Research Papers on All Issues in Global Politics

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  • Popularity of Turkey's AKP Truth and Justice Party

    This 10 page paper is an outline for a project or dissertation that examines how and why the AKP (Truth and Justice Party) in Turkey have become so popular. The paper outlines the area of research with primary and secondary research questions and then undertakes a brief literature review to indicate the direction of the the proposed research. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

  • Security in the Global Context

    This 20 page paper is made up of a 15 slide PowerPoint presentation along with speaker notes examining what is meant by the globalization of security and how security has become a global issue. The presentation looks at what is meant by globalization, identifies different types of threat, including, but not limited to, war, terrorism, crime as well as energy and food security. The problems are defined and described along with some of the global responses to those problems. The bibliography cites 9 sources.

  • Australia and Compulsory Voting

    This 6 page paper provides an overview of compulsory voting in Australia, inclusive of statistics and comparisons with other nations. The subject of compulsory voting is discussed. A thesis is presented along with a research proposal. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Do Western Ukrainians Have A Different Sense Of National Identity In Comparison To Eastern Ukrainians? A Research Proposal

    This 13 page paper is a research proposal to study the perception of national identity in Western Ukraine in the context of the current difficulties in the country. The paper has the aim of determining if the majority of the present days Western Ukrainians do not see themselves as one nation with Eastern Ukrainians due to differences in the perception of 'national' identities that have been formed. The paper presents an introduction, hypothesis, literature review looking at the history of the county and its impact on national identity as well as concepts concerning the way national identity is formed. The paper also presents a methodology including primary research. The bibliography cites 60 sources.

  • Was Genocide Committed During the Gulf Wars?

    This 4 page paper is a proposal for research to assess whether or not there was genocide committed by the allies in the first and the second gulf wars. The paper gives an introduction, a rationale, a brief literature review and a methodology. The bibliography cites 10 sources.

  • UK Welfare Benefits and Asylum Seekers' Dissertation Proposal

    This 22 page paper is the proposal for a dissertation to examine the impact of the UK welfare state on asylum seekers and how this impacts particularly on Somali woman and children who may be mire vulnerable and need more support than other asylum seekers groups. The paper outlines research questions, presents an outline literature review that includes consideration of the role of the welfare state and the way in which asylum seekers and refuges are treated and a methodology for primary research with the use of interviews. The bibliography cites 45 sources.

  • An Examination of Aborigine Oppression in Doctor Worreddy's Prescription for Enduring the Ending of the World

    This 3 page paper discusses this complex and insightful telling of the oppression of the Aborigines in Australia. This story illustrates the ways in which the whites oppressed the blacks and how the culture and history of the Aborigines was devestated as a result. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Analysis of Al Qaeda's Strategy And Organization

    10 pages in length. The agenda typical of militant operations is that of complete anarchy; the fact that suicide missions are one of the most widely used tactics speaks to a mindset whereby no life is sacred, not even their own. The world-view of fundamentalists like Al Qaeda is unlike the rest of the civilized planet, with skewed perspectives, inflated self-importance and malicious agendas fueling the global mayhem. Al Qaeda's steadfast organization and extremist strategy resembles several who wreaked havoc throughout history with the same intent to isolate or abolition by way of fanaticism. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Western Thought and Universal Law

    This 8 page paper presents the idea that Western thought is quite different from ideas found in the rest of the world. Hinduism is discussed in depth. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • IHL and the Gulf War

    This 5 page paper examines the role of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) during the Gulf War, the paper considers the requirements of IHL, the issues it raised during this conflict, the way in which it was violated by both sided and the lessons for the future. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

  • Citizenship Understanding and Naturalization Laws

    This 12 page paper discusses the naturalization laws of various countries and how those laws reveal the value which is placed upon citizenship. This paper shows that different countries have different naturalization requirements, and therefore each highlights their own ideas about what a citizen should offer to society. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Article 2 of the European Uunion Draft Constitutional Treaty

    This 6 page paper first looks at Article 2 pf the EU Draft Constitution and then considers whether or not Council Directive 2003/9/EC, lays down the minimum standards for the reception of asylum seekers, can be seen as building on it. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • AIDS and Accusations Haiti and the Geography of Blame by Paul Farmer

