An In-depth View Of Political Institutions

Political institutions throughout modern governance have played a fundamental role in the operation and management of our society and its affairs. Through changing times it is evident that institutions have remained at the core of human civilization and its development. Political institutions can be defined and synthesized as enduring governing arrangements guided by norms and … Read more

The Bay of Pigs Invasion

The Bay of Pigs Invasion the topic I choose occurred in 1959 when a named Fidel Castro came to power in a battle that overthrew Cuban leader Fulgencio Batista.After that the US government did not trust Fidel Castro and was watchful of his relationship with Nikita Khrushchev, the leader of the Soviet Union.Before Fidel Castro … Read more

Types of government

“The purpose of government”, as Thomas Jefferson said, “is to allow for the preservation of life and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness Government cannot give life, it cannot give liberty, and it cannot give happiness; it can only take such things away. Liberty, or freedom, is a topic which arises in any discussion concerning … Read more

Deep And Wise Speech of Malala Yousafzai

On being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, Malala Yousafzai commences her speech by thanking people around the world who supported her and encouraged her to carry on her battle against terrorism and by recognizing the efforts of her doctors and her supporters in helping her recover her strength. She goes ahead and explains her past, … Read more

The Watergate Scandal

Professor Irving Friday, December 8, 2017 The Watergate Scandal Shortly after midnight, on the morning of July 17, 1972, a security guard at the Watergate complex noticed the latches on some doors were covered with tape. Without giving the situation a second thought, the guard removed the tape and continued his rounds. An hour later, … Read more

Development paradigms

To more effectively explore the topic regarding development paradigms, a subset of literature has been selected based on its relevance to the topic. This review will present the status quo of works on this topic and is arranged based on the chronological development of researches and literature on this topic. Development Frameworks In the work … Read more

Neo-realism vs Neo-liberalism

Neo-realism vs Neoliberalism The acknowledged authority of “neo-realism” or “new realism” (sometimes also referred to as modern “realism”, “structural realism”) is Kenneth Waltz, who in his work “The Theory of International Politics,” published in 1979, rethought the traditional theories of “realism” . Walts more clearly described the impact of the international system on the behavior … Read more

The Argument and Counter Argument on Ethnic Minorities as the Target of Police Brutality in America

Introduction Recently many incidents have occurred that show minorities are disproportionately targeted by police brutality. It seems as if all the cases involving police brutality also involve minorities. Law enforcement agencies do not view themselves as a threat; it is the minority communities that feel as if they are targeted. Policy makers have been attempting … Read more

The Plurinational State of Bolivia

he Plurinational State of Bolivia is an emerging nuclear weapon country that pursues only the development of peaceful nuclear energy technology. On the 6th of March 2016 we signed an accord with Russian company Rosatom who agreed to help build infrastructure for a nuclear complex. Bolivia is a member of Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) since 1970 … Read more

How Pat Barker Presents Loss In Regeneration, A Selection Of Poetry By Wilfred Owen And The Response Of R.C Sheriff To The End Of The Journey

An exploration of the writers’ presentation of loss in Regeneration by Pat Barker and a selection of Wilfred Owen’s poetry, illuminated by a response to Journey’s End by Michael R.C. Sheriff War brings with it an unavoidable promise of loss, whether this is a loss of lives, loss of hope or loss of humanity. As … Read more

Make In India: The Vision, New Processes, Sectors, Infrastructure And Mindset

The government launched “Make in India” initiative which aims at promoting India as an investment destination to establish India as a global hub for manufacturing, design and innovation. Under the initiative, the government intends to provide a robust infrastructure to business through development of various facilities and institutions. Achievements of Make in India: Simplification of … Read more

Easy comparing English and French political structures of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

There are mainly two types of governments that emerged during the seventeenth century. Most of the political development took place in France and England. The absolute monarchy took over throughout France while constitutionalism, or parliamentary monarchy, was becoming popular in England between 1640 and 1780. France’s absolute monarchy developed because the nobles and kings focused … Read more

