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  • Zootopia Vs Statecraft Simulation

    It is difficult to argue a state’s motives simply with one factor or theory, as there are many aspects that contribute to the way a state may act. It is the same for the Statecraft simulation. While there are no factors that were initially seen as completely insignificant, there are factors that do not determine every action made, at least by my state, including the geography of our state or International Organizations. Other factors that were originally seen as insignificant, such as each…

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  • The Importance Of Organizational Innovation

    Many firm considered innovation to be ‘sine qua non’ for the business operation and success. At the same time, it’s the current “proliferation in the current competitive, complex and capricious environment” (Panuwatwanich, Stewart, & Mohamed, 2008). According to Eaton, Akbiyikli and Dickinson (2006) in an organisation innovation is required a source of competitive advantages in their operation therefore the business needs to adapt to the rapid changes in order to embodied that complex process…

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  • Realism United Nations

    How Realism Explains the Establishment of the United Nations The theory of realism looks at international organizations in one way; it asserts that international organizations are mainly created to cater to particular states ' interests. Therefore, the UN was established based on particular states ' interests (Mearsheimer, 1995). Furthermore, power, in the realism theory, begins with achieving the goal of state survival (defensive realism) and ends with global hegemons (offensive realism)…

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  • The Aftermath Of The Cold War

    -The aftermath of the Cold War was a recent and a very important period of time in history for the development of the countries. In this period of time the political relationships of the countries in the world were not having their best confidence moment at all. A lot of spying was going on during those years. The two biggest powers( U.S.A and the Soviet Union) were having that information battle that we cannot know a lot more about it. The aftermath of this war determined the stability…

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  • Make America Great Again Case Analysis

    remains to be seen, and could depend on the influence of various actors pursuing their domestic and global interests. Friendly regional and international organizations favor American deep engagement in order to prevent America from pulling out of NATO and…

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  • Gulf War Vs Us-Iraq War

    In the 1990, the Middle East and the whole World changed. On August 2, Iraq invaded Kuwait and began the brutal occupation. Iraq was not the only country affected. The invasion created a global conflict, which lasts to this day. Many people thought that wars are a thing of the past and there is no place for them in the modern society of the 20th society. Were those war necessary? Would the Middle East would resolve their problems on their own, without the interference from the United…

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  • Japan's Culture

    An island nation straddled along the Pacific coast of Asia, modern Japan is home to over 126 million people. Of those, 38 million live in Japan’s capital of Tokyo (Central Intelligence Agency, 2016). Japanese people share a distinctive culture. According to the U.S. Army Doctrine Reference Publication 5-0 (2012), culture is best described as, “shared beliefs, values, norms, customs, behaviors, and artifacts members of a society use to cope with the world and each other”. Japan’s culture…

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  • Kurds Case Study

    The previous topics provide the baseline for the reader to understand why support for the Kurds is not a cut and dry issue but instead invites an ethical dilemma. The US is forced to choose between established allies, the GOI or Turks, and Kurdish partners, the KRG and Syrian Kurds. The Kurds have made a concerted effort to garner positive international opinion through reform of their ideals and practices. Surrounded on all sides by ethnic groups who have opposed and repressed them over the…

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  • The Bosnian War Analysis

    It could be argued that while the Serbs were responsible for destroying Bosnia, the exploitation of the Croats harmed their Bosnian allies just as much as it helped them, resulting in the further seizing of land and resources and the spreading of the war into areas it otherwise would have passed over. However, the Bosnian government would likely have fallen completely without their assistance, as the Serbs marauding in the region were equipped, funded, and supplemented by troops from the…

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  • French New Wave Analysis

    They labelled it the cinema de papa (old fogies cinema). They put forward and discussed many different propositions and ideas in the pages of the cahiers du cinema in the 50s. The most significant one which had the greatest influence on new wave films was la politique des auteurs (The policy of authors). Largely created by Truffaut in his famous essay a certain tendency in French Cinema he argued that a film, through the way in which its images are presented to the audience on the screen,…

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