Power in international relations

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  • Legal Sovereignty And Parliamentary Sovereignty

    Parliamentary sovereignty means that Parliament’s power is unlimited and it can make law on any subject matter. No one can limit the law - making power of any future Parliament. It is impossible therefore for any Parliament to pass a permanent law or in other words to entrench an Act of Parliament. According to Dicey, parliamentary sovereignty means that Parliament has the “right to make or unmake any law whatever”. This basically means that there is no limit on the subject matter on which…

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  • Middle Power In Australia

    and debates, over which side of the see-saw ‘Middle Power’ Australia will fall, are on going. Will it be to an economically strong China or a historically ‘loyal’ United States. The political battle between these Superpowers for supremacy, will see a scrambling of the middle powers to make supportive statements and muscular actions either for or against. The rise of China has not only had a effect on the influence of its power in the International stage, but it has in turn effected both the…

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  • Nuclear Weapons In Vietnam War Essay

    strategic location in which the two major powers fought for the influence. While the US did not see value in expanding their influence to Afghanistan, they saw value in thwarting Soviet attempts at spreading communism to that region. Similar to the way the Soviets provided arms to North Korea and North Vietnam, the US provided arms to the Mujahideen and other rebel groups in Afghanistan to sabotage the Soviets. Even without a direct struggle between these two powers, they were still able to…

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  • Analysis Of Nevil Shute's On The Beach

    treaty in 1951, a military treaty between Australia, New Zealand, and the United States that was written in order to guarantee their desires to – in the words set down in the treaty itself – “settle any international disputes in which they may be involved by peaceful means in such a manner that international peace and security and justice are not endangered.” The ANZUS treaty was heavily influenced by the nuclear arms race and both Australia and New Zealand’s Pacific seaports, which were…

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  • Truman Labor Relations Act

    Congress was the regulation of the labor relations. Making the transition to the civilian production the government failed to prevent the economic crisis. After the war, public procurement declined, and demand for human resources decreased that caused reduce of wages and increase of unemployment level. It resulted in the wave of strikes, especially in 1946. Trying to meet entrepreneurs’ requirements the Congress passed in 1947 the Labor Management Relations Act, which became known as the…

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  • How Did The Truman Doctrine Develop

    despair in 1945 due to the economical, political and physical damage the war had caused ‘Wohin wir blicken. Ruinen, Schutt und Asche […] Die Wirtschaft ist desorganisiert und völlig gelähmt.’ In the aftermath of the war, the Soviet Union, the Western powers and those within each Allied regime had different views on the way in which Germany’s future should be shaped. This was particularly evident at the Potsdam conference, with the introduction of the currency reform and the implementation of…

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  • Similarities Between Japan And South Korea

    Introduction Japan and South Korea are "close but distant neighbors." This is how their relations have been described for long time. Japan and South Korea are geographically close but it is difficult to say that their relations is good. Japan and South Korea share many common elements such as similar culture, customs, and language, moreover, both nations have same political and economic system. In fact, Japan’s official view of South Korea is “our most important neighboring country”. Meanwhile,…

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  • Israel And Palestine Conflict Essay

    I/ Introduction: This paper was commissioned by Ms Xiang Gao, a lecture at International Pacific College (IPC). Its purpose is to examine and analyse the conflict between Palestine and Israel in Middle East. The conflict between Israel and Palestine can be considered the most intractable conflict in the world. This conflict has been started since the late 19th and the early 20th centuries. Israel is the country, which is the only Jewish state in the world. It locates in the East of the…

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  • China Economy Of War

    trajectory. In order to gain international prestige and rise as a superpower,…

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  • Why Was WW1: Why Was WWI Inevitable?

    aggression and plunder of powerful countries towards weak and poverty nations was further intensified. Due to the great disparity on power, the army of European powerful countries was almost invincible in the process of conquering colonies, which greatly intensified the superiority of Westerns, as well as stimulated colonialism in West. On the other hand, the concept of power politics and the policy of self-security was pretty popular in the competition of powerful countries. In the more and…

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