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Key Strategic Alliances in Middle East
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...East To me, the term Middle East refers to a region of the world that encompasses many of the world’s great religions. I would include all ofthe Arab countries as well as Israel and Egypt. In my view, the Middle East provides an ancient history that we can study and learn from. The region has also had its fair share of instability, but there have also been peaceful times as well. In a globalized economy, the importance of the Middle East will continue to grow because of the economic potential in the region. The Middle East also has access to vast amounts of oil and gas, which means that it is in America’s...
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...East over the Past 50 Years Some of the main oil producers in the Middle East include Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Iran. Oil production is said to run almost everything and the production endeavors of these three nations has greatly influenced their success for the last couple of decades (Stevens 6). In these three countries, for instance, the countries has seen an improvement in their international relations with some of the most influential countries of the world such the United States, Britain, Germany and Russia among others. Russia, in particular, has made huge investments in Saudi Arabia to ensure that the future of oil production is still bright (Stevens... Effects of Gas/Oil Production of the Middle...
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...East and Number Paper Due Middle East The general impression on the Middle Eastern internal politics is that the same is interconnected within religious fundamentalism beyond national interest. This impression is partially correct because religious belief and internal politics are interconnected within the Middle Eastern context. Besides, this results in the growth of notorious fundamentalist/terrorist groups aiming to extend their influence beyond national boundaries. Within this context, the ISIS’s transformation from Al-Qaeda’s branch to the mastermind behind the formation of Islamic State is critical for the world nations because this transformation proves that extremism can swallow... Middle East...
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...East Water has been considered a major factor that has contributed to the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Although oil andscarcity of land has been attributed to the conflict, water remains to root cause of the conflict. Since the creation of the Israeli state, conflicts between the Palestinians have concentrated on Gaza and West Bank (Gabbay, 2004). The main reason why Israel has maintained disputed settlements in Gaza and West Bank is the need to control water resource in the region. The Middle East and North Africa are the driest regions in the world despite having massive oil resources. Middle East is a desert region and thus it receives less than 250 mm of rainfall... Middle East ...
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...East: Women’s Rights and Veiling Practices Muslim women veil for different reasons. Drawing on the articles above, explain two different meanings for veiling. Be sure to provide an explanation of the foundation of each perspective. Why do various interpretations of veiling practices exist? The common meaning regarding veiling assumes a religious basis whereby according to Koran female gender ought to conceal their beauty except to certain people who include husbands and close members (Asser, 2006). Mostly, this to shun those of opposite gender sinning, which is utterly prohibited by Koran thus adherents especially women have no option but to comply (Asser, 2006). This perspective mostly... Middle East: ...
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East Asia
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...East lies Japan and on the west are the Yellow Sea and the Korea Bay. After the WWII, North Korea established a socialist economy and a self reliance policy in foreign policy and national defense (Worldatlas, n.d.). The country underwent demoralization, economic mismanagement and misplaced resource allocation but still has not given up expanding resources to maintain a huge army. North Korea has a history of poor relations with its neighbors. Even though... North Korea lies in the northern half of the Korean Peninsula and is in both the northern and eastern hemispheres. Its neighbors on the north includeChina and Russia, apart from bordering South Korea along the Korean Demilitarized Zone. On the East...
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Middle East CTE #2
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...East CTE Considering the facts such as two thirds of worlds known oil reserves being in the region and the enormous dependence of the industrialized world on fossil fuels, how do you perceive the future of oil and the Middle East? The Middle East has been the largest producer of oil in the globe for decades. The region produces 75% of the total global oil demand. The developed nations such as America and European countries have been the main beneficially of the Middle East oil. This indicates that there is a significant dependency of usage of fossil fuels and the future of the Middle East. The Middle East economies depend entirely on oil. Oil revenue constitutes about 80% of the GDP... in the...
