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    Analyse the relationship between the USA and Pakistan since 2001. After September 11, 2001 the US and Pakistan started to work as closely allies against war on terror. However, this alliance has seen several setbacks, especially during last four years. Alexander Evans description about the US and Pakistan relations during last decade may give the best impression: “These two countries have at times been close, at others distant, alternately cultivating or compromising each other.“ This essay will focus on the US and Pakistan relations after 2001, on those closest and distant times, about highlights and low points through examples. After 9/11 attacks in the US, Pakistan and the US have been working together as closest allies against war on terror. Firstly, relations between those two states were promising. In 2003 President George W. Bush outlined three issues that were of paramount American interest in Pakistan: terrorism, nuclear proliferation and democratization. In 2004, the US named Pakistan as a major non-NATO ally to States. This year may be outlined as a highlight in the US and Pakistan relations. Based on those public information shares one may say that relations were generally good from 2001 until 2004. There were already some misunderstandings in the beginning. After agreement, Pakistan started aggressively to fight against terrorists. At the same time, Pakistan itself suffered the most from the war on terror resulting thousands of military and civilian…

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    common crimes to include drug trafficking, kidnapping, solicitation and bribery. Al Qaeda also used sleeper cells with legit business throughout the world who support Al Qaeda financially. If all other means fail, Al Qaeda receives assistance from other terrorist groups. One of the states that support Al Qaeda is Afghanistan; Afghanistan has been supporting Al Qaeda since the Soviet invasion. Political Pakistan maintains a positive attitude towards the United States. The United States does…

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    Those who are sceptical about the drones and other autonomous weapons can also make an argument against it using fairness. As drones are operated from a different continent, the operator is not risking his or her own life; the only risk is the risk of losing or destroying the drone. It may be unfair, because the people on the armed conflict territories risk their lives so it is unfair to them. Additionally, more developed countries have more choice of weapons, which may be also much more…

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    Going into this movie, most of what I heard was that I wouldn’t like it. This prepared me to focus on following what was going on, leading me to enjoy the movie more than I otherwise would have. Because Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy is so complicated, it pushes many viewers away. But the complicated paths of the plot and the characters in this movie simulate trying to find and follow a real spy, which takes a kind of focus many viewers aren’t prepared for while watching a movie. However, being a…

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    Essay On London Bombing

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    according to Pakistani intelligence sources. (Nelson & Khan, 2009) The time line for these events goes as follows; at 08:50 there were initial reports of an incident from two different train stations. Initial thoughts were a collision had occurred, but incidents were believed to be separate incidents. At 08:56, an explosion had occurred within another tube station; witness believed the explosion happened outside the train. At 09:17, an explosion occurred at another tube station. At 09:28, an…

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    Spies Film Analysis

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    the jobs to give the allied powers the edge in the conflict and to undermine the effort of the enemy. Many spies became known after World War II for their work against enemy forces, the majority of the spies never were discovered and will eventually become legends due to their fearless work. As I mentioned how movies give spies a false accusation, spies do the dirty work. Most of the time the work spies do is lonely, frightening, and dangerous. One of the requirements to be a spy is if (s)he…

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    So because their views are most shown, readers will be lead to believe what the male characters say. In the “Overview of “Lamb to the Slaughter”, an analysis of the story, Piedmont-Martin, believes that readers are pushed to view women in the same way, so when they actually see what the female characters are like in the story, they are often surprised by their intelligence and their strength that they hold. She states, “Because on the first reading we are predisposed to think of her as the…

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    reforming education and create collaborative classrooms, one thing they all agree on is that we want our schools to create intelligent, responsible, considerate adults. I personally believe that Social-Emotional Learning is the key to developing conscientious students of the future. “When schools attend systematically to students’ social and emotional skills, the academic achievement of children increases the incidence of problem behaviors decreases, and the quality of relationships surrounding…

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    The journey of learning more about myself and understanding who I am as a person has been an upward climb. Most times it felt as though learning who I am was similar to attempting to ride a unicycle up the side of a steep mountain, with rocks rolling down along the way knocking me off of my path. However, as I have examined and reflected on who I am as a learner and how I learn, I have been able to gain a greater understanding of who I am as a person. This paper will examine the growth that I…

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    1. Frederick Douglas in “Learning to Read and Write” is a slave who has no privilege to have education. He mentioned different ways to educate himself how to read and write. He first learns his alphabet from his Mistress, the slaves master wife, though it was prohibited. However, the Mistress stopped from teaching him how to write because of the racial inequality of that time. That didn’t stop Douglas from finding a way to learn. He then copies the letters written on the wood in the lumber yard…

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