The world is flat

“The World is Flat,” by Thomas Friedman, chronicles the influx of a large number of new players on the global economic stage that has created a strong force that is already starting to affect Americans. Friedman believes that these looming changes have the potential to produce both positive and negative results. An example that illustrates […]

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Thucydides and international relations

Thucydides is seen by some scholars as the first writer in the realist tradition as well as the founding father of International Relations.[1] There are contrasting interpretations of the ‘History of the Peloponnesian War’ as Thucydides rarely gives his opinion about the events described and the characters’ actions. This essay will adopt the realist interpretation […]

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Transitional Justice in Post-war Societies

Introduction 462 What justice is, who it serves to and what forms it can take are the issues that have been challenging philosophers, legal and political scientists for centuries making them search for answers in religious norms, in the rule of law, or even in fairness itself (Ralws 1985). Reasonably, during the periods of transitions […]

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United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF)

The purpose of this memo is to critically summarise the operations of the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) and its goals for the future. Following the end of World War II in 1946, The United Nations (UN) established a program aimed to provide the basic necessities of life to famine and disease ridden children in […]

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United Nations security council

Introduction This essay will answer the question on ‘how’ the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has changed its operations to tackle with the changing world landscape, especially after the end of the Cold War, by holding the concept from Constructivism (Social Constructivism) as a key theoretical framework. Generally, Constructivism is a social theory which is […]

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Use Realism and Liberalism to Explain the United Nations system

Topic: Use Realism and Liberalism to Explain the United Nations system. Introduction Realism emphasizes the condition on politics imposed by human nature and the non-existent of international government. Together, they conceded international relations largely a realm of power and interest (Jack, 2000), and liberalism came under the influence of various intellectuals minds and believed that […]

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The possible solution

CHAPTER VII One reason for dissatisfaction with the IWT is that, as presently constructed, it offers very thin support to the integrated or joint development of the Indus River Basin. After all the treaty’s success, in the face of huge distrust and animosity between the two signatory, had largely to do with its abandonment of […]

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The poverty issue

This issue of” Poverty” has been general concern to humanity due to the serious setback it is causing globally. It has become the World’s epidemic threatening some economic especially those in the Least Developing countries (LDCs). Hence, the magnitude of poverty though varying in different parts of the world is known to be prominent in […]

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The Region Is The Middle East International Relations Essay

The region is the Middle East. The cause of the Israel/Palestine conflict is the question of land and who rules it. Jewish colonization and Palestinian nationalism, both laying claim to the same territory is the basis of this long conflict.The land involved in the Israel/Palestine conflict totals approximately 10,000 square miles at the eastern end […]

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The Relationship Between Turkey and United Kingdom

The Relationship Between Turkey and United Kingdom Introduction: The relationship between Turkey and United Kingdom is well-rounded and covers economic, politic, military and social aspects. . In this paper, the relationship between Turkey and United Kingdom was divided as four section. These sections are information about United Kingdom, historical background of relationship, conflicts and cooperation […]

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