Samples "Political Crisis"

Political Crisis

Failed and Fragile States

The notion of a failed state is an ambiguous one. After all, there are a number of approaches that can be taken to determine whether a state is a failed state. In most cases, the use of the term does not refer to a state that no longer exists, such...

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U2 Spy Plane Incident: A Lesson in Obscurity

The Cold War during the 1950s and 1960s were fraught with examples of overt Soviet aggressions and the covert nature of the response taken by the United States government. In effect, U.S. authorities had taken a path of intelligence gathering; spying as a way of anticipating and interpreting Soviet intentions,...

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Crisis in Yemen

Introduction A conflict is a struggle between people with opposing needs or goals. It can vary from a mild disagreement to a win-or-lose confrontation. People react differently to conflict, some walk away or fight the conflict. Similarly, countries face conflicts over natural resources they possess. Countries with many natural resources...

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How the Thirst for Power Can Bring Destruction

The thirst for power has been a prominent theme of literary works since the ancient times. More often than not, critics would replace the term with a synonymous “lust for power” or, with a softer one, desire for power. In any case, thirst for power refers to people’s yearning to...

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Checks and Balances

The United States of America has a government built upon from its constitution that is separated into three different branches. The three branches are known as the executive branch, legislative branch and judicial branch. Each has different functions and powers within the government. The reason for that the government has...

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Broken Branch

The separation of powers, along with the two party system within the United States of America, were both created in order to make certain that all parties would function in the best interest of the people rather than to act in a manner that would hinder the future of the...

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The Watergate Crisis and Its Consequences

The Watergate Crisis does not refer simply to a single event, but to the sequence of events following June 17, 1972. On this day, several burglars were arrested bugging the Democratic Party’s National Committee offices, and these burglars were found to be closely associated with President Nixon’s re-election campaign. However,...

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Watergate Scandal

Watergate scandal was the most serious political scandal in the political life of the United States. It took place in 1972 and was associated with Richard Nixon`s re-election campaign. On June 17 in 1972, five burglars were caught in the office of the Democratic National Committee in Washington. They were...

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Two Americas: Constitutional Crisis

In the wake of the American Revolution and the Constitutional crisis, two different ideas of America came about. Two competing groups looked to form and establish the kind of America they wanted. Democracy played a major role in the ideation for both sides. They were looking for the sort of...

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