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  • Modern Colonialism And Modernity

    Modern Colonial Modernity Colonialism and modernity, two sides of the same coin. For five centuries, colonialism and modernity have profoundly formed the cultures of the world that have been classified under European standards. The rise of European dominance since the 16th century has a deep attachment with modernity that helped shaping this rise. Consequently the construction of modernity and its enlargement during the colonial periods has impacted the rapid industrialization, urbanization,…

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  • Celtic Tiger Case Study

    time when many investors, mainly from the tech sector, flocked to Ireland due to their favorable tax rates of 12.5%, which was 10-15% lower than many other European countries. Another favorable attribute is the fact that they are an English speaking country. With the recent events of Brexit, they are the only English speaking country in European Union. This is an interesting time in Ireland 's history to see if this brings on the next large economic boom or halts growth due to issues around…

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  • European Culture

    Industry Profile: Europe published in 2012 : « The European fast food market has experienced moderate, consistent growth in recent years. This moderate growth is predicted to continue to the end of the forecast period.” This statement obviously implies that European countries have somehow taken more and more examples on the American ways of living, where fast foods and eating habits would be included in these examples. Over the years, different American brands of fast foods have appeared across…

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  • Neoliberal Institutionalism

    idea in the minds of other people. Additionally, after you identify a set of shared ideas in a nation it is hard to distinguish which ideas are relevant and which are not. For example, during the Cold War you could identify shared identities that American and Russians had. A common narrative is that Capitalism trumped Communism to end the Cold War, but if the West was non-democratic would the Soviet Union still have dissolved? Or did democracy play a bigger role? Or where the Soviets ready for…

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  • Globalization: Income Inequality In The United States

    the humanitarian implications are a detrimental factor. Even with the opportunities in the United States, after “20 years they (are) much more likely to live in poverty, lack health insurance, and access the welfare system than are native-born Americans.” Although the standard of living for arriving immigrants maybe be better than their home countries, this does not mean that they on an entirely equal spectrum with citizens of the country. Technology needed for globalization has allowed…

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  • Why Do Immigrants Decide To Immigrate To America?

    do. Escaping religious, racial, or political persecution or seeking relief from a lack of economic opportunity or famine still pushed many immigrants out of their homelands. Immigrants from almost all over Europe occupied many jobs that no white American wants to do. The vast majority of immigrants left families in Europe and crowded into the growing cities, searching for their chance to make a better life for their family and themselves in America. However, the benefits of earning money in…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Monroe Doctrine

    It aimed to limit European expansion in the Americas after the United States had accepted the responsibility of being a protector of the newly independent states. In 1823, when news stirred of Spain and France restoring their combined power to bring war upon the new nations, it appalled the British who felt all the work statesmen had done to get France out of the New World would be undone. The British wanted the support of the United States, but Adams felt instead of standing behind the British…

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  • Three Differences Between Natural Gas Markets

    reinvest hydrocarbon revenues for economic growth; they remain highly dependent on steady cash inflows to remain solvent. If a lengthy disruption did happen, Europe generally has powerful North American allies who may use diplomacy, sanctions or hostility to mitigate damage. In the event of conflict, North American surplus LNG export capacity may bolster gas shortfalls in Europe. North America – Market Maturity The United States and Canada enjoy the most developed and un-restricted natural…

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  • Examples Of Exogenous Shock

    world war one, Americans had high intension about national identity, and most of the Americans encouraged Americanism and had intensified Americanization. As a result, the ethnic people living in America were blamed by the Americans with anti-alien sentiment. For instance, American blamed German and Irish immigrants and see them as potentially disloyal to the United States and a hindrance to the nation's war effort. Americans not only blamed the ethnic people who were not Americans, but also…

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  • Why Was WW1: Why Was WWI Inevitable?

    intensified. Due to the great disparity on power, the army of European powerful countries was almost invincible in the process of conquering colonies, which greatly intensified the superiority of Westerns, as well as stimulated colonialism in West. On the other hand, the concept of power politics and the policy of self-security was pretty popular in the competition of powerful countries. In the more and more drastic foreign competition, European powerful countries were hostile and suspect to…

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