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    the looming threat of the USSR following World War II, Turkey allied itself with the US and Western Europe by joining NATO in 1952 . Europe then saw the establishment of the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1957, which would formally become the EU in 1993. Turkey took the opportunity of strengthening its ties to the west, and applied for associate membership in 1959, and the granting of this associate relationship was known as the Ankara Agreement. In 1987 Turkey then applied for full membership into the EEC. However it from here that problems began to arise in Turkish-EU negotiations. Although the EEC acknowledged their desire for Turkey’s eventual full membership, they cited poor relations with EEC member Greece and the conflict over Cyprus, as well as political and economic instability within Turkey itself as a reason to delay the process. These reasons continued to hamper Turkey’s accession negotiations for years, and even to this day, some of these reasons still…

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    Turkey has a complex history with European Union, and the pressure to make sure that the country sticks to the standards of human rights is merely a modern characteristic of what has been an extended struggle. So far, Turkey has already signed the Ankara agreement according to which the EU economic branch would treat the country as an associate member till the accession was to be formalized later. Both Cyprus and Malta agreed to same deals in 1971. But the invasion of turkey in Cyprus had a…

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    Othello   The theme of Othello is jealousy. Othello, a Moor who is an honored Venetian general, secretly marries Desdemona. On the night of their marriage in Venice Othello is ordered to Cyprus. Desdemona sails after him for Cyprus and they meet there again. Desdemona’s father is very angry about their marriage, though. As they arrive at Cyprus the whole story begins. Iago, Othello’s ancient, is very disappointed at not being promoted. He hates his rival Cassio, Othello’s…

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    Cassio and talking. Othello in the beginning tells the senator he is rather rude and occasionally blunt in the beginning and Shakespeare demonstrates Othello has yet to develop the finesse with which those around him speak with. Later after travelling to Cyprus, Cassio has unruly behavior one night after defeating the Ottomans and Othello demotes him from lieutenant. No questions asked, no second thought. Then once he learns of Desdemona helping Cassio get his position back, potentially…

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    She also compares the votive offerings found in Paestum to those similar to it and concludes that the Greeks learned the technology for making terracotta from molds form the Phoenicians in the 8th century B.C.(Ammerman 221). She also compares the number of figurines found in the Western Mediterranean to those found in the East. In all only 21 figurines were found in the west, while there were many more found in the east. At Greek sites in the eastern Mediterranean, the image of the naked goddess…

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    I learned more than I ever expected. I felt in the beginning that I would really have a head start being that I am a senior and have taken all my classes already but I realized that I don’t think any amount of classes will ever prepare you for all the world has to offer. Don’t get me wrong, I felt that Cyprus International University there did a wonderful job teaching me but I feel that it is most valuable if combined with first hand work. I feel that during my time interning my most…

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    Environmental Institutions Success and Failures Globalization has been beneficial for many countries; there has been a bigger flow of information between countries, cultures are intermingling, and there is now a global market for companies and consumers who can access products from different countries. However, globalization has also created issues as well. One issue I will be focusing on is the environmental impact of globalization. “Industry, mass consumption and the increased energy needs of…

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    The Climate Cost of India’s Population Boom With the second largest population in the world, the country of India, located in South Asia continues to grow rapidly. While being a relatively new democracy, gaining independence shortly after World War two, India has visions of International success. While being somewhat limited in the natural resources the country possesses, the population boom in India is putting stress on its own country and climate. With the climate issues faced by Indian…

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    At least half of the global population live in poverty with half of this population living in complete destitution, living on a dollar a day and at risk of death by starvation or disease. One billion people live without access to safe drinking water and two billion people live with no sanitation. (Ukpere, 2014) Global poverty is an increasing problem in the world and the goal of ending poverty is elusive. Solutions to poverty cannot be based exclusively on economic policies as there are both…

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    According to Miguel Gonzalez’s lecture on environment and development, “each inhabitant of the global north consumes 10 times more energy, 19 times more aluminum, 14 times more paper, 13 times more iron & steel; than someone from the south” (Gonzalez, 2016) However, this does not mean that inhabitants of the global south do not contribute to global depletion of natural resources and environmental degradation. As the essay question highlights, both developed and underdeveloped countries create…

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