    This 7 page paper examines the social inequalities that have shaped the epidemiology of AIDS. Furthermore, this paper examines the cultural implications of the disease as well as the specific problems associated with the Haitian population. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • News Articles/Geography

    A 3 page paper which examines news articles on a website and then examines the geography associated with those stories, internationally. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • U.S. and Australia Country Facts

    4 pages in length. The writer briefly discusses geography, economics, government, religion, language and exchange rate as they relate to Australia and the United States. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Influences and Development of Great Britain

    This 3 page paper is an analysis of Britain and considers the impact of globalisation and the geographical impacts of different development trends, such as the industrial revolution and the natural physical geography. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Country Comparison: Spain And The United States

    5 pages in length. The national infrastructure of both Spain and the United States shares many statistical similarities and noteworthy differences. Examining aspects of geography, military, economics and environment, one gains a significantly better understanding of each nation's diversity and parallels. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • History and Structure of the WTO

    A 10 page research paper tracing the origins of the WTO from it's GATT beginnings and including critical views of the organization's strengths, weaknesses and direction. The paper examines the structure of the WTO, briefly including decision/appeal procedures and how the WTO could affect the sovereignty of member nations. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • North America and the Immigration of the Scots

    This 28 page paper discusses the history of the immigration of Scotts to the United States and Canada. Specifically, this paper explores the reasons for their immigration, as well as settlement patterns, hardships they endured, ports of entry and so forth. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

  • World History Effects of Three Forms of Nationalism

    A 6 page paper which examines how nationalism influenced 19th and 20th century world history, also considering the various factors in each and what they share in common. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • 'The End of History?' by Francis Fukuyama

    A 17 page paper that presents an outline and explanation of Fukuyama's thesis about the end of history and the last man. The essay "The End of History?" published in 1989 and the book, The End of History and the Last Man, published in 1992 are still being discussed and analyzed in today's literature. Fukuyama's works created a great deal of furor and criticism in some circles and were applauded in other circles. This paper reports the interpretations of these two works by numerous scholars and also presents the criticisms levied against the thesis by other scholars. The thesis is that liberal democracy has won as the preferred system; this was evidenced by the end of the Cold War and this constitutes the end of history. One question asked by a number of authors is whether Fukuyama means this is the end of history or the end of historical thinking? The thesis is much more complex than this statement would imply and the complexities are discussed and reflected upon. The writer includes their own reflections. Bibliography lists 21 sources.

  • History of WMDs in Iraq

    This 6 page paper examines the weapons of mass destruction that Iraq possessed prior to the U.S. invasion of that country. Furthermore, this paper provides analysis as to the reasons for the U.S. invasion as well as the history of prior wars between the U.S. and Iraq. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Islamic History Questions

    A 6 page question/answer address of the volatility that has characterized the Middle East. The author addresses four specific questions: 1. List and explain three types of Islamic renewal or reform. 2. In what ways did the decline of the Ottoman Empire set the stage for increased American involvement in the Middle East? 3. What broad political strategy did the Eisenhower administration use to meet the challenges of Arab nationalism? 4. To what extent was the deterioration of US-Egyptian relations a result of a personal conflict between Lyndon Johnson and Nasser? Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • A Short History of World War I by Jame Stokebury

    This 3 page paper provides a summary and analysis of, "A Short History of World War I". This paper highlights the strengths of this book as well as the major conclusions of the author. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Developments in Negotiation Theory

    This 26 paper looks at the development and scope of negotiation theory and its’ interdependence with conflict theory. The paper is written as a literature review and focuses research published in or after 2007. The different approaches to negotiations are outlined along with the potential for different factors impact on the way they take place and their outcomes. Influences such as emotions, stereotyping, social issues, the media and trade are all included in the review. A table at the end of the paper summarizes the research. The bibliography cites 25 sources.

