The trial of Saddam Hussein
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According to Michael Sharf, the Saddam Hussein trial can be classed as one of the most important cases in international law because (a) the scale of atrocities was high (b) Hussein was a top ranking leader (c) interest of the international community due to the coalition led against Iraq (d) sets a legal precedent for international crimes and (e) effect of the trial and whether it was perceived as fair.
USA Drug Policy approach on Colombia and Afghanistan
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This paper evaluates the US drug policies in Colombia and Afghanistan and compares and contrasts the two approaches. Ultimately, it will be argued that although influenced by entirely different policy agendas, the US’s primary concern was for safeguarding the safety and security of Americans, both at home and abroad.
World Trade Organization Today
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This paper provides an understanding of the WTO (World Trade Organization) system and its implications to government policies and international business. The issues examined include scope and definition of investment, transparency, non-discrimination, settlement of disputes and balance of payment safeguard.
Is Rousseau best thought of as democratic or totalitarian in his social philosophy?
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He was such a versatile in his opinion that on one hand he held the opinion to experience democracy, while on the other he felt the urge to be totalitarian.
Should the UK join the Euro currency
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This essay gives detailed information about the European Union and its currency. The creation of the Union has been one of the most significant achievements of the European countries. The main target of the Community created was the formulation of a basis for free trade and transportation between the member states, gradually this target has been alternated.
Nation State and Transnational Entities
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According to the report a nation is a group of people that is tightly-knit and which shares a common culture. It is larger compared to a single community or tribe, that share a common language, history, institutions, and religion. By this definition therefore, a nation does not necessarily need to have physical borders.An example of a nation is Japan.
Federalism
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Wachendorfer defines Federalism as a principle by which the powers of the government are divided so that the national and regional governments are each co-ordinate and independent (Wachendorfer, 2005, pp. XIV-XV). The majority of the people agree that it is an association of states, which has common purposes, and the member states retain a certain amount of their independence.
The United States: The Worlds Melting Pot
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The United States has been styled a “Melting Pot.” As Herman Melville said, “We are not a narrow tribe of men … No: our blood is as the flood of the Amazon, made up of a thousand noble currents all pouring into one”. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the collection of peoples that have settled this country, bringing with them a wealth of cultural variety and a willing labor force.
The Globalization of World Politics
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The paper will discuss the causes of the two world wars with special attention to the nature of international system.
Breakdown of Venezuelan Democracy
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The rise of Hugo Chávez into Venezuela’s presidency marked a major period in the country’s political, economic, and social landscape. Initially, Hugo Chávez was perceived as a true reformer that would transform the country and end the corruption that had become so rampant (Radu 279).
Foreign policies in the Middle East .
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The tactics are strategically engaged to interrelate with other countries. The research on such strategies is known as foreign policy analysis. Due to the excavating level of transnational activities and globalization, the nation will also require to interact with other actors so that the country can achieve its economic and social goals.
Utopianism
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The political condition of France and Great Britain gave the impression of strong nation-states to the rest of Europe which had inspired intrigue and even jealousy throughout the rest of Europe. This bred a desire to unify among the other nations.
The Ideology of Liberalism
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The main topic of this essay explains developing and effects, which the Industrial Revolution brought. It took place of the eighteenth century and brought momentous changes in all aspects of life in England and Europe, such as rapid urbanization and the factory system. These societal and economic factors led to the birth of the ideologies of Liberalism and Socialism.
Social Imperialism
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Social-imperialism is a term typically used in an offensive approach to describe people, states that are "socialist in manner imperialist in deeds". The expression is originally used in Leninist circles during the 20th century discussions on the position of the international workers' movement towards the war in European.
Racist Violence In America
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The author, Henry Giroux, argues that the American society perpetuates aggression and remains suspicious of the minorities and the poor who are being constantly criminalized and regarded as outcasts. His attitude towards social conditions in the United States is stated clearly and reflected in the way he approaches.
Israeli-Arabs Peace Negotiations
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Up to the recent times, both Israel and Palestine seem not ready to concede some of the ideas that other parties claim they require for the sake of agreeing to compromise an agreement. This paper describes the Arab-Israel conflict and the current negotiating attempts that are ongoing.
Why has the UN Security Council been so Unsuccessful in its Attempts at Managing World Order?
