Research Paper On War And Peace

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  • Finding Peace in a Culture of War

    This 8 page paper considers the way that a culture of war can develop, and defines a culture of peace by looking at the concept of a culture of war. The concepts are then applied to Africa, where there are many conflicts, and used to determine the way that nations might find lasting peace. The bibliography cites 9 sources

  • Peace Legacy Left by US Secretary of State Warren Christopher

    A ten page paper that outlines Warren Christopher's four-year tenure as U.S. Secretary of State and the lasting effect of his actions as Secretary. Emphasis is placed on the Dayton peace accords and Christopher's role in negotiating peace and ending the war in Bosnia. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • First World War and its Aftermath

    A 14 page overview of the social and political environment that resulted after World War I ended. This paper illustrates the relationships between European nations in the 1920s, contending that probably even less chance of global peace existed in post-war Europe than existed prior to the war. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Aftermath of the Cold War

    A 5 page discussion of the primary ideologies which were at play during the Cold War years and how the aftermath of those years have shaped our current world environment. Uses the events which have unfolded in Afghanistan, and the current U.S. military action in Afghanistan, to underscore the contention that the Cold War was ineffective in ensuring long term peace. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Christianity and War

    A 6 page paper on the connection between Christianity and war — the proclivity to bring religious elements into the war game by such deadly leaders as Hitler, Stalin, etc. The writer posits that most of this can be blamed on misinterpretation of The Bible to meet the leaders' political desires, but that 'the masses' are those who are actually capable of peace. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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