  • Reducing Dependence on Foreign Oil in the Transportation Industry

    This 5 page paper discusses why it's vital that America reduce its dependence on foreign oil, and ways in which the transportation industry can reduce that dependence. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Sexuality Regulation

    A 4 page exploration of attempts by organizations such as the World Association for Sexology (WAS) and the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) to define and protect sexuality. This paper points out that because sexuality is so culturally variable such a task is an impossibility. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • The United Nations' Efforts to Control Drug Trafficking in Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, and Korea Commission On Narcotics & Drugs

    Increased cooperation among the Koreas has brought positive results in the worldwide war against narcotics but its production, trafficking and consumption remain a major problem in the region. In this 2 page paper, the writer evaluates United Nations efforts to curtail the production and development of drugs in Korea, Myanmar, Laos and Thailand. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Sexuality Regulation

    A 4 page exploration of attempts by organizations such as the World Association for Sexology (WAS) and the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) to define and protect sexuality. This paper points out that because sexuality is so culturally variable such a task is an impossibility. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Neoliberal, Radical and Transformationalist Approaches to Explain the Way Globalization Impacts on Culture

    This 10 page paper considers the impact of globalization has a culture of developing countries, with specific attention paid to India and China. The impact is considered in the framework of three approaches to globalization; the neo-liberal, radical and transformationalist approaches. The different approaches are discussed, along with the concept of globalization, and the evidence is considered in order to determine if one or more these models can be supported in the way globalization is manifesting in impacting culture. The bibliography cites 15 sources.

  • International Relations and Next Debate Issue

    This 3 page paper considers what debate will be the next regarding international relations. The paper argues that the emphasis is gradually shifting form that pf power to that of responsibility, and that this combined with the increased awareness of problems regarding globalization will need to a new approach to be taken which can adapt for the future as well a satisfy today’s needs.

  • Pakistan, India, China, and Growing Cotton Growing

    This 7 page paper highlights how globalization and colonization have impacted the cotton industry, and specifically the countries of China, India and Pakistan. This paper highlights the economic and political ramifications of globalization on the cotton industry. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Human Rights Violations and the 2001 United Kingdom Anti Terrorism, Crime and Security Act

    This is a 5 page paper discussing the recent UK Anti-terrorism laws introduced in the United Kingdom. The Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act which was released in the United Kingdom in December of 2001 has come under a great deal of criticism from politicians, the House of Lords, and human rights activists for its all encompassing restrictions and some apparent violations to the European Council on Human Rights. Already the House of Lords has put together some amendments which will in fact reverse some of the restrictive amendments included in the act. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations

    An 11 page analysis of Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations. Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.

  • World Politics

    (7 pp) Contemplating the nature of world politics exposes us to the problems of reflecting upon politics at a global level. It examines the ways in which we seek to interpret, explain and understand world politics, the systems, institutions and processes that are said to govern world politics and the beliefs and values that are held to be important in world politics. It considers the main theoretical perspectives on world politics and follows this with an assessment of key issues in world politics. Looking at the strengths and weaknesses of liberal internationalism also fits in this area. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Explaining Iran's Nuclear Position Using Structuralism

    In 2006 it was made clear by the Iranian government that they wanted to pursue nuclear technology. This 4 page paper considers how structuralism could be used to justify the nuclear position adopted by Iran. The bibliography cites 1 source.

  • Iran and its’ Nuclear Power Program

    This 5 page paper gives a general overview of the nuclear program in Iran. The paper starts by looking at the history and the development of the program, including the help from the US under the Atoms for Peace program. The paper considers the development and difficulties faced by the program and bring the events up to date to the position in 2007. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

  • Pakistan and Income Inequality

    A twelve page paper which looks at various studies on income inequality in Pakistan from both a local and a global perspective, and suggests ways in which a combination of key indicators might be used to give a more accurate picture of poverty levels and income inequality. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Conflict Between Palestinians and Israelis

    This 7 page paper discusses the Arab-Israeli conflict from the ficticious point of view of an expert briefing the leaders in Saudi Arabia on the Palestinian refugee problem. The origination of the blood feud between the Palestinians and the Israelis is discussed as well as how other Arab countries might respond to further developments. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Does the World Trade Organization Hinder Economic Growth in Developing Countries?

    This 3 page paper looks at how why the international political environment and the operation of the World Trade Organization A constraint rather than promote growth in developing nations. The paper considers how developing nations will often go through comparative advantage, and then discusses some of the ways in which World Trade Organization regulations, the general environment undermine and limit that growth. The bibliography cites 4 sources.

