the ability of the guards to determine, identify, and address any act towards terrorism that might confront them during the course of their duties. The concepts that are proposed are to increase training from 20 hours to 60 hours... ? First Responders: Are We Ready For Another Attack? by Michael Henderson MS, , 200X BS, , 200X Doctoral Study Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Business Administration XYZ University [last month of quarter you plan to graduate] 200X Abstract The following proposal discusses the nature of private armed...
Proposing a solution to overcome the challenges of implementing unified E- healthcare information system standards at Armed Forc
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...Armed Forces Hospitals In Saudi Arabia Abstract The armed forces hospitals in Saudi Arabia operate independent of the Ministry of Health. The situation in the government health sector is grim as there is overload as primary health care is free. The MOH has no research strategy in place to evaluate how the situation could be improved or how quality of healthcare could be enhanced. The MOH has been trying to invest in information and communication technology (ICT) to enhance healthcare but there is no consensus on how this should be conducted. The healthcare sector lacks the infrastructure... ?Proposing a Solution to Overcome the Challenges of implementing a unified e-healthcare Information System at the...
Can international institutes prevent armed conflict between states? Answer with reference to the theories of Neo-realism and Ne
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...armed conflict in the right environment. Based on the above argument humans need to tolerate and respect each others’ differences and create a peaceful social mindset that will assist them in eliminating national conflicts in the long run. Conclusively it can be established that the role of international institutions in terms of resolving national conflicts remained negligible over the past number of decades. The issues of Palestine, Kashmir and Chechnya are unresolved despite UN’s explicit directions that order concerned nations to resolve these territorial problems with the help of dialogue process. However the idea of peace... ?The Role of International s in Attaining Global Peace The Role of...
Research paper for Don't ask, Don't tell' policy is a tacit recognition discrimination in United State armed force
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...armed forces did not recruit known homosexuals. In complete contrast to the precious policy, “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” leaves the sexual preferences of new recruits unknown but does also specify that personnel who reveal their sexual preferences are subject... Introduction: People who oppose homosexuality, and they are a large group will raise their hands in acknowledgement of the work done by the undisclosed homosexuals who have fought bravely and without any hesitance for their country. General Colin Powell is of the opinion vis-à-vis gay service members that they are a bunch of pleasing, courageous, trustworthy and first-rate American citizens who have served their country well in the past and who have...
Arming the police: should the British police be routinely armed? Evidence based report on a key element on policing in UK.
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...Armed Table of contents Executive Summary This report addresses the controversial issue of whether to arm or not to arm the police. Routinely arming the police have been argued to make the criminals to be also more armed. Firearms are projected to increase on the streets and therefore some people have opposed the issue of arming these law enforcers. However, this report is strongly advocating for arming the police. Criminals would always possess guns if they like to, with or without arming the police. An armed police officer is capable of stopping an armed criminal or a killer on rampage as opposed to an officer who is not armed. Globalization has enabled criminals to acquire... British Police should be...
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery Review
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As the test is a multiple-aptitude battery, it incorporates verbal, spatial, numerical and technical content divided into separate sections: General Science, Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension, Mathematics Knowledge, Electronics Information, Auto Information, Shop Information, Mechanical Comprehension, Assembling Objects and Verbal Expression. The test incorporates a subtest, Armed Forces Qualification Test comprised by the sections Word Knowledge, Arithmetic Reasoning, Paragraph Comprehension, and Mathematics Knowledge. The separate score from these four sections creates AFQT score defining whether the applicant can be enlisted, while the main ASVAB score defin...
Discuss the performance and effectiveness of Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) as commander-in-chief during the Second World War and how he developed his relationship with the U.S. Armed Forces
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...armed forces of United States. He was held responsible... Franklin D. Roosevelt Introduction The paper discusses opinions on the administration of Franklin D. Rooseveltas the American president during the World War 2. Every individual has strong feeling towards Franklin D. Roosevelt during the time that he was the president of the United States. Some of the1 citizens in the United States disliked him as they considered him to be destroying the state together with the way of life. Other people envied him; they considered him to be a good president. Franklin D. Roosevelt was interested in the welfare of the people. During the Second World War, Franklin D. Roosevelt was the commander in chief of the armed ...
