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The Everyday Effects of the International Marketplace : A 5 page research paper on how the global economy affects Americans every day. The writer details job loss, changes in industries, political implications, and what consumer goods are available. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Intnlmkt.wps

A New, Unified Global Economy ? : A 5 page paper refuting the central ideas behind a "World Unified Currency" plan (W.U.C.). The writer describes the economic problems that would result from countries being able to choose their own exchange rate, troubles experienced by private industry, the destruction of capitalism, and more. It is concluded that as difficult as it may be, the world must accept the fact that some nations will succeed where others will not. The ceilings imposed by a W.U.C. plan are counter-productive and do not effectively promote the competitive efforts upon which the world economy is built. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Worldeco.wps

Environmental Issues & The Problem Of A World Food Shortage : A 5 page paper on environmental issues leading to a world food shortage. High-yield crop varieties, the use of pesticides & fertilizers, and the plight of rain forests, wetlands, and montane ecosystems, are among the many problems described. The role of overpopulation is factored into the discussion. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Worldfoo.wps

The Social, Political, Technological, Environmental, & Economic Circumstances of the Global Human Population : In 8 pages the author discusses the social, political, technological, envrironmental, and economic circumstances of the global human population. The author concludes that "the global human population is fast growing as a crux for a multitude of possible problems. Along with people there always comes problems. Those problems can be social, political, technological, environmental, and economic. The earth is not going to grow any larger to accommodate the people. Cities and towns will merge and become one metropolis of human flesh in which homelessness and crime abound. A non-sustainable future is the future of the world, unless something is done immediately." Bibliography lists 9 sources. Popglob.wps

Controlling Overpopulation / Problems & Solutions : A 7 page research paper on issues concerning the threat of overpopulation. The writer discusses some of the health & nutrition problems posed by there being too many people in the world etc; Also examined are the ethical & moral concerns of certain measures such as mandated abortions vs. women's rights... Both sides of the "population control" argument are assessed .. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Overpop.wps

The Population Explosion Of The 20th Century / What Will Be Its Outcome ? :
In 5 pages the author discusses the population explosion that has become rampant in the world, and the possible outcome of the population explosion. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Popexplo.wps

Overpopulation On The Nile Delta : A 5 page essay comparing two articles on the Nile Delta, one from the National Geographic and one from The Economist. Each article focuses on the overpopulation and water shortage in the region, one from a humanistic viewpoint, the other from a data-orientation. The two sources are cited. Niled.wps

Sociological Aspects of 3rd World Poverty : A 10 page paper on how the world in light of shared technology and new democracies has caused alarm for peoples in third world countries, whose natural and human resources have been utilized in the past by first world countries to maintain economic superiority. This has special significance to countries with widely dispersed forms of government and large uneducated populaces. Many sociological theories behind poverty and its relationship to capitalism/nationalism are being debated in light of efforts by third world countries, including older theories, such as dependency, and newer theories based in theological, historiographical and entrepreneurial relationships to the sociological question. FREE outline included, Bibliography lists 10 sources. 3rdwpov.wps

The Death Penalty In India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, & The U.S. : A 7 page paper discussing the merits of abolishing the death penalty in the United States. Criminology experts have proven that it does not serve as a deterrent against murder. Why do Americans cling to it as a punishment with such fervor and why is it time to stop? Comparisons are made among the four countries listed above. Bibliography lists nine sources. Capcoun.wps

The Third World : A 5 page paper discussing the Third World and their present, as well as past, situation in relationship with poverty, as it relates to the book edited by Jonathan S. Petrikin entitled, "The Third World." These countries have long been considered to be uncivilized and well behind other, more apparently prosperous, countries. The book offers many differing opinions and possible solutions to the problems at hand. World3.wps

Natural Gas / World Energy Supply : This 7 page research paper discusses issues concerning natural and other gases as world energy supplies. Inherent benefits, risks, dangers, and advantages over other energy sources are all examined. It is concluded that as an energy source, natural gas is not as widely used as are other types. Nevertheless, the availability of natural gas assures humankind a huge source of nonpolluting energy for the future. Bibliography lists 4+ sources. Worlener.wps

Oil / A Nonrenewable Resource : A 10 page overview of oil, our overdependence on it, and the environmental impacts which occur as a result of its utilization. Emphasizes that the answer to dwindling oil reserves and the adverse environmental impacts which are attributed to its utilization is alternative lifestyles and energy sources. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Oilcons.wps

The Importance of Women's Rights in the International Community : 5 pages in length. The author discusses the need for women's rights activists in the international community and gives examples of the current treatment of women. Several platforms for change are discussed. Bibliography included. Womenint.wps

Rwanda / The Wrong Color For The World’s Morality : A 5 page essay in which the writer explores the reasons for the international community’s lack of moral backbone during the Rwandan massacres in 1994. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Rwanda4.wps

Human Rights / Economic & Political Views : An 8 page research essay on the current human rights issues facing the United Nations, and the economic, political and religious aspects of the struggle for global equity. The writer argues that although the sheer number of human rights violations is numbing, the recognition of the problem and the work that is proceeding toward curing this social ill speak in favor of the human species. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Ecpol.wps

Human Rights Violations In Nigeria & New Guinea : A 7 page paper that provides an comparison between the human rights violations in Nigeria and those in New Guinea, and suggests the reason why outside response has been so limited. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Humright.doc

Human Rights, The U.N., and Global Participation : An 8 page research paper in which the writer assesses the importance of human rights issues in the eyes of the United Nations. Discussed are the Human Rights Commission, the State Security Investigation of Egypt, and various other organizations working to enforce common principles of human rights in the world. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Humanrig.wps

The Human Rights Policy of The United Nations & Implementation of Those Policies in China : In 5 pages the author discusses the human rights policy of the United Nations and an analysis of the implementation of those policies in China. "The UN human rights committees focus their goals on human rights violations, and ensuring equality on all aspects. China has been cited as a violator of the human rights covenants that were established by the United Nations." Bibliography lists 7 sources. Unrights.wps

Human Rights in China & the U.S. : This 10 page paper outlines the differences in perception between the United States and China in terms of human rights issues. The 1989 Tiananmen Square incident is highlighted as a significant example as well as an occurrence that changed foreign policy. Also explored is whether or not there can be an objective human rights determination; the paper concludes that human rights issues are subjective and rely largely on cultural perceptions. Bibliography lists 8 sources Humchin.wps

Sovereignty & International Relations : A 7 page essay on the issues surrounding organizational sovereignty on an international level. The paper focuses on the United Nations and its relationship to other nations around the world, including the US, Asia and Middle East. The paper discusses the fact that the UN has little legal power, as does any sovereign to strictly control its members, but presents the legal premises on which the UN relies, their effectiveness, recent developments in its governing principles, and how this relates to current world tensions. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Sover.wps

