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  • Northern Gulf Powers Of Iraq And Iran
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    The Persian Gulf is one of the few regions whose importance to the United States is obvious. The flow of Gulf oil will continue to be crucial to the economic well-being of the industrialized world for the foreseeable future; developments in the Gulf will have a critical impact on issues ranging from Arab-Israeli relations and religious extremism to terrorism and nuclear nonproliferation. Every president since Richard Nixon has recognized that ensuring Persian Gulf security and stability is a vit...
  • Hate Crime Policies The Earliest And States
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    ... he citizens. The TPC areas, on the other hand, are more resistant to change. New ideas have a major obstacle because the TPC is a culture opposed to change. White supremacy has been a dominant factor in the south. White have typically dominated blacks. Race is the key to understanding everything in the south. Furthermore, the south has featured a long-time support for the Democratic Party and a long-term suppression of blacks. As evidenced by many political researchers such as Ira Sharkansy,...
  • United State's Foreign Policy
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    ARTHASASTRA AND FOREIGN POLICY" The welfare of the state depends on an active foreign policy". - KautilyaCHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1. Kautilya's Arthasastra is a treatise on artha and sa stra... Arthasastra is the science, which is the means of the acquisition and protection of Earth. Arthasastra could be regarded as the sa stra concerned with the general well being on earth. And since the state activity alone can make such a well being possible, the protection of Earth and it's acquisition which a...
  • Public Policy Through State And Local Authorities
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    What are the issues of privatization and federalization Transferring authority to states and localities also encourages a comprehensive and insists that governmental decisions are and should be made accordingly. With such strategies Washington officials are in effect saying: Let local officials decide what is proper policy in their locality. Let us not interfere. Some people contend, and they are partly correct, efficiency and a smaller federal bureaucracy should be prime concerns. But dividing ...
  • Support For The Fmln In El Salvador
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    Throughout the Cold War the United States considered the installation in Latin America of radical regimes-socialist, Marxist-Leninist, or "leftist" in any way- to be utterly intolerable. Any such development would represent an advance for the communist cause and a vital loss for the West. Acceptance of this outcome could weaken the credibility of the United States as the leader of the west and as a rival for the USSR. In the eyes of Cold Warriors, the consolidation of any left-wing regime in the...
  • Mexico City Policy
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    On August 16, 1984 an international conference regarding population was held in Mexico City. It was at this conference that the Reagan Administration implemented the "Mexico City Policy", also known and the Global Gag Rule. This policy stated that Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs) would be prohibited from receiving United States funds if they performed, promoted, referred or counseled patients on abortion. The funds would be withheld from the NGOs even if the money used for abortion services...
  • Important Objective Of A State
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    Understanding international politics can be difficult and complex. There are many factors that must be taken into account. A couple of factors include the types of states or actors involved and what kind of situation is being analyzed. There are three different levels of analysis that provide a framework for understanding international politics; the international system level, the actor level, and the decision-making level (Spanier and Wendzel 22). The international system level emphasizes the e...
  • Three Diplomatic Policies
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    The three diplomatic policies, Roosevelt Corollary, Dollar Diplomacy, and Moral Diplomacy, changed the role of the United States in many ways. They expanded America's influence as it began its role as a world power. The United States started becoming part of the business of other countries to spread their power across the nations. Even today, decades after these policies were first put to use, Americans who have studied the history of their country can see that these policies have changed the wa...

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