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07 Oct 2020

The Dayton Peace agreement

Essay - 9 pages - International relations

The Dayton Peace agreement, initiated in Dayton, Ohio in November 1995 and signed in Paris a month later, put an end to the worst conflict Europe had known since the Second World War. After three years of diplomatic shortcomings and blocked negotiations, US envoy Richard Hoolbrooke - the...

07 Oct 2020

Operation Serval's strategic considerations and Clausewitz

Essay - 10 pages - International relations

In February 2011, Geoff D. Porter commented on the increased activity of al-Qa'ida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), whose 'kidnap and ransom threat' made a growing instability factor in the Saharan region. Establishing multiple groups on the cross-border zone of northern Mali, northern...

05 Aug 2017

Governance and organized crime

Essay - 3 pages - International relations

Organized crime has over the years developed into a global problem with law enforcement agencies and nongovernmental organizations taking the initiative to stop activities carried out by these organized crime groups. Nongovernmental have also intervened in reducing the involvement of society into...

22 Mar 2016

Refugee studies, humanitarian issues in International Politics

Essay - 6 pages - International relations

The concept of humanitarian protection encompasses the various activities that are aimed at achieving full respect for the rights of individuals in accordance with the letter and the spirit of the relevant law bodies. Moreover, the relevant bodies of humanitarian, human rights and refugee law...

28 Jun 2012

Modernization and Globalization in Bangladesh: A Case Study

Essay - 8 pages - International relations

Many hailed the 2004 opening of Bashundhara City, a world-class shopping mall located in Bangladesh's capital city of Dhaka, as yet another indicator of the country's consistently expanding economy. This was the first Western-style mall to open in the country and accordingly it has created quite...

28 Jun 2012

Britain and France in Mandatory Palestine and Lebanon: Power, Division, and the Nation

Essay - 13 pages - International relations

Most scholars of the Middle East agree that many conflicts present in the Middle East today can be attributed to the borders drawn by Western powers during the crucial Mandate period beginning in 1919 and continuing through the outbreak of World War I. The cases of Palestine/Israel and Lebanon...

28 Jun 2012

Emmeline Lott: An Adventure into the Harems of Egypt

Essay - 17 pages - International relations

Throughout the 1800s, European academic was interested in the unfamiliar lands of the Middle East. various Egyptologists and Orientalist scholars brought lengthy descriptions of Eastern culture, history, and customs back to the Western world. The testament of Emmeline Lott, perhaps only an...

02 Apr 2012

Is the US still the world's only superpower or is the US no longer so significant in world affairs?

Essay - 5 pages - International relations

A superpower has been defined as “a country that has the capacity to project dominating power and influence anywhere in the world and so may plausibly attain the status of global hegemony. The basic components of superpower stature may be measured along the four axes of power: military,...

29 Jun 2011

The Effects of the Soviet Union's Foreign Policy on the United States

Essay - 6 pages - International relations

Relations with the Soviet Union have been a large concern for the United States since the end of World War II and the emergence of the Cold War. The Soviet Union and its foreign policy during that time prompted otherwise avoidable animosity and conflict for the United States, namely with the...

28 Jun 2011

Zimbabwe: An International affairs perspective analysis

Essay - 5 pages - International relations

Since the beginning of the twenty first century, the country of Zimbabwe has been either ejected from table conversation or is seen—in most circles, anyway— as a basket case. This is because common perception holds that over the course of this past decade Zimbabwe has more or less...

22 Feb 2011

Contrasting and comparing the ethics of the healthcare system in the Netherlands, Denmark and the United States of America by means of the different moral philosophies

Essay - 7 pages - International relations

I'll be going over 3 different health care systems in 3 different countries; the Netherlands, Denmark and the United States of America. For each country I will give a brief explanation of the current health care system and then I will go over the advantages and disadvantages keeping the following...

03 Feb 2011

Implications of the war in Iraq

Essay - 14 pages - International relations

The war in Iraq, called the third Gulf war follows the conflict between Iraq and Kuwait which lasted from August 1990 to February 1991. It is difficult to date the beginning, because the United States and the United Kingdom had begun to bomb Iraq in 1992, bringing with them by force of "no-fly...

03 Feb 2011

The anti-globalization: another logical organization of global space

Essay - 7 pages - International relations

The process of universalization is essential for all, whether it is appreciated or not, whether one thinks to be profited by it or as a victim of it. But the globalization of the economy is not enough to summarize the world of ours: however, other processes coexist thus making this issue more...

03 Feb 2011

Chinese Presence in Africa, and its Economic Impact

Essay - 16 pages - International relations

The African continent is the second largest continent in the world, and is the second most populous continent. This continent has abundant natural resources like gold, diamonds, oil etc. and has been the bone of contention between the super powers of the world for a long time now. China has...

27 Jan 2011

Is the political and cultural organization of Lebanon an inherited process of decolonization?