The U.N., State Sovereignty, & Human Rights : A 4 page paper on U.N. efforts to protect human rights and state sovereignty in countries around the world. According to the writer, the United Nations have traditionally been very outspoken -- going against human rights violations, but really doing nothing to stop them from occurring. Specific cases, quotes, etc.; are included. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Unhumanr.wps

State Sovereignty, Self-Determination, & The United Nations : A 28 page comprehensive research paper on self-determination and the world's role in promoting independence. The writer examines Woodrow Wilson's original doctrine and the United Nations mandates that followed. State sovereignty is looked at both from an historical perspective and with relevance to the role of human rights today. Numerous examples and international case law are provided and it is ultimately concluded that unless a distinction between self-determination and secession is made and understood, the right of self-determination will either drag the world body politic into violence and chaos, or the principle itself will have to be considered one that has outlived its usefulness and could undermine the potential for democratic development. Bibliography lists approximately 15 sources. Selfdete.wps

Death Of Sovereignty - Neorealism, Liberalism & International Political History : An 8 page paper that responds to the charge that sovereignty is dying in the current international political system and then applies neorealist and liberal political perspectives to demonstrate the argument. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Neolibin.wps

Sexual Orientation & Humanitarian Rights : A 12 page paper that considers a comparison between humanitarian and human rights regarding sexual orientation, and evaluates the application of the UN charter in this area of concern in different regions of the world. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Sexualor.wps

Losing Control? Sovereignty In An Age Of Globalization / Book Analysis : A 6 page paper that overviews and analyzes Sassen's book. Discussions include the economic globalization process, immigration, and the sovereignty of the state, or the loss of its sovereignty. Losingc.wps

The U.N. Commission On Narcotics & Drugs : Increased cooperation among the Koreas has brought positive results in the worldwide war against narcotics but its production, trafficking and consumption remain a major problem in the region. In this 2 page paper, the writer evaluates United Nations efforts to curtail the production and development of drugs in Korea, Myanmar, Laos and Thailand. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Undrugpo.wps

Gorbachev's Speech to the United Nations : 5 pages in which the author discusses the 1988 speech given by Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev. The speech is analysed. Gorbspee.wps

The UN’s Effect on International Business : 15 pages in length. Upon hearing the term "United Nations," the immediate image of most is that of the General Assembly and the Security Council. Many of us have little concept of the extent of UN activities that take varied routes to one goal: that of bettering the human condition around the world. One efficient and productive route toward that end is in the UN’s facilitation role of encouraging free trade among the countries of the world. The Economic and Social Council is comprised of several subgroups working in specific areas from government level to economic analysis and forecast for the greatest ease possible in encouraging the growth of international business. Bibliography lists ten sources. Unbiz.wps

U.N. and the League of Nations Comparison : A 15 page paper that compares and contrasts the U.N. charter and League of Nations policies. The paper also addresses the important political influences behind the development of the League, and how political changes led to the UN. The writer argues that the U.N. charter is being reviewed today because of faults in original League policies and the inability of both organizations to adjust to "modern" problems. However, the paper agrees with the U.S. government's perspective in this situation--in particular that reform of the U.N. will adequately respond to the needs for a contemporary world peacekeeping organization. Bibliography lists 12+ sources. Unlon.wps

UN Peacekeeping / Overall Effectiveness : A 6 page argumentative essay that supports the argument for UN peacekeeping. The writer reviews the stated function, peacekeeping failures, successes and lessons learned in support of the argument for. Bibliography lists 17 sources. Unpeace.wps

World Peace / A Presently More Attainable Goal : A 5 page paper describing present world conditions in comparison with those of the Cold War era. The world today is in a much safer position than it was just a few years ago. With nuclear war ceasing to hang precariously overhead the world is free to pay closer attention to other global problems such as poverty, hunger, drug smuggling, and terrorism. The planet is more likely to work together now more than ever before in its struggle for world peace. Bibliography included. Peace3.wps

The Role of the Military in Keeping International Peace : A 15 page paper exploring the role of the military in peacekeeping activities. Emphasizes policies relating to U.S. troops and includes information on NATO and the UN. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Milpeace.wps

The Iran - Iraq War / Iran’s Acceptance of U.N. Terms for Peace : A 6 page paper discussing the Iran-Iraq war and the United Nations proposed terms for peace in 1987. Iran did not agree to the terms for several years. The reason Iran finally did accept the U.N. terms are outlined in this report. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Peaceacc.wps

Boutros Boutros-Ghali’s "An Agenda for Peace" : An 8 page paper discussing the former United Nations’ Secretary, Boutrous Boutrous Ghali’s Agenda for Peace. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Ghali.wps

Helms-Burton Law, Argument for Repeal : A 10 page paper that argues strongly for the repeal of the Helms-Burton Law based on its potentially devastating effect on U.S. and global economies, plus the fact that sanctions have proven, historically, to be ineffective as outlined by the Act. Issues considered also include state sovereignty, NAFTA, and the EU. Bibliography lists 10 sources. TheHelms.doc

How The United Nations Deals With Biodiversity : In 5 pages, the writer discusses how the United Nations deals with biodiversity, the issues biodiversity programs address, how biodiversity operates, where biodiversity operates, and its strategies and action plan. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Unbiod.wps

Diplomatic Immunity / Is there A Need To Rethink The Vienna Convention ? :
A 60 page paper that provides an overview of diplomatic immunity as it applies within the United States and for United States citizens in other countries. This paper reflects upon cases against diplomats having committed crimes in the United States, reflects upon the history and purpose of diplomatic immunity, considers the problem of abuses and the benefits inherent in this system of legal exclusion from prosecution, and then determines if there is a need to re-address the existing policies and legal statutes regarding its application. Bibliography lists 35+ sources. Dipimm.wps

Searches & Seizures At Or Near International Borders : A 12 page paper that provides an overview of primary and secondary authorities on the issue of searches and seizures at or near international boarders and provides a literature search on the cases pertaining to "the limits, if any, that the federal constitution places upon law enforcement activity at the international border itself." Bibliography lists 8 sources. Seizbor.wps

Eliminating Third World Poverty & The North-South Gap : A 5 page paper discussing methods of ridding the world of the enormous financial status gap and poverty and hunger that is often associated with the Third World. Although many Third World countries are making great financial gains in recent years the theories presented for examination can be applied to any portion of the world where hunger and poverty are an issue. Economic changes that various countries help to implement as well as funding and contributions are mentioned. Perhaps the greatest hope these countries have is to become more educated thereby having a greater chance of survival. Bibliography included. Povt3.wps

Disease Pathology / Global Exposure & Treatment : A 5 page research paper on the global implications of disease pathology. The writer focuses on the ecological (weather) and human contact factors associated with the transfer of disease, and posits that localized studies in disease monitoring such as that practiced by Jenner, continues to benefit both local and global communities. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Dispath.wps

