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This 20 page paper considers the influence of John Locke on British politics. The paper begins with a brief biography in order to ascertain his opportunity to influence society of the time. The writer then considers the general influence of his ideas such as the social contract within modern British politics. The final part of ...

A 5 page paper in two parts. The first part examines changes in the UK government’s position on small business within Budget 2002, Budget 2003 and pre-Budget 2003. The second part of the paper discusses UK small business Greenleaf Publishing and how the tax initiatives have benefited the company. Bibliography lists 5 ...

A 12 page paper. England and France are two distinct countries with two distinct ideologies. Both First World powers influential in determining the course of global politics, they do share many similarities as leaders in the European Community, even though they both have very different roles both in the politics of the European ...

A 12 page paper which discusses the significant, and risky, role played by the United States, as the only super power, as it involves security. 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 ...

Francisco Franco was a general and authoritarian leader who governed Spain from 1939 through 1975. Robert Gabriel Mugabe was President of Zimbabwe in more recent years. This 4 page essay compares and contrasts their respective rise to power as well their leadership style. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A 5 page paper that provides an overview of Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia by Ahmed Rashid, who witnessed twenty years of civil war in Afghanistan and the Taliban's rise to power. The writer also comments on the importance of Afghanistan in Central Asia. Bibliography lists 1 source.

This 7 page paper considers the way in which Australia conduct international relations and looks at how these measures may be seen as predominantly undertaken in order to protect Australian security. The concept of Australia as a "middle power", and the relationship and agreements with countries such as United States, the United Kingdom, New Zealand ...

This 5 page paper looks at of these two leaders, their rise to power and their rule. First the writer considers President Jose Eduardo dos Santos President of Angola and his political career along with key events during that career. Then the writer continues with Omar Bongo President of Gabon, giving a brief critique of ...

A 7 page research paper that examines the connection between fundamentalism and the attainment of political power, with the focus of the report being on the Islamic fundamentalist movements in Afghanistan and Pakistan prior to September 11, 2001. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

8 pages worth of short essays, reactions, and answers to questions about International Politics. Examined are : the U.N. role in the New World Order, Balance of Power, Balkanization, "intentional" politics, the importance of Latin-American economies, and more. No Bibliography.

A 6 page paper that argues that the League of Nations ultimately failed due to its lack of membership from the major world powers, its lack of unity in purpose, its lack of organization, and its lack of commitment to cause. Each of these weaknesses is discussed as well as the damage each inflicted ...

This 9 page paper considers how the Western organisations, such as the European Union have used their power to manipulate social, legal and economic change instates that wish to join them, and how this conditionality may be seen as both necessary and hypocritical. The paper focuses on the EU. The bibliography cites 12 sources.

This 5 page paper discusses and explains Wallerstein's World Systems Theory. The theory was based on the study of world economic power over history and concluded there are four classifications of states. The core states, which are the most powerful, influence politics and government in ways that continue to favor them at the expense of ...

This 14 page paper discusses this British Act which had a very dramatic effect on the black population in England. In fact, this act was a turning point in terms of black immigration for England. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

This 5 page paper provides an overview of this philosophical book. The premise that this work, which embraces Buddhism, is at odds with mainstream western religion is contemplated. The fact that this work is in fact bringing eastern religious practices to the western world is emphasized. No additional sources cited.

This 7 page paper provides a detailed analysis of this book by Robert D. Kaplan, which is actually a mixture of political commentary and travelogue. This paper compares and contrasts Kaplan's perceptions with current events, and delves into such issues as religion, oil, and industry in the Balkans and Middle East. Bibliography lists ...

This 13 page paper looks at the advantages and disadvantages associated with membership of the European Union, from the perspective of the individual nation states. Specific issues, such as the free movement of people, goods and trade, the euro, and the harmonization of legal issues are all discussed. The bibliography cites 10 sources.

This 6 page paper considers the following quote by Lord Hoffman and discusses how if it is still accurate now the Human Rights Act 1998 is in force; ""Parliamentary sovereignty means parliament can, if it chooses, legislate contrary to fundamental principles of human rights. The Human Rights Act 1998 will not detract from this power ...

A 60 page paper that provides an overview of diplomatic immunity as it applies within the United States and for United States citizens in other countries. This paper reflects upon cases against diplomats having committed crimes in the United States, reflects upon the history and purpose of diplomatic immunity, considers the problem of abuses ...

For millennia the people of Iraq, Afghanistan and other Middle Eastern nations have tied their existence to religious dogma, dogmas that express how a nation, as well as a person or a society should act, and when the individuals or states do not act in the manner specified by the dogma, the individuals and state ...

This 15 page paper provides an analysis of the Federal Arbitration Act as it relates to international arbitration and commercial dispute resolution. This paper pretends that the author is a leading authority on international commercial dispute resolution who has been appointed to head a federal task force to study the manner in which the ...

This is a 5 page paper discussing the recent UK Anti-terrorism laws introduced in the United Kingdom. The Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act which was released in the United Kingdom in December of 2001 has come under a great deal of criticism from politicians, the House of Lords, and human rights activists for its all ...

A 22 page paper that begins with a brief history of the evolution of terrorism, including the typologies of terrorism. Factors that have been linked to terrorism, such as poverty and lack of education are discussed. These two suggested causes, however, cannot be supported in more recent terrorist acts. Other causes cited in the ...

This 9 page report discusses the Amsterdam Treaty and whether or not it serves as an example of efforts being made to “constituionalize” the European Union. While the treaty was (and is) often dismissed as simply the framework for establishing the technical and legal framework of the actual switch to the common currency of the euro, it also presented other ...

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