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    while others using their preponderance of military advances to contest them. Evidently, the biggest terrorist threat today derives from the East, which is the focus of my paper. The re-emergence of extremist right-wing ideologies after its condemnation since WWII, traces back to the 1970s Western oil crises blamed on left-wing governments. Yet, it took until the 1990s before the extreme right were politically legitimate, seen with the breakthrough of the French National Front in 1984, concurring with the intensification of terrorism. Since then, a new family of ‘extreme right-wing populists’ (ERP) arose in most Western countries dominating their political portrait (Mudde, 1996) . Introduction Terrorism, while originally evolving from religious conflicts, is also caused today by a lack of equality and fulfilment. Responses to terrorism are broad in scope; however, I set out how responses have become more refined lately with the surge of attacks, where further force has been used. This coincides with the recent rise in the extreme right-wing, with triumphs of Donald Trump…

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    needs to be changed in order to be more accompanying of its non-political usage that is often overlooked. Conservative is used to describe a wide variety of people with such variation in cultural dynamics. Although, the word conservative has remained relatively selective to politics in today’s society, the world outside of politics needs to understand its usage more widely and proficiently in order to make the definition of “conservative” far more meaningful and exciting than its analytical and…

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    In Professor Critchlow’s book “The Conservative Ascendancy”, we are provided history of the rise of the conservative right in modern America in the latter half of the twentieth century. We are delivered the earliest dilemmas after the crushing Goldwater defeat in 1964, through the rise and fall of the “Rockefeller” brand of Republicanism to Reagan through the Bush era. His history of the rise of conservative ascendancy from the earliest days of Goldwater forward brought back many memories and…

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    exemplified by Freeman and Zolberg, who argue that politics and economics are deeply intertwined in driving the migration process. This will eventually lead migrants to eventually become a political interest group (Zolberg: 1998). Yet, this privileges the influence of the economy, and international credit over migration policy, with the effect of undermining the political and institutional dimension of markets, including the industrial, agricultural, and labour…

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    As I sit listening to Tucker Carlson on the Fox News Channel, I realize that using the word conservative to describe a person’s perspective is almost dangerous. Isn’t it ironic that the term coined slow-to-change, or cautious, could be so misconstrued in reference to politics today? Merriam-Wesbster defines a conservative as “a person who believes in the value of established and traditional practices in politics and society.” The English Oxford Dictionary also states that something conservative…

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    reason the Weimar Republic fell was because of Hitler and the Nazi party however it was just a simple matter of cause-and-effect. The Weimar Republic fell because of the several conflicts between each political party and their different ideals, inevitable series of events that would devastate the Republic through civil unrest which ended up of the people looking to extreme right winged parties to save the country that led to the rise of the right wing parties and saw the fall of the Weimar…

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    Castro, and consider them horrendous. His later work was worthy of would reference for a political theory and would be good for guidelines to follow. Naomi Wolfe would also be a person that one would use for politics. She has pointed out a lot issues that many Americans do not want to deal with. All of this would come to use with the paradigms set up by the democrats and republicans as reference points, and also other paradigms that have more common for reference points.…

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    which initiated this change, of which included political, economic and social influences. One of the most significant drivers of change, which contributed to the convergence of the public and private sector, was the impact and power of politics. Owen E Hughes signified the importance politics, stating that ‘the business of government is embedded in politics’ (1). Objectively looking at the political left-right dichotomy up until the mid-1970’s, the Left supported the idea of bureaucracy, state…

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    American Media Bias

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    Which suggests that there are news biases in favor of both sides of politics. To help reinforce this article I decided to ask my sister and grandpa about how much they trusted a news source based on a scale from one to five. Five being the greatest amount of trust, and one being the least amount of trust. When asked about Fox News, my grandfather responded with a five, and my sister responded with a 1. Which is consistent with the data as said by Amy et al (2014). I then asked about MSNBC, and…

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    was dirty in places I didn’t need to see. How would it feel to be getting a pep talk with your coach before a game? I long to play football again. Consequently I became sad, remembering when I was young with my mom. When she was not petrifying in a coffin, when she was still alive. Everyday I cried over her death. The doctors tried every last alternative therapy left in the daft hospital. It wasn’t enough to save her. Enough. I couldn’t do anything to help. After her death, almost all the…

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