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  • Proxy Wars: The Korean And Vietnam War

    The Cold War (1947 – 1991) was fought between the two powerful nations, United States and the Soviet Union. However, there was never any direct contact between the two nations. In these two wars, the United States fought for capitalism and the Soviet Union fought for communism. They are not participate in the war but incitement to war - the United States and the Soviet using the proxy war to fighting with each other. During the Cold War, the two examples of proxy wars are the Korean and Vietnam wars. The Korean War began in 1950, when North Korean surprise attack on South Korea. Although China supported North Korea who fought for communism, but the United States supports South Korea who is a non-communist country. Three years later, which was in 1953, a armistice was signed and it symbolize the ending of the Korean War. When President Johnson declared that the North Vietnamese attacked the Gulf of Tonkin, the United States was involved in the Vietnam War in 1964. He also believes that the Domino Theory - The theory is that if Vietnam fell to communism, and the rest…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of A Proxy War

    A proxy war is a war that involves opposing powers fighting against each other indirectly through third parties in order to gain power (Cold War, 2). During what is known as the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union engage in a proxy war. Each power doesn 't actually fire upon the other, but they aid the third party countries to win the fight. They used these client states to fight for their beliefs. In this Cold War fight, the Soviet Union’s goal was to spread worldwide Communism,…

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  • The Importance Of Proxy Voting

    Proxy Voting refers to the process by which one person or entity votes on behalf of another. Since the majority of shareholders do not attend the annual and special meetings at which voting occurs, corporations provide shareholders with the option to cast a proxy vote. Davis Selected Advisers, L.P. (“DSA”) votes on behalf of its clients in matters of corporate governance through the proxy voting process, with a focus on the investment implications of each issue. DSA has established proxy…

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  • Web Analytics Challenges

    As I understand web analytics, it means to collect data related to traffic to a particular site and the subsequent flow of traffic on that site so as to analyze consumer pattern in order to optimize the site to maximize productivity of that site. [1] Data can also be collected of the traffic to the site related to the prior sites visited and the subsequent sites visited so as to better understand the consumer pattern and with the prospects of collaboration with the other business sites to serve…

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  • Anthem For Doomed Youth, By Wilfred Owen

    Wilfred Owen is one of the most famous war poets. He became interested on writing poems when he was a teenager. On 21 October 1915, he volunteered to contribute to war and wrote many war poems, such as ‘Anthem for doomed youth’, ‘Exposure’, and ‘Dulce Et Decorum Est’. In these poems Owen has described the horror and reality of war through his vivid experience. He has portrayed the severe situations of war and dreadful sights he has seen. Owen uses various language devices to convey the horror of…

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  • The Importance Of Futile Interventions

    problematic when they are in a futile state. As a solution to respect this principal, a health care proxy who is usually the family members will be provided with all the information (costs, risks, benefits) to make the decision. If the patient has not legally assigned a health care proxy, laws are made to…

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  • Nurses Role In Nursing

    In the United States and during the 21st century, advances in medical technology, death and end of life care has shifted from the home and the community to hospitals and medical professionals. A question posed to the client at admission to any hospital is if they desire an advanced directive on their care. Physicians are responsible for determining with the client what their code status should be. Normally a healthy person with minor procedures or illnesses are considered a Full Code, meaning…

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  • Two Root Causes Of The Angolan Civil War

    history. The first is as old as Africa itself and that is tribalism in what the populations are divided into separate tribes that are in a similar area. This is a current problem today in a lot of African tribes that its borders include more than one tribe or ethnic group today who are struggling for power. This was a root problem in the Angolan civil war in which to different…

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  • Disadvantages Of Advance Directives

    Life is not a certainty and death is not something most people talk about. What happens to the people who have a stroke, develop dementia, or any other cause that can leave the patient runnable to make their own decisions about how they wish to be medically cared for? “The 1990 Patient Self-Determination Act (PSDA) encourages everyone to decide now about the types and extent of medical care they want to accept or refuse if they become unable to make those decisions due to illness” (The Patient…

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  • End Of Life Care Essay

    advance directives. 2.)In this 2008 study, families who had a lost a member in the previous three to eight years were interviewed to recount and record their experiences and emotions. In two years, 19 interviews were performed by three teams of student researchers in four different long term facilities. These researchers asked the families how they comprehended their family member’s death, whether or not the person had an advance directive, and also if they had any suggestions for other…

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