• The Impact of Religions Upon International Politics
    "The 21st century will be religious or it will not be." André Malraux. By publishing a book this year (1), in which she pleads for a better integration of religious dimensions in the diplomatic approach, the american former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright underlines in which...
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  • The Role of Civil Society in International Diplomacy and Governance
    The role played by civil society associations in international negotiations and public debate is far from being insignificant. . Their role in international arena has become so significant since the turn of the new millennium, with some calling them the ‘solution’ to the continuing disappointin...
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  • Imf and Its Role in International Political Economy
    IMF and its role in International Political Economy Political economy is not a new word for us because of the close relationships between politics and the economy. The development in politics is due to the development in society and the development in society is mostly driven by the economy. The pa...
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  • International Security: Has There Been a Rift in Trans-Atlantic Relations?
    May, 24th 2010 Research Essay: Has there been a rift in transatlantic relations? What are the consequences for European Security? European Security ABSTRACT—The shock of the attacks of September the 11th has shed light upon the developments in the transatlantic relationship. While Wash...
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  • The Politics of International Economic Relations
    The Politics of International Economic Relations The purpose of the essay is to draw out the conceptual differences of Liberalism, Realism and Marxism. Each author stands for different approach among the three readings. Deundey and Ikenberry are liberals, Gilpin researches for Realism, David Harvey...
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  • How Can Public Diplomacy Complement “Hard Power” Tactics in International Affairs?
    Hard power is a term used to describe power that is acquired from the use of military and/or economic force to influence the behaviour or interests of other political entities. As the name might imply, this type of political power is often aggressive, and is most effective when imposed by one politi...
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  • What Are the Major Causes and Significance of International Migration in Global Society?
    "What are the major causes and significance of international migration in global society?" Formative Essay F Y Miah Dynamics of Change in International Relations Formative Essay "What are the major causes and significance of international migration in the global society?" The Oxford...
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  • Theoretical Framework on- Non Governmental Organisations and International Non Governmental Organisations (Support Base, Funding Pattern and Relation with State)
    Theoretical Framework on- Non Governmental Organisations and International Non Governmental Organisations (Support base, Funding pattern and Relation with State) Introduction It would serve well to remember at the outset what is now a well-known and widely accepted fact of social reality that,...
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  • Describe Thr Shiftsbin the World Economy over the 30 Years. What Are the Implications of These for International Busineses
    Economic and social aspects of educational planning Unesco Economic and social aspects of educational planning Published i 1964by theUnited Nations n Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization Place de Fontenoy,Paris-7e Printed by 'The Ysel'Press Ltd ( Unesco 1964 8 Printed in the Netherl...
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  • Role of Mass Media in Indian Society
    Today, we are living in a world dominated by media. The mass media is increasingly occupying the central stage in our lives. The mass media has an iron grip on the imagination as well as thinking faculties of the society. The programmes and features served by the mass media which instruct people no...
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  • Role of Fdi or Fii for the Indian Economy - Dr. Jyoti Vishwarkarma * Performance Analysis of Different Warehousing Agencies
    A STUDY OF FDI AND INDIAN ECONOMY Submitted for the award of the degree of Doctor of Philosophy In Management By Ms. SAPNA HOODA Registration No: 2K07-NITK-Ph.D1169-HU Under the supervision of DR. RAJENDER KUMAR (Professor) DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHN...
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  • Role of Print Media in Conflict Resolution: a Comparative Study of Daily Dawn & Jang Newspapers Regarding the Issue of Lal Masjid
    Role Of Print Media In Conflict Resolution: A Comparative Study Of Daily Dawn & Jang Newspapers Regarding The Issue Of Lal Masjid AEMEN KHALID Session: 2006 to 2008 Supervisor: Dr. Anjum Zia DEPARTMENT OF MASS COMMUNICATION LAHORE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN UNIVERSITY LAHORE 2008 ABSTRACT...
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  • Pak-China Relations
    PAKISTAN CHINA RELATIONS 1. Introduction 2. The India Question 3. A Deepening Military Bond 4. Bolstering Ties 5. The Balancing Act 6. Regional Cooperation Introduction Since establishing diplomatic ties in 1951, China and Pakistan have enjoyed a close and mut...
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  • Pak Us Relations
    Lecture No. 1 25-10-210 KASHMIR ISSUE OUTLINE: 1. Background 2. Indian Perspective 3. Pakistan Perspective 4. Plebiscite 5. Partition 6. Independent and conclusion EARLY HISTORY: In the 18th century Kashmir was ruled by the Muslim Pashtun Durrani Empire. In 1819 Kashmir was c...
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  • International Polotics
    Political Science to me is something of a cycle, which is attached to the world's history and is an ever-changing science of communication at a state and national level. This cyclical process is also attached to my personal adoption of political ideologies, i.e., as times change, as well as my surr...
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  • Comparison of the 1938 Munich Crisis and 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and the Role of Nuclear Arms
    Comparison of the 1938 Munich Crisis and 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis and the Role of Nuclear Arms Introduction In annals of the 20th century, the Munich crisis of 1938 and the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 are two of the more riveting examples of crisis diplomacy (Richardson 1994). Comparisons o...
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  • Role of Media and Islam in Pakistan's Politics
    With the end of the cold war, the drive towards democratization assumed center state. Out of a total 206 states in the world, 195 claims to be either democratic or republican. In spite of it, the nature and function of many self pro claimed democratic systems leave much to be desired. This has led t...
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  • Actor in International Politics
    Introduction The problem of actors is one of the central, and at the same time one of the most controversial in the study of international politics and relations. Indeed, one of the main criteria of international relations is the presence of regular interactions between the social communi...
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  • International Behaviors with Strangers
    Travelling to a foreign country can be exciting, but also frustrating. Many people will encounter difficulty adjusting to a new culture. Speaking each day in a new language can be difficult, even if one has studied it for years. This is because in order to communicate effectively, it is necessary...
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  • International Business Environment
    109047034 International Business Environment NBS8045 [[[Mark awarded = ]]] The impact of globalization on multinational corporations: taking SONY as an example Word Count: 3,196 The impact of globalization on multinational corporations: taking SONY as an example Abstract This pap...
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