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  • Real Birth Of International Relations
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    By Ri shana BalkissonMark Simpson looks at the evolution of international relations as a study and the methods that scholars have over the decades used to study I.R. Judging from this analysis, do International Relations have any relevance in the 21st century? Justify your answer. We are now living in the 21st century, our world has been through two major world wars and we are still fighting many wars and battles. It has been found that many countries come together as a team and then end their r...
  • Civil War In Angola
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    THE ARMED CONFLICT IN ANGOLA AND THE INVOLVEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY IN IT. The civil war in Angola which has raged for over three decades has been labelled as the "longest and most miserable in Africa". (Goldman, 1999: 1) The involvement and consequences for the international community have and continue to be vast. This essay will concern itself with the history of the civil war which has ravaged the potentially, richest country in Africa. Following this a critical synopsis of the cu...
  • Internal Issues And Conflicts
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    The War of 1812 was not merely a battle against an external foe but stemmed from internal problems as well. The external enemy that the United States was facing was Britain, but that was not the most severe dilemma that they faced. The real problem that was occurring during this time was the internal struggle going on in the United States of America. These internal conflicts consisted of matters such as the issue of the north part of the country which was federalist did not want to go into war, ...
  • Post Cold War
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    This article examines the post Cold War political landscape in America, and explains the various points of view of the government and public attitude. As experienced after other shocking events such as the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor and the Vietnam war, political ideology becomes divided between internationalists, who believe in multilateral cooperation and effective international organizations and isolationists who are against international involvement, thus "at the water's edge". The int...
  • Liberia The Intervention Force
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    The Liberian War: A Modern Humanitarian Crisis Term Paper Professor Barry Stein PLS 461 4-29-95 It is my intention in this paper to provide a historical background to the Liberian war, its historical origins, the factions involved, the refugee and displaced populations created by it across the region, and the regional and international communities reaction to it. Using the Liberian situation as a reference point I intend to then conclude with a relevant discussion of the topic of weak and failed...
  • United Nations International Tribunal On Theformer Yugoslavia
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    Adjudicating War Crimes In The Former YugosalviaAdjudicating War Crimes In The Former Yugo salvia An Analysis of the United Nations International Tribunal to Adjudicate War Crimes Committed in the FormerYugoslavia: Parallels, Problems, Prospects "You cannot qualify war in harsher terms than I will. War is cruelty, and you cannot refine it. ' William Tecumseh Sherman (note 1) I. Introduction Wartime atrocities against humankind have existed for millennia and are a regrettable, yet attendant, comp...

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