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24 Oct 2023

Toward the African Revolution - Frantz Fanon (1964) - What was his Influence on the Process of Liberation of Algeria and the Price of Conscience of Peoples under Foreign Domination?

Text commentary - 8 pages - Political science

The work of Frantz FANON imposes itself with a particular relief in the intellectual currents, which underlines what is called "the awakening of the Third World". More than the passionate and lucid description of a situation, it constitutes a vast attempt to synthesize the historical experience...

23 Oct 2023

How did Brexit impact British politics?

Essay - 2 pages - Political science

The issue of Brexit has been at the centre of European politics for years now. Since we cannot tackle it as a whole, we are going to look at the social aspects that led to such a decision and the implications that Brexit has had not on the European Union, but on the United Kingdom itself. How did...

27 Sep 2023

What are the main institutions and actors that decide on, influence, and implement EU foreign policymaking vis-à-vis Morocco?

Essay - 7 pages - Political science

The main priorities of the European Union's external relations concern its extension to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe and its relations with the countries of the Mediterranean region which are not members of the European Union in the will to pursue a coherent action. As far as...

07 Sep 2023

The conflict in Northern Ireland

Essay - 8 pages - Political science

Nowadays, the country or province of Northern Ireland is a peaceful part of Europe, and nobody coming to visit Belfast could even imagine that one of the most recent conflicts in Europe - apparently - ended there only two decades ago - even if, of course, the memories of the elder remain. After...

05 Sep 2023

The New York Times, For Trump, a Year of Reinventing the Presidency - Peter Baker (2017) - In what ways is Donald Trump reinventing the American presidency?

Text commentary - 1 pages - Political science

The document is a 170-word essay commenting the article "For Trump, a Year of Reinventing the Presidency" written in The New York Times by Peter Baker on December 31, 2017.

21 Aug 2023

Written speech - David Lloyd George (22 August 1918) - The role and personality of the Welsh Prime Minister

Text commentary - 4 pages - Political science

"Courage calls to courage everywhere, and its voice cannot be denied" stated the militant and politician Millicent Fawcett, founder of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societie (NWSS), in a famous rallying feminist speech, embodying perfectly the British ongoing move towards women's...

29 Jul 2023

The diplomatic crisis - Recep Tayyip Erdogan: his ambition for himself and his vision for his country

Presentation - 6 pages - Political science

Erdogan had always had the project of building a strong Turkey, being only possible with him at his head, according to him and his supporters. With this in mind, he did everything to strengthen his power to the detriment of some and consolidate Turkey's role on the world stage without really...

29 Jul 2023

How does the Osman Kavala decision reveal the character of the current President and his vision for Turkey in 2021?

Dissertation - 2 pages - Political science

In October 2021, 10 ambassadors in Turkey signed a common press release to show their opposition against the decision from the court of Istanbul, which had ordered to keep in detention the political opponent, Osman Kavala, during his trial. Behind these accusations, the actual Turkish president,...

27 May 2023

Places and forms of power

Essay - 1 pages - Political science

In this notion we talk about the violence of some people and guns with laws which guns gone and the NRA. First, we can say that the 5th Amendment authorized keeping guns. All are beginning on 1776 July 4th with the Independence Day from UK, then there is the Constitution on 1789 and to finish on...

22 May 2023

American Civilization - The President

Course material - 2 pages - Political science

Only Congress can impeach and remove a president if convicted of treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdyweaner. Only the House of Representatives can bring impeachment proceeding against the president by a majority vote. And then, the president is tried by the Senate. The Chief Justice...

22 May 2023

Social Media Platforms and British Politics

Essay - 2 pages - Political science

Social media platforms have become a ubiquitous part of modern life, revolutionizing the way individuals and communities interact with one another. They have played an increasingly significant role in shaping the political landscape, enabling political candidates to reach out to voters more...

03 Apr 2023

Practical Guide for an Essay About Guns

Essay - 3 pages - Political science

In the US, a third of the population owns a gun. It is estimated that more 300 k guns are owned in the US. However, each year, guns caused about 30 000 deaths, and among them many suicides. In 2017, more than 400 mass shootings occurred in the USA. In the recent years, many shootings occurred in...

18 Mar 2023

Political Parties and Election in the Middle East and North Africa

Summary - 2 pages - Political science

This text is based on "Elections under authoritarianism: Preliminary lessons from Jordan" by Ellen Lust, "Bullets over Ballots: Islamist groups, the state and electoral violence in Egypt and Morocco" by Hendrik Kraetzschmara and Francesco Cavatortab and "Elections and Distributive Politics in...

18 Mar 2023

Political Parties and Elections - Politics of the Middle East and North Africa

Summary - 2 pages - Political science

This text is based on "After the Arab Spring: Do Muslims vote Islamic now?" by Charles Kurzman and Didem Türkoglu, "Elections in the Arab world: Why do citizens turn out?" by Carolina de Miguel, Amaney A. Jamel and Mark Tessler, "The Middle East" by Ellen Lust and "Bricks and Mortar Clientelism:...

23 Jan 2023

Between 1856 and 1914, how did the authority of the central power try to build and impose itself on the multiethnic Russian imperial domain despite the rise of national affirmations?

