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Ethnic Conflicts in Russia and China
Compares and contrasts the ethnic conflict between China and Tibet and Russia and Chechnya.
Ethnic Conflicts in Russia and China One of the key variables identified by political scientists asleading to internal tensions in the nation-state is... more
7 pages | 8 sources | 16 citations | MLA citation style

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Reforming Sudan
Describes status of Sudan, focusing no need to end conflict between Islamic forces and tribal Africans. Recommends reforms for the country focusing on citizenship rights and end to conflict.
Reform in The Sudan and The Challenges in the st Century Samantha Power stated that Sudan has been engaged in civil warsince its independence from... more
8 pages | 6 sources | 13 citations | APA citation style

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The Meaning(s) of Democacy
Democracy is not easy to define absolutely. some see it as interchangeable with republican form of government, but while a democracy makes the individual omnipotent, the republican form of government creates a constitutional limitation to prevent tyranny of the majority. Still compared to theocracy and totalitarianism, a democratic and/or republican form of government is best to serve the needs of the people and gives them certain powers to retain or change those who govern
The Meaning s of Democracy Democracy is difficult to define Not that its various meanings havechanged throughout history Rather it is that the... more
4 pages | 2 sources | 4 citations | MLA citation style

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Visas Bolster the Economy
The limited number of H-1B visas makes it difficult for companies to attract the high-tech people they need. Increasing the number of these would bolster the economy.
Visas Bolster the Economy The discussion to be analyzed revolves around the issuance of H- Bvisas which allow companies to apply for a working visa on... more
2 pages | 1 sources | 1 citations | APA citation style

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EU China Relations
This paper discusses the changing nature of international relations theory between the EU and China now that China has adopted neo-liberal and democratic economic reforms and has built itself into a global economic powerhouse. Theories of bilateral agreement and unconditional engagement are addressed.
EU-China Relations Introduction The opening of China the adoption of neo-liberal economic reformsby Deng Xiaoping in the late s and China's membership... more
5 pages | 5 sources | 11 citations | MLA citation style

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Harriet Harman
Discusses the life of Harriet Harman and why has been so successful in the British Parliament.
Harriet Harman the Labour Party and Parliamentary Leadership Harriet Harman is the Deputy Leader of Britain's Labour Party sharing leadership... more
4 pages | 6 sources | 11 citations | MLA citation style

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Pluralism and Democracy in Canada
This paper provides an analysis of pluralism and democracy in Canada. The analysis maintains that the Senate, an unelected body with life tenure put into existence in 1980 to oversee the elected House of Commons, undermines pluralism and is a threat to democracy in Canada.
Pluralism Introduction In a democracy citizens elect representatives that will bestrepresent their ideals and implement laws that best serve the... more
8 pages | 6 sources | 14 citations | Other citation style

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American Intervention in Guatemala
Essay described the rationale for the 1954 U.S. backed intervention in Guatemala which brought down government of Arbenz Guzman and ushered in decades of military rule, coups and insurgencies. Discusses execution of intervention and long-term effects.
American Intervention in Guatemala Containment at Work Introduction A central tenet of America's foreign policy during the decades-longCold War was... more
9 pages | 5 sources | 29 citations | MLA citation style

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Critical Analysis of the Obama Platform and Campaign
Critical Analysis of the Obama Platform and Campaign
political platform electoral success and the obama campaign in the general election in the usa Introduction This paper examines the interrelationships... more
20 pages | 29 sources | 51 citations | MLA citation style

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Aid Agencies in Africa
The argument adduced in Alex de Waal’s Famine Crimes posits that humanitarian agencies enable bad governments, occluding their own goals of advancing human rights and helping the poor. While de Wall is paranoid in his suspicion of agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), his thesis holds water.
Alex de Waal's Famine Crimes The argument adduced in Alex de Waal's Famine Crimes posits thathumanitarian agencies enable bad governments occluding... more
5 pages | 1 sources | 22 citations | MLA citation style

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