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  • Nicaraguan Element Of The Iran Contra Scandal
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    Iran-Contra Scandal The Cold War peaked the interest of the entire globe. Each threat, policy and action that took place had ramifications far more reaching then ever imaginable. The world sat on edge because it feared its own destruction, after the introduction of nuclear warfare at the close of World War II, another World War could result in the Earth's demise. This fear ran through the hearts and minds of citizens of both the United States and the Soviet Union, but it is the citizens elsewher...
  • Judah's Wife Merriam
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    The Guilt of Committing a Crime or Misdemeanor In the movie Crimes and Misdemeanors, the main character, Judah Rosenthal, make a life changing decision when he decided to kill his mistress. For Judah, there were no other alternatives to keep his affair a secret. His mistress, Delores, wanted to confront Judah's wife Merriam to tell her about the affair that had been going on for the last past three years since Judah could not tell her himself. He knew that if Merriam found out she would not forg...
  • Affairs Of His Church
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    In his letter to Herman, Bishop of Metz, Pope Gregory VII uses historical documents closely related to the church-and therefore unquestioned-as the basis for his excommunication of King Henry. In these documents, he shows the role of the church as the supreme kingdom on earth with the obligation of overlooking other kingdoms. In his letter to Emperor Constanti us, Hossius, a high level member of the church presents the church as having a different duty-to control the affairs of the church. Hossi...
  • Influence Over The Affairs Of Lesser States
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    In 1968, the Soviet Union along with several Warsaw Pact allies invaded Czechoslovakia with the intention of re-establishing a full communist government. The reason for the invasion was mainly due to "Prague Spring" - the period of great hope for the Czech people led by the reform movement against the hard-line policies of the Czech and Soviet governments. The main justification given by Soviet Premier Brezhnev regarding the attack was that the USSR, a communist nation itself, had an obligation ...
  • Joyce Carol Oates Version Anna
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    Contrasting views of adultery between Joyce Carol Oates and Anton Chekovs The Lady with the Pet Dog The underlining theme of the two renditions of the story The Lady with the Pet Dog, are the two affairs that took place and the difference in the way that the affairs are portrayed. In Anton Chekovs version, which was written in 1899 and set in Russia, the main character is Dmitry Dmitrich Gurov, a married but lonely man who by chance meets a younger lady named Anna Sergeyevna who is in a similar ...
  • Example Of Proctor's True Character
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    There are several heightened moments during the play that helps to create this dramatic mood at this point in the play. The way that characters interact with each other creates tension because the actions they use towards each other gives hints as to their past history and any hidden secrets, for example John Proctor and Abigail's affair. An example of how characters reactions to each other creates suspense is, "Without warning or hesitation, Proctor leaps for Abigail and, grabbing her by the ha...
  • Position Of Sarkhan's American Ambassador
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    "The simple fact is, Mr. Ambassador, that average Americans, in their natural state... are the best ambassadors a country can have. But something happens to most Americans when they go abroad... feel that they must live up to their commissaries and big cars and cocktail parties". This quotation taken from a conversation between Minister of Defense, Magsaysay and Mac White basically shows the main point the authors of The Ugly American, William J. Lederer and Eugene Burdick were trying to get acr...
  • Internal Political Affairs In One Country
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    A state and its sovereignty are the corner stones of international law and international relations, and it is the very core of that system and of international law that is, in many parts of the world, crumbling. The sovereignty of an independent nation covers the whole of its territory. It is not concerned with a nation's area, whether large or small, wealth, whether rich or poor or its strength, whether strong or weak. This self-governing power is an invaluable jewel to the citizens of a nation...

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