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29 Sep 2010

The Iraq war: an International Relations Theory Analysis

Case study - 16 pages - Political science

On the nineteenth of March 2003 America and its allies started their invasion of Iraq. This intervention had the official goal of the struggle against a terrorism-friendly country, to avoid the expansion of mass destruction weapons and establish a democratic breakthrough in the Middle East. This...

12 Aug 2009

Jordanian politics

Case study - 8 pages - Political science

The IMF and World Bank have both praised the economic and political reforms Jordan launched in the 1990s. The reforms touched “domestic taxation/subsidy polices, trade liberalization polices, monetary/financial sector polices, exchange rate polices, price reform and privatization,”...

09 Jun 2009

Self-expression with regard to the political environment: The case of Czechoslovakia

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

Throughout history, nations have subordinated others politically, culturally and economically. The ruling regime usually used people who spoke out as an example in order to stifle the rest of the population. The ruling regime would utilize such cases to exercise their power of intimidation. This...

28 May 2009

Maasai gender relations during the colonial period: A patriarchal transformation

Case study - 15 pages - Political science

The imposition of colonial power in Africa disrupted all aspects of indigenous society. Not only were Africans robbed of political independence, but pre-colonial social structures were also destroyed or transformed based on the mercy of certain colonial powers. The Maasai, a pastoral people in...

01 Apr 2009

Communism and it's success in China

Case study - 23 pages - Political science

Communism is an ideology that seeks to establish a classless, stateless social organization based on common ownership of the means of production. It can be considered a branch of the broader socialist movement. Communism as a political goal is generally a conjectured form of...

21 Jan 2009

The response of the Republican administrations of the 1950s and the Democrat administrations of the 1960s to the domestic problems they faced

Case study - 8 pages - Political science

Burning bras, rebel “teenagers”, rioting black Americans, burning cities, angry students and happy hippies are only a few amidst a veritable panoply of symbols of an exploding and ebullient young America struggling to find itself throughout the vibrant fifties and sixties, an era of...

13 Jan 2009

Surasia's Ministry of Internal Affairs (Headquarters)

Case study - 16 pages - Political science

This paper will analyse the Suraisia government Ministry of Internal Affairs attempt to introduce an innovative culture to the Ministry of internal affairs HQ (MIQ) through the creation of “SSS” and “3i” initiatives. This analysis will take into account the drivers of the...

09 Jan 2009

Comparative analysis of the political parties and the party systems: the case of the Czech Republic and Slovakia

Case study - 6 pages - Political science

Although sharing institutions for over seventy years, and the transition pathways from communism, the two successor states of the former Czechoslovakia have faced different challenges in the state-building process and adopted distinct economic policies over the past thirteen years since Slovakia...

01 Sep 2008

German vs. Italian nationalism

Case study - 14 pages - Political science

Indeed, in tracing the development of nationalism in the early 19th century, we are confronted with the inherent weaknesses of division, particularism and mass indifference; dubious motives of ‘nationalists' and oft-yieldless attempts to surmount forces of repression- to the point that it is...

30 Jul 2008

The role of litigation in intercollegiate athletics of title IX

Case study - 8 pages - Political science

Title IX of the 1972 Education Amendments Act reads “No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial...

05 May 2008

Citizenship & Democracy: Civil Society and the Democratization of Kosovo

Case study - 5 pages - Political science

The emergence of Kosovo as a modern nation-state is a recent development, tracing its immediate roots to the 1990s. At this time Kosovo was still a province of Serbia and under the authority of Serbia's leader, Slobodan Milosevic. Milosevic went to extreme measures to put down the...

25 Apr 2008

Eminent Domain Use and Abuse in Long Branch, New Jersey

Case study - 7 pages - Political science

Eminent domain is, at its essence, the power of a governmental entity to take private real estate for public use, with or without the permission of its owner. The right is most often exercised as a last resort, when all other avenues of negotiations have failed, to acquire land for the...

23 Apr 2008

Examining the Positive and Negative Aspects of Affirmative Action

Case study - 4 pages - Political science

When one examines even the earliest hunter gatherer societies it becomes evident that women have always worked alongside men. Yet as societies began to progress away from the hunter gatherer lifestyle, women's work started to become less recognized despite its obvious importance. As time moved on...