  • Economic Prosperity and Countries of the World

    A 3 page research paper that examines why some countries remain poor while other prosper. The writer argues that the answer lies in economic policy and cites as examples the recent growth of India and China. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Johan Galtung’s Peaceful Approach to Peace

    This 8 page paper discusses the concept of conflict resolution form the aspect of the peace research approach developed by Johan Galtung and discusses the statement that “International conflicts should be handled in a co-operative spirit by all countries, big, small, on an equal basis”. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

  • UK Welfare Benefits and Asylum Seekers' Dissertation Proposal

    This 22 page paper is the proposal for a dissertation to examine the impact of the UK welfare state on asylum seekers and how this impacts particularly on Somali woman and children who may be mire vulnerable and need more support than other asylum seekers groups. The paper outlines research questions, presents an outline literature review that includes consideration of the role of the welfare state and the way in which asylum seekers and refuges are treated and a methodology for primary research with the use of interviews. The bibliography cites 45 sources.

  • Genocide Since World War II

    This 6 page paper defines genocide, describes the 8 steps of genocide, and then discusses the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Issues of the Composite Talks between India and Pakistan

    This 16 page paper examines the international negotiation problems associated with the ‘composite dialogue’ between India and Pakistan regarding Kashmir. The paper starts by identifying issues, the significant parties and then looks at the perspectives of the parties involved. The best alternative to a negotiated agreement is considered, and issues including communication building criteria of legitimacy are also discussed. The bibliography cites 15 sources.

  • Causes and Results of Brazil's Military Rule from 1964 to 1985

    This 10 page paper looks at reasons behind the seizure of political control on Brazil by the military in 1964. The reasons for this are numerous, including the role played by João Goulart in precipitating the actions taken by the military. These issues are discussed with reference to the economic and social conditions in Brazil immediately prior to the coup. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

  • 'The End of History?' by Francis Fukuyama

    A 17 page paper that presents an outline and explanation of Fukuyama's thesis about the end of history and the last man. The essay "The End of History?" published in 1989 and the book, The End of History and the Last Man, published in 1992 are still being discussed and analyzed in today's literature. Fukuyama's works created a great deal of furor and criticism in some circles and were applauded in other circles. This paper reports the interpretations of these two works by numerous scholars and also presents the criticisms levied against the thesis by other scholars. The thesis is that liberal democracy has won as the preferred system; this was evidenced by the end of the Cold War and this constitutes the end of history. One question asked by a number of authors is whether Fukuyama means this is the end of history or the end of historical thinking? The thesis is much more complex than this statement would imply and the complexities are discussed and reflected upon. The writer includes their own reflections. Bibliography lists 21 sources.

  • Global Population Analysis

    A 6 page paper. This essay looks at five countries: Rwanda, Costa Rica, Iraq, the United Kingdom and Australia. The writer reports demographic data for each country, points out the significant differences between countries, such as life expectancy and mortality rate, and discusses specific issues, such as the impact of population growth. 2 Tables included. A great deal of statistical data are included. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Terrorism and Security Policies

    This 14 page paper looks at the way in which security policies and practices have changed as a result of increasing levels of terrorism. The paper starts by considering the impact of the policy changes on a global basis. The second part of the paper considers the practical measures seen in Australia to protect the citizens and the critical infrastructure, the third part of the paper finished with a critical evaluation of the current level of Australian security. The bibliography cites 15 sources.

  • Citizenship, Democracy, and the Effects of Taxation

    This 6 page paper provides an overview of the impacts of taxation on the democratic rights of the citizenry of the country. This paper presents a study of democracies and the use of taxation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Conflict Theory of Karl Marx and Views of Terrorism

    A 22 page paper that begins with a brief history of the evolution of terrorism, including the typologies of terrorism. Factors that have been linked to terrorism, such as poverty and lack of education are discussed. These two suggested causes, however, cannot be supported in more recent terrorist acts. Other causes cited in the literature are reported and discussed. The myths of terrorism, according to at least one author are reported. Marx's conflict theory is then explained and discussed as it might apply to terrorist acts in the past and in the present. The last section offers additional thoughts and a conclusion on the causes of terrorism. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