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East and South East Asia Differences
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...East and South East Asia Differences Introduction It is agreeable that the east and Southeast Asian nations haveexperienced speedier trade and industry enlargement over the pat few decades. A number of these nations have become wealthy in the considerably shorter span of three preceding decades leading to the reference of the advancement as a trade and industry wonder. Similarly, the massive development has increasingly depended on the nations excellently established industrial set up which has increasingly promoted the fiscal and industrial advancements. Evidently, the advancements have massively benefitted from enhanced export augmentation with the economic set ups increasingly assuming... Task: East...
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Middle East Politics
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...East Politics Introduction Middle East Politics is grounded on religion and oil. The paper delves on the political issues of Middle East nations. The paper focuses on religion as an influential factor in the region’s political scene. Religion and economics plays a vital role in Middle East political management of the residents’ daily lives. Economics In terms of economics, the Middle East political scene is grounded oil production. The Middle East oil reserves can continue to supply more than 60 % of the world’s oil needs. The Persian Gulf oil reserves can deliver 62 percent of the world’s oil supply (Ayoob, 2006). The government uses oil money to uplift the lives... into the European...
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Middle east geography
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...East: Population Growth and Its Impacts (Add (Add (Add Middle East: Population Growth and Its Impacts Middle East is a geographical area that includes Western Asia and parts of Northern Africa. This region encompasses numerous long established ethnic communities including Arabs, Kurds, Turks, Jews, Persians, Armenians, Greeks, Circassians, Berbers, Assyrians, and Egyptian Copts. Middle East is a hot spot for migration. In Middle East, flow of economic and human resources is enhanced by expatriates from Arab countries. High rate of immigration flow contributes to the region’s overall development. On the strength of increased immigration flow, Arab countries gain huge revenues from remittance... Middle...
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Demonstrations in Middle East
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...East The demonstrations in the Middle East need to be investigated and explored because theroot causes of the political unrest in the region, particularly in the Arab world, require viable and long-lasting solutions. My particular interest in exploring this topic has been inspired by the recent radical and sporadic waves of civil wars, riots, protests and demonstrations that have rocked the Middle East since December 2010. The nature of most of these demonstrations has been both violent and non-violent. My inclination towards this topic has been inspired by the need to gain extensive facts and knowledge of the reasons behind the demonstrations, protests and revolts. Bearing... Demonstrations in Middle...
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East Village NYC
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...East Village NYC The sands of time often have no effect on the grid of avenues and streets as the years pass. The neighborhoods in New York City, however, are organic entities. Resultantly, they are continually evolving and shifting with new features coming up, and the ancient ones vanishing over time. No other place embodies the essence of continuous reinvention like the East Village in New York City. This paper explores the history of East Village and St. Marks, and the impact that the various cultures and movements have had on them, making them the East Village and St. Marks that we now know. Geographically placed in-between Houston Street on the southern border... ?Up s occur every 1440 minutes. East ...
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History of East Africa
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...East African Slave Trade 01 Aug 2006 Slavery is defined as a condition whereby a person, known as a slave is under the control of another. Slavery almost always occurs for the purpose of securing labor. A specific form, known as chattel slavery, is defined as the absolute legal ownership of a person or persons, including the legal right to buy and sell them just as one would a lamp or an article of clothing. History dictates that those who become slaves had different ethnicity, nationality, religion, sex or race than the dominant group, typically taken prisoner as a result of war. Capture meant death or slavery if one paid no ransom. Social entities characterized with poverty... resources....
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Middle East Economy
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...EAST Is the economy of the Middle East stagnant? The economy of the Middle East is unfortunately not very diversified. It largely depends on hydrocarbons that it puts up for sale on the international market. Even this commodity it relies on selling through a cartel—OPEC—which manipulates the price.1 It would be hard to call any country in the Middle East a free trading nation with the exception of certain enclaves belonging to the United Arab Emirates. Indeed, if one word could be chosen to describe Middle Eastern economies it would be “stagnant.” What could Middle Eastern countries do to improve their economies? Although oil is much more valuable than the cotton or other... THE ECONOMY OF THE MIDDLE...
