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  • Special Relationship

    Being a newly formed nation, America did not share the same intelligence institutions as its counterpart, Britain, and therefore relied on the British for their, for a lack of a better term, brains and geographical advantages. The American department of state policy outline in the creation of the Atlantic Alliance that the United Kingdom should ‘retain control of her outlying possessions’ so that certain territories such as Malaysia would not ‘fall into less friendly hands.’ The phrase ‘less…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Refugees Seeking Asylum

    Refugees seeking asylum in United States Proposal Argument The United States has always been a country self-open to people of different ethnicities and religions. America has always been a where people can arrive and seek for a better life, with abundant amount of opportunities to offer. America is a growing nation and I believe that the U.S should allow European refugees into the country and shouldn’t avoid them as outsiders, regardless of who you are and the challenges you’ve faced to seek…

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  • The Structure Of The NATO And The North Atlantic Council

    organization includes civilian structure, military structure and organization and agencies. The North Atlantic Council is the decision-making body. The Military committee directs the military operations. NATO is developing and expanding since it was created and countries are joining the big NATO family, however to be eligible to become a full member, the country has to be independent and sovereign. The door to the membership is open to countries that have the means to contribute to the security…

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  • Evolution Of Collective Security To Collective Defense In NATO

    The Evolution of Collective Security to Collective Defence in NATO North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) adopted the principle of collective security framework based on the concept of collective defence. Collective security and collective defence are different. This can be seen on the philosophies underlying their use. Collective defence affiliated with realism while collective security is liberalism. In international relations perspective, realism main concern is their self-interest. All…

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  • The Origins Of The Cold War

    Cold war began after World War II. Everybody was pleased that World War II (WW II) ended and people would not be afraid of their lives anymore. However, this idea was not true because Cold war began. This war was nearly worse than WW II because nobody declared this war and this war officially never ended. In fact, everybody realized this war. Cold war was different from previous wars because two superpower countries stood against each other. Both countries had different ideologies, regimes and…

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  • Operation Active Endeavour Case Study

    They are fundamental examples of NATO’s antiterrorism strategy in action. Eagle Assist, which was operated from October 2001 to May 2002, gave direct surveillance support to the US by deploying seven AWACS aircraft over American soil. In all, 830 NATO crew members representing 13 member nations participated in the operation which flew over 360 expeditions over the US. Since Operation Eagle Assist, NATO’s AWACS squadrons have participated in protection actions, by providing airborne control and…

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  • Legalist Paradigm Analysis

    March 23, 1999 marked the beginning of the NATO bombing campaign against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia lasting three months. The rationale for the campaign was on the basis of “humanitarian intervention.” It was said to be in prevention of the ethnic cleansing of the Kosovar Albanians of Siberia by the authoritative regime of Slobodan Milosevic. The moral justification of this conflict has since been contested with the validity debated by a variety of theoretical schools of thought. This…

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  • Operation Desert Storm Analysis

    The World’s current security environment is uncertain and complex. Globalization amplifies emerging conflicts that bring national and transnational security challenges to the United States, which require employment of the military as national instrument of power. The United States military supports conflicts ranging from peace to war, and varying in purpose, scale, risk, and combat intensity. The ability of the United States military to advance its national military objectives depends on it…

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  • Policy Of Containment Essay

    prevent the further expansion of communism by the Soviet Union. As a result, the United States enacted this policy through numerous strategies including the Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, and the creation of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). One of the strategies used by the United States for preventing the Soviet power was the Truman Doctrine. It was declared to Congress by President Harry S. Truman on March 12, 1947 for controlling the…

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  • Operation Unified Protector Case Study

    Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) operation that performed air strikes over Libya, destabilizing the country and enabling the execution of Libya’s dictator of 42 years, Colonel Muammar al-Gaddafi. The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) justified the Libya Intervention for NATO allies on the grounds of a humanitarian threat thought to occur at the direction of Gaddafi. However, the humanitarian crisis never occurred. Thus, I conclude that the United States, UNSC, and the NATO allies…

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