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  • Analysis Of John Ikenberry's The Plot Against American Foreign Policy

    A majority of nations in NATO do not pay their fair share and the US has carried on the burden for far too long. If Trump did not address the issue and place pressure on others to pay into the security community than these nations would continue to free-ride. Free-riding makes collective action far more difficult. Thus, if free-riding isn’t addressed, NATO may fall into disaster sooner rather than later. Ikenberry and Galston argue that Trump’s…

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  • Ethnic Groups In Bosnia And Herzegovina

    Srebrenica Ethnic groups and religions Bosnia and Herzegovina are situated in the western Balkan Peninsula of Europe. The larger region of Bosnia occupies the northern and central parts of the country, and Herzegovina occupies the south and southwest. The capital of the country is Sarajevo. The region is divided into three ethnic groups that generally correspond to three major religions; Bosniaks and Islam; Serbs and Orthodox Christianity; Croats and Roman Catholicism. They all share the same…

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  • The Great Game Analysis

    (Banerjee and Talukdar 2014). Then, the US Congress also sent 1 billion US $ in order to arrange reforms and organize elections in Ukraine. Moreover, the US began to maintain NATO expansion in the Eastern Europe. According to NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the joining Crimea to Russia was a “wake-up call” for the NATO and other European establishments (Rywkin 2014). However, some republicans and democrats criticize Barack Obama actions towards Ukraine, recalling the Afghanistan…

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  • Case Study: Russian Insider Threat

    Using the Defense Security Service Insider Threat Risk Equation Where, Risk = (threat, vulnerabilities, values, or consequence), I propose the Risk of Russian insider threats has grown substantially, that US citizens, many with DoD security clearance access, maintain radicalized or adverse political beliefs favorable to Russia. Our vulnerabilities range from poor personnel vetting to all aspects of information and systems security, and DoD facilities security. Lastly, the values of these…

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  • Ethnic Conflict In The 20th Century

    While the 20th century was a period that saw relatively little interstate conflict in comparison to the past, the void was filled with several kinds of domestic conflicts, especially within colonial territories. It was an era of rapid social and political change that saw the forces of development, modernization, and independence all acting in concert to create insurrectionary movements against government across the globe in Latin America, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia, among others. The…

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  • Nellie Mcclung's Role In Canadian History

    1910’s Nellie McClung Before Nellie McClung, born October 20th 1873 was a activist she was a suffragist, reformer, legislator, author. She received her teaching certificate at 16 years old. She had her teaching career until she was married to her husband in 1896 Robert Wesley McClung. She was an effective speaker who won the audiences with humor. She was also a part of the “famous five” in 1927 that contained Emily Murphy, Henrietta Muir Edwards, Louise Crummy McKinney and Irene Parlby. The…

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  • Cold War Changes

    The Cold War is an important moment within America because it changed the way Americans thought. It changed the belief system and the functionality of American laws and citizens. The Cold War was caused by many factors mostly revolving around the Second World War. America changed in how it dealt with its citizens domestically and also how foreign affairs were handled. One of the main reasons for the Cold War was the containment of communism. Communism was viewed as something that should be…

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  • Violence In Libya Essay

    On September 11, 2012, radical members of the Islamic State carefully executed planned attacks on the United States Diplomatic Mission in Benghazi, Libya. They attacked the building at gunpoint at 9:40pm, however the US Ambassadors hid in a secret room and could not be found, so the attackers burst the buildings into flames at 10:30pm, killing everyone hidden inside. The attacks continued at 4am when a brutal attack using mortars launched at a CIA facility, killing two Navy SEALs. This violence…

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  • Social Changes In Germany

    Many say the name of the country, Germany, has been blackened by the happenings within the past century. Germany was originally called Germania. Thousands of primitive tribes lived there. These tribes banded together and resisted the conquest of the Roman Empire in 9 A.D. If Germany had been conquered, its history, culture, and economy would have been immensely changed. A few centuries later Germany was conquered by the Francs. Germany was also home to Martin Luther who led the protestant…

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  • Tesla's Ethical Adbs: A Case Study

    While Tesla was a visionary leader capable of inspiring and leading change, his divergent ethics while in the pursuit of change painted another picture of the wizard. According to Seifer (1998), with the help of investors he gained due to success at the World Fair, he was able to fund the construction of a wireless telegraph system. However, while in construction, another inventor in Europe stole his patented ideas and successfully created his own system for which Tesla filed suit and lost.…

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