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East Asian Community
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...East Asian Community Right after the Cold-War is over, the world has witnessed economic regionalization on the rise among neighboring nations whether through political means or as evident in increased intra-states trade. In the 1990s, regionalism comes to an age with the formation of EU (European Union) and NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement). These two organizations served as compliment to globalization rather than contradictory to it. Asian nations, particularly the East Asian economies are not exempted from the trend of regionalism. East Asian economic powers are also opting for an East Asian Community. During...
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Middle East College Essay
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...East The Middle East is the most fertile breeding ground for enduring conflict for many reasons, most of which are attributable to the ineptitude of the Great Powers - particularly following World War II - in establishing the political boundaries of the region. Conflict was sewn into the fabric of the Middle East when an Israeli state was established in the Palestinian homeland without any provision being made for the Palestinians. Further, when political boundaries of the Arab states were set without regard to ethnicity or religious heritage, it set up a situation in which Shiite and Sunni Muslims, Jews, Coptic Christians, Kurds and others were forced... into a political power vacuum that...
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Middle East Business
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...East Business The success of any business requires complete understanding of many factors. For example, it is critical to consider factors such as market, location and other social factors among others (Campbell 2007, p.56). Therefore, any company that intends to succeed in the Middle East should appreciate the existing disparities in terms of the people and other defining social issues. There are various things that companies do wrong when they try growth into the Middle-East. For example, they overlook the culture of the people in such countries. Most nations in Middle East have conservative cultures that do not accept some forms of conducting business that is prevalent in the West... ....
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...East Night Nights in the Middle East are hilarious and full of adventure for those who are out there. Having grown up in the Middle East, I have had plenty op opportunities to party in the night with my friends. As they say, Middle East never sleeps. There is activity during the day and it continues to be in the night. In fact, the glitter and shimmer of the multicolored lights during the night makes the night events even more charming and enjoyable than the day. Last year, I attended the event of The Bouncing Souls in the Middle East during the night. At this event, the group had shared some of the early work related to the discography of their eighth album. I have been listening... Event: Middle East...
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Middle East Politics
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...East Crisis & The Role of International Communities Problems Faced by Middle Eastern Countries: Middle Eastern countries are faced by many problems and crisis today. These problems mainly revolve around their lack of political stability and conflicts between the Arab states and Israel over Palestine issue. This conflict is commonly known as “Arab-Israel conflict.” Palestine problem is the core issue that is faced by Middle Eastern countries in today’s world. Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: This conflict holds a sensitive issue in the region. The rise of this issue dates back to British dominance in the region which is recently followed by US influence and gaining control in Middle East... Middle East...
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Reflection-Middle East News
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...East News In a captivating tone, Simon Tisdall gives an account of the war-torn Middle East region in the wake of 2015. The article is an expression of hope and faith of possible new dawn. There is no doubt that the globe continue to explore all possible measures to end the war in Middle East, however instead of an amicable resolutions an increased radicalization has been observed. To bring this to perspective, Tisdall provides an account of hope since President Obama took over power promising a decade of truce. He cite his historical speech in Cairo in June 2009 as a remarkable hope that would have seen peace and stability. Sadly, these hopes have continue to dwindle... Reflection-Middle East...
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Homophobia In Middle East
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...East Introduction There has been a heightened homophobia crisis in the world and more specifically in the Middle East region. Hardly a day passes without news of brutal and aggressive behavior against the increasing number of homosexual groups coming out in the open. It is really an escalating tug of war between the homophobic society, human rights activists, and homosexual oriented persons. Undeniably, the Middle East society has been adamant in supporting lesbians, gay bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) groups since time immemorial. What is the status of homophobia In Middle East? This paper addresses the current issues of homophobia in Middle East by trying... Causes and Trends of Homophobia in Middle...
