• American Foreign Policy: Realpolitiks vs. Human Rights
    American Foreign Policy :Realpolitik vs. Human Rights (1)Should the U.S sometimes pursue realpolitik and sometimes human rights? In other words, is it acceptable for the U.S. to someimes anything even support dictators, if it is good for the nation, sometimes pursue moral priciples when it can reas...
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  • Realism vs. Idealism: How American Foreign Policy Has Changed Since World War Ii
    Realism vs. Idealism: How American Foreign Policy Has Changed Since World War II Throughout the first 125 years of her history, the United States was, for the most part, an isolationist nation. After the onset of two world wars, however, America moved from an isolationist stance to become one of...
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  • American Foreign Policy in Wwi
    Foreign Policy As we approach the next Presidential election the topic of American foreign policy is once again in the spotlight. In this paper, I will examine four major objectives of U.S. foreign policy that have persisted throughout the twentieth century and will discuss the effect of each on...
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  • Essay on American Foreign Policy in Iran
    The GSD, or Gulf Security Dialogue, is a loose organizational mechanism through which the United States and the six member nations of the GCC can engage in dialogue about regional defense, security, and counter-proliferation, among any other pertinent issues. Centerpiece to current dialogue revolve...
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  • The Purpose of American Foreign Policy
    The purpose of American foreign policy, theoretically, is to create a more secure, democratic, and prosperous world for the benefit of the American people and the global community. Throughout history individuals could argue whether this has necessarily been the case. Have political representatives e...
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  • American Foreign Policy: American Civilization Progressed
    Until the end of the twentieth century America's policy towards war was to stay neutral. We stayed out of other governments battles and we avoided war. The United States did not force our ideals on any foreign governments. The US did not want to be the bully who forces countries into having freed...
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  • American Foreign Policy: They Do It Because They Can
    In his 2004 novel, Open Society: Reforming Global Capitalism, multi-billionaire George Soros writes that "the United States has become the greatest obstacle to establishing the rule of law in international affairs." (Masud) As the world finds itself lodged in the age of the American empire, one mus...
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  • American Foreign Policy 1945-2005
    Once the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, it was clear that the U.S. was a major force in international affairs. Since that time, the U.S. has had some successes and some failures in its international affairs. Following World War II, the U.S. was in constant struggl...
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  • What Is the Concept? - the Cases of Bosnia, Haiti and Somalia in the Early 1990ies and Their Importance to American Foreign Policy Values.
    In my paper "The undone change of American Foreign Policy after the Cold War" I addressed the inability of the U.S. institutions to meet the newly created challenges of the post-Cold War world. I argued that due to a lack of leadership, especially by the President, the opportunity to "reconfigure" U...
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  • American Argument over the Foreign Policy in the 1900.
    In the 1900, many American’s felt that it is America’s responsibility to do “good in a world that did wrong”, Some believed by spreading Christianity, some believed in the imperialism, and some believed that this is an opportunity to extend American economic investments, Altough mo...
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  • Canada Foreign Policy
    After September 11th there was the reemergence of security as a top priority for policy makers: both U.S. and Canadian. In practice, the Bush administration has changed the way nations and international institutions do business. This Bush administration after 9/11 was not afraid to harshly criticize...
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  • Why Were the Presidencies of Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter Perceived as Weak and Ineffectual? Take Into Effect Domestic and Foreign Policy.
    Both the presidencies of Gerald R. Ford and Jimmy Carter were considered to be unsuccessful. They brought nearly no progress to the nation and their foreign and domestic policies achieved little. Both of these “weak” presidencies were unable to bring about any long withstanding or significant ch...
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  • Hitler's Foreign Policy
    Assignment: Give an account of Hitler's foreign policy, using the following headings: (A) Defiance of the Versailles Treaty (B) Relations with Italy (C) Territorial Expansion Defiance of the Versailles Treaty After the First World War, Germany signed a peace treaty with France and Britain....
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  • Pakistan's Foreign Policy
    "The foreign policy of a country is in a sense a projection of its internal policies ,social, political and economic." (F. M. Muhammad Ayub Khan) Pakistan was born under inauspicious circumstances. As with all other countries, Pakistan's Foreign Policy is determined by the inescapable facts of h...
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  • U.S. Foreign Policy from 1890-1914
    McKinley's presidency starting in 1896 restored American prosperity through the use of higher tariffs and the return to a gold standard. Foreign nations became dependent on the United States' prosperity because economic problems, such as crop failures, were affecting their stability. This along with...
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  • A Review of Pakistan's Foreign Policy 1980-2004
    A REVIEW OF PAKISTAN’S FOREIGN POLICY 1980-2004 SUCCESSESS AND FAILURES CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Formulation of foreign policy of a country is a complicated process. It implies consideration of long term and short term interests of a state. Policy at the same time is required to be dynam...
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  • British Foreign Policy Before World War One
    British Foreign Policy pre WW1 • At turn century Britain’s predominant position in the world was being challenged by: a. German, Japanese & American industrial & commercial competition threatening Imperial trade. b. French & Russian Imperial threats (with Japan growing) to territory eg E...
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  • Chinese-Middle East Foreign Policy
    Karl Schroeder Policy Update: China-Persian Gulf China's biggest issue in the Middle East is securing the oil and gas that they will need with their continued economic growth. China has attempted to cultivate domestic oil production, but their demand for oil has continued to...
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  • American Foreign Relations During Washington's Presidency
    From it inception, despite the intentions of Washington had subsequently elaborated upon in his Farewell Address, the new republic became entangled in European affairs. It had a profound effect on both foreign and domestic policy. British resentment tied with renewed antagonism with France, produced...
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  • Hitler's Foreign Policy
    History – Hitler’s Foreign Policy The Revival of Germany January 1933 – Hitler becomes Chancellor Hitler’s Foreign Policy Aims 1. Destroy Treaty of Versailles (Versailles had limited Germany’s armed forces, taken away her colonies, forced Germany to give land to her neighb...
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