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  • Realism Vs Liberalism Essay

    in all situations. For example, realism followed the ideas that countries will always using military, army to made war between states and states to protect national interest. The biggest failure of realism is the prediction the collapse of Soviet Union (Ashesh,…

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  • China's Nuclear Deterrence Strategy

    “Considering the post Cold War international relations, one may argue that “nuclear deterrence” is still relevant in promoting world peace”. The post Cold War era indicates the period when the Collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 to the present. The nuclear deterrence strategy gained more prominence as a military strategy regarding the use of nuclear weapons during Cold War. Nuclear deterrence is a way to inhibit a country’s intended aggression moves by threatening a more powerful adversary with…

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  • What Is The Final Message Of Animal Farm By George Orwell

    In George Orwell’s Final Message to the world, he claims that it “depends on us” to change the worlds and to change the “nightmare of our future”. In George Orwell’s Final Message he mentions that "there will be no loyalty, except loyalty to the party.” The people have to respect the government and they have to do what the government want or the “party” and everything control by the government. To demonstrate in Animal Farm all the animals have to follow everything that the big tell them…

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  • The Consequences Of Adultery In Ancient Rome

    During the Roman era, there were inflexible rule against adultery, but it was only applicable to sexual intercourse with a married woman. In the early Romanian era, the jus tori belonged to the husband. It was therefore not a crime against the wife for a husband to have sex with a slave or an unmarried woman. In 18 B.C., the Emperor Augustus turned his attention to social problems at Rome. Extravagance and adultery were widespread. Among the upper classes, marriage was increasingly…

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  • Kenneth Waltz Essay

    Kenneth Waltz was one of the most highly regarded political theorists of our time. He is fondly remembered for his contribution in the form of major works to the field of International Relations- Man, the State and War (1959), Theory of International Politics (1979) and The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: More May be Better (1981). However, his greatest legacy to the field of International Politics was his study that facilitated the revival/resurrection of realism. Realism is the objective study of…

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  • The Bourgeoisie's Role In The Russian Revolution

    In the Russian Revolution of 1917, there was a class of people known as the bourgeoisie. “The English word 'bourgeoisie' is derived from the French word 'bourgeoisie' meaning "... the trading middle class"(MARXISM).” The Russian bourgeoisie in 1917 were basically a class of capitalist, landowning, and wealthy people. They wanted things to change just like everyone else but they expected things to still stay wonderful for them. However, ... The Russian bourgeoisie’s involvement was a…

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  • Character Analysis: The Red Scare

    Imagine living in a world where everyone believes lies and condemns people for the lies. This is what it is like if you live in the United States during the Red Scare. The Red Scare is a time period in which Americans were afraid of communist spies infiltrating their method of capitalism. These claims, rumors, are made primarily by Joseph McCarthy. His accusations began to accuse well known people and destroy their reputations. Brinkley states, “Hiss, who was now out of government, denied the…

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  • Analysis Of Why Putin Took Crimea By Daniel Treisman

    The individual level examines how a state’s leader’s personal attributes affects foreign policy and their decisions as opposed to systemic or domestic factors. In Daniel Treisman’s Why Putin Took Crimea, he argues from the individual level of analysis. While Treisman acknowledges a small level of systemic factors may have influenced Putin, he claims Putin’s annexation is best explained by his personal choices. Bova’s Great Man Theory supports Treisman’s analysis, as well as Margaret Hermann’s…

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  • Sandra Mahon V. Chief Appeals Officer

    The following case was originally dealt with by a deciding officer, and then the appellant appealed to the Chief Appeals Officer, the decision of the Chief Appeals Officer was appealed in the High Court, but was later dismissed by the Supreme Court. The case was in relation to an area of employment law, which concerns itself with the contract of an employee. The question in hand was whether the demonstrator, Sandra Mahon was employed under a contract of service or rather a contract for…

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  • Essay On False Interpretation Of Hoover In The 1930's

    In the 1930’s, Hoover was instructed by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to investigate various activist activities in the United States, such as Nazi and Communist espionage. Hoover despised any sort of “activist” activities, causing him to investigate the “Ku Klux Klan and Martin Luther King, Jr” (John Edgar Hoover). Hoover would go on to commit numerous illegal surveillance on those suspected to be a threat to the public (J. Edgar Hoover). The Media Creates a False Interpretation of Hoover…

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