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The March First Movement

| November 17, 2015

Introduction The March First Movement was started in Korea with the aim of gaining independence from Japan. The movement, which was characterized by a series of demonstrations, started on March 1, 1919. At first, the demonstrations were held in Seoul, the Korean capital, before spreading throughout the country. Unfortunately, the Japanese managed to suppress this […]

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Similarities between Russian and US military: Technology, training, and warfare

| September 4, 2015

Introduction The United States occupies the position of the world’s superpower. Based on this understanding, one would expect it to be ahead of Russia in terms of military capability. There are many reasons why one may want to compare the military capability of the US with that of Russia. One of them is that during […]

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The complexity of the humanitarian intervention in Libya

| September 4, 2015

Introduction The thesis of this paper is that the complexity of the humanitarian intervention in Libya arises from the fact that human rights concerns have been turned into political and ideological instruments; this has led to the blurring of the line between the right to interfere and the responsibility to protect. This crucial issue at […]

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Evaluate the significance of the relationship between a nation state and its military forces, in the context of international relations

| September 4, 2015

Introduction Although military forces play a critical role in a nation-state, the way they should relate with civilian governments remains vague and problematic. There is no clear framework to guide the steps that a nation-state should adopt in nurturing stable relationships with military forces. Indeed, in many cases, differences among countries are defined by the […]

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Should diplomacy be left to diplomats?

| September 4, 2015

Introduction The debate on diplomacy as a profession has in the past attracted a heated debate with serious disagreements relating to different issues taking center stage. To begin with doubts have been cast over the state of diplomacy as a profession (Lee, 2004). According to Lee (2004) diplomacy today is a “profession in peril”. As […]

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Humanitarian interventions

| August 15, 2015

Drawing upon examples of post-Cold War interventions, discuss the way in which humanitarian interventions have (or have not) contributed to the spread of human rights Introduction In recent years, the collective security system at the international level has been criticized for its failure to resolve conflicts both within and between states. Various international actors have […]

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USA foreign policy towards Iran interests relations sanctions and confrontation (Hegemonic Rivalry)

| August 15, 2015

Introduction This essay will argue that the hostilities between Iran and the USA are the products of their conflict of interest between these two countries; demonizing Iran does not necessarily show the roots of the conflict between the two countries. In order to show this, this dissertation highlights three issues. The first issue is USA […]

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The Art of War: The Use of Drones

| August 15, 2015

Introduction In recent years, technological advances have led to the development of new tools of war called drones. Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are aircraft controlled by either “pilots” from ground locations or autonomously using a pre-programmed mission. Drones may be put into major categories: those that are designed to undertake surveillance […]

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Should diplomacy be left to diplomats?

| August 15, 2015

Introduction The debate on diplomacy as a profession has in the past attracted a heated debate with serious disagreements relating to different issues taking center stage. To begin with doubts have been cast over the state of diplomacy as a profession (Lee, 2004). According to Lee (2004) diplomacy today is a “profession in peril”. As […]

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Transit Problems via TSGP

| August 14, 2015

Introduction The Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline (TSGP) is an international gas pipeline that was proposed during the 1970s, linking Nigeria to the European natural gas market through Niger and Algeria. In this proposal, the pipeline is set to supply gas to Europe through four pipelines running across the Mediterranean Sea: Trans-Mediterranean, Medgaz, Galsi, and Maghreb-Europe. The […]

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