• The Need for War
    people (including 3 million children) are in urgent need of food and other humanitarian aid across the Horn of Africa. This food crisis resulted due to crippling drought, the impact of soaring food and fuel prices and continuing of armed conflict in certain places in Africa. Causes and...
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  • Global Food Crisis
    do, Global Food Crisis: The Fury of the Poor and Antiretroviral Drugs Sold for Food in Kenya’s Slums, relate these articles to and conflict theory. In reviewing, The World Food Crisis: what is behind it and what we can do (2000), emphasized the problems associated with global food crisis as a...
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  • GROWING CALAMITY: AN IN-DEPTH REPORT ON GLOBAL FOOD INSECURITY In The 21st Century
    crisis in the early 1970s, humanity has witnessed a variety of countries declaring food emergencies, such as famine.  In the year 2006 alone, twenty-five of the thirty-nine serious food emergencies were caused by the aftermath of violent conflicts, natural hazards or, a combination of the two (Alinovi...
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  • Us Wars
    tolerance for personality conflict - wanted to make decision alone (options on paper) Advantages: controlled bureaucrats, organized, could reach agreements together Disadvantages: didn’t work well in crisis, took too much time, needed small informal group (planning was time consuming) Consider...
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  • Operation Life Line Sudan
    conflict dynamics theory, structural violence and capacity building approach. The latter theorizes how aid interacts with conflict. And ways in which aid can be an active agent in supporting capacities of peace or vulnerabilities of separations and tension. The paper will then go further to differentiate...
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  • Rwanda: a Missed Opportunity and Lessons for the Future
    , 2004. John Prendergast, Frontline Diplomacy: Humanitarian Aid and Conflict in Africa (Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 1996). Gérard Prunier, The Rwanda Crisis 1959-1994: History of a Genocide (London: Hurst and Company, 1995). Joanne Raisin and Alexander Ramsbotham, “Relief, Development and...
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  • Cold War/Yalta
    theory. Became cornerstone of American foreign policy throughout Cold war Cuban Missile Crisis After Bay of Pigs, Kruschev capitalized on Cuban mistrust of US and signed treaty with them. Castro sought economic and military support from Soviets. US spy plane caught images of missile silos being...
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  • Shakespeare
    were no physical conflicts, however there were periods of escalation that threatened even the existence of humanity. One of the most important confrontations during the Cold War was the events that unfolded in Cuba in 1962. These events were termed the ‘Cuban Missile Crisis’ by the Americans, the...
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  • History
    was characterized by superpower rivalry, indirect conflict, ideological conflicts and also rival blocs. In order to check the validity of the statement, this essay will examine the respective motivations of the players and impact of the Korean War and the Cuban Missile Crisis from 1950 the outbreak...
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  • Un Security Council Background Paper
    History and Structure of the Security Council The Security Council is the “acting arm” of the United Nations. Their decisions can destabilize oppressive regimes, send accompanying troops for relief aid workers, and provide framework for alternative conflict resolution through diplomatic means...
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  • Concept words
    countries vs. oil importing countries B. Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) – monopoly C. energy crisis – oil crisis; Arab-Israeli conflict, oil weapon, economic recession; Iran-Iraq War, market panic D. energy diplomacy 16. sustainable development –intergenerational...
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  • Cumulative Review
    of the world · What does that consist of? o Cooperation and conflict among states o Economic exchanges ● Sometimes countries reduce economic exchanges (economic closure) ● Other times countries engage in a lot of economic exchanges (economic openness) o Global environment...
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  • Japan Foreign Policy
    its country but at the same time helped the United States to develop as well. Lastly, for social, a liberal will aid Japan in times of crisis and other humanity acts. Personally, I think the best theory and approach toward the United States would be a liberalist approach due to the reason that United...
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  • United Nations Role in Conflict Management in Africa: a Case Study of Darfur
    regional context and responsibility for their solutions was shifted to the Africans themselves. The United Nations reluctantly played its role in managing conflicts in some African states. The Sudanese crisis is the longest in Africa, and most neglected by the world until recently when the conflict...
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  • Superpower Relations 1945-90
    : The Cuban Missile Crisis was a serious crisis between the two superpowers and almost led to armed conflict. The crisis was caused by worsening relations between the USA and and Cuba. The USA had played an important role in Cuban affairs since the beginning of the twentieth century as the...
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  • Realism and Idealism: Viewing Conflict in Somalia
    , the liberal theories are better in assessing the Somali situation in comparison to the realist one, but they still have significant gaps to make either one the predominant lens. Works Cited Byers, Michael. War Law: Understanding International Law and Armed Conflict. New York: Grove Press, 2005...
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  • Realism
    Axis for Theory: Cooperation and Conflict 22 E Chapter 12 A Human Image of International Relations Chapter 13 Constructivism 1E 24 E 26 E For Further Reading *Paul R. Viotti and Mark V. Kauppi, International Relations Theory: Realism, Pluralism, Globalism, 2nd ed. (New York...
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  • Intro to African Pols
    are the main causes of Ethnic conflicts in Africa? Essential Readings: PRUNIER, G. (1995). The Rwanda crisis, 1959-1994: history of a genocide. London, Hurst & Co. [Chapter VI]. MAMDANI, M. (2002). African States, Citizenship and War: A Case-Study. International Affairs (Royal Institute of...
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  • Manning Crisis
    themselves on being the most extreme theory that implement their believes on transforming the global economic system of capitalism in hopes that it will reduce the likelihood of war. These theories have developed through past controversies and conflicts between nations and have all been considered in...
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  • Post WW2
    world has come to all out nuclear war. Also from this conflict we get the theory of MAD and the presidents “Hotline”. 2nd Red Scare: McCarthyism Wisconsin Senator Joseph McCarthy will lead America in a “witch hunt” for communist in the country. Boy Scout leaders, sports stars, Hollywood...
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