Anti Federalists vs. Federalists

Anti-Federalist and Federalist Political Science American Government and Politics Professor Mike Connolly Anti Federalist vs. Federalists started after the Revolutionary war and the Americans had to figure out a way to get themselves out of economic depression because the war was costly and left many colonies in debt. Anti-federalists were those who opposed the development … Read more

The War on Drugs

The War on Drugs is an American term usually applied to the United States government’s campaign of the prohibition of drugs, military aid, and military intervention, with the stated aim being to reduce the illegal drug trade. This initiative includes a set of drug policies that are intended to discourage the production, distribution, and consumption … Read more

The Texas Constitution Changes

The Texas Constitution has been through many changes. Because, throughout its history, has learned from its mistakes. One significant constitutional change has been the Post-Civil War Constitution of 1866. This, yet being another document, signifies that Texas would rejoin into the Union, abolish slavery, and declared secession illegal. Although those were the most important changes … Read more

Was Conflict Between Europeans and Native Americans Inevitable?

When the Europeans began to migrate to the New World, problems began almost immediately. These problems consisted of land use, religion, and disease. Owning land was extremely important to the European settlers. In England, and most other countries, land meant wealth and power. Many of the settlers who came to North America could never have … Read more

The history of the American Dream

The history of the American Dream can be traced back to 17th century when the Puritans came to America and tried to gain their religious freedom. In 1630, a speech known as the “city upon a hill” sermon was delivered by John Winthrop to the other Puritan settlers who traveled with him to Massachusetts. It … Read more

Transportation services

Transportation services are a hot topic dominating the news today. With the introduction and proliferation of services like Zipcar, Uber, Sidecar, and car2go, the average city dweller has reaped the benefits of a more robust urban transportation infrastructure. But not all response has been positive. The conflict began in 2010, a year after Uber was … Read more

The Pork Barrel Law In The United States Government

Pork barrel legislations is a daily occurrence in American government. Howard Scarrow showcases this in his May 6th column in The Village Times Herald, “Our bacon, their park.” His example of the recently proposed highway bill is a blatant exposure of pork barrel legislation. He indicates many causes of this distributive politics that would lead … Read more

Running Head: Lupita Nyong’o Speech Analysis

Lupita Nyong’o spoke at the Massachusetts Conference for Women in 2014 with goals of empowering women and telling the story of how she became an actress. She used a steady tone throughout her speech, as well as strong eye contact. Nyong’o also articulated her words in a way that would resonate with the audience. Nyong’o … Read more

The Concept And Evolution Of Machizukuri From Social Movement To “Soft-Infrastructure” Of City Level

Civil society engagements are important in city planning as their role seen to comprehend and fill the gap of society needs. As the purpose of urban or city planning is for society sustainability, the idea of participatory approach could answer the challenge of what should be provided and how. The community-based activities are deeply rooted … Read more

Main Issues Of Singapore’s Economy: Inflation, Unemployment, Gross Domestic Product (Gdp)

Singapore is a small country with a population of 5.6073 millions people. Since its separation from Malaysia, it has proved itself to be one of the fastest ever growing nation, becoming a first world country without any natural resources. Her economy is considered one of the most competitive among the all the developed country, boasting … Read more

My Learning Experience as a Volunteer at a Salvation Army

Service Learning Reflection Journal For this service learning project, I decided to volunteer at the local Salvation Army that is located on West North Ave. I volunteered at this location on May 25, 2018 for approximately five hours. This had been my first-time familiarizing with this organization, and I had discovered it through a banner … Read more

Jimmy Carter’s crisis of confidence: A look at the use of literary devices used in the speech

Jimmy Carter’s “Crisis of Confidence” Speech Reaction Paper In his speech, President Jimmy Carter addresses many issues facing the U.S. but focuses on what he believes to be the biggest crisis – the crisis of confidence. By using terms that appeal to the patriotism of the American people, addressing his and the government’s faults and … Read more