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    In Democracy Declassified: The Secrecy Dilemma in National Security, Michael Colaresi attempts to address the question of how democracies balance the need for both foreign policy and national secrets while maintaining public accountability. Many other theories on the topic address how democracies use secrecy to their benefit. Reiter and Stam (2002), for instance, believe that democracies use covert actions to keep foreign policy decision and actions from becoming public. Additionally, John…

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    Koreans believe? How do they see themselves and the world around them? According to the video Meyer discusses the book ‘The Clean Race” where he discusses Korea’s nationalism and how the regime wants the Koreans to have pride in their culture. Kim Il Sung manipulated the news and media to emphasize only his importance and played on the North Korean people’s biased view that they needed a paternal figure to guide their pure, worthy, and innocent race. North Korean’s government blocks almost all…

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    Che Guevara Symbolism

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    A jolt of recognition is often the response to a t-shirt emblazoned with the bearded face and black beret. Forty-five years after the death of Ernest “Che” Guevara, his portrait is the most reproduced image in the history of photography. The photo, entitled “Guerillero Heroic” was first published in 1967 and exploded as a symbol of revolution (Ziff). This explosive fame was what followed the rumored circumstance of his death. Guevara was known to reportedly be the most glamorized and successful…

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    GEN Van Fleet felt that the NKPA was currently off balance from their earlier loss on Bloody Ridge and therefore wanted to take advantage of this opportunity to seize additional key terrain located on Heartbreak Ridge. As Gen. de Shazo agreed with GEN Van Fleet, he assigned the 23rd IN Reg as the main effort for this hasty attack. However, this attack was not backed by any intelligence but rather an assumption from the commanding General. Furthermore there was not effort to gain further or…

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    The Dictator: Stalin was the Worst of Them All Throughout the years, there have been many ruthless dictators. These dictators include, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Fidel Castro, Mao Zedong and the worst of them all, Joseph Stalin. Many people think that this is not true. Some people will call Adolf Hitler the worst and most ruthless leader of all time because he killed so many Jewish people and anyone he did not like. This is true, however people do not think of what happened after the war.…

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    North Korea Research Paper

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    including the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Korean People’s Army, and the Republic of Korea Army. Eventually, “North Korea's Communist Party (Korean Workers' Party) was inaugurated. The Soviet-backed leadership installed Red army trained Kim Il-Sung as the leader.” ("North Korea Profile - Timeline.") As soon as North Korea proclaimed the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the Soviet troops withdrew, satisfied that the North was ready to be independent. In 1950, the South…

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    The Cold War is fascinating because it could have been World War III. The tension between the U.S. and the Russians was nail-biting and extremely dangerous. But people fail to realize how much further one can go into the whole situation. All the things about the political side, spies, strategies, scandals, and the possible nuclear war. Also, what was Russia’s point of view on the Cold War? What needs to be clarified is the immense cultural effects that the War had on America/Soviet Union and how…

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    THE U.S. ARMY IN WORLD WAR I On April 2, 1917, President Woodrow Wilson tended to Congress, requesting a revelation of war against Germany. A little more than two months prior, on January 31, the German government had reported its resumption of "unhindered submarine fighting." With the declaration, German U-pontoons would without cautioning endeavor to sink all boats going to or from British or French ports. Under the new procedure, U-vessels had sunk three American trader ships with a…

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    But the campaign had caused lasting devastation, the exact numbers may never be known, but most historians estimate that millions of Russians were either executed or shipped off to the dreaded Siberian gulags between 1936 and '38. Perhaps the Soviet psyche suffered just as much damage, as an entire nation and its attendant culture sank into a deep-seated paranoia and a frightened submission to the state, the effects of which are still being felt in Russia today. This was, not coincidentally, the…

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