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According to the report to achieve the United Nation’s objective, significant effort has been evident. In most cases, the results have fallen far short from the goals. In order to meet its goals, the UN has regularly held global conferences to address the security issues. Several factors have contributed to the UNSC’s unsuccessful management global order.
Current political issue of Fluoridation in Queensland/Brisbane
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It is quite typical matter, that has caused a great deal of disagreement during much of its lifetime. Artificial water fluoridation has been around for 60 years, with the purpose of reducing dental decay. and since the sixties every capital city in Australia has been fluoridated, except Brisbane.
International Relations - Iraq Conflict
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As Iraq represented the cradle of civilization to the ancient world, it has represented the cradle of conflict in the post – Cold war world. For many people born in the peaceful countries of the west or in the troubles states of Near East at the end of the 20th century, Iraq was their formative experience of war in the modern world
From Parties to President
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The VA shall permit voluntary disenrollment within 30 days after initial enrollment and under specified circumstances the VA shall prescribe to the extent that such disenrollment does not jeopardize the fiscal integrity of the plan.
Database Architecture and Administration
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According to the discussion while databases have been used since the beginning of electronic computing, the earliest databases were custom made for organizations, difficult to operate and extremely inefficient. These file-based systems needed specific, custom-built programs to access and manage it.
Canadian Multiculturalism
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Historical Events of Multiculturalism in Canada In the 1940s Canada was seen in terms as an English and French culture, by linguistics and political identities, and to some extent Aboriginal. During the First World War, Jewish Canadians were seen, especially in Quebec as anti-Semitism which the Catholic Church of Québec associated the Jews as modernists, and liberalists, which was an unacceptable value.
Effects of Welfare Reform
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Explaining and understanding welfare reform can help answer the question as to the effects of welfare reform. The reasoning behind the study will help to discover if welfare reformed has and will be beneficial or is not beneficial and a waste of time. Further explaining the importance will decide whether or not to support or fight against welfare reform.
Cyber Security Threat Posed by a Terrorist Group
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From this research, it is clear that now, it becomes evident that there are various things to be taken care of at the same time, though protecting the defense and nuclear installations from cyber attacks is the most important thing. One method is to have web filters that can effectively prevent access to designated sites.
Nationalization
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The major reason behind nationalization of industries is the safeguarding of its interests in wake of intense international competition. Nationalization also occurs if there is a change in government and the political ideology of the government demands a dramatic change in the country’s economic policy.
Canadian Heritage
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From this research it is clear that one needs to look no further than a cursory review of the developed nations around the globe that place an emphasis on governmental sponsorship for culture and the arts to notice a key trend with regards to the overall level and standard of living, economic strength, and importance that art and culture play within such systems.
Tax Reform In The United States
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Taking into consideration Bush tax cuts, it appears that the current financial system fails to achieve each of the stated objectives. Although at the moment, the U.S. government may boast of budget surplus, later on, if fiscal policies today are continued in the future, this system will result in huge escalating deficits.
Israeli-Iran Conflict
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History has it that good relations between Israel and Iran ended since the Islamic revolution during the Pahlavi dynasty. The Iranians refers to Israel as the occupied territories and not as otherwise an independent country. Fears heightened between the two countries after the Iranian election that saw Mahmud Ahmadinejad come into power in 2005.
What is Democracy?
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It is meant to be an inclusive process that gives all citizens the opportunity to participate in the decision-making processes, by way of a “social contract”, that a citizen can take part and support their government until such a time that they no longer want to participate.
Role of Political Parties in Japan
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Japan is an Island country which consists of four major and thousands of small islands. It has an area of 377, 835 square kilometers.
International Relations
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The geopolitical objectives of the United States mainly encompass its conventional policies to conserve a significant share of world oil, to ensure a secure supply of energy resources, to dominate its existing and potential competitors, and most importantly to protect the existence of the state of Israel from any regional threats.
Fifth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States
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According to the paper the Sheriff could seize private property through a summary process, when an ex parte application was filed with the court clerk together with the posting of a bond for double the value of the property to be seized. The owners would have to repossess their property by putting in their claim within three days and paying double the value of the property with the Court.
Public Relations Issue Tracking on Current Event Topic
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The decision of Justice Sandra O’Connor to step down from the Supreme Court of The United States of America was the event that led to the subsequent controversy over the appointment of her successor to the Supreme Court. An analysis of the events and the controversy provides an opportunity to observe the role public relations plays in matters that are related to public opinion.
