Samples "Politics"

Politics

With a history of balancing pro-Western and anti-Western regimes, Iran is a country facing major internal and external threats (Axworthy, 2016). The country’s political history is riddled with revolutions and overthrows. Nonetheless, Iran still produces a wealth of scholars, maintains a relatively impressive economy, and continues to be a major...

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The 1925 Geneva Protocol, an international treaty, specifically disallowed the use of chemical and biological weapons in warfare. While there were other instances of violations of the treaty, by far the most high-profile is the case of the Iran-Iraq War, which lasted from 1980-1988. Partly because of the international reaction...

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The world has been witnessing the struggle between Iran and Saudi Arabia from years now. This struggle continuously changes its reason, like sometimes it is claimed that it is due to religion divided in to Sunni-Shi’i sectarian conflicts and sometimes it seems that power is the culprit of such a...

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The important issue, which should be determined first, is the meaning of the government budget and its role in real GDP equilibrium. A position of government budget is the difference between the spending of the government and the government tax revenue. Obviously, in case the spending of the government exceeds...

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IntroductionThe following is an analysis of the domestic policies of the Shah of Iran concerning the economic factors that were the dominant reason the Iranian Revolution of 1979 took place. Further analysis will look at the ideology of Ayatollah Khomeini that was the second most dominant causal factor behind the...

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In May 2017 the Employment and Social Affairs Committee of the European Parliament decided to discuss introduction of reforms for transformation of labour market in Greece. The International Labour Organization regularly observes situation in Greek labour market in order to develop relevant recommendations (“International Labor Organization”, 2017). It should be...

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Over the last two decades, the world has experienced a myriad of challenges regarding peace and stability. In most cases, the situation embraces overthrowing of regimes such as in the case of Libya, Iraq and more recent in Syria. A majority of the governments have not been changed for years...

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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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Riabov & Riabova in their publication apply the category of gender in order to explain and better understand modern Russian politics. It is, however, very hard, what such attempts provide. On the one hand this sounds like an explanation of modern, sometimes seen and referred to as aggressive politics of...

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