The Impact of Drug Trafficking on Colombian Economy : A 12 page research paper on how the drug trade itself and how Colombia's reputation as a drug trafficking center have impacted the country’s Colombian economy. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Traffcol.wps

Putting A Stop To Drug Trafficking In Colombia : An 8 page paper discussing the complex issues surrounding the proliferation of drugs coming from Colombia. The writer concludes that rather than demand that Colombia fix a problem they obviously are incapable of fixing, it would be better for the entire global community to help them structure a plan of action and hold them to it. Bibliography lists six sources. Colo.wps

What Is Sustainable Development ? : A 5 page overview-- explaining the concept of "sustainable development" -- A U.N. supported mandate in which countries of the world participate in recognizing that we all share the planet and its natural resources. Sustainable development inherently calls for the preservation of air quality, water, land, animals, etc; The writer is actually extremely critical of the concept-- arguing that it does little for the environment and then leaves the "bill" to be paid by future generations. No Bibliography. Sustadev.wps

(The) International Monetary Fund (IMF) : A 7 page overview of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in which the writer analyzes the fund's history, purpose, and a number relevant issues that have confronted the U.S. government since. In particular, the problem presented by Mexico's monetary crisis is examined. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Imf.wps

The IMF, Monetary Policy, and Changing Marketplaces : 20 pages in length. A detailed analysis of the International Monetary Fund's creation, purpose, function, etc; The writer examines its effectiveness in promoting international cooperation, how it maintains orderly exchange arrangements, facilitates multilateral agreements, and so forth. Of particular interest here is the changing role that the IMF plays in the new post-Communist global marketplace. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Imfmone.wps

History Of The International Monetary Fund : A 29 page paper that documents the history and development of the International Monetary Fund from its inception in 1944 to the current practices of the day. Included in this discussion are two major transitioning points for the IMF that transformed the policies of the institution as well as a number of example of how the IMF has been utilized in its new structure over the past 10 years. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Monefund.wps

(The) International Conference on Global Harmonization : 23 pages in length. An in-depth look at issues arising from the conference, the implementation of its proposals, and so forth. Conference was a major event dealing with requirements and standards of drug regulatory bodies in three specific regions. The specific focus of this paper is the effect that the Conference and its subject matter will have upon the pharmaceutical industry. Bibliography lists approximately 20 comprehensive sources. Pharmcon.wps

International Pharmaceutical Business & AIDS Research : A 40 page research study that provides an overview of the current business operations in terms of international mergers and acquisitions in the pharmaceutical industry and considers the imperative for continued international cooperation in research efforts. Bibliography lists 21 sources. Phdrug.wps

General Agreement of Tariff and Trade (GATT) : A 9 page overview and discussion of the General Agreement on Tariff and Trade. The writer explores why governments have traditionally been skeptical of GATT and concludes that it would have both positive and negative implications in the future. Gatt.wps

G.A.T.T. / Book Review : An 8 page review and analytical discussion of Laura D'Andrea Tyson's book entitled "GATT : Who's Bashing Whom ?" in which the writer details problems and issues associated with the General Agreement of Tarrif & Trade. No Bibliography. Gatt2.wps

NATOs Future Role : A 13 page paper discussing the roles NATO has set for itself for the 21st Century, including: expansion of the partnership to include more free states; a lasting order of peace for Europe based on human rights, freedom and democracy; meet the challenges of regional crisis and conflict management, improving the security and stability for Euro-Atlantic nations; and the consolidation of democratic and free societies on the European continent in order to create an undivided Europe. The paper discusses the opposing views to expansion, and its treatment of the Russia-Ukraine issue, and looks at ways in which the stated role could be improved upon. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Natorole.wps

NATO / The Role Of The United States : An 8 page overview of the history of NATO and the role of the United States. Stresses that the role of the U.S. in Europe and in NATO is critical to world peace. Bibliography lists 9 sources. NATOUSA.WPS

The World Trade Organization / History, Structure, and Analysis : A 10 page research paper tracing the origins of the WTO from it’s GATT beginnings and including critical views of the organization’s strengths, weaknesses and direction. The paper examines the structure of the WTO, briefly including decision/appeal procedures and how the WTO could affect the sovereignty of member nations. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Wto.wps

Issues Concerning Internet Regulation : A 9-page paper which talks about various forms of regulation in cyberspace as well as the role of F.C.C. and other agencies. The writer discusses actions being taken in various countries including the United States and then examines their possible implications in the future. Biblioraphy lists 8 sources. Internre.wps

Why Nations Go To War : A 10 page paper focusing primarily upon Stoessinger's book "Why Nations Go To War" and complementing it with extra research. The writer discusses war in the twentieth century, its causes & outcomes, etc;. The concept of Mutually Assured Destruction (M.A.D.) is examined and the possibility of another major conflict is assessed. Specific case examples including the threat of Sadaam Hussein are injected into the analysis. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Whywar.wps

Why Nations Go To War # 2 : A 5 page, analytical evaluation of Stoessinger's "Why Nations Go To War"-- a political treatise on the causes of war in the 20th century. The writer assesses the importance of leaders' personalities, conquest, and war as an aspect of human nature. It is argued that while another major world conflict is unlikely at present, we must be mindful of leaders in Third World countries who stand to threaten global security. No other sources cited. Whywar2.wps

Disadvantages Of Globalization : The thesis that globalization is not good for underdeveloped countries is supported in this 15 page analysis. Central America is the focus of the paper, which includes a brief history of each of its seven countries. U.S. involvement in the region is emphasized. The paper concludes that the presence of multinationals in Central America is not the best thing for its people. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Globadis.wps

Third World Countries : A 5 page paper on the political economical and social problems and realizations facing third world countries on a global scale. In addition to showing how these countries lack in technological advances this paper also points to some ways in which things may change in the future. Bibliography included. 3world.wps

Dependency Theory -- Applied To The Third World : A 6 page paper discussing dependency theory and its application to third-world countries as well as the consequences of allowing it to become a tool for imposing one nation’s will upon another. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Dpncy.wps

Official Development Assistance & Its Role in the Changing World : 16 pages in length. An historical overview of Official Development Assistance (O.D.A.) and its importance to worldwide economic aid. The role of the IMF, World Bank, and Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (O.E.C.D.) are discussed in great detail. The case example of "The Colombo Plan" -- designed to assist developing countries in Asia and The Pacific is offered as an example of the usefulness of ODA. Problems faced by this form of assistance are discussed as well... Bibliography lists approximately 12 sources. Oda.wps

Organized Crime -- The Global Problem : A 15 page piece on organized crime in a world-wide take-over. Specific attention is placed on what the United States is doing, both internally and globally. Of equal emphasis is a discussion of the current problem in Russia, of racketeering and bribery in high places. These are related to the global conflict affecting the United States and Russia. The paper postulates that this is World War III, and that it's going to take a global solution to fix it, with the United States in a strong leadership position. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Org.wps

