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  • Joseph Stalin And The Major Failures Of The Soviet Union

    Soviet Union after the death of Vladimir Lenin. From the beginning Stalin, had a clear vision of the direction the Soviet Union had to take. To Stalin, the answer to strengthen Russia was rapid industrialization. After all, Marxist theory ordained that a socialist society must be highly industrialized with an overwhelming preponderance of workers. Stalin’s rapid industrialization brought many failures that particularly affected peasants the most, but it also came to be one of the Soviet Union…

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  • The Triumph Of Good Over Evil In John Knowles's A Separate Peace

    1770’s, colonists lived in North America under British rule. They had grown more than uneasy because Britain was treating them harshly through trade, taxes, and temperament. In the affairs of trade, the United Kingdom tended to be unjust towards the immigrants in North America. George Washington would often complain that London would “ ‘palm sometimes old,…

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  • Arctic Analysis

    by regional institutions more than national alliances and entities. This paper will argue that to a large extent the world is transitioning from a nation based world to a regional world using three examples: Catalonia, the Arctic and the European Union. Regionalism consists of the idea that politics are conceived in regional rather than national terms. Catalonia is an example of growing regionalism as a sub-state region in Spain. Catalonia is…

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  • How Did The Cold War Affect The World

    arose. This conflict is called the Cold War. Many countries were terrified since nuclear war and World War III was a possibility if the war didn’t stop. It affected many regions of the world, particularly East and West Berlin and Cuba. The Soviet Union helped Cuba and established in the world as more than one of America’s allies. In actuality, Cuba was treated more like a colony than anything else, and the US was blind to its needs. America ignored the oppressive and dictatorial regime of…

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  • President Truman's US Containment Policy

    The Marshall Plan paid off western europe and then later to rebuild war-torn Europe to prevent the spread of communism, facilitate global trade and free markets, and encourage European peace. The U.S. gave $13 billion to European nations through the Marshall Plan. The Eastern European countries rejected Marshall Plan aid because of pressure from the Soviet Union, who feared non-communist influence in communist regions. The Marshall Plan ended in 1951; many argue that it was…

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  • Russia Migration Essay

    1950s; (2) pollution that comes in from Selenga River, which collects industrial waste; and, (3) pollution tied to increased agricultural chemicals. How do population dynamics in the Transcaucasus or Central Asian areas of the former Soviet Union compare to those in the Russian Federation? What cultural factors may explain the disparities? What role does voluntary migration play? What might occur to the Russian Federation’s dominance of the region if current trends continue? ·…

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  • Nationalism In Germany Essay

    Nationalism is a common centripetal force for states. Pride for a country’s history and culture is important, especially in an increasingly globalized and ‘flat’ world where folk culture can feel oppressed, but sometimes intense levels of nationalism prove to be more of a centrifugal force. Europe has an intense history surrounding the development of the state in according to different nations. Italy had to unify a number of very small nations to create a relatively new state while Germany was…

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  • Absolute Advantage In The 19th Century

    As volumes of trade increased, a newer theory was offered in the 18th century by Adam Smith, who introduced the concept of absolute advantage. Smith was the first to point out that unrestricted trade and free international competition benefit a nation more than the Mercantilist thinking (Schumacher, 2012): according to Smith, specialisation and concentration of workers on a single task in a factory would lead to greater skill and overall higher productivity than what would be achieved if these…

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  • Was Joseph Stalin A Threat To The Soviet Union

    The mid-20th century was the time of the rise of Communism, in which Soviet Union (or Russia) was the pioneer. Under the leadership of Lenin, the Communist Party gained power in Russia in 1920, ending the bloody Civil War. With the authority of Lenin and the Bolsheviks, Soviet Union was significantly improved economically and societally, especially after suffering the tremendous casualties since the Great War. Nonetheless, after Lenin’s death in 1924, Joseph Stalin finally gained power and…

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  • Why Is John F Kennedy Successful

    being built so close to the shores of the United States, war was on the border of nuclear war. According to Smith (2003), “[on] September 4, President Kennedy revealed the presence of ground-to-air antiaircraft missiles in Cuba and warned the Soviet Union not to install offensive weapons in Cuba,” in which the Soviets did not listen too (266). The Kennedy administration went into a state of crisis management that took them in many different directions. Most of the administration was torn between…

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