The Cabinet of Malaysia

The Cabinet of Malaysia is among the Executive branch in the federal government. The members of cabinet comprised who have mostly fulfil the ministerial status. According to the Article 43 in Constitution, members of the Cabinet or ministers can only be selected from members of either Houses of Parliament. The King appointed members of the … Read more

Symbolic Meaning Of Bruce Springsteen’s Song

Due to its thunderously uplifting chorus, infectious stomp of a musical hook, and perhaps its album art as well, Bruce Springsteen’s signature song (in competition only with, perhaps, “Born to Run”) “Born in the USA” has become a beloved anthem of American patriotism. How ironic it is, then, that such a spirit is not even … Read more

Canadian Political Structure

Canada’s government can be described in four ways because it’s so complex. It can be defined as a constitutional monarchy, a party system, a representative democracy, and a federal government. A constitutional monarchy is when a country is associated with a monarch, a king or queen, while the actual governing of the country is done … Read more

The Importance Of IT Governance Planning

IT Governance helps the organization to keep transparency. In current world, IT plays a prominent role which helps to increase governance practices. IT governance will have leadership structure which helps organization to function in a hasty manner. As it is part of enterprise governance, and with enterprise governance we need to know the organization goals. … Read more

The Fate of Humanity: Exterminism vs. Socialism

The Fate of Humanity: Exterminism vs. Socialism Humans have always thought about the future. Some think of a utopia when they imagine the future, others a dystopia. Some people dream of the day when they would not have to work anymore and would have everything that they could ever want at the touch of a … Read more

The first Philippine Republic

It all started in the centuries of Spanish rule over the Philippines. The revolutionary forces took steps to form a functioning government called the Republic of Biak-na-Bato. However, it was never fully implemented. Finally, after several battles between the Spanish and Philippine Revolutionary Army, a truce was signed called the Pact of Biak-na-Bato in 1897. … Read more

Reasons Why Maya Lin’s Vietnam Veteran Memorial Won The Competition By The Monument Committee

The competition by the Monument Committee that Maya Lin had won with her Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial design had consisted of 1,400 anonymous entries. After Maya Lin’s 21-year old Asian identity had been revealed, her design had received a lot of backlash and discrimination. Nevertheless, Maya Lin was able to win the heart of the judges … Read more

An Examination Of The Letter That John Quincy Adams Received From His Dad Abigail Adams’

In a persuasive letter written in 1780, Abigail Adams advises her son John Quincy Adams to take advantage of the opportunity to travel to France with his father (future president of the United States John Adams) and brother. Adams supports her position by using analogies to convince her son of his great attributes and potential, … 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

Non-Accelerating Inflation Rate of Unemployment (NAIRU)

NAIRU, which is the non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment represents the rate of unemployment at whish inflation will stabilise. The NAIRU theory was used to explain the stagflation phenomenon of the 1970’s when the Phillips Curve could not . According to the theory it is explainable why there is a simulataneous high unemployment and high … Read more

A political leader’s intention in Auden’s selected oeuvre and Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’.

Given insufficient insight into the thoughts and the goal of a political leader, one can blindly appreciate the benefits from their government. While the reverse can also be established that political leaders desired for such perception to be placed within individuals in order to further extend their control. W.H. Auden’s oeuvre, including the poems ‘O … Read more

Zagarri: Women and Politics

Dr. A. Hunter HST333 12 February 2018 Zagarri: Women and Politics In Revolutionary Backlash, Rosemarie Zagarri explores the evolution of changing perception of women’s involvement in the political realm following the American Revolution and towards Andrew Jackson’s presidency. The American Revolution had an immediate impact and changed the mass thought of the political status of … Read more

An Analysis of Political Corruption of American Cities in The Shame of Cities by Lincoln Steffens

Lincoln Steffens on Political Corruption Lincoln Steffens was a political journalist. He became famous when he began to write a series on the corruption of American Cities, called The Shame of Cities. Steffens focused mainly on political corruption of the municipal governments. He began to doubt the effectiveness of reform politics, and believed that they … Read more