Globalization : The concept is discussed primarily in relation to foreign policy in this 15 page paper. Many issues are addressed including economic concerns, social problems, environmental issues and foreign policy. The concept is defined as well as looked at in a historic context. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Globepol.wps

Short Essays on International Politics : 8 pages worth of short essays, reactions, and answers to questions about International Politics. Examined are : the U.N. role in the New World Order, Balance of Power, Balkanization, "intentional" politics, the importance of Latin-American economies, and more. No Bibliography. Intlpoli.wps

The Rise of Arab Nationalism and the Balfour Declaration : An 8 page essay tracing the evolution of two of the Arab states, Syria and Iraq, from the period just before World War I through the end of World War II when Syria finally regained full independence from France, the Allied nation appointed by the League of Nations to oversee and assist the developing countries of the mideast in recovering from the First World War. France’s rule of Syria was oppressive, and did more to bolster the Syrians’ commitment to Arab nationalism than to win them over the France’s influence. Though Britain returned rule and full independence to the Arab states of Transjordan and Iraq as quickly as possible, only the prodding of the other Allied forces of World War II and the fall of France convinced France to withdraw from Syria. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Arabnat.wps

Essays on the Cold War : Approximately 6 pages worth of essay responses pertaining to various idiosyncratic aspects of the Cold War i.e., The Cuban Missile Crisis, American attitudes towards the former Soviet Union, Administrative decision-making during Kennedy's presidency etc; No Bibliography. Coldwar.wps

(The) Cold War : A brief, yet comprehensive 4 page historical overview of the Cold War. Report touches upon the struggle over German, the Korean War, and Nuclear treaties. Bibliography contains 4 sources. Coldwar2.wps (*see various other sections for other Cold War papers !)

The Cold War -- A Global Overview : In this 8 page research paper, the writer examines the history of the Cold War from a global perspective-- detailing its breakout and impact in Europe, Africa, and elsewhere. Bibliography lists 12+ sources. Coldwar3.wps

The Cold War / Self-Fulfilling Prophecy : A 10 page piece that discusses the self-fulfilling prophecy of the Cold War, in that the buildup of arms against the perceived threat to borders and national economic stability, created an atmosphere of fear and annihilation. Or did it? The governments eventually moved onto the ground that there were ways to win a nuclear war. Only public outcry, and leaders such as Michel Gorbachev changed the face of the cold war. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Coldwarp.wps

The Cold War -- A Reaction to Foreign Policy ? : A 6 page paper on the possible effects of foreign policy in igniting the Cold War. The writer examines the different doctrines at the time and explains how the failures of foreign policy may have precipitated the Cold War. A number of global events from the Cold War era are cited to illustrate key points. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Coldwar4.wps

Nuclear Weapons / Their Impact On The Outcome Of The Cold War : A 5 page overview of how the presence of nuclear weapons during the years of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union prevented the occurrence of another World War. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Nucold.wps

U.S. - Russian Relations / After The Cold War : A 3 page research paper exploring the necessity for the Presidents of the United States and Russia to continue meeting despite the end of the Cold War. The recent summit focused on expanding NATO, which Russia opposes, and further arms agreements. Bibliography included. Natoruss.wps

Conflict In The Post-Cold War Era / The Neorealists vs. Liberalist/ Idealists :
A 20 page research paper that provides an overview of the issue of Post-Cold War conflict and the seeming contradiction evidence by neorealist and liberalist/idealist views regarding international relations. Bibliography list 12 sources. Postcold.DOC

Post-Cold War Leadership : A 9 page paper looking at the problems facing and the options available to the US in developing a national security policy following the collapse of the old Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. There were lessons presented following World War I and World War II that must be remembered in formulating a new plan for the post-cold war era. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Postcold.wps

The Economic Development of Pacific Rim Countries : An 8 page research paper describing the economic situation of the Pacific Rim countries. The writer attempts to explore the effects of war, environment, and politics on the industrial development of these countries. Also covered is the influence of China on industrialization and the role that Western nations play in the ultimate success or failure of these countries. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Pacificr.wps

"Child Prostitution & Pornography : The Failure of Other Governments and The Hypocrisy of Ours": Approximately 8 pages worth of discussion related to child pornography under the context suggested in the paper's title. No bibliography available. Chilpros.wps

China’s One-Child Policy / Economic Perspective On Governmental Control :
A 10 page paper that provides an overview of the issues related to China’s limitations on child rearing and considers the impacts in terms of national economics. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Chinaone.doc

The European Union : A 12 page paper describing the European Union. Details are given on the history of Europe and the desire for a form of unity. Separate countries are given some mention for the purpose of examining more closely the individuals and their situations as they relate to the Union. A section on the developing of one set monetary unit is included in the effort to show that this is perhaps the most essential element in the attempt of the European Union to become more competitive and successful in the world marketplace. A references page with 8 sources follows. EUnion.wps

The European Union / A Realistic Examination : 7 page discussion & analysis of the European Union, its formation, feasibility, economic vitality, relations, etc; Bibliography lists 10 sources. Europuni.wps

How To Become A Dictator : An 8 page paper describing the political and social conditions necessary for dictators to rise. The writer explains what a dictator is, characteristics and conditions of a dictatorship, and tests these characteristics by using Hitler, Lenin, and Stalin as examples. Dictator.wps

"The Origins Of Totalitarianism" : 5 page book review. Written during the height of the Cold War, Hannah Arendt's "The Origins of Totalitarianism" discusses worldwide tensions and problematic scenarios of former tyrannies that contributed to the eventual creation of the most ruthless form of government that exists in our contemporary society. In this essay, the writer evaluates Arendt's book and her definition of totalitarianism-- looking back at the Cold War period. Full citation provided for the book. Totalita.wps

If South Africa Can Do It, So Can Israel & Northern Ireland ! : A 6 page research paper on South Africa's maintenance of a more "free" society. The writer offers this country as a model to others -- still suffering from socio-political turmoil because of race relations. Included in the discussion are comparisons with Northern Ireland, Israel, etc; Essentially, the paper analyzes how South Africa overcame Apartheid on the dominant political reign of Afrikaners -- offering ideas for these two other race/religion-torn countries in particular. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Soafrica.wps

Terrorism & Terrorist Activity : In this 11 page research paper, the writer examines terrorist activity, frequency, statistics, etc; The paper focuses upon specific instances of terrorism and state, U.S., & World Policy towards terrorism in general. Counter-terrorism is explored as are methods being used to protect certain key targets. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Terorism.wps

Terrorism vs. The United States Of America : An 8 page paper on terrorist acts against the United States and U.S. policy against terrorism in general. Issues concerning state sponsorship, business as targets, and more are examined. (Similar to Terorism.wps). Bibliography lists 6 sources. Terrv2.wps

