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International Relations

Book Review

In his work, international relations lecturer Jeffrey M. Chwieroth attempts to offer a comprehensive study regarding the history of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) organization while also focusing on the process of financial liberalization. In hindsight, Jeffrey Chwieroth’s main aim of this work is to reveal the vital decisions as...

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U.S as the World Police

The United States foreign policy has always been about building a sustainable democratic world that is secure and prosperous for the wellbeing of the American people and the global community. In pursuit of its foreign policy goals, the U.S has taken up the role of the world police where its...

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International Relations Theory

Introduction World leaders, to the extent that they formulate foreign policy, generally do not consult International Relations texts for guidance. The well-worn trio of Realism, Constructivism and Liberalism (or what used to be called Idealism) are purely ideal types, themselves reflecting no nation's foreign policy. These theories are the creations...

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American Interference Overseas

America’s increasing interference in international business is nothing new. America has a rich history of butting their heads into the affairs of countries abroad. The goal of increasing welfare and improving human rights around the globe is one with good intentions, but there comes a point where it goes too...

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United States in North Korea; Avoiding a Worst-Case Scenario

Introduction It is no secret that the ambitious leaders of the Nation of North Korea have been defiant of world powers, and have been actively seeking to obtain nuclear weapons, for the past thirty (30) years. While the motive behind the desire to possess these weapons remains unclear, it is...

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How The Soviet-American Change In The 1980s

Through experience, results of the Soviet-American summits were more apparent due to more or less added periods of time. The changes in Soviet policy in Eastern Europe dramatically altered the Americas’ perspective on the Soviet Union. The changes reflected a lot on survey research that were repeatedly done during the...

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US Foreign Aid to Egypt

The whole issue of foreign aid started way back before the world wars, when charitable organizations would provide assistance to needy people in foreign countries (Lancaster 3). However, foreign aid from the US government did not start, not until the world war one. In fact, it was against the law...

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Foreign Policy

America has been notoriously active in the Middle East over the last two decades, and in the wake of the attacks of September 11, America has ramped up its activities in the region significantly. America’s strategy in the region could absolutely be called active, as it has going in and...

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Relations between the European Union (EU) and China

Relations between the European Union (EU) and China began in 1975. Their trade relations were officially established during this time. These trade relations were also referred to as Sino European relations. The relations intended to improve issues such as prosperity, peace, sustainable development and trade. Trade has developed efficiently between...

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Popular Dissent or Anarchism and International Relations Theories

IntroductionDissent in global politics mainly entails redirecting international relations through a path that interferes with the manner in which international relations have been constituted, perceived and entrenched. In this context, the dissent approach does not seek to the rescue of attempts of exploration of identity through the comprehension of social...

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Drivers of American Foreign Policy

The American Foreign Policy is firmly rooted in the origins of the US nation. As Walter Russell Mead quoted, there are four major drivers for the foreign policy of the country. While Hamiltonians would regard the alliance between the US government and great business as the most important part for...

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Research Proposal for US Foreign Policy in Iraq 2003

One of the most influential events of the past 15 years was the US invasion of Iraq. The invasion was highly controversial and resulted in a lot of backlash against the United States. Recently there has been an increased effort to fight ISIS in Syria and many claim that this...

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US and Russia: International Affairs

In Aslund’s Russia’s Capitalist Revolution, the author wrote at length about the reasons why Russia underwent reform of its economic system but did not become a democracy in the traditional sense as understood by the Western world. The author took on this question in part because of the belief among...

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US and Asia: The Greatest Challenge

There is no doubt that the relations between the United States and Asia are complicated and controversial. Literally, there are two worlds, which are completely different in their culture, social structure, economy and political systems. Moreover, the recent history created an additional tension between these parts of the world. In...

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Relationship Between Russia and the USA

Russia’s Attack, an Alternate HistoryIn this Op-Ed published in the New York Times, the author gives his opinion about the Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee’s (DNC) email accounts and how Obama responded to it. He claims that the then president’s response was not enough, claiming it was a...

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Globalization and the Evolving Relationship between the U.S. & China

Globalization has changed the dynamics between the United States and China as each has found a competitive advantage in working together on a number of fronts, and these include scientific discovery and industry. With these changing relationships between the U.S. and China which see organizations and individuals from the two...

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