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Middle East Politics
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...East Politics The book taken for consideration is The Great War of Civilization: The conquest of the Middle East by Robert Fisk and published by Knopf Publishing Group. 1. The Problem The problem taken by the author is one of Middle East History in the last 25 years; the political issues that let to a largely violent turn that was soon christened terrorism. The mercenaries who started as supporters of the west and slowly but steadily converted themselves to be anti US and UK. This problem is analyzed and presented with zest and reason. The book presents these problems adequately and explains the origins of the problems and how they got developed though it does not look at providing any... Middle East...
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Middle East Militarization
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...East Militarization The Middle East has been for a long period of time been a war zone. The reason is getting the supreme power. Be it amongst the countries themselves, or to get the power over oil. Oil has been a major source of economy for the Middle Eastern countries. One of the current lists which have been collected by the Associated Press says that out of the top 20 oil-producing countries Iran is at No. 4 on that list, which produces about 4.0 million barrels of oil per day. The oil production of Iran is critical for the world. But we have seen what exactly happened to Iran during and after the war. The whole concept of militarization in Iran brought its own doomsday... ?Militarization Middle East ...
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The internatonal middle east
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...East The Middle East is considered as one of the most happening regions around the world these days, for reasons like; rich oil resources, the perpetual Gaza strip conflicts, the war on terror, falling prices of oil, shopping, real estate etc. There’s no doubt that the Middle East region is rich in resources, but somehow the kind of growth which should have been there is the region is missing. One possible region for this could be the lack of a coordinated approach amongst the Middle East countries. We have examples of the European model, which is based on mutually agreed framework of agreements and while retaining the sovereign identity, the entire European region... is considered to be one...
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Middle east issue
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...East – Aftermath Middle Eastern conflicts in all aspects known to the populace beyond the region may have long exhausted global attention with monotonous theme which geopolitics has struggled to overcome for years. Yet besides the ever controversial issue over oil primarily and the rest of the energy resources in question since the Gulf War broke, much involvement and interest to take control of the vast resources has been at stake to account for managing the crisis and emerge in power as well. The concern to stabilize power upon acquisition of territories among the former and later imperial dominions by Britain, USA, France, and former Soviet Union took roots during European colonial times... Middle...
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Middle east economy
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...East Economy Introduction The Middle East consists of around 16 countries in the region bordering Africa to the north east, partly bordering Europe to the south east and the other eastern states like India. The present populations of the countries show a high density and the average annual economic growth is still low with b a high of 4% for Qatar and a -0.33% for Syria according to the United States census bureau (International data base). The countries are endowed with high oil deposits in their respective reserves and this is the most economic commodity that supports their existence. On economic issues, there has been a traditional shaping... institutions that that accounted for the...
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History of East Africa
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...East African Slave Trade 01 Aug 2006 Slavery is defined as a condition whereby a person, known asa slave is under the control of another. Slavery almost always occurs for the purpose of securing labor. A specific form, known as chattel slavery, is defined as the absolute legal ownership of a person or persons, including the legal right to buy and sell them just as one would a lamp or an article of clothing. History dictates that those who become slaves had different ethnicity, nationality, religion, sex or race than the dominant group, typically taken prisoner as a result of war. Capture meant death or slavery if one paid no ransom. Social entities characterized with poverty... resources....
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African Music (East Africa)
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...East Africa) African music is an art that can be traced way back before the colonial period and has developed to the modern music production, which has been influenced by technology, as well as African and western cultures. Africa is generally known to host numerous cultures due to the different language speaking populations, even after the influence of colonial languages (English and French). Countries like Nigeria have more than 500 languages; East Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, and Kenya have approximately less than a total of 250 languages with identified speakers. These numerous languages come with their cultures in way of life and behavior. However... ? Music 31 January African Music...
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East African trade route
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...East African Trade Route Africa’s History originates from the growth and development of the slave trade. The establishment of major trade routes serves as major links to other territories within African and the outside the continent. The earliest population of Greeks and roman merchants influenced the rise of trading communities on the eastern coast. As a result, several cities developed as large trading centers serving the immediate mixed population at the coast. The influence from the trade routes significantly generated a rise of powerful city-states and the rapid development of the historic slave trade. Other effects of the trade routes include a cultural interaction...