Canadian Government / Do Actions Against The FLQ Constitute State Terrorism ?
In this 14 page essay, the writer explores activities of the Canadian government and military against the F.L.Q. in an attempt to determine whether or not these constitute state terrorism. Specific terrorism acts in Canada are explained as are the issue of sustained state terrorism as it specifically applies to this North-American country. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Terroris.wps

Terrorist Organizations / A Comparison & Contrast : A 12 page paper comparing the Irish Republican Army (IRA), the ETA (a Basque separatist organization), the Shining Path or Sendero Luminoso (SL), and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). The writer is concerned with the sociopolitical reasons why each of these organizations exists, their size, scope, and support; etc.-- Their causes & ideologies are compared with much attention paid to detail. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Terrori2.wps

The Anti-Terrorism Bill & Habeas Corpus : A 10 page paper discussing the concept of habeas corpus and the fact that it should not be changed or altered to accommodate recent anti-terrorist legislation. Bibliography lists six sources. Habeas.wps

The Anti-Terrorism Act Of 1996 : A 7 page paper discussing the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act of 1996. What are its strengths and what are its weaknesses? Bibliography lists five sources. Antiter.wps

International Terrorism And The Media : 8 pages in length. In what manner are the various forms of media coverage a welcome mat for international terrorism? By granting them celebrity status, experts say intense and infiltrating news reports only benefit the terrorist, for it is that exact public access he is after to present his political platform. The writer defends opponents of such media coverage by stating facts and historical examples of its harm. Terrintl.wps

Techno-Terrorism / Implication of the Utilization of Biological Agents & Other High-tech Approaches in Terrorism : A 10 page exploration of techno-terrorism. Provides information of biological warfare, chemical warfare, and cyber terrorism as well as on the potential uses of nanotechnology and robotics in terroristic activities. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Techterr.wps

The Italian Mafia and Italian Politics : A 12 page paper analyzing how the Mafia has affected Italian politics. The writer describes the rise of the Mafia after WW II and details the activities of certain well-known persons within the crime organization. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Italmafi.wps

America's Tobacco Settlement and the Third World : An 8 page discussion of the effects of the tobacco settlement on third world countries, specifically women and children. The paper discusses the economics of the decision not to include global provisions, and how world organizations and governments are dealing with the issue. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Glosmoke.wps

Modernity and Third World Countries : In this 9 page research paper, the writer looks at relevant issues (concerning modernity) for Third World Countries in the past and future as they relate to the Global Community concept. The role of Diaspora traders, ethnic nationalism, Western liberals, imperial rulers, and more are examined as causal factors for the continued slowness of growth in some Third World countries. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Moderni2.wps

International Law / Nuclear Testing : A 15 page paper that explores France’s nuclear tests in the South Pacific and the potential international laws that could be used as recourse for citizens of Tahiti and other nations in the South Pacific. The paper iterates the situation, traces the evolution of international through contemporary use of conventional and human rights law, and possible application to the instant case. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Francnuc.doc

The Chemical Weapons Ban Treaty : A 4 page overview of the origin and status of the Chemical Wepaons Ban Treaty, from the introduction of the first effort by Bush in 1993 to the presentation of the new Treaty to the Senate in the Spring of 1997. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Chemweap.wps

World Wars I & II / Comparison Between Causes and Results : A 5 page exploration of the causes and results of World Wars I and II. The writer examines the premise that World War II was a direct result of the aftermath of World War I. Bibliography lists 2 sources. WarIand2.wps

North & South Korea / The Danger of Post Cold War Nuclear Arsenals : A 14 page discussion of the post Cold War nuclear threat imposed by Korea and the socio-political events that have made North Korea so especially dangerous. The writer provides an excellent look at international politics and the problems the U.S. has faced with regard to nuclear proliferation. Great attention is paid to detail. Bibliography lists 11 scholarly sources. Korenuke.wps

Nuclear Tensions Between the U.S. and North Korea : A 20 page paper that presents the nuclear tensions between the United States and North Korea, past and present, and how these tensions have created ongoing economic sanctions against North Korea in the present, despite provisions of the Framework Agreement. This paper postulates a stalemate between the two countries and provides the reasons behind those stalemates. Bibliography lists 20 sources. Nkorea.wps

Nuclear Proliferation & The Importance of U.S. Policy : 16 pages in length. A detailed look at U.S. policy towards nuclear proliferation and how that policy has changed over the years. Emphasized is the fact that we must actually be more cautious now than ever before in the post-Cold War years. Current political issues, supply concerns, fear of nuclear asymmetry, etc; are examined. Proposals for multilateral arms control are assessed and recommendations for preventing the proliferation of nuclear arms in countries such as Iraq are presented. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Nukeprol.wps

The United States & Nuclear Nonproliferation Delay : A 5 page paper on nuclear nonproliferation, which advocates the current course of action taken by the U.S. as specified originally in December 1995 by Thomas McNamara, which is to place technological sanctions on countries purchasing black market nuclear and biochemical weapons and extend nonproliferation under the NPT based on the current unrest by new proliferating states. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Nonnuke.wps

Nuclear & Chemical Weapons Trade in the Russian Federation : 5 pages in length. A discussion of how the new Democracy in Russia brings about a wealth of new issues to consider regarding nuclear arms arsenal maintenance, weapons proliferation, etc; START treaties, policies, and the sociopolitical / financial aspects of former Soviet arms reduction are examined. Financial needs in Russia are seen as barriers to trust and a warning is given that we need to still keep an eye out for failed compliance. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Nukeruss.wps

The Threat of Nuclear War in the Post-Cold War World : In this 5 page research paper, the writer describes how much more serious the threat of nuclear war has actually become since the end of the Cold War. It is argued that while the START series of treaties (and others) do indeed present themselves as positive steps towards world peace, securing world safety from the possible threat of nuclear proliferation in countries like Iraq is now an all-important concern. In sum, this paper makes the point that the nuclear threat hasn't been erased-- It has simply changed its form. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Nukewar.wps

Nuclear Destruction -- The Threat of Irreversible and Irreparable Consequences :
A 5 page report examining the biological & ecological consequences of radiation contamination that would result from a nuclear war. 'The end of life as we know it' is documented with scientific findings about radiation's effects on living cells and genetic structure. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Nukedest.wps

Nuclear Energy / What is it Costing Us ? : A 16 page research paper on nuclear energy and the price that we pay to have it. An historic overview of our decision to implement nuclear power is complemented by a thorough analysis of the worldwide confusion over its "pros" and "cons." While there do indeed exist merits to using this form of energy, the inherent risks and dangers far outweigh any degree of perceived necessity. The final sections of the report, therefore, discuss viable alternatives to nuclear power and how we can "market" them to be used successfully around the world. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Nukeeneg.wps

Nuclear Power / Technology & Safety : 8 pages in length. A complete discussion of the technology involved in generating nuclear power, the risks imposed, and the safety measures/ precautions that are taken. Measuring safety and the detrimental impact of radiation resulting from nuclear energy use are primary points covered in this paper. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Nukeneg3.wps