Karl Marx and Capitalism
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While we are aware of Marx’s antagonism toward capitalism as a state of economic and political being, and his denunciation of it, what we are unaware of are certain paradoxes a reading of Marx’s theory would present, which led to capitalism becoming a stronger entity: not by striking against these paradoxes, but feeding on them, by incorporating certain ideas.
Compare and contrast between liberalism and conservatism
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Liberalism deals with the importance of liberty and equality whereas conservatism emphasises the traditional principles and customs. Liberalism and conservatism are prominent in the current world.
What is Politics?
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During the primordial state of man, chaos is everywhere due to the stiff competition for survival. Man lives in an inevitable partition against other individual to secure territory, food and property. Decentralization is the embodiment of man’s primitive status quo.
The Role of Women in Business
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The main focus of this short essay is political and bussiness life of Rosa Parks, who was a woman from United States from America. Like other African-Americans, Rosa Parks was deeply disturbed by the black male Emmett Till’s murder by white men. This murder might be one of the reasons why Rosa Parks decided to not leave her seat on the bus, thus setting the start of the Civil Rights Movement in America.
Women In Power Roles
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According to the report women, who comprise half the world's population, do two-thirds the world's work, earn one-tenth of the world's income, and own one-hundredth of the world's property. Appropriates roles are a direct consequence of societal preferences and the notion that there are certain “provinces” wherein only men may perform satisfactorily
Humanitarian Intervention: A Realist Perspective
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In the post-Cold War international system, humanitarian intervention has become a key issue of deliberation, and perhaps poses the greatest challenge to the norms of international society.
International Relations Theories
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This paper concerns the realism and liberalism as the two major theories of international politics. Although they differ with respect to their basic assumptions about the nation-state, the international order and the role of conflict in the international system, both of them provide substantial insight into the ways in which the international order is structured.
Globalization and Public Policy of U7
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Author of this essay explained globalization and outsourcing, that are often misnderstood by their critics. It also covers the history of developing U7 political and economic association, along with the relations between countries participants and it's pros and cons for United States of America on each level.
Fascism and Marxism
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Fascism and Marxism.In a way, these two terms are opposites. Both call for a central government that is strong but fascists believe the people should play the role of serving while Marxists believe that it is the state that should serve the people.
International Relations
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Since the Clinton administration, the US government has taken a hard line against the North Korean nuclear capability. The US was not working to persuade North Korea to become democratic or hold free elections. In addition, there have been few credible attempts to bring North Korea out of isolation, with the exception of South Korea's unification policies.
Personal Statement for UCAS
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The researcher states that the development of a country is always fascinating to study for him, mostly because a lot can be learnt from it. Some of the particular topics that are of importance to the researcher are mentioned in this brief essay, such as corruption, human rights, and discrimination, that sadly can happen anywhere.
Pricing the Flagships
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The descriptive representation refers to the similarity in background between the officials elected and their constituents. The central hypothesis of the study is that since blacks have traditionally benefited from lower tuition fees, universities located in regions with higher percentages of blacks are likely to charge lower tuition.
A policy review of affordable housing in London
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 Unlike the rest of the country, London has a different housing market. These include property demands, tenures and households mix, affordability or buying affordability as well as the levels of acute need for affordable housing.  These differences distinguish London housing from the rest of England and contribute to the affordable housing challenges that London faces. 
Thesis On E-Government In Jordan
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The results have been pretty drastic ever since E-government was implemented within different nations thus showing the benefits loud and clear. Hence came a term by the name of E-government and with it there were a lot of changes to the conventional manner of going about doing things in the governmental environs.
Benefits of Integrated Transportation
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The author states that the approach of transportation policies allows the respective governments to take major steps over the reduction of traffic cognition in the national landscape. The policies further allow in minimizing the involvement of vehicles in certain locations with respect to the major steps taken to reduce the environmental concern.
Democracy Promotion for Realism, Liberalism, Constructivism
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One of the main components of U.S. foreign policy is democracy promotion. It matters to realism, liberalism, and constructivism, depending on how they see U.S.-led democracy promotion’s impacts on the international political system. These theoretical approaches vary in how they see the difference between projection of value and projection of power.
Ruling Forms
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Reportedly, if Imperialism constitutes the political system that primarily aims at controlling the markets and economy of another country that it rules through its government then, does the relinquishing of political power by the colonizer necessarily signify the end of imperialism or imperial influence.
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