Essay - 6 pages - International relations

At the end of the First World War, the breakup of the Ottoman Empire left the Middle East disrupted, destabilized, and therefore potentially dangerous, especially in the view of Western powers. After the horror of this war, the desire for a lasting and definitive peace was stronger than ever, and...

27 Jan 2011

How are competences between the EU and the Member States with the Treaty of Lisbon controlled?

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The European Union (EU), as we know it today, is the result of decade-long integration efforts, and officially came into being with the Schuman Declaration on 9 May 1950. The process of the European construction has been a lengthy one; the primary goal behind a European entity was to prevent the...

27 Jan 2011

The Iranian nuclear issue

Essay - 8 pages - International relations

Iran, a country regarded as a major red herring by Western powers, has been at the center of all debates on the international stage following the acceleration of its uranium enrichment program. The Iranian issue is presented now as "The central political issue of our time" mixing all the new...

27 Jan 2011

The region of 'African Great Lakes'

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The term 'African Great Lakes' represents 4 countries of Central Africa: Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly called as Zaire), Uganda and Rwanda. This region was characterized by the presence of multitude of lakes which were forming the natural border between the countries...

27 Jan 2011

Conflicts in Africa

Essay - 9 pages - International relations

Ever since 50 years Africa is the continent with highest concentration of conflicts in its territory. Marginalized within the international system because of its small economic size, Africa still remains a subject of interest to study International Relations. At a time when maOver the past 50...

27 Jan 2011

The intervention of the World Trade Organization in regulating international trade

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The 'classic' body of rules of GATT, which form the basis of the WTO, is based on a project of progressive liberalization. Successive rounds served the goal of gradually reducing trade barriers, more generally to facilitate access to domestic markets. Once the bulk of this objective is...

27 Jan 2011

The rise of power of China and its opportunities facing the American superpower

Essay - 8 pages - International relations

The People's Republic of China today plays an increasingly important role at the regional and international levels.In recent history it is rare that a country has maintained its hegemony for over a century. One may therefore question whether the U.S. can extend their supremacy for...

02 Dec 2010

Should Turkey Be welcomed in the EU?

Essay - 11 pages - International relations

Since October 2005, the accession of negotiations has been opened between the European Union and Turkey. However, the debate is still raging on Turkey's inclusion or rejection. In this presentation, we have examined whether Turkey should or should not be welcomed in the HAVE segment. This...

29 Sep 2010

The Darfur Crisis

Essay - 12 pages - International relations

Since February 2003, Sudan's western province of Darfur has been the site of an extremely violent conflict between the province's nomadic Arab tribes, supported by the government in Khartoum, and the native African settled peasant tribes. Fighting among various factions has killed...

29 Sep 2010

Analysis of the creation United States of Africa

Essay - 24 pages - International relations

The United States of Africa is a project that has been raising issues for decades. Indeed, many international actors, activists groups, countries and other companies are concerned about the unity of an African people formed as a strong and powerful continent. It is true that many key topics are...

29 Sep 2010

Can conflict be avoided in human societies ?

Essay - 6 pages - International relations

In each society, people have to face struggles and fights as soon as the day begins. They have to scramble just in order to reach and to creep into a subway. Others must cover a long walk just to bring back some water. Everyone has a daily struggle against the time, or against the crowd, or...

29 Sep 2010

How does Realism help us to understand international relations?

Essay - 4 pages - International relations

The study of International Relations regroups a large range of theorists who have different opinions about the way international politics are organised. Among these theorists, you can generally distinguish three main schools of thoughts, the liberals, the Marxists and the realists. They all help...

29 Sep 2010

Short essay: Security Council Reform In The United Nations and Changing World Politics (Westview Press, 2007), the author argues that "a significant shake-up in the way the UN does business is essential" if the UN is to keep pace with changing world

Essay - 3 pages - International relations

The UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, called in September 2003 for the reform of the UN Security Council (UNSC), in order to make it more effective and more representative, given the changed geopolitical realities. Diverse problems affect both the efficiency and the representative character of...

29 Sep 2010

Humanitarian corridors

Essay - 5 pages - International relations

A humanitarian corridor aims at facilitating the transportation of charitable supplies like food, clothes, medicines, and hospital services such as ambulances that are directed to the local population in times of crisis in conflict zones. It is set on a specific route for a given time....

29 Sep 2010

The Outbreak of an Ethnic - Conflict in Serbia

Essay - 3 pages - International relations

Like many other peoples throughout Europe, the Serbs form a community united by a common history and a common culture. Serbs feel specifically united by their historical sufferings, mainly the Ottoman rule until the 19th century and the persecution by the Croatian Usta'e during World War Two....

29 Sep 2010

Partition or Consocialism?

Essay - 3 pages - International relations

Facing proliferating ethnic conflicts since the end of the Cold War (the most important ones being Rwanda and Yugoslavia)the international community needs to find new and efficient solutions to ensure peace between ethnic groups and give them political power in order to prevent new massacres and...

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