Nuclear Proliferation & Society : An 11 page research paper on the effects of nuclear power in todays society. It deals with some of the controversy as well as some of the accidents and misshaps of nuclear reactors, as well as discussing some alternatives and possible solutions. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Nucpow.wps

The Dangers of Nuclear Testing & The Reluctance to Stop It : In their effort to create a bomb that would assure destruction of enemies, the world super powers of this century have created a legacy that could presumably destroy the entire world as we know it. This 7 page essay looks at the specific dangers of nuclear weapons testing and the political problems that exist in trying to prevent it from continuing. Various legislation and test ban treaties are discussed and the writer concludes that governments were evidently much more eager to create nuclear weapons than they are to ban them. Charts are included to show which countries are most responsible for testing nuclear weapons. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Nuketest.wps

Nuclear Waste Disposal & Environmental Hazards : 7 pages in length. A look at how much waste will be created from post-Cold War arms reduction and the serious problems mankind faces in trying to get rid of it. A thorough discussion is provided about the lifespan of specific radioactive elements, the true health risks faced by humans, and the terrible problem that continues to grow in sites like Nevada, U.S.A. where more and more waste is dumped while governments still continue to search for a more feasible solution. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Nukewas.wps

Nuclear Waste / A Dream Turns Into A nightmare : A 5 page research paper which examines the problems of storing high-level nuclear waste. The writer demonstrates how the United States still does not have a viable solution for storing HLNW after 50 years of nuclear technology. The current solutions are discussed, and the writer offers a personal thesis on how to solve this problem. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Solunuke.wps

Nuclear Power / The Impact of Public Opinion & Policy : An insightful 5 page look at the development of nuclear power's importance and the key legal issues surrounding its growth during the latter half of the 20th century. Regulatory policies and trends related to cost, environmental concern, etc; are examined as is the influence of public opinion on nuclear power-related policy and how such opinion has changed over the years. Bibliography lists 1 source. Nukepowe.wps

Nuclear Energy / A Likely Evil for the Future : A 3 page review of an article on nuclear energy; its past, and its future. Some of the reasons for our turn to nuclear energy are analyzed as is the fact that we are likely to continue using it more and more in the future. The writer feels that its costs and dangers are high..and so is public opposition. No Bibliography. Nukeeng2.wps

Nuclear Energy / The Answer for the Future? : A 9 page overview of the status of nuclear energy. Outlines the environmental benefits of nuclear energy as opposed to fossil fuels. Details the differences in contribution of the two power sources to global warming. Outlines the possibilities for safe disposal of nuclear waste. Bibliography lists nine sources. Nenergy.wps

The Indian & Pakistani Atomic Bomb Tests : 5 pages in length. Tensions between India and Pakistan have reached an all-time high. With the detonation of several nuclear bomb tests on both sides, it has now come to the point where the world will tolerate no more such dangerous activity. The writer addresses the conflict between the two nations, as well as discusses what the rest of the world thinks of such a power play. Bibliography lists 5 sources. BombTest.wps

Indian-Pakistani Nuclear Testing : A 5 page paper discussing the current issue of nuclear testing as it relates to India and Pakistan. It has been many years since any nuclear testing has been conducted in any part of the world and the recent tensions between India and Pakistan have apparently brought out the "big guns." On May 11, 1998 -- India tested three nuclear devices 328 feet underground in a remote desert and the tests go on from there. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Ind-paki.wps

Geothermal Power : A 10 page overview of geothermal power. Contrasts the efficiency and environmental compatibility of this power source with other sources particularly with that of oil. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Geopower.wps

Global Warming / Legal & Economic Ramifications : A 20 page research paper that first gives an overview of the evidence that global warming exists and what is believed to contribute as its cause. Then, the writer addresses specifically whether or not the recent international treaty worked out last year in Japan will actually accomplish anything of significance. The writer demonstrates that although global warming does constitute a legitimate world problem with serious ramifications, this treaty is not the answer. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Warmglob.wps

An Overview Of Biological Warfare / Descriptions Of Anthrax & Ebola : A 7 page discussion of biological warfare and an overview of ebola and anthrax (mad cow disease), two bacteria commonly used in biological warfare. Bibliography lists ten sources. Biowar.wps

The Present & Future Global Oil Market : A 6 page paper discussing the current and future global market share of the oil industry. All the industrialized nations that so heavily had depended on OPEC-produced oil had instituted wide-ranging conservation measures with the crisis of 1973–1974, and most of them experienced recession due in large part to the stranglehold OPEC had on their economies in the late 1970s and the 1980s. The combination of the two factors, and their influence from all of the industrialized world, served to weaken the oil market. Forecasts into the middle of the next century call for only further decline of the oil market. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Petrol.doc

Organization Of Petroleum Exporting Countries (O.P.E.C.) : A 4 page essay examining the organization and history of OPEC and its former and future effects on the world oil market. In response the the stranglehold the OPEC countries had on an industrialized world dependent on the oil that they exported, conservation and world-wide recession (due in part to the oil crisis beginning in 1973-1974), OPEC has lost much of its world influence as oil-importing countries look both for other sources of oil and for alternatives to oil. Analysts believe that the current trend of increased oil consumption will continue through the year 2000, and that OPEC may be able to regain some of its lost world influence. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Opec.wps

Free Trade and Diminishing Tariff Control : An 11 page paper that considers the importance of free trade initiatives and diminishing tariffs on the current status of international trade. This paper demonstrates the effectiveness of unification under free trade and reduced tariff barriers in Western Europe, and also considers the impacts of GATT, the World Trade Organization, NAFTA, MERCOSUR and the developing European Monetary Union on the international trade decision of the United States policy makers. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Freetrad.wps

The MERCOSUR Trade Block : A 5 page paper describing the significance of the MERCORSUR free trade area on its participating countries, which include Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay. Recent additions of Chile and Bolivia have increased the impact of this agreement. Though similar in theme to other blocks such as NAFTA and the European Union, MERCOSUR is an especially powerful agreement because of the interdependence created between the South American countries. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Mercosur.wps

NAFTA / An Informative Overview : Both sides of the NAFTA issue are discussed in this 11 page overview. Economic ramifications, particularly pertaining to American jobs, is the major focus. Other issues such as the environment, immigration and Mexico's social problems are also addressed. The paper takes an analytical approach, noting both positive and negative effects of the treaty. Bibliography cites 20 sources. Nafta5.wps

The North American Free Trade Agreement : NAFTA is outlined including the history of its implementation as well as its main provisions. This 5 page synopsis also discusses its effect on specific industries and touches upon a few environmental issues as well. Relevant statistics are included that compare the economies of Canada, the United States and Mexico. Bibliography cites 4 sources. Nafta.wps