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The South East Plan
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...East Plan submitted to the government during the month of March inthe year 2006. The Final draft to this document will be submitted two years after the document that will be studied in the latter portions of the essay. There are several issues that have been highlighted in the document. these range from Social and Cultural health issues, Tourism and Sports, Cross cutting policies, Town Centres, economy, Communications and Transport, Housing, Management of built environments, to Waste and Minerals. However, for purposes of this essay, two main issues have been selected and these are; Housing Communication... and transport 1) Presentation of key issues How housing is presented in the...
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Middle East Colonialism
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...East Colonialism Middle East Colonialism Introduction Cole (1999) narrated that colonies existed before the colonialism in the Middle East. Some countries dominated over others without the colonial system that was introduced by the west and were inform of empires though these empires were quite informal More often the grouping of these informal empires with the aim of pursuing their interest resulted into revolutions. Some of these revolutions were: The Egyptian revolution of 1882, the Iranian Revolution of 1979 among several others. This paper focuses on the intervention of the Middle East, the transformation, and independence of countries in the region. According to Salaita (2006... ),...
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East Asian Women
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...East Asian Women: Power Indian women are still living the same life that European women used to live in the Victorian Era. There is lack of freedom.Although the trend is not the same everywhere, but the rural areas where the literacy rate is close to negligible, women are suppressed by the men and their rights are subdued. Men enjoy much greater power than women. Women are either not allowed to work at all or are given permission to menial works. In the rural areas, men don’t allow the women to work out of the home and earn money. In the traditional Indian village, man assumes the complete responsibility of earning the money while a woman’s role is limited to the domestic...
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Demonstrations in Middle East
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...East Demonstrations in Middle East By December the leader of Yemen had been forced out of power, and major protests were witnessed in Syria, Bahrain, Iraq, Jordan and Kuwait. Minor protests have taken place in Oman, Mauritania, the Palestinian Authority and Saudi Arabia (Haddad, Bsheer & Abu-Rish, 2012). Associated events outside the Arab World comprise of clashes in Israel, 2011, and protests in Iranian Khuzestan in April, 2011 by Arab minorities. The sectarian conflicts in Lebanon were explained as a spill out violence of the Syrian demonstrations, and; therefore, the regional Middle East demonstrations. This demonstrations, all summed up, are referred to as the Arab... ? Demonstrations in Middle East...
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East Asian Financial Crisis
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...East Asian crisis could be considered as one of the most important of all financial events in the twentieth century, to have hampered the smooth functioning of various economies throughout the world. Though the causes of the crisis, as figured out by eminent observers, did not correspond much with any such crises in the past, its impact had far-fetched effect. Economists consider it to be almost a lesson and had tried to evaluate the actual causes that led to it. In addition, it is also important to know the outcome that the factors followed. Hence, overall, the subject of East Asian crisis is till date, a highly discussed topic among economists. The following sub sections... Literature Review The East ...
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East Asia Studies
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...East Asia Studies There has been tremendous changes in situations in East Asia, the East Asia of today barely resembles that was only a decade ago. Recent proliferation of several mini9sterial conferences and numerous multilateral dialogues, along with various calls for the creation of the East Asian community has built great confidence between the states and has ensured great stability in the center of such prompt transformations. However, the primary impetus to ensuring regionalism and integration of East Asia calls for cooperation between the states in a broader range of areas which would in turn...
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East Asian Growth
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...East Asian Growth Introduction Paul Krugman's (2000) study on the economy starts with the study on the Russian economic growth and the later incidents that led to the increase in the growth of East Asia and the Asian Tigers. The East Asian countries showed remarkable growth rates to catch up with the western nations that are far ahead, only to come down on their growth rate before slowly climbing back again to meet a steady state growth rate. The data related to tracing this performance of the Asian nations is analysed. The performance of these countries seem to be closer to the Solow's (1956) model for steady state economic growth derived and based out of Cobb-Douglas Production function... ...