  • Terrorism/Comparing Countries

    An 8 page research paper that discusses the international response to terrorism. Terrorism is the principal focus of American foreign policy, but it also plays an intrinsic role in both the domestic and foreign policies of other countries. The following investigation looks briefly at the issue of terrorism in six nations: England (Great Britain), France, Germany, China, Japan and Saudi Arabia, and then offers a discussion that compares and contrasts their policies. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Post-Cold War Policies to Facilitate “One Europe”

    This 7 page paper discusses what might be done to facilitate the post-cold-war dream of “one Europe.” Bibliography lists 8 sources

  • U.S. Grand Strategy Models

    A 6 page paper. Two models for the grand strategy are explained: selective engagement and primacy. The essay includes comments in terms of how these strategies meet the criteria for a grand strategy as issued by the U.S. Army College. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Service and Volunteerism in the US, Chile, and France

    This is a 5 page paper comparing volunteerism in France, Chile and the United States. Volunteerism and community service are not international trends and are unheard of in many countries. In the United States at least 49% of the population has claimed that they have volunteered at least once in a community based organization or event. Nationally however, volunteers within the United States tend to concentrate their volunteer efforts on local levels as do local corporations. Volunteers in France and other European countries however concentrate more on international issues and social responsibility than on local concerns. In other countries, such as Chile, volunteerism is almost unheard of and not an historical or cultural aspect of the national government’s agenda. As the difference in the wealth and poorer classes in Chile widens, volunteers have only recently emerged to try and promote support for people within the communities to have the basics of life and have had to rely heavily upon international volunteer efforts and support. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Bahrain; Women’s Rights

    The government of Bahrain has made a commitment to women and developing women’s rights. This 3 page paper looks at the progress and areas of achievement and considers the current political aspects of women rights in the country and considers areas where political moves to increase equality may be argued as still required. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Perfecting the EU

    A 10 page research analysis on the European Union; specifically which factors influence a country to join or decide not to join the Union. Included are the history of the union, its political and economic attributes, and which factors have been hailed and which have caused problems for countries before and after joining the organization. Bibliography cites eight sources.

  • Necessity for Women's Rights Worldwide

    5 pages in length. The author discusses the need for women's rights activists in the international community and gives examples of the current treatment of women. Several platforms for change are discussed. Bibliography included.

  • Human Rights, Sovereignty of States, and the United Nations

    A 4 page paper on U.N. efforts to protect human rights and state sovereignty in countries around the world. According to the writer, the United Nations have traditionally been very outspoken -- going against human rights violations, but really doing nothing to stop them from occurring. Specific cases, quotes, etc.; are included. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Comparing the United Nations and The League of Nations in Political Approaches

    The success of the United Nations is based on a conglomeration of many political ideologies and precepts. The unshakable liberalism of democratic values, in concert with the idealistic belief in cooperative security brought Woodrow Wilson to the fore of international politics and was the foundation for the League of Nations. The time was not right, there was too many domestic problems in the world for the League to have the power it needed to handle international conflicts. After World War II, with the change in outlook of domestic policy in the United States and in the Soviet Union, in combination with the neorealist philosophy based on balance of power, the time was right for the establishment of an organization based on cooperative security and the United Nations was founded. This 7 page paper examines the forces that brought the League of Nations into being, explores the reasons it was not able to maintain power and looks at the processes used to conceive the United Nations as the force it is today. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Effectiveness of the United Nations' Peacekeeping Efforts

    A 6 page argumentative essay that supports the argument for UN peacekeeping. The writer reviews the stated function, peacekeeping failures, successes and lessons learned in support of the argument for. Bibliography lists 17 sources.