NAFTA & American Industry / Positive Aspects : A 15 page research paper on how NAFTA benefits American industry. The writer cites many positive aspects of increased trade with Mexico including that of higher-paying domestic jobs. The specific case of the automobile industry is offered as an example to support the writer's thesis. Statistics are provided to support/back-up assertions. Includes charts & graphs. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Naftagoo.wps

NAFTA’s Effect on Wages & The Labor Market : A paper of 8 pages discussing the effects that NAFTA may have had on US wages and the labor market. During the presidential debates in the campaign in which Ross Perot was a candidate, he warned of the "great sucking sound" that American jobs would make as they exited the country in favor of Mexico were NAFTA to be enacted. Four years after the passage of NAFTA, opinions and results are both mixed as NAFTA is first blamed and then praised for a variety of business results. Amazingly, many analysts cannot seem to reach a firm conclusion on just what effect NAFTA has had on the American labor market and wage rates, though there is no disagreement on the results of the components that have been studied. Bibliography lists 8 sources. NAFTAwag.wps

NAFTA and the Plight of the American Laborer : An 8 page research paper on the negative effects of NAFTA on the blue collar worker. The writer explains that loss of jobs to Mexico has a bad economic, mental, and emotional effect on American workers and society. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Naftano3.wps

NAFTA’s Impact on the Entertainment Industry : A 7 page paper examining the impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on the entertainment industry. Bibliography lists five sources. Nafent.wps

NAFTA and its Benefit to the Environment : 24 pages in length. A comprehensive overview of NAFTA's inherent ability to assist developing economies and in particular, to yield environmental benefits. The writer discusses how higher standards of living and improved government enforcement resulting from NAFTA make way for a more environmentally-conscious Mexico. NAFTA's Supplemental Agreement, SEDESOL Regulations, and even the role of the E.P.A. are discussed as well. Border environmental control and various import/export issues are taken into consideration. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Naftaenv.wps

U.S. Trade Agreements : A 5 page study of NAFTA and other U.S. trade agreements, expanding regionalism, the positive and negative effects of NAFTA, and ameliorating possibilities. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Prcnafta.doc

Developing Nations / Trade Policy : A 10 page overview of trade policy and how it affects developing nations. Nations considered include Mexico, China, India and to some extent South Korea and South Vietnam. Focus is on U.S. and WTO involvement through GATT, NAFTA and WTO policies. Bibliography lists 13 sources. Tradepol.wps

Conflict Resolution / State vs. Non-State Societies : A 7 page paper that discusses the anthropological beginnings of the nation-state, and how states and non-states deal with social conflict. Anthropologists characterize all societies, whether states or non-states, as resolving conflict through what they call the "universality of law." In state societies, this has evolved to codified laws, court systems and violence--justified by John Stuart Mill. In non-state societies, peaceful arbitration and mediation are used instead. The paper seeks to contrast the two ideals. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cultant2.wps

Nations, States, and Nation-States : 4 pages. The author discusses the meaning of the three terms; nation, state, and nation-state. The relationship among the three, along with the forces that pull them together, and the forces that tear them apart is also discussed. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Natist.wps

Foreign Aid & Hunger : The subject of foreign aid is addressed in this 5 page paper which focuses on hunger around the world. Special attention is paid to the current problem in North Korea, as they face mass starvation due to recent flooding episodes. The paper supports U.S. foreign aid. Public opinion is noted as is the United States budget and its ability to help. Also cited are alternatives to handing out provisions. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Foreign.wps

Alex C. Michalos On STET, Currency Exchange, & World Poverty : A 14 page paper that addresses Alex Michalos' hope for erasing world poverty through reforms in revenue budgets for the U.S., Canada and the world. Michalos' arguments are addressed, including counterpoints and his response. The paper posits that Michalos' arguments are adequately supported. Bibliography lists 1 source. Stet.wps

The Impact of Trade Embargoes : An 8 page paper. Often used by the United States in response to either human rights or military issues intervention, economic sanctions have been thought to be effective and productive. Woodrow Wilson believed that economic sanctions were an "economic, peaceful, silent, deadly enemy." That position is being rethought by many, however, particularly in the area of trade embargoes. Examined here are the embargoes against the former Soviet Union for the invasion of Afghanistan, Cuba and Iraq, with the lesson that such embargoes are only effective when the leaders are concerned with the welfare of their people. Cuba may be coming around; Iraq is still chanting "death to America." Bibliography lists 6 sources. Embargo.wps

The Media & Foreign Policy : A 15 page paper discussing the role the media plays in the development and implementation of foreign policy throughout the world. Examples of where it obviously has had an influence, as well as where it has overstepped the boundaries of authority are noted. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Medfor.wps

The European Union : A 12 page paper describing the European Union. Details are given on the history of Europe and the desire for a form of unity. Separate countries are given some mention for the purpose of examining more closely the individuals and their situations as they relate to the Union. A section on the developing of one set monetary unit is included in the effort to show that this is perhaps the most essential element in the attempt of the European Union to become more competitive and successful in the world marketplace. A references page with 8 sources follows. EUnion.wps

The European Union / A Realistic Examination : 7 page discussion & analysis of the European Union, its formation, feasibility, economic vitality, relations, etc; Bibliography lists 10 sources. Europuni.wps

The Negative Use of Propaganda By Hitler And Others : A 7 page paper in which the writer discusses the negative uses of political propaganda throughout 20th century history. A sizable portion of this discussion focuses upon propaganda used on the Austrians during German occupation, Hitler's propaganda-based manipulation of his own country in Nazi Germany, the 1990's-era Bosnian/Chechen conflicts, etc; Bibliography lists 4 sources. Propagan.wps

The Global Market & The Year 2000 : A 5 page paper that points out a few of the problems presented to the governments and businesses in the global marketplace by the Year 2000 problem, and how those who are not compliant with the problem may cause long-standing problems to the global economy. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Year2000.wps

Ocean Ports and International Commerce : A 9 page paper that provides an overview of the trends and issues related to ocean ports and international commerce, especially in light of emerging changes in this area of transportation. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Oceanpor.wps

Centrifugal and Centripetal Forces and Culture : A 5 page paper that discusses how geographer Hartshorne's centrifugal and centripetal theories apply to the world today. Countries/ethnic groups visited in the discussion include: Canada, Europe, and Asia. The cultural ramifications discussed include: economic, geographic religious and political. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Centrigv.wps

Historical Roots of the Drug Trade in South America : An 11 page essay that traces the South American drug trade to its historical roots and economic origins. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Drugsoam.wps

Individuals Changing The World : A 5 page essay on how individuals acting as leaders and risk takers will change the world. The writer argues that although governments are often looked to for answers--the type of changes needed are in contrast to those governments' interests and the answer does not reside in government (except through democratic change). The paper relies heavily on examples of several risk takers and how their efforts could lead to change. The paper does not seek to support these particular solutions, but to point out their potentialities--as potential relates to individual action. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Newworld.wps

