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23 Apr 2015

Libyan human rights

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

Libya has been plagued by various issues that have been repugnant to the attainment of the required levels of democracy. Traditions and norms applicable in the region have affected the nation in such a manner that the majority of the people has turned out to be less receptive to the attempts to...

24 Nov 2014

Theory of Political Power, From The Prince-Niccolo Machiavelli's Book

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

Niccolo Machiavelli, born in Italy on May 3, 1469 was a known political philosopher and diplomat during the Renaissance, and famous for his political treaties, The Prince (1513), which has become the cornerstone of the modern political philosophy. Niccolo provided an opinion on how a ruler should...

21 Nov 2014

The Social-Cultural Identity of Greek- Americans

Case study - 10 pages - Political science

According to some, Astoria is the largest “city” of the Greek outside the Athens-Greece. The New York's Queens Neighborhoods of Astoria, New York conjure up the image of a Greek immigrant community that has lived in it for over forty years (Hantzopoulos, 2005). For the Greeks and their...

20 Nov 2014

The Iron Curtain, 1948- Film Propaganda and American Politics

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

The 1940s marked the purge of Anti-communists films within the American Film industry. The cold war affected the America in nearly all its facets whether cultural or political. Subsequent to President Winston Churchill announcing the fall of the iron curtain that divided the Soviet Union from its...

10 Nov 2014

The United States Foreign Policies - The Relationship between the United States and China

Case study - 6 pages - Political science

The world has become a global economy. This has facilitated the need for countries to interact from a personal level. The desire to interact is facilitated by the fact that countries have the same desire to progress economically and socially hence the emergence of the need for countries to...

10 Nov 2014

The relationship between the military and civilian leadership in the United States

Case study - 6 pages - Political science

The civil-military leadership involves the interaction between the uniformed military and the civilians. Attitudes and actions of both civilians and military shape this relationship (Leonard, par. 1). -America has had tension between the military (both in the office and retired) and the...

06 Nov 2014

The Euro crisis and its impact

Case study - 19 pages - Political science

The Euro crisis is an economic crisis which not only points to the weaknesses of economic integration, but also points at the consequences of poor economic policies at the state level. The aim of this paper is to synthesize literature on the causes, progression and impacts of the Euro crisis on...

29 Oct 2014

Theme of the lost generation- International Relations, Analysis

Case study - 8 pages - Political science

The lost generation is a term that has spread out its roots into the ages of history between 1500 and 1950, during and after the World War 1. Following the pressure and the need for state and individual freedom globally, young and energetic men found themselves in the battlefield, armed for war....

25 Jul 2014

Partisanship and Political Typology

Case study - 2 pages - Political science

Partisanship is supporting a group of people, a person or a political party. Some of American people's political attitude is just theoretical while others are choosing not to identify themselves with a political party. Some of the factors that influence people in choosing political parties may...

14 Mar 2014

A History of American Imperialism

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

Today we still see the struggle of two ideologically opposed groups of Americans, on one side there are the imperialist, people who embrace a philosophy born from Americans such as Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge. They believed it is our manifest destiny too expand the reach of the...

29 Jan 2014

Crime organization in Mexico and its impact on democratic institutions

Case study - 7 pages - Political science

Mexico's long road towards consolidating a democratic regime is wavering in its security due to the rampant growth and development of the organized crime in the country. As democratic institutions in Mexico have gained strength and made progress, so has the presence of organized crime in...

13 Jan 2014

Modernizing Texas' Vocational Educational Programs for Offenders

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

In Texas, the correctional facilities have incorporated vocational education programs in their institutions. This started because the criminal justice institutions, practitioners, and the correctional policy makers took an interest in the transition of the prisoners from prison into the community...

26 Nov 2013

Economic advantages and disadvantages of immigration into the U.S

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

Immigrants to the United States have historically elicited passionate debates on whether they are of economic benefit or an economic burden to the country. Those who hold the view that immigrants are of economic benefit have advanced views including that with the coming of immigrants into the...

19 Nov 2013

War and Crime

Case study - 2 pages - Political science

Throughout history, the idea of crime has developed worldwide. What someone 100 years ago thought of as crime is very different from what we consider crime today. When we think of a criminal, we have the image of a convict in stripes to entertain us. Over time, our experiences and the example of...

15 Nov 2013

A clash of civilizations in France?

Case study - 10 pages - Political science

Huntington's influence in international relations (Graham 2004) necessitates a deconstruction of his, and question whether it is still applicable today. However, it is essential to define Huntington's civilization: the “...highest cultural grouping of people and the broadest level of...

15 Nov 2013

Is France a racist country? Explain in relation to colonial and post-colonial history

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

Racism is a topic which has influenced world history in immeasurable ways. From apartheid in South Africa to the 2005 Cronulla riots, race and racism affects us all, so it is with little wonder that many have questioned in hindsight, the actions and policies of countries globally. This essay...

