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Essays 241 - 270

U.N.'s Bosnia Peacekeeping Mission and Support by the U.S.

would benefit from adopting a democratic political structure. What has worked for over two hundred years within the United States...

The Impact of Multinational Labor On Host Nations

and Prague (Bello, 2001). The demonstrators argued that multinational corporations, i.e., globalization, ruins the host nations i...

Economic Impact of Prisons

"California Governor Pete Wilson proposed adding 2,900 correctional employees to the California Department of Corrections -- more ...

Emerging Markets of India and China

a most promising base for software development" (University of Bridgeport, nd). There are a number of risks in India, however, th...

Organized Crime Activity and the Impact of the UN

these actions by the United Nations will help alleviate the numbers of smuggling activity going on across international borders. ...

'Nation' and State of Germany

For example, German nationalism represents the desire for a change in political and administrative structure. It has followed a d...

Fisheries and Global Environmental Resource Law

rebuild to historical population levels (The Economist, 1998). Our oceans are fascinating testaments to the complexity and ...

Answering Questions on International Political Economy Issues

war as being "characterized less by its immediate causes...than by the extent and the stakes involved," so that the "inevitable co...

Mandate Period and Middle East Interests of the British and French

Lebanon we can appreciate the conflict. In 1920 the San Remo Conference saw a total collapse of the Ottoman Empire. The oi...

Money, LDCs and MNCs

these nations, in which children tended to be sold at an early age to bring much-needed resources into the family. The pur...

Promoting E-Commerce Within Developing Nations

could understand the concept of e-commerce based on these metaphors. Consumers now had a "virtual shopping cart" to shop on the In...

Violence Behind the Wheel

family car is a memory: there are now more motor vehicles in this country (200 million) than drivers. According to one University ...

Kim, Kim, and Lee's 'Modes of Foreign Market Entry by Korean SI Firms' Reviewed

An emerging market is "a country making an effort to change and improve its economy with the goal of raising its performance to th...

Abraham and God's Covenant

This essay consists of five pages and focuses on the Chapters 13, 15, and 17 as they relate to Abraham's covenant with God and how...

Argentina v. Chile

In three paper the historical disputes between Argentina and Chile regarding territory are examined in terms of their implications...

The Wilding of America by Charles Derber

and this becomes a motivation that people pursue over and above everything else. Derber asserts that we distance ourselves from s...

Higher Education and the Problem of Racism

This research paper investigates Spanish/Hispanic racism within the context of the nation's institutions fo higher education. This...

Indians of British Columbia

In five pages the Indias of British Columbia are considered regarding such issues as race, class, and ethnicity along with an exam...

The United Nations' Efforts to Control Drug Trafficking in Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, and Korea Commission On Narcotics & Drugs

at the same time ensures the availability of the drugs for legal purposes. According to U.N. drug organs, opium production has in...

Third World Application of Dependency Theory

In six pages dependency theory is discussed in terms of how it is applied to countries of the third world along with the consequen...

International Relations and Sovereignty

In seven pages this essay examines global level sovereignty with the emphasis upon the United Nations' relationship with the Mid...

Human Rights, Sovereignty of States, and the United Nations

1995). And now that the Cold War is over, the U.N. seems more rudderless than ever - charged with requests for peace-keeping f...

Human Rights and Sexual Orientation

In twelve pages this paper applies the United Nations' charter to sexual orientation and human rights' issues. Fifteen sources ar...

The Cherokee Nation and Andrew Jackson

him a legend in his own time (Cave 4) In 1817, Jackson was again called upon to fight the Indians, this time the Seminoles. The fi...

Java and its People's Life and Social Customs

In eight pages this paper discusses this island nation's inhabitants in terms of their society, lifestyles, and customs. There ar...

China and the UN's Human Rights Policy

signed by individual nations as State parties. In order to assess their commitments under those covenants, committees meet regula...

Global Business and the Impact of the United Nations

The United Nations' impact upon the conduct of global business is the focus of this paper consisting of fifteen pages. There are ...

United Kingdom and Problem with Racism

This research paper considers the issue of racism within the cultural context of the United Kingdom and that nation's history. Thi...

Main Components of Aggregate Income, Expenditure, and Output

In a paper of two pages the ways in which aggregate income, expenditure, and output represent the nation's economic system are pre...

Overview of Operation Provide Comfort of 1991 to 1996

In eight pages this paper discusses the refugee relief provided by the United Nation's Operation Provide Comfort from April of 199...