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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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  • The Salad Bowl Theory

    The melting pot theory Is a metaphor for describing the assimilation of immigrants into American culture. It relies on the image of people from different cultures and backgrounds mixing and melting together into one big cultural potThe United States is often referred to as a melting pot of people from a wide variety of backgrounds. It is an assimilation of cultures, ethnic origins, religions, ideas and traditions. This concept relies on the idea that everyone who lives in the United States…

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  • Case Study Of Brunt Hotel

    Trade agreements have allowed cross border activities of various businesses. Within the European Union, there are trade agreements. These trade agreements have allowed companies from various countries to expand to other countries without barriers. However, there are still challenges facing companies that are expanding into new markets. This is the same for Brunt Hotel PLC, which has owned hotels only in the UK and is now stepping up to expand into the French Market. How is Brunt Hotel going to…

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  • General Electric Merger Case Study

    been the largest industrial merger between two American companies. Although it was cleared and endorsed by the Department Of Justice and many other jurisdictions, the European Commission derailed it since part of the activities was exercised in Europe. After the commission decided to block the deal, it was the first time European regulators were able to reject a merger between US companies previously approved by the American Department of Justice. The goal of this paper is to dismantle the…

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  • The Effect Of Britain's Migration From The European Union

    On the 23rd of June 2016, The entire history of the United Kingdom 's relationship with the European Union was considerably changed when the majority of the population voted for "Brexit". The term Brexit can commonly be defined as UK 's exit from the European Union. The actions of Brexit have greatly altered political and financial impacts on not just the UK, but in other countries as well. This essay will be discussing the effect of Britain’s departure from the EU and how this will have an…

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  • Imagined Community Essay

    Week 5: The Imagined Community: Nationalism: • The concept of nationalism can be defined as a common identity formed between people (Okoth, 2006: 1). • Nationalism was previously viewed as an unpredictable and dangerous force (Chaterjee, 1993: 3). • Nationalism is a product of the political history of Europe (Chaterjee, 1993: 4). • CLASS QUESTION: Do you think that the Western countries had a reason to fear the phenomenon of nationalism? Imagined Community: • A nation is a socially…

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  • Pope Francis Language Barriers

    For thousands of years, people have encountered language barriers. Even in today’s global society, they still exist; one of the main issues concerning Pope Francis’s visit to the United States was language. The Pope needed to choose a language to address the people without diluting the strength of his message; all the while, choosing a language he was proficient enough in to avoid a faux pas. Pope Francis came to the decision to speak in English, the unofficial language of America’s majority.…

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  • Consequences Of The United Kingdom Joining The European Union

    1. What are the factors that motivated United Kingdom exit European Union? What is unique about the United Kingdom from other members of the European Union? (Yixiao Xu) 1. Cressey, Daniel, and Alison Abbott. "Researchers reeling as UK votes to leave EU." Nature, 2016..doi:10.1038/nature.2016.20153. According to Nature, most scientists were against the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union. However, 52% of British people sill voted to leave. To analyze this outcome, we have to…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The Euro

    Eurozone or also called Euro area is the monetary union of the European Union. It consists of 19 members, which are using the Euro as their official domestic currency. The rest of the members of the European Union are still using their national currencies. One example is the United Kingdom where there is still the British Pound in use . In the United Kingdom, it is quite a controversial topic for several years if the country should introduce the common European currency or not. The Euro itself…

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  • Parliamentary Sovereignty In The British Constitution

    change the legislation that is implements. Additionally, the parliament can look into any issue unrestrained, within its jurisdiction. When it comes to parliament applying its authority, there are no sacred cows. In order to regulate fishing by European Union member states, The Common Fisheries Policy was implemented. It introduced a quota system for each of its member states. To go around this problem, some Spanish shipping vessels re-registered as British Vessels. The British government…

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