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World Corruption and US Foreign Policy

This paper contends that the US must act as the world watchdog and keep those in check that tend to sway from world expectation. N...

Pre Second World War Policy of the US

opting to abstain from joining the League of Nations when it was formed. If one had to point at a single cause of World War II and...

Foreign Policy of Indonesia

The colonisation of the Indonesia may be seen as starting with the establishment of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in 1602, an...

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 ...

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...

World War II Russian Politics and FDR's Role

was integral to getting rid of Hitler and rendering what he did something that will likely never happen again. And while there wer...

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...

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...

The Road Towards Social Change and Full World Immersion

and many positive changes came about as a result. Those changes came to some at least represented a frontal assault on the fundam...

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...

Caribbean and the Foreign Policy of the United States

America's foreign policy in Central America, most notably in the Caribbean, is analyzed in a paper consisting of five pages....

Administration of Ronald Reagan and Its Latin American Foreign Policy

In four pages this paper discusses Reagan's foreign policy on Latin America as depicted in an article by Carothers....

The Soviet Foreign Policy of Ronald Reagan

In 1980, former actor and two-time governor of California Ronald Reagan took the world stage as he opposed Jimmy Carters reelectio...

U.S. Intervention in Central America

over the world-Iraq is merely the latest in a long list of interventionist adventures-but hes one of the most articulate. Chomsky ...

Cold War History/Role of Geo-Political Motives

rationalized by President Theodore Roosevelt on the grounds that the U.S. had an "obligations to intervene elsewhere in the Wester...

Pros and Cons of the US Falling Dollar

In five pages foreign investment is the primary focus in this assessment of the declining US dollar's pros and cons....

Changing Role of American Foreign Aid

In nineteen pages this paper discusses how US foreign aid's role is ever changing. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography...

Brief Essays on U.S. History

This 14 page paper comprises brief essays on various topics in U.S. history from 1877 to the present. Topics covered include Roose...

Concept of the 'New World Order'

his approach, Eisenhower used the phrase "new look", and one of the current terminology "new world order" actually evolved during...

U.S. Presidential Office

In eight pages this paper discusses the foreign affairs' role of the U.S. President in a consideration of Woodrow Wilson's policy ...

First World War Participation of the US

Ottoman Empire ("World History" PG). Eventually, in 1917, the United States would enter the conflict (PG). Their role essentially...

US Foreign Policy, Israel & Cold War Era

of petroleum for the United States and its European allies" and also to "prevent or minimize Soviet involvement in the region" (Ge...

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...

US Foreign Policy Since World War II

creating the United Nations, one of the most powerful organizations that involves itself in promoting the security of all nations ...

First World War to the Vietnam War: The Evolution of American Policy

hoped to increase through increased trade. According to Perlmutter (1997), "The idea of American exceptionalism was a product of ...

The So-Called Ongoing Gulf War and U.S. Involvement

a part of Iraq, yet Kuwait had systematically encroached on Iraqi territory, while also deliberately stealing Iraqi oil from the R...

Colombia - Foreign Policy

by the 1970s, mostly left-wing groups (International Crisis Group July). By the 1980s, right-wing groups emerged and by then, the ...

Post Second World War U.S. Foreign Policy

The worldwide goals and agendas that comprised American foreign policy after the Second World War are the focus of this five page ...

Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ANDS)

Security; Governance Rule of Law & Human Rights; Infrastructure & Natural Resources; Education; Health; Agriculture & Rural Develo...