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Middle east economy
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...East Economy Introduction The Middle East consists of around 16 countries in theregion bordering Africa to the north east, partly bordering Europe to the south east and the other eastern states like India. The present populations of the countries show a high density and the average annual economic growth is still low with b a high of 4% for Qatar and a -0.33% for Syria according to the United States census bureau (International data base). The countries are endowed with high oil deposits in their respective reserves and this is the most economic commodity that supports their existence. On economic issues, there has been a traditional shaping of the way... Lecturer: Historical Underdevelopment of Middle...
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East Asian civilization: Japan
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...East Asian civilization: Japan In the mid 19th century, Japan was characterized as being feudal. There werealso some primitive tribal elements in the Japanese society. The Tokugawa state was divided into four main social classes. The military class came first, common peasant farmers followed below them, and the craftsmen and artisans came below the peasant. At the bottom of the social class was the commercial class. Individuals who lived through trading rather than physical labor in the farms were degraded in the society; even the artisans did not effectively fit into the simple peasant society (Bellah 87). There were feudal domains such as the Daimyo domains, which had...
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Greater Middle East
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...East; comprising the Fertile Crescent, parts of the Mediterranean coast, the Arabian peninsula, and parts of North Africa. This unique... Geography has a powerful role in determining the way in which a given region develops. This can be seen in many places around the globe as distinct geographies result in racial, linguistic, cultural, or economic differences that would otherwise not be present if the unique geographic facets of a region did not push these factors to exist in a certain way. Perhaps one of the most obvious regions in the world where geography has had a profound impact upon the development of culture and economics is with respect to the area that is collectively known as the Middle East; ...
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Politics in East London
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...East London Introduction There are a total of 32 London Boroughs in the “Greater London” that include the boroughs of Hackney, Croydon, Tower Hamlets, and Lewisham in East London (politics.co.uk, 2013). Most of the functions of the local government are performed by the councils of the London boroughs. They assume the responsibility of a whole range of services that include but are not limited to housing, education, planning, social services, libraries, leisure and recreation, waste collection and disposal, collection of tax, and maintenance of environmental health and safety. This paper discusses the current political system and main challenges encountered by Hackney, Croydon, Tower... ?Politics in East...
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Developmental state(East Asia)
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...East Asia had enjoyed unprecedented sustained and rapid growth in their economies. From around 1970s, different view emerged as explanations to this rapid industrialization in these Asian economies. Some theorists to explain the this trend used the dependency theory while others tried to use the third way method in explaining the cultural value systems of the Asian countries as as a major cause (Wallerstein 1982, Berger 1988, Kahn 1979). However, the core idea can be classified into two major approaches: The market-centric approach which is based on Liberalism(or neoclassical) and state-centric... Explaining the rapid growth of the EACs; Level Analytics Introduction In the late 1920s, the countries in...
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Mysticism in East Asia
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...East Asia Modernity is a process of transformation which mainly began after the nineteenth century. It is considered to be a development and change from the old to the new. The period of modernity was a time of change which reached its peak in the mid nineteenth century. The concept of capitalism emerged and the differences between the west and the east also emerged. West was considered to be the superior side. It was later that interest of the western countries developed in the east and the faith of Buddhism was closely seen. Buddhism was considered to be a religion of east and this religious belief also underwent changes of modernity. The powers of the western world that colonized... Mysticism in East...
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Middle East Militarization
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...East Militarization The Middle East has been for a long period of time been a war zone. The reason is getting the supreme power. Be it amongst the countries themselves, or to get the power over oil. Oil has been a major source of economy for the Middle Eastern countries. One of the current lists which have been collected by the Associated Press says that out of the top 20 oil-producing countries Iran is at No. 4 on that list, which produces about 4.0 million barrels of oil per day. The oil production of Iran is critical for the world. But we have seen what exactly happened to Iran during and after the war. The whole concept of militarization in Iran brought its own doomsday... Militarization Middle East...