13 Sep 2013

Racial Differences in Albany, New York

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

The ever growing population in Albany, New York is now approximately 19,306,183 residents. Of the 19,306,183 people residing in Albany, New York more than half, 67.9% make up my race. Albany, New York has 15.9% average of African American, 15.1% of Hispanic or Latino, 0.4% of Native American or...

12 Sep 2013

The White Rose Movement

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

Most Americans never have and hopefully never will experience living under a totalitarian government, and therefore cannot imagine the difficulties and the severe consequences that resulted from opposition. It was impossible to speak openly because one never knew who might be Nazi spies or...

23 Jul 2013

A critical review of Downs, A. (1957) 'An Economic Theory of Political Action in a Democracy', Journal of Political Economy, 65(2): 135-150

Case study - 3 pages - Political science

In his seminal work “An economic Theory of Political Action in Democracy” Anthony Downs suggests that traditional economic theory is united in its exclusion of the impact of government as an economic agent. He sets out to address this issue by creating a model that sets key conditions...

09 Jul 2013

Late nineteenth century imperialism can best be understood in terms of concerns over national weakness rather than as an assertion of national strength. Discuss.

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

The last quarter of the nineteenth century saw European Great Powers, including Great Britain, France and Germany, engaged in an active colonial policy, or what historians may term New Imperialism. This era was marked by the formalisation of colonies and empire through treaties, as well as an...

05 Jul 2013

How far do you agree that the crisis experienced by China in the late 1980s was due to "the inevitable consequences of the policies of economic liberalization by Deng Xiaoping"?

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

Shortly after the death of Mao Zedong in 1976 came the rehabilitation of Deng Xiaoping. During the latter's reign, China experienced a crisis in the late 1980s, the 1989 Tiananmen Crisis, during which the army attacked students who held a demonstration demanding political liberalisation. This...

05 Jul 2013

The turning point at which Europe failed to turn. How accurately does this describe the impact of the 1848 revolutions in either Italy or Germany?

Case study - 4 pages - Political science

In January 1848, popular discontent towards the situation on the Italian peninsula manifested itself in the outbreak of revolution, which continued throughout the year and into 1849. This, known as the 1848 revolutions, was provoked by socio-economic factors like unemployment and poor harvests,...

28 Jun 2013

To what extent was the 1979 Sino-Vietnamese border war about the situation in Cambodia?

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

On the 17th February 1979 the People's Republic of China (PRC) launched a large-scale attack into Vietnam in order « to teach Vietnam a lesson » , according to the words of Deng Xiao Ping, general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party since Mao Zedong's death....

28 Jun 2013

Sufism is occasionally accused of being outside the realm of Shari'a. Discuss this issue, referring to changes in the attitude towards Sufism at different times in early / medieval Islamic History

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

Sufism is a trend of Islam that puts the stress on experiencing God, by trying to find direct and intimate knowledge of God. The etymology of the Arabic word “suf” which means “wool” because of the garments worn by the first Sufis, is a good illustration of the...

21 Jun 2013

The Native American Right to Sovereignty

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

The arrival of Christopher Columbus in 1492 caused a marked change in the course of Native American history. From the 16th to the 19th centuries, subsequent European invaders justified removal of Natives based on beliefs of religious and cultural superiority. After American independence and the...

18 Jun 2013

World War II: the United States and Great Britain

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

The period preceding the World War II in many respects defined the role of the USA in the pending war. It was crucial in a sense that the US had undergone one of the direst economic crises and was at the outset of industrial revolution. President Franklin Roosevelt proved himself to be...

18 Jun 2013

Freedom to comment

Case study - 1 pages - Political science

We live in a nation where we have freedom of speech, but do we always feel we are free to speak our minds? I think the answer to this is no. There are times when we are part of a group and afraid to speak up because our opinion is different from those around us. When this group is other people we...

14 Jun 2013

The first Macedonian War, flawed alliances and mistakes

Case study - 4 pages - Political science

The first Macedonian War between Philip V of Macedon and the Roman Republic took place between 214 - 205 BC. This war was one of three that led to the division and the eventual end of Macedonia. Prior to the beginning of any known physical conflict between the nations of Rome and...

14 Jun 2013

Turkmenistan and benefits for the US

Case study - 25 pages - Political science

Turkmenistan is a country full of promises and potential for a brighter future to the world. Throughout history, the country of Turkmenistan has provided an abundance of archeological finds as well as an advance dwelling civilization. This civilization has been through many epochs and...

14 Jun 2013

Capitalism's downfall

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

March 4th, 1883 is the date that Karl Heinrich Marx passed away, however his theories and legacy still live to this day. Post-mortem, his messaged was interpreted and criticized very differently between numerous political scientists, philosophers and theorists. Presently, the leftist...

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