• Realists and Liberalists Views
    powers. Liberalists believe that an international society can work together to resolve problems. This involves trade between all nations and war would end so that everyone could live in peace and help each other out. Liberalists also believe that war should only occur when it is an absolute emergency and...
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  • Estudiant
    purpose of wars is peace but does it really produce peace or just more problems? They totally produce more problems. To what extent are wars justified? Wars are not justified; people suffer a lot. Many cities are destroyed and many soldiers lose their lives. Wares are not a way to solve a problem. People...
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  • African problems
    African Problems 2 As it is known, human history began in Africa from appearance of first human dated to 3.000.000 years. Nowadays humanity has made a huge progress in social, technical, scientific spheres. But unfortunately, human society has digressed in some cases of social development and there...
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  • War in Syria
    Martin War 09/08/13 War In Syria The war in Syria has become a worldwide focus point on other countries intervening with central problems within such societies. This Civil War has created plenty of attention to an abundant of countries and has some wanting to level out this problem of conflict...
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  • Cuban Missile Crisis
    destroy the Soviet missiles in Cuba. 51 years ago United States gets there a really big crisis that could split the country and start a 3rd World War that would be devastating for the entire world. The crisis for United States began on October 15, 1962 when they realise that during the summer, the...
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  • No Thanks
    me to say that war happens because we as humans are flawed and sometimes it is the only way to get a point across, but I think there is more to it. I decided in order to answer my question I would need to do some research about war in general and found that a major theme of starting a war was a sense of...
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  • Drug War
    Fight the Drug War The word drug is always a huge problem for the entire society in United States. There is drug abuse statistic information from the United States Congress. Their report stated that an estimated 25 to 30 million addicts of illegal drugs worldwide. Not all users are addicts...
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  • How Can We Help Africa
    Africa has been poor for a long time. It is undeveloped because civil wars have destroyed its economy and important infrastructures. There are many reasons for the emergence of civil wars and poverty in Africa, including striving for rich resources, a huge number of ethnic groups, the ever changing climate...
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  • War on Drugs in Tennessee
    War on Drugs and Prison Overcrowding in Tennessee The War on Drugs and Prison Overcrowding in Tennessee Many prisons across the United States are plagued with overcrowded prisons. The state of Tennessee has a serious overcrowding issue. According to...
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  • stuff about stuff
    that is against war is the veterans for peace organization, this organization is a united states organization and was founded in the year 1985. This organization is made up of male and female US military veterans from world war 2, this groups main objective is to promote alternatives to war. The reason that...
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  • Digi
    broadband services and phone packages they still can’t defeat its competitors, people will prefer Maxis or Celcom for better result. In the Sun Zi art of war topic of forces, there are 3 main elements which are managing troops and attacking, direct and indirect forces, momentum and timing. Firstly, managing...
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  • Paper Internation Politics
    article ‘an unnecessary war’, written by J.J. Mearsheamer and Walt, tries to state with arguments and investigations the Iraq-war is unnecessary. According to the writers, Saddam Hussein isn’t as reckless and reckentless as the Americans want us to believe. But is the Iraq-war really unnecessary? And...
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  • effects of war
    CHAPTER ONE 1. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this study is to find out the effects of war on a soldier financial decision making process. Militarism has countless costs, from lives lost in armed conflict to environmental degradation to damage to the physical mental and emotional of the troops involved...
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  • Nazism in Germany
    to power. Background In World War I (1914–18), Germany’s aims were annexationist in nature and foresaw an enlarged Germany, with Belgium and Poland as vassal states and with colonies in Africa. However, Germany’s military strategy, involving a two-front war in France and Belgium in the west and...
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  • Can techonology solve our problem
    So, we used to solve big problems. On July 21st, 1969, Buzz Aldrin climbed out of Apollo 11's lunar module and descended onto the Sea of Tranquility. Armstrong and Aldrin were alone, but their presence on the moon's gray surface was the culmination of a convulsive, collective effort. The Apollo program...
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  • Comparative Commentary
    Comparative Commentary The two texts ‘Daddy, what did you do in the war against pollution?’ (text 2a, written in 1995) and ‘Stay Cool’ (text 2b, also written in 1995) are both dealing with the problem of global warming. While text 2a is an advertisement and text 2b is an excerpt from an editorial in...
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  • TED Talks review analysis
    TED Analysis The TED presentation that I viewed was, Jason Pontin’s: Can technology solve our big problems? Jason Pontin is currently the editor-in-chief and publisher of MIT Technology Review, and routinely investigates to find out what technologies currently in our world are going to “get us there...
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  • Economics, Winning Bolivias Drug War
    Economics 200 November 20, 2001 Economics is Winning Bolivia's Drug War A 1998 article from the New York Times reported that Bolivia was winning its war against drugs as a result of two factors that influence the market for coca, which is used to make cocaine. First, Bolivian soldiers raided a...
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  • Unjust War Essay
    Brooke Warhurst Mr. Turso World History 25 February 2013 War is unjust War is defined as a conflict battled between two political communities. Although some may say that fighting in a war creates peace and settles problems, it truly only causes death, brings countries into debt, and does not...
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  • America and the Civil War
    The Civil War split the nation after the Confederacy was defeated and slavery ended. There were many questions left unanswered such as how Southern states would return to the Union and the Constitutional and legal status of the Negro Freedmen. This period known as the Reconstruction Era, from 1865-1877...
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