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East Coast Yachts
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...East Coast Yachts Answer A Dutch auction based IPO is attractive for East Coast Yachts (ECY) because of the lowerexpenses in comparison to the traditional IPO. In the Dutch Auction IPO anyone can bid for the issue of the company that means more bidders make it possible to have a true valuation of the company stock. In the Dutch auction, though companies need an investment bank for underwriting the IPO but the costs, in comparison to traditional route, are lower. Also, investors can enter only one bid and not multiple bids at different quantities. In this kind of bid process, the allotment is made "to the bidders from the highest bids down, until all of...
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THE MID-EAST
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...east for some time now, despite monumental efforts by everyone involved. The Six Day’s war, rather than leading to lasting peace, for instance, only intensified the conflict within the Levant itself (Shoshan 38), and the more recent war against Palestine by Israel served only to inflame opposition and further empower Hamas. This quote obscures, however, the fact that there is still a possibility of peace... Prof’s Arab-Israeli Conflict and the Hope for Peace The claim that “historical tragedies ... occur when right clashes with right” seems, on its surface, to be a nearly perfect explanation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The fact is, both sides have the righteousness of a realistic argument...
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History: East Asian Civilization
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...East Asian Civilization East Asia has one of the richest histories on the planet. This arises from the variants of traditions, political ideology andreligions that based on Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism. Combined, these three basically form the history of the three predominant Asian countries. The books Sources of East Asian Tradition, vol. 1, by W.M Theodore de Bary, and A History of East Asia: From the Origins of Civilization to the Twenty-First Century, by Charles Holcombe, go ahead to bring out the relationship these ideologies. This paper shall analyze the influence of Buddhism on Zhu Xi, Mencius and the school of...
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Health in East London
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...EAST LONDON  By         Health in East London Introduction Mind is a mental health care organization in Newham East London that offers health care services to the public, an institution provides support, and advices people experiencing mental health problems. Mental health has become a major problem since at least one in four people experience a mental health problem at some point in their lives. It could be mild in state or deeply rooted as for the case of schizophrenia. Some people may suffer it for a short time while others may suffer for a long time with the same problem. Short-term mental illnesses include depression that people suffer at some point in life based on how they live... HEALTH IN EAST...
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East Asian Politics
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...East Asia region between the American ally and other world powers in the region. May be that would lead to more transparency, lifting of trade regulations and promote regional trade for a stronger political economy. 5. What are the major sources of your research? “Ideology and Christianity in Japan” by Kiri Paramore, (New York: Routledge, 2009), pp.35-50 “Japan: Political Institutions & Political... PLSI 411-Spring Research paper topic proposal How Traditional Japanese Expansionism during WWII, Militarism and Current Political IdeologyAffects Her Regional Cooperation with Her Neighbors 1. What is your Research Question? To what extent has Japanese traditional approach to territorial expansion during W...
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East European Jews
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...East European Jews The 350 years of association with the United s have provided Jews with certain unique freedoms and advantages compared to minorities in other parts of the world. However, the challenges they had to surmount had been quite considerable. Not least of which is the Catholic and Protestant theologies, which label Jews as the “Children of Darkness” (Kampelman 585). The Jewish community including the Eastern European group was subject to hatred crimes throughout their American history. The first Jewish settlers arrived on the shores of America in 1654. They were greeted with hostility the moment they landed in New Amsterdam. The government of the day also...
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U.S. & The Middle East
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...East I. The U.S. imports billions of gallons of oil each year. It is the lifeblood of the economy and without oil the country would fall into a deep depression and its national security would be greatly compromised. Many nations, including some that have never been a true ally, could either slow or stop the flow of oil. Even a small interruption in oil flow would cause prices to rise rapidly. A war in the Middle East might cripple the U.S. The U.S. should reduce or eliminate its dependence on foreign oil by investing in alternative energy such as solar, wind, natural gas and nuclear power. It would produce jobs that could not be outsourced, is environmentally sound and would make... U.S. and the Middle...
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