Strategies For The New World : A 9 page paper that discusses "war" strategies for a new world. Fukuyama's vision of the free market world as the end of history are discussed in comparison with Dunlop's civilian and humanitarian "pull-out" strategies for the military in deference to trained military forces for large-scale global warfare. Both of these views are contrasted to Kaplan's "street war" philosophies (supported by Fukuyama's arguments) that insist on environmental changes and a choice between armed security guards for the bourgeois or continuing humanitarian efforts. The paper supports Kaplan's views. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Warstrat.doc

Satellite Communications : A 12 page paper that provides an overview of the development of satellite communications since Sputnik. The writer also outlines the issues and international impacts of this type of technology. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Commsati.wps

International Pricing Strategies : A 25 page paper discussing international pricing strategies. Discusses the effects of the euro dollar, exchange rates, emerging markets, barter, and the global marketplace in determining how to establish international pricing for foreign sales. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Pricstra.wps

International Relations Theories Analyzed : This 6 page research paper discusses international relations as it endeavors to identify current problems, dangers and sources of tension. Specifically discussed are the three prevailing theories of gender, dependency and realism to determine which one most effectively addresses the problems of international relations today. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Intheory.wps

Global Gender Issues : A 7 page paper persuasive argument in support of global gender issues as postulated by Spike Peterson and Anne Sisson Runyan. The paper discusses how these authors relate global issues to housewife economics vs. business economics and the factors that get in the way of resolving global conflicts and related gender issues. The paper particularly operates on the dynamics of chaos theory and how this relates to patriarchy and feminism in the global arena. Genissu.doc

International Relations Theories Analyzed : This 7 page research paper discusses international relations as it endeavors to identify current problems, dangers an sources of tension. Specifically discussed are the three prevailing theories of gender, dependency and realism to determine which one most effectively addresses the problems of international relations today. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Irtheory.rtf

International Politics & Power : In 5 pages, the writer discusses the concept of international politics, which,-- like all politics is essentially representative of the struggle for power. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Polpow.wps

Currency Issues : 6 pages discussing the methods by which governments have the ability to control the values of their currencies. The "trick" is that manipulation of the nation’s currency simply must be thoughtful and based on real-world conditions rather than wishful thinking. Those nations that have favored absolute and total control of their currencies and their economies have been the poorest of the world, but the other side of the same coin is no better. Much of Japan’s economy is on the verge of collapse , and much of the blame can be pointed at the failure to exercise enough control. Middle ground is a magical place, and it appears that we have had the good fortune of residing there for the past several years. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Currencyj.doc 

The Call of Service / Making the World a Better Place : A 5 page paper discussing the book The Call of Service by Robert Coles. This book deals with the life of the author and the lives of many people who are determined to make the world a better place and to be more responsible for the world around them. While the book is essentially about the author Coles does a superb job at detailing many other people, aside from himself, people who are living responsible lives. He portrays these individuals in way that makes the reader see the participants as modern day heroes while also giving a realistic description of the pressures and defeatism associated with such service. No additional sources cited. Cservice.wps

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China and Japan / Political & Legislative Structures : A 10 page paper discussing and comparing the political and legislative structures of China and Japan. The primary issue or "problem" discussed is the idea that the Chinese government has claimed all authority resulting in less innovation and growth compared to Japan’s more functional approach to development and government support rather than government control. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Chinjap.wps

Comparative Politics / Formal Power In France vs. Spain : An 8 page research paper in which the writer compares the formal power of Spain and France. Specifically examined is the role of formal state power, as seen in the actual constitutions of each country and how these are each representative of present day Western European politics. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Compo.wps

The Politics Of France And England Compared : A 12 page paper. England and France are two distinct countries with two distinct ideologies. Both First World powers influential in determining the course of global politics, they do share many similarities as leaders in the European Community, even though they both have very different roles both in the politics of the European Community and in the world. Formerly widely divergent in their political views, France and England still have different viewpoints, but are finding they have new areas of agreement, also. Bibliography included. Fr-Engl.doc

A Comparison Between the British & Japanese Parliaments : A 40 page research paper which examines in detail the British and Japanese parliamentary systems. The writer demonstrates that the two systems have many similar charactertistics as well as some signficant differences which stem largely from the fact that the Japanese Constitution was written not by the Japanese, but by American Occupation forces after World War II. Bibliography contains 26 sources. Britjap.wps

Gorbachev vs. Castro : 6 pages comparing Cuba's Castro and the former Soviet Union's Gorbachev-- Two Communist leaders who ruled their respective countries quite differently. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Gorbcast.wps

Comparison of Two Political Leaders : Francisco Franco was a general and authoritarian leader who governed Spain from 1939 through 1975. Robert Gabriel Mugabe was President of Zimbabwe in more recent years. This 4 page essay compares and contrasts their respective rise to power as well their leadership style. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Francmug.wps

Comparison of Media in Two Foreign Countries : A detailed, 14 page comparison between contemporary media as it exists in both Sweden and Austria. Issues concerning culture and modern law are discussed so as to explain each country's affection (or lack thereof) for journalism, television, radio, etc; Bibliography lists 8 sources. Foreimed.wps

Lawmaking In The United States vs. The United Kingdom : A 7 page paper discussing how laws are made in each country. Highlights the similarities and differences between the two and discusses how America's system of government was patterned after the British. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Lawmaking.wps

Nigeria and China-- An Economic Comparison : A 7 page research paper comparing the economies of China and Nigeria . The writer details the structure of the two economies, their major industries, and how they are managed. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Chinnige.wps

Comparative Health Care / 4 Countries : A 15 page comparison of health care systems in Mexico, China, Saudi Arabia, and South Africa. Discussed are various programs, statistics, funding, etc; Bibliography lists 12 sources. Healcare.wps

US and Canada / Voter Participation : A 6 page paper discussing the drop in voter turnout over the past 30 years and offering some insights into factors that may contribute to voter apathy. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Voterpar.wps

North American Corrections Systems of U.S., Canada & Mexico : This 10 page research paper examines North American prisons in U.S., Canada and Mexico to compare similarities and differences in terms of punishment and views on justice. Specifically discussed will be crime statistics and recidivism. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Corrsys.wps

Comparative Politics / U.S.A. vs. Mexico : A 9 page research paper comparing the office & duties of the President, State Governments, Justices, and various function of Armed Forces as they each exist in the United States and Mexico. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Mexiamer.wps

Comparison / U.S. & Mexico Politics, Judiciary : An 8 page comparison of the two countries in terms of the party system, electoral system, and the judiciary. Other information touched on includes the executive branches of government, recent changes in Mexico, and apathy in the U.S. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Umexico.doc

The Ongoing Fight for Independence : A 4 page research paper on the effects of seceding territories from a country. Detailed background information on Tibet and Quebec are used to compare and contrast the differences between the democratic and communistic reponses. Bibliography listing five sources is included. Indpend.wps Canada

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