“Political Bullying” As A New Type Of Bullying

Bullying has been around forever, it is anchored by what appears to be a common, but really a problematic issue. There are several unique types of bullying; the electronic communication / cyberbullying, physical bullying, verbal bullying, relational aggression / emotional bullying, sexual bullying and prejudicial bullying. With those said, I would like to coin a … Read more

Federalists and Anti-federalists

Federalists & Anti-federalists Federalism- System of government in which power is constitutionally divided and delimited between a central government and that of provinces or states. Each level of government has its own powers and obligations to provide services and raise revenues. Unlike Confederations, federal systems give the central authority some amount of control over its … Read more

Benefits of transparency in government

Many government bodies today have begun to recognize the benefits of being transparency and open operation. Since transparency involves sharing of information which means the officials’ decisions, and those important rules and regulations are in the public domain. Therefore, it reducing the chances of corruption, increasing accountability as well as developing trust, credibility and reputation. … Read more

Comparative Analysis Of The Main Characters Of “Chasing Lincoln’s Killer” By James L. Swanson And “Letters From A Slave Girl: The Story Of Harriet Jacobs” By Mary E. Lyons

John Wilkes Booth is nearly a polar opposite of Harriet Jacobs. He grew up in a wealth well-known white family. His father was an actor and the main source of the family’s income. Booth then grew up to make a name for himself in the acting business as well. Privileged and prideful, Booth cared for … Read more

Role of civil society in democracy today

“No fundamental social change occurs merely because of government acts. It’s because of civil society that the conscience of a country, begins to rise up and demand – demand – demand change.” Joe Biden. According to UN, Civil society is the “third sector” of society, along with government and business. It refers to the aggregate … Read more

The John F. Kennedy’s Assassination and Aftermath Events

The Assassination and Aftermath Events On November 22nd of 1963 tragedy struck the United States and made global headlines. John F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, had been assassinated while on a motorcade through Dallas, Texas – accompanied by first lady Jacquelyn Kennedy and Governor John Connally. As the motorcade passed the … Read more

Government of India’s EXIM Policy

Previous Inward looking trade policies were replaced by the EXIM policy in April, 1992. Government of India Introduced the EXIM Policy to bring liberalization in Imports and boost the Exports. This was bringing along a new era in India’s foreign trade. About the Foreign trade policy (EXIM Policy): The Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) … Read more

Analysis Of “How Congress Works And Why You Should Care” Written By Lee Hamilton

How Congress Works and Why You Should Care, written by Lee Hamilton, introduces the functions and vital role of the U.S. Congress. The founding fathers introduced a representative democracy with three branches of government that have equal power. The creation of Congress was one of the most important institutions of the American government: creating laws, … Read more

The Second Virginia Convention

The Second Virginia Convention was held at St. John’s Church in Richmond on March 23, 1775. Patrick Henry argued that a volunteer mercenary should be organized and armed in every county of Virginia to defend themselves from Great Britain. Henry was a straight to the point type of guy. Henry opens with an acknowledgement to … Read more

The role of political culture in the USA

Political culture is very important as it gives the power of voice to everyday citizens. Daniel Elazar made a realization that the United States could be categorized into three different political cultures. These categories are Moralistic, Traditionalistic and Individualistic. These cultures were originally formed by the immigrants that settled in different areas throughout the states. … Read more

13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments

Since the Government came up with the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments it have changed how everyone looks at each other and relationships between the Whites and African Americans. First, in the 13th amendment it states that there should be no slavery or servitudes unless a person is convicted of a crime and is instructed … Read more

Tragedy of Freedom in a Commons

There is a dilemma in increasing the military power because it risks security. Consequently, the problem on overpopulation cannot be solving using technical solutions for the reason that seeking technological solutions not really solve the fundamental problem. What shall we maximize? Since our world is finite, therefore it can only support finite population. So, Bentham’s … Read more