  • Political Comparison of Iraq and Mexico

    The world is in a state of flux. Economies as diverse as Japan and Russia are in the middle of political and economic crisis and globalization has either made productivity soar or has been the death toll for different countries. This 6 page paper compares the current status of the economic, political and social development of Mexico and Iraq. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Biodiversity and the UN

    In 5 pages, the writer discusses how the United Nations deals with biodiversity, the issues biodiversity programs address, how biodiversity operates, where biodiversity operates, and its strategies and action plan. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Serbs and Kosovo Crisis in Yugoslavia

    An 8 page paper discussing the ongoing crisis between the Serbs and Kosovo. Some analysts attribute the reasons for today's war to the events of the 'Field of Blackbirds' battle of 1389, but that portion of history only colors the current crisis without fully explaining it. The Kosovars refused international attempts at peace in order to preserve principle, even though they understood they were greatly outnumbered by the Serbs and ill-equipped to resist them. As Milosevic's resolve only appears to have been strengthened following his indictment, there remains no end in sight. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • History and Structure of the WTO

    A 10 page research paper tracing the origins of the WTO from it's GATT beginnings and including critical views of the organization's strengths, weaknesses and direction. The paper examines the structure of the WTO, briefly including decision/appeal procedures and how the WTO could affect the sovereignty of member nations. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Wall Street Journal Article on the Tobacco Settlement

    This 5 page paper provides an executive summary of a Wall Street Journal article reporting on a tobacco settlement. The summary relates the facts to other situations in business. No additional sources cited.

  • Global Aid, Intergovernmental and Nongovernmental Organizations

    This 12 page report discusses non-governmental organizations and intergovernmental organizations, paying special attention to the United Nations and The International Committee of the Red Cross. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Theory and International Relations

    This 7 page research paper discusses international relations as it endeavors to identify current problems, dangers an sources of tension. Specifically discussed are the three prevailing theories of gender, dependency and realism to determine which one most effectively addresses the problems of international relations today. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Judicial Matters and Politics in the United States and Mexico

    An 8 page comparison of the two countries in terms of the party system, electoral system, and the judiciary. Other information touched on includes the executive branches of government, recent changes in Mexico, and apathy in the U.S. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Peace is Every Step by Hanh

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of this philosophical book. The premise that this work, which embraces Buddhism, is at odds with mainstream western religion is contemplated. The fact that this work is in fact bringing eastern religious practices to the western world is emphasized. No additional sources cited.

  • Failure of Peace Treaties

    This 7 page literature review focuses on the Middle East, but also looks at other regions, as it assesses why peace agreements fail. The paper concludes that the treaties are not viable due to a variety of factors. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

  • The League of Nations' Failure

    A 6 page paper that argues that the League of Nations ultimately failed due to its lack of membership from the major world powers, its lack of unity in purpose, its lack of organization, and its lack of commitment to cause. Each of these weaknesses is discussed as well as the damage each inflicted on the believability and support of the coalition. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Media and Terrorism

    This 5 page paper looks at the relationship between the media and terrorism and how terrorists are affected by reporting. The way in which terrorists use media for their own advantage is discussed. Several well known events are highlighted, including Waco and the bombing in Oklahoma City. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Right Place at the Right Time for Al Gore

    This 20 page paper explores Al Gore, Jr. and his political life. When Gore was nominated for the vice presidency in 1992, his father unabashedly told The New York Times that "we raised him for it." If this were not an election year, and we were to look at the life of Al Gore, Jr. We would say that his is truly an American success story. For the American body politic, he has been at the right place, at the right time. Gore has had a political lifetime "making it happen." Bibliography lists 13sources.

  • Growth of the United Nations

    (14pp) The United Nations family is a unified and powerful force for sustainable human development and works to strengthen international cooperation for sustainable human development. It assists in building capacity for good governance, popular participation, private and public sector development and growth with equity, stressing that national plans and priorities constitute the only viable frame of reference for the national programming of operational activities for development within the United Nations system. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

  • Globalization and Multinational Corporations Hosted by Governments Proposal

    This 6 page paper takes a look at the globalization issue and presents ways in which a minister of trade might discuss the problem and provide solutions. A hypothetical situation provided by a student is utilized in this tutorial. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Medical Supply Withholding and Globalization

    This 5 page paper argues that although there are compelling reasons for developed countries to help third world nations, providing them with low cost medications will not alleviate their problems. The challenges of globalization are discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Nicaragua and Democracy Transitioning

    A 16 page research paper that argues that the US intervention in Nicaragua, rather then aiding the consolidation of democracy, in the long-term, actually prolonged such consolidation. The writer looks at the history of US intervention and the consequences for Nicaragua. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

 

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