Essay - 9 pages - Political science

On the eve of World War I in 1914, Russia is one of the most backward powers and the entire political system collapses in 1917 with the Russian Revolution. However, these two elements are opposed to the will of the tsar Alexander II in 1856, who, after the defeat of the Crimean War, decided to...

10 Jan 2023

John Fitzgerald Kennedy's Murder and Conspiracies

Course material - 2 pages - Political science

On the 22nd of November 1963, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was killed in Dallas city center while riding in a presidential car to promote his reelection. Shot with several bullets, the youngest president of the United States died a few minutes later. It was an incredible shock for America and the...

09 Jan 2023

Political Inaction

Essay - 1 pages - Political science

Democracy allows people to make choices. We can see it for instance nowadays with the choice of being vaccinated against coronavirus. In France, there is the possibility for a group of citizens supported by senators to make a referendum. Hugo Clement, a journalist, decided to use this possibility...

12 Dec 2022

Haiti briefing note and building mission solution : state of the country and developments of solutions

Case study - 7 pages - Political science

In October 2015, elections were deferred indefinitely due to allegations of fraud. The new elections were further postponed due to Hurricane Matthew and finally took place in November 2016, Jovenel Moïse won 56% of the vote. There was a holding of an electoral tribunal to conduct a verification...

22 Nov 2022

Dangerous Tales: Dominant Narratives on the Congo and their Unintended Consequences - Autesserre (2012) - The Legitimacy of Simple Narratives and their Effects and Consequence on the International and Local Plan

Summary - 2 pages - Political science

The Democratic Republic of Congo, the largest country in Sub-Saharan Africa has always been the gravity point of political conflicts and insecurities. The DR of Congo claimed its independence from Belgium in 1960, however, the country has been subject to many secessionist movements since then,...

20 Nov 2022

Geopolitics of the Iranian Country

Course material - 16 pages - Political science

Islam became more militant after the fall of the caliphate. From the beginning of the 1920s, the Syrian Rashid Rida (1865-1935) was the first to refer to the notion of the Islamic State (al-dawla islamiyya), but without proposing a systematic political program. The return to Islamic Law...

04 Nov 2022

Essay: the coronavirus crisis, a result of political mistakes across the world?

Essay - 4 pages - Political science

Mistakes often take place when critical policy-making institutions and politicians take wrong decisions - for instance through under-reaction or overreaction to critical issues, as a result of preoccupation with symbolic and ideological concerns - or as a result of the adoption of wrong policy...

19 Sep 2022

The British Parliament

Course material - 24 pages - Political science

This document is a lesson on the British Parliament, explaining how it is constituted and how it works.

17 Sep 2022

November 20, 2014, televised speech - Barack Obama (2014) - How does the search for a middle ground end up being an ambiguous approach towards immigration ?

Text commentary - 5 pages - Political science

The issue of immigration has always been central to Barack Obama's presidential term. As early as 2010, the Obama administration tried to get Congress to adopt part of the "comprehensive immigration reform", it included several measures such as a program to provide a path to legal status for...

05 Sep 2022

Community Health Promotion Program: Transition to Ontario Long-term Care

Essay - 5 pages - Political science

This is a community health promotion program designed to promote the transition to long-term care in the province of Ontario, Canada. According to a report by the Ontario Long-term Care Association in April 2019, more than 115,000 elderly people in Ontario are in long-term care support. It is...

05 Sep 2022

The Ethical Implications of Police Officers Accepting Free Goods and Services from the Public On- or Off-Duty

Essay - 3 pages - Political science

Ethical issues define the moral responsibility that an individual has, which defines and shapes their conduct. From Kantian ethics, the duty obligation is supposed to limit the behavior of an individual, which is supposed to be defined by the standards that are supposed to be held. Police...

07 Aug 2022

Theories of British Politics in the 20th century

Essay - 5 pages - Political science

Twentieth-century British politics have been linked to one of the most discussed primal concepts within the existing global affairs, particularly throughout the past seven years. With fundamental referendums which exceptionally resulted in the dramatic withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the...

05 Aug 2022

In what ways conflicts between political entities in the Middle East have been shaped by the history of state formation in the area?

Essay - 6 pages - Political science

The key terms to understand such situations are "political entities" and "state formation". Speaking of political entities rather than states shows the diversity of actors that make up the political life of the Middle East and can change the configuration of the borders, ranging from paramilitary...

04 Aug 2022

Public Service: The Australian Perspective

Tutorials/exercises - 4 pages - Political science

Public service, in the general context, refers to services which are aimed at addressing specific needs of a certain sect of the general public. In light of a government set up, such services are rendered by public government entities and agencies to the members of public within a governmental...

31 Jul 2022

The European Union and its neighbors to the East and South-East of the Continent and to the Middle East

Course material - 11 pages - Political science

The European Union has still very limited means in terms of foreign and security and defense policy, and its members still follow quite different foreign policy agendas. But the EU confronts several and often growing problems and crisis in her immediate vicinity.

31 Jul 2022

The United States and the World: A New World Order?

Course material - 7 pages - Political science

We remember George Bush's optimism in 1990: he had announced "A New World Order", resting on the promotion of liberal democracy and free enterprise everywhere, resting on the UN (at last again effective due to the end of the Cold War) and on American benevolent hegemony. One could have the...