• Turkey as a Third Party in Palestanian/Israeli Conflict
    Kammerstrasse 206-208 Zimmer: 216 47057 Duisburg 2009 Duisburg Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Theoretical Background of Mediation in International Conflicts 3. An Overview to the Israeli/Palestinian Peace Negotiations 4. Turkey as a Third Party Mediator 4.1. Annapolis Conference and Turkey...
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  • International Terrorism
    International Terrorism: Threat, Policy, and Response Summary This report examines international terrorist actions, threats, U.S. policies and responses. It reviews the nation’s use of tools at its disposal to combat terrorism, from diplomacy, international cooperation, and constructive engagement...
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  • Coping with conflicted China
    weight around. Although there seems to be domestic agreement at present, China remains a deeply conflicted rising power with a series of competing international identities. Many new voices and actors are now part of an unprecedentedly complex foreign-policymaking process.2 Consequently, China’s foreign...
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  • Handbook
    Institute of Communications Studies FACULTY OF PERFORMANCE, VISUAL ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS COMM5200 Communications and International Affairs Semester 1 2011-2012 | | Module Tutor Dr Robin Brown, Room: 1.16, E-mail: r.c.m.brown@leeds.ac.uk, Phone: 0113 3435815, Office Hours...
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  • Issues of Iranian Foreign Policy
    policy Topic: US-Iran relations Submitted to: Sir Syed Sikander sb Submitted by: Waseem Abbas -02 Asrar Hussain -19 Department of International Relations Introduction With more than 70 million people...
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  • Pakistan's Foreign Policy
    Foreign Policy is defined as under:- "The range of actions taken by varying sections of the government of a state in its relations with other bodies similarly acting on the international stage, in order to advance the national interests." Foreign Policy consists of the external actions taken by decision...
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  • Poltics
    Key question confronting world politics in the 21st Century is how should the world be governed: through the traditional nation state or through international organizations? One being the traditional approach used for several centuries, stemming from the Realist school of though where the nation state...
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  • Canada Foreign Policy
    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 other nations if in their eyes that nation wasn't...
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  • International Communication Review
    International Communication Midterm Review Theme 1 What is the importance of history in international communication? International communication refers to the cultural, economic, political, social and technical analysis of communication and media patterns and effects across and between nation...
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  • the IDF
    than offered by foreign media. But the extent to which exposure to IDF-sponsored social media extends to the broader international public is more questionable. Public relations strategists have failed to crack the enigma of monitoring and responding to hundreds of thousands of websites on the world...
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  • Britain After Two World Wars
    empire on which the sun never sets”, and it used to be the most powerful countries in the world. It’s the Britain. Britain plays an extremely important role of the world in the modern history. It used to take the lead carrying out Bourgeois Revolution and have the original Industrial Revolution. After two...
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  • The Chosen Nation: Religion versus Economic Interests in the U.S. Foreign Policy Decision Making
    “calling” to transform the world; this belief existed across the centuries in the mind of all Americans, but the politicians and due to national or international circumstances found themselves faced to the fact that they need to leave their religious convictions behind in order to preserve the best interests...
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  • Preventive Diplomacy
    I. Introduction During the Cold War the both superpowers had a veto of any international intervention in regard to internal affairs of sovereign states, which were located in their sphere of interest. With the end of Cold War also this automatic veto ended. At the United Nations Security Council...
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  • Research Paper
    FOREIGN RELATIONS Nigeria Table of Contents A 1989 publication by the Federal Military Government, Four Years of the Babangida Administration, summarized the priority issues of Nigerian foreign policy: the abolition of apartheid in South Africa; the enhancement of Nigeria's relations with member countries...
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  • Ambassadors in Pinstripes
    areas. His marketing techniques and goals for his all American team to play worldwide was a model for many industries seeking to establish abroad relations. Sports participation also provides a common ground and is a way to unite without discrimination, such as the warring people of South Africa during...
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  • Define International Relations. Demonstrate, with Examples, the Significance of International Relations to National Development
    DEFINE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. DEMONSTRATE, WITH EXAMPLES, THE SIGNIFICANCE OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ANSWER As the world gets smaller and smaller due to technological advancement, people from places that are geographically far apart are increasingly getting into contact with...
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  • Diplomacy and Propaganda in the Kashmir War
    Diplomacy and propaganda in the Kashmir War Abstract: The conflict between Hindu and Muslims over the Kashmir region is one of the bloodiest religious wars in history, exceeding in violence the Crusades or the “Thirty years war’’. As long as the Indian colony was under British rule, the tensions...
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  • World Trade Organisation and Legalization
    "The WTO is now a debating society with a Supreme Court". Has the legalization of the WTO weakened its diplomacy-based negotiating mechanism? With the creation of the World Trade Organization (WTO), dispute settlement has moved to the centre stage of the multilateral trading order. Hence, in this...
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  • International Policy
    policy is not a simple amalgam of responses to the exigencies of international relations. For whatever reasons—size of area, population, economy, leadership, etc.—India has consistently sought to influence the course of international relations in an independent and energetic manner, conscious of its responsibilities...
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  • Environmental Disaster
    The Globalisation Impact on Malaysia–China Political Relations K S Balakrishnan University of Malaya, Malaysia Paper presented at the International Conference “China and Malaysia in the Era of Globalization: Country, Regional and International Perspectives”, jointly organized by the Institute of...
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