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20 Oct 2010

America's response to Indian Nuclear development

Tutorials/exercises - 6 pages - Political science

The United States and democracy go hand in hand. Most would be surprised to hear that the United States does not even have the world's largest democracy. That is India's claim to fame. For the U.S., this is a good and a bad thing. It is good to have a corresponding...

13 Aug 2009

The practice of money laundering and politically exposed people

Tutorials/exercises - 20 pages - Political science

The practice of money laundering has long since been regarded as a criminal offence though it is primarily during recent times that the practice has been undertaken on such a scale as to pose a genuine threat to the international political and financial orders. This is due to its...

16 May 2008

Political Parties, Pressure Groups, and Voting Behavior

Tutorials/exercises - 5 pages - Political science

The National Rifle Association is among both the most effective and most controversial lobbying groups in the United States today. While their initial intention is to preserve people's right to bear arms, they have done so by staunchly opposing any piece of legislation specifically targeting any...

12 May 2008

How to Lobby, Literally

Tutorials/exercises - 5 pages - Political science

Since the United States' foundation, the people have constitutionally been granted the right to assemble and express themselves freely. The most effective assemblies over time have become the active voices of the people, pursuing fair legislation when deemed necessary through the...

28 Apr 2008

Film as a Form of Dissent: The Politics of Czech Film Miracle

Tutorials/exercises - 7 pages - Political science

In the 1960s Prague was abuzz with artistic excitement. Prague had long been the site of innovative creations in classical music and theater, but now the films coming out of the state sponsored film industry were making headlines, not only in Eastern Europe, but around the world. ...

23 Apr 2008

Canadian Politics

Tutorials/exercises - 10 pages - Political science

Canadian politics in the 20th century was full of prominent and colourful politicians, but none were as controversial as Pierre Elliot Trudeau. Pierre Trudeau was a French-Canadian born and raised in Montreal who grew up to become one of the most influential characters in Canadian history. He was...

09 Apr 2008

The World Bank

Tutorials/exercises - 2 pages - Political science

It is truly shocking the controversy that is stirred by the World Bank. What is even more shocking is how truly complex the group's operations actually are. With novels being published written strictly about “The Case Against the World Bank” (Danaher), it is probably imperative to a...

09 Feb 2008

Thoughts and Understanding on the Decline of Voter Participation

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Political science

It is a common knowledge that the most general type of political behavior is voting. Voting fundamentally represent the idea of Government being enacted by the people for the people. This is the time when a regular John Doe has a power to decide on whom, he thinks is the best to represent him and...

08 Feb 2008

Politics of Global Warming

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Political science

In the modernized lifestyles we live today, the consequences of this lifestyle seems to have finally caught up with us. Since 1994, the world's mean temperature has risen almost 1 degree Fahrenheit, and it is only increasing. This is believed to have been caused by excess gas and smoke emissions...

30 Aug 2007

What kind of leader is Condoleezza Rice?

Tutorials/exercises - 6 pages - Political science

Dr. Condoleezza Rice was sworn in as Secretary of State on January 25, 2005. She is a clear example of a leader, which possesses certain traits that have led her to where she is today. In order to evaluate her as a leader, it is necessary to look at different aspects of her leadership. It...

22 Aug 2007

Why Can't the Music Industry Stop Illegal Downloads?

Tutorials/exercises - 3 pages - Political science

Can't wait for the new Jay Z album to go on sale to get your own copy? Don't want to shell out $19.99 (plus tax!) for the latest Modest Mouse record? For those growing up in the Internet generation, these hurdles are trivial. Peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing has made acquiring media online...

22 Aug 2007

Seeds of Peace: Triumphs and Trials

Tutorials/exercises - 6 pages - Political science

How can one solve an ancient conflict? Is it possible for reconciliation to occur after years, even centuries, of dispute? How can one even attempt to play a constructive role in such a conflict? Seeds of Peace has attempted to make a change in such ancient battles as the Israeli-Palestinian...