"The lack of combat support service vis-a-vis the rebel and the militia that are involved in the majority of armed conflicts in Africa today accounts for some of the most gruesome human rights violations.Discuss."
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...armed conflicts in Africa today accounts for some of the most gruesome human rights violations. Discuss. Africa has always been the focal point of militia and rebel riots where different tribes have continuously fought with each other for their freedom and rights. Even today, many countries of Africa face the trauma of these armed conflicts and guess who suffers the most? The human civilization that actually is able to sustain in this area. Human beings are treated as slaves, rather animals in Africa due to these vis-a-vis rebels and militia. There are instances of people becoming homeless... The lack of Combat support service vis-a-vis the rebel and the militia that are involved in themajority of armed ...
Do increasing opportunities for women in the military weaken our armed forces?
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...Women in the Military Women in the Military Question One Recruitment of women in the military will not ensure that women are trained in technical subjects like engineering, logistics and medicine. Technical subjects are still offered at the universities and colleges and are open to both men and women. Women can join military and fail to take the technical courses. Joining military will not chance women’s interest meaning that if a women was not interested in taking technical course she will not take it in military (Sherrow, 2007).. It is not a must to attend military in order to acquire skills because universities and colleges also offer those programs. Currently, there are women who have... in the...
Human rights in armed conflict and the relationship between international criminal law and international use of force, and the r
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...arm the Afghans to wage a resistance war against the Soviets. This led to a NATO led effort to arm the militant Islamists to defend the country. After a decade of war, the Soviet Union collapsed and they withdrew. Afghanistan was left with no government because the militant Islamists were fighters who were of different nationalities and could not form... ?Introduction The end of the Second World War created major changes and major modifications in the global order of nations. Prior to the 1900s, imperialist nations with relatively advanced military structures invaded other weaker nations and imposed their will on them. To this end, the human rights and the territorial rights of the people in these weaker ...
In this hypothetical example, a group of citizens -- armed with their own consciences and also polls showing that a majority of the American people have serious doubts about the war -- have decided to extend Occupy Boston,
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... Assessing Protest and the Place of Popular Will in Relationship to General Will It is most likely that President Obama would never deny the people of his nation the right to protest an action that he has deemed as necessary, even if it went against an action that he believed was necessary for the good of the nation. Protestation has been defined through legal means and supported through constitutional law making processes; therefore it would be supported by the current government. The mess that President Obama was left after the incompetence of his predecessor has required him to create change slowly, which includes having to take military action in order to help right the injustices... Assessing...
The Case Concerning the Pellian Workers Party (PWP)
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...armed attack that triggers the right of self defense under international law? (2) Do the acts permit the NAIOS to launch a military action in collective self defense in accordance with Article 5 of the NIAOS as well as art. 51 of the UN Charter? Response In response to the legal questions surrounding the actions of PWP and whether such actions are same like armed attack that need self-defense as provided in the customary international law, I give my response herein. Q1. Under customary international law, an armed... The Pellian Workers Party (PWP) NAIOS Secretary General RE: The Case Concerning the Pellian WorkersParty (PWP) DATE: February 13, 2014. Questions (1) Do the acts of the PWP constitute an arm...
International Relations
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...armed conflicts and human rights. The paper describes why these issues have been very significant when it comes to international relations. It also identifies the major sub-issues, developments, controversies and problems regarding the issue. The paper also points out how the two issues have been... ? International Relations International events, irrespective of where they are taking place, make an impact on the lives of citizens across the globe. International events, manly political, from the recent past like the revolution in Europe and killing of the Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi do influence and make a direct or indirect impact on other nations, and in turn its citizens. Hence, it becomes highly...
No need
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...armed conflict between two countries or a country and its government. Then focus on 32 countries from a different region in the world that has armed conflict between the years 1975 to 2011. Furthermore... ?Introduction Why do countries conflict with each other? Diversity of people’s status and other demographics can lead disagreements to arise between individuals or different parties. Effective resolution of conflict is necessary in order to ensure that people live together in harmony. Failure to resolve conflict amicably may have adverse consequences on the parties involved. Extreme cases may result in war; moreover, other cases may give way to homicide. In order to solve conflicts, it is crucial to...
