Samples "Conflict"

Conflict

The Bear Went Over the Mountain is a prime example of the experiences that military officers are subjected to when they are at war. In this case, the military officers of Russia were engaged in counterinsurgency measures against the mujahideen in Afghanistan. While the book is in itself simple and...

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In the context of international relations, realism is an approach that perceives global politics as being guided by the competitive individual interests, which are rooted in the human nature. It is concerned with the determination of facts and the drawing of conclusions using reason. According to this perspective, the international...

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The armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine (officially — the anti-terrorist operation) is fighting on the territory of Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine. It began in April 2014.Fighting broke out between Ukraine's armed forces and rebel groups (mostly self-proclaimed supporters of Donetsk and Lugansk National Republics). In addition to the...

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The period of 1865 to 1900 begins shortly after the Civil War and marks a great degree of American progress westward. But, as the following will show, the progress that would eventually connect the eastern and western seaboards was fundamentally meant only for whites, as all others were targeted for...

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Nigerian-born Chinua Achebe’s iconic novel Things Fall Apart (1958) seeks to provide depth and complexity to African culture and its native customs. Whereas many prior portrayals of African systems in literature focused primarily on the colonialized African culture from the view of the imperialist nation, i.e., Joseph Conrad’s Heart of...

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The fastest-growing population in the United States is comprised of Hispanic/Latino residents; between 2000 and 2010, this group accounted for 16.3% of the total population as well as nearly 1/2 of the growth of the US population (Flores, 2011.) In regards to the problems of substance and alcohol use and...

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Introduction Terrorism is a concept well known to almost all human beings. It is the use of violence against non-combatant populations for the sake of achieving a political or social goal that the group cannot achieve in any other way. As is well known, it relies on a secret cellular...

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Among the most persistently volatile regions in the world today, and for decades past, has been the portion of the Middle East formerly known as Palestine. The conflict began roughly in 1948, when the state of Israel was officially recognized by most of the world; though there were certainly some...

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Through the lenses of critical race theory, Dr. Martin Luther King’s quote emphasizes the phenomenon of empathic fallacy that decreases the chances of the dominant group making a contribution to the establishment of equality. More specifically, expecting empathy from the oppressor is not likely to lead to any real consequences...

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