Academic Papers on All Issues in Global Politics

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A 10 page research analysis on the European Union; specifically which factors influence a country to join or decide not to join the Union. Included are the history of the union, its political and economic attributes, and which factors have been hailed and which have caused problems for countries before and after joining the organization. ...

A 5 page research paper on how the global economy affects Americans every day. The writer details job loss, changes in industries, political implications, and what consumer goods are available. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

In 8 pages the author discusses the social, political, technological, envrironmental, and economic circumstances of the global human population. The author concludes that "the global human population is fast growing as a crux for a multitude of possible problems. Along with people there always comes problems. Those problems can be social, political, technological, ...

In 5 pages the author discusses the population explosion that has become rampant in the world, and the possible outcome of the population explosion. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

A 10 page paper on how the world in light of shared technology and new democracies has caused alarm for peoples in third world countries, whose natural and human resources have been utilized in the past by first world countries to maintain economic superiority. This has special significance to countries with widely dispersed forms ...

The Third World

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A 5 page paper discussing the Third World and their present, as well as past, situation in relationship with poverty, as it relates to the book edited by Jonathan S. Petrikin entitled, 'The Third World.' These countries have long been considered to be uncivilized and well behind other, more apparently prosperous, countries. The book ...

5 pages in length. The author discusses the need for women's rights activists in the international community and gives examples of the current treatment of women. Several platforms for change are discussed. Bibliography included.

An 8 page research essay on the current human rights issues facing the United Nations, and the economic, political and religious aspects of the struggle for global equity. The writer argues that although the sheer number of human rights violations is numbing, the recognition of the problem and the work that is proceeding toward ...

An 8 page research paper in which the writer assesses the importance of human rights issues in the eyes of the United Nations. Discussed are the Human Rights Commission, the State Security Investigation of Egypt, and various other organizations working to enforce common principles of human rights in the world. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

A 7 page essay on the issues surrounding organizational sovereignty on an international level. The paper focuses on the United Nations and its relationship to other nations around the world, including the US, Asia and Middle East. The paper discusses the fact that the UN has little legal power, as does any sovereign ...

A 4 page paper on U.N. efforts to protect human rights and state sovereignty in countries around the world. According to the writer, the United Nations have traditionally been very outspoken -- going against human rights violations, but really doing nothing to stop them from occurring. Specific cases, quotes, etc.; are included. Bibliography lists 4 ...

A 28 page comprehensive research paper on self-determination and the world's role in promoting independence. The writer examines Woodrow Wilson's original doctrine and the United Nations mandates that followed. State sovereignty is looked at both from an historical perspective and with relevance to the role of human rights today. Numerous examples and international case law ...

A 6 page discussion of the importance of the United Nations. Outlines importance of the United States in shaping UN policies and concludes that the UN is a necessary entity but one which should not be allowed to emphasize economics over human rights. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

An 8 page paper that responds to the charge that sovereignty is dying in the current international political system and then applies neorealist and liberal political perspectives to demonstrate the argument. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A 6 page paper that overviews and analyzes Sassen's book. Discussions include the economic globalization process, immigration, and the sovereignty of the state, or the loss of its sovereignty.

Increased cooperation among the Koreas has brought positive results in the worldwide war against narcotics but its production, trafficking and consumption remain a major problem in the region. In this 2 page paper, the writer evaluates United Nations efforts to curtail the production and development of drugs in Korea, Myanmar, Laos and Thailand. Bibliography ...

5 pages in which the author discusses the 1988 speech given by Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. The speech is analysed.

A 15 page paper that compares and contrasts the U.N. charter and League of Nations policies. The paper also addresses the important political influences behind the development of the League, and how political changes led to the UN. The writer argues that the U.N. charter is being reviewed today because of faults in original League ...

The success of the United Nations is based on a conglomeration of many political ideologies and precepts. The unshakable liberalism of democratic values, in concert with the idealistic belief in cooperative security brought Woodrow Wilson to the fore of international politics and was the foundation for the League of Nations. The time was ...

A 6 page argumentative essay that supports the argument for UN peacekeeping. The writer reviews the stated function, peacekeeping failures, successes and lessons learned in support of the argument for. Bibliography lists 17 sources.

A 5 page paper describing present world conditions in comparison with those of the Cold War era. The world today is in a much safer position than it was just a few years ago. With nuclear war ceasing to hang precariously overhead the world is free to pay closer attention to other global problems such ...

A 15 page paper exploring the role of the military in peacekeeping activities. Emphasizes policies relating to U.S. troops and includes information on NATO and the UN. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

The world is in a state of flux. Economies as diverse as Japan and Russia are in the middle of political and economic crisis and globalization has either made productivity soar or has been the death toll for different countries. This 6 page paper compares the current status of the economic, political and social development ...

A 6 page paper discussing the Iran-Iraq war and the United Nations proposed terms for peace in 1987. Iran did not agree to the terms for several years. The reason Iran finally did accept the U.N. terms are outlined in this report. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

A 5 page paper which discusses the position of Iran's nuclear capabilities as it effects the United States. Issues discussed include how this effects the interests of the United States, what dangers it poses to the United States and the world in general, what opportunities exist in relationship to advancing the interests of the United ...

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