BUS law
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...armed and dangerous. Once a police officer stops a vehicle for any kind of traffic offence, the basic standards as set out in Terry v Ohio must be followed. The first Terry condition stipulates that a traffic stop begins at the point when the vehicle is stopped and ends when the officer conducting the investigation tells the occupants that they can go. In Arizona v. Johnson, the standard that should be followed to an officer’s pat down of a passenger during a traffic stop is based on whether the officer reasonably suspects that the individual in question is armed and dangerous. The law does not require the officer conducting the investigation during a traffic stop to have a search warrant... Pat Down...
Discussion Forum Post
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...armed person would obey a defenceless person gratefully or a person who is not armed would feel secure in the hands of armed employees. This is due to the fact an armed individual disrespects a person who is not armed, and the defenceless person does not have confidence in anyone who can overthrow him. The author describes a wise ruler as the one who is always working in periods of peace taking the advantage of the calm period to prepare for trouble and when disaster strikes he must be ready... due: Discussion forum post The concept of Renaissance man or woman refers to a particular individual who is successfulin various fields in particular in skills that are distinct from one another. In modern world...
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...Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law Copyright A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons... The Distinction between International and Non –International...
International Law and Protection of the Children
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...Armed Conflict. By Student Name Course Institution Date Acknowledgements Certification Abstract The protection of children in humanitarian crises and armed conflict has always occupied a high priority in international political policies and debates.1 Various international instruments impose upon contracting states a specific duty to protect children from all forms of violence and exploitation particularly during humanitarian crises and armed conflict.2 While children are entitled to the protection of human rights at all times, children are accorded special protection... ?Have International Law Adequately Protected the Children? A Critical Examination of International Law during Humanitarian Crisis &...
Many Americans look back on the 1950's with nostalgia and see it as America at its best, the norm to which we should strive to return. What characterized Ameri
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...armed forces was not anymore accommodating of the African American civil rights, as was society-at-large. African American veterans returning to the south after military service in World War II were often unwilling to be subjected to the humiliation and degradation of segregation and discrimination in the land which they served to shed their blood. Some white, especially in the south... 1 America 1945 - 1960 1945 heralded the end of World War II, and the celebration oa worldwide victory for sustaining and further perpetuation of democratic ideals and laissez faire. At home there were ticker-tape parades to welcome back all of the brave men who had placed their lives in harms way in ...
International Law
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...armed conflicts. Invasion to increase the sovereign’s landholdings and achieve world domination was the name of the game. States build fortresses to defend themselves from marching legions. With the same motive of self-preservation, states also forge alliances to help them ward off potential invaders. Fast forward to the 21st century, sovereign states are no longer threatened by wars waged by an invading enemy. The threat does not come from a charging cavalry but from a small group of individuals... ?Regulating Unconventional Conflicts The world’s largest and most powerful empires, from the ancient Roman and Qing empires to the modern world’s British Empire, were created and maintained through war and...
In major militay conflicts, matters of logistics are often crucial in deciding the overall outcome of wars. Discuss with refere
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...armed forces. In its most wide-ranging aspect, it is those parts or armed forces functions that take care of (1) plan, expansion, acquirement, storage, circulation, protection, flight, and disposition of stuff; (2) carrying workforce; (3) acquirement or production, protection, function, and disposition of services; (4) acquirement or provision of facilities; and (5) medicinal as well as wellbeing service support. There was no aviation transportation division during World War I. Logistics was either via marine, motor vehicle... ?Running Head: Logistics in War Logistics in War [Institute’s Logistics in War Military logistics is the ity of scheduling and implementing the progress as well as protection of...
The Violence currently facing Colombia's "dispossessed"
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...armed groups and violations of human rights forced the land to be often referred as a country with never ending calamities. Columbia is known as the fourth largest country in South America and the life of its people mirrors its indigenous Spanish, Indian, and African origin. Activists and historians recognized the fact that Columbia is presently in front of the world’s most solemn humanitarian catastrophe. Thousands of people have lost their lives and millions are being... ?“The violence currently facing Colombia’s “dispossessed” Columbia’s relevant natural resources and its cultural diversity provide chances for sustainable development of the land. Unfortunately, decades- long violence by the annoyed...
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