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  • World Of Taft And Roosevelt Expansionism
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    The United States of America has never been content with stagnation. The landmass of the Thirteen Colonies was enough to rival that of the Mother country from which they separated. The forefathers believed that it was the manifest destiny of this nation to eventually claim the expansion from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. By 1890, nearly a hundred years following the original claim of Manifest Destiny, the land that was once open, was now under American control. But no sooner was the Great A...
  • Islamic Republic Of Iran
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    IRAN: POLITICS AND RELIGION After the fall of the Shah a new revolution was born with the Islamic Republic of Iran. In November 1979, the Iranian government became a large threat to the United States' national security. In one of the largest and longest lasting hostage situations of American history, the Iranian leadership proved contempt for diplomatic norms and world opinion during the hostage crisis. They appeared supremely confident that Iran would succeed on its own, regardless of the rest ...
  • Addition The Control Of The Philippine Islands
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    The United States, from its inception had a lust for real estate. From the original chants of 'manifest destiny' to the calls for the annexation of Indian territories, America has been driven to acquire land. In this country's youth, land was needed for economic expansion; however, by the end of the 19th century, the entire continental United States had been in possession and the citizenry of this country turned their eyes out to sea. The United States no longer sought new lands to farm and work...
  • Three Political Parties In The United Kingdom
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    This document will address two questions: The first is whether the political organization of the United Kingdom is similar enough to the United States that Americans would adapt and work comfortably there, and secondly, if the United Kingdom has a history of political stability (how long), and is likely to continue for at least 10 years in the future. The answers to these questions will be used to determine marketing potential for the introduction of personal computing products to include a netw...
  • Italy Machiavelli
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    DO NOT USE AT KICKAPOO HIGH, SPRINGFIELD MO. I had Mr. Hockensmith and he might remember my poem. Niccolo, To some he is a ruthless but glorious nationalist, to many he is a modern political scientist of behavior persuasion, to others he is an agonized humanist, but to all he must be supreme realist and a universal genius, Friend of Julius II, accompanying him on his first campaign of conquest after watching the Papal election of 1503, Cesare Borgi, another man Niccolo saw much of, even to the e...
  • Author
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    Name: "Why the Security Council Failed" Author: Michael J. Glennon Publication Details: Foreign Affairs, May / June 2003. vol. 82, no. 3 pp 16-34 The author, Michael J. Glennon read for a B.A. in Political Science on full scholarship at the University of Minnesota, where he was successfully admitted to bar. He wears many hats as he is a professor of International law; member of various boards like the American Law Institute; a consultant to Senate Foreign Relations Committee; author of several b...

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