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Reagan Diplomacy and the Cold War

This paper sums up Ronald Reagan's doctrine in regard to the USSR and other entities of what he dubbed the axis of evil. There ar...

David C. Berliner, Bruce J. Biddle, and James Bell's The Manufactured Crisis

tests." They also point out that the SAT test only verbal and math skills and is no longer enough of a base to determine the appr...

Successful and Least Successful Post Second World War US Presidents

had fulfilled his 1980 campaign pledge to restore "the great, confident roar of American progress and growth and optimism" (Past P...

Reaganomics, Keynesian Theory, and Supply Side Economics

as the way to economic health, rather than moving through macroeconomic methods (Answers.com, 2005). During the 1980s, such measur...

'New Right' and FDR's New Deal

deleterious rather than positive. It is important to remember, however, that the New Deal emerged in one of the most taxing times...

American Political Thought: A Look at the Presidency of Ronald Reagan

did. He was so confident in his vision, that people automatically would trust in the things he said. In reviewing his stint as pr...

20th Century United States and Social Welfare

those who want to help the poor, such as in the 1930s. There was relatively little opposition to Roosevelts New Deal because times...

Economic Comparison of the Similarities Between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Ronald Reagan

In five pages this paper examines how Ronald Reagan employed FDR's 1930s' Great Depression era New Deal type policies to cope with...

Way Out There in the Blue: Reagan, Star Wars and the End of the Cold War by Frances FitzGerald

ways that non-students of foreign policy can easily understand. FitzGeralds attitude concerning her subject matter is established...

'Clintonomics' and 'Reaganomics'

In five pages the economic policies of the Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton administrations are contrasted in terms of differences w...

Polls, the Media, and Ronald Reagan

In twelve pages this research paper examines how election polls and the media were influenced by President Ronald Reagan which obs...

Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter on Central America

Info, 1988). The straw that broke the camels back in terms of Carters flexibility was the murder of four churchwomen in El Salvad...

Middle East Foreign Policies of Lebanon

nation. The term welfare may be focused on the economy, achieving peace in a nation or region, or any other goal that nation might...

China and the Financial Foreign Policy of the United States

In twenty pages this research paper discusses China's rapidly growing economy and how this impacts the US' foreign exchange rate p...

Terrorism/Comparing Countries

the threat of bio-terrorism (Dammer and Fairchild 304). France : France, also, has long had to cope with terrorism, as the Frenc...

Cold War and Varying Perceptions by the Soviet Union and the United States

In eight pages this research paper discusses how during the Cold War foreign policies were the result of very different perception...

Soviet Union's Foreign Policy Changes from 1980 to 1992

In six pages this research paper analyzes how the changes of the Soviet Union's foreign policy within this time period affected it...

Sociology, Psychology, and Foreign Policy

In five pages whether or not foreign policy is rooted in psychology and sociology is considered in terms of Bill Clinton's Bosnian...

American Foreign Policy Development

This paper considers how American developed its foreign policy concerning relations with Europe, Latin America, and the Soviet Uni...

U.S. Foreign Policies of Josef Stalin and Nikita Khrushchev

Stalins totalitarian rule and approach resolution to political struggles without the need for war. This stance did not hold for l...

President Reagan Hurt Economy

This essay reports on two separate issues. The paper first discussed the similarities and differences between the Korean and Vietn...

1914 to 1975 American Foreign Policy

In five page the post First and Second World War foreign policy of the United States is examined in a discussion of such topics as...

Australian Foreign Policy

The writer looks at the way that Australian foreign policy may be formulated and justified given the current position and constrai...

The Role of the Executive and Legislative Branches in Foreign Policy Decisions

This paper examines the role played by the executive and legislative branches of the US government in foreign policy decisions. T...

Canada's Global Views on Foreign Policy

problem that too affects North America. In January of 2000 U.S. Customs Service commissioner launched a Northern Border Security I...

U.S. Foreign Policy 1945 to 1970 and Anti Communism

In a paper consisting of eight pages two theories regarding American foreign policy and the role of anti Communism are examined wi...

The Role Congress Plays in Influencing Foreign Policy

Although, as we shall see, there are some temporary exceptions; the legislative branch typically approves or disapproves the actio...

American Foreign Policy and Justifying Intervention on Humanitarian Grounds

worth the favorable outcome. Others disagree and say that more loss of life is prevented by taking on nations that violate fundame...

Projecting What U.S. International Relations Will Be Like in The 21st Century

cope within a new geopolitical global environment. We have seen a pulling back of support in numerous arenas. One of the events ...

Soviet Containment and George F. Kennan

the Western world is something that be contained by the adroit and vigilant application of counter-force at a series of constantly...