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Main Trends of Neoliberalisation in European Cities Politics Literature review
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In regards to the effect of urbanization in Europe, Smith observes that the advent of capitalism in East-Central Europe through urban development projects had an uneven effect on society. Smith observes that the restructuring of the urban economies spelled doom for the society as well as for the industry-leading to the collapse of many.
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Analysis of Documentary about Jerusalem Politics Assignment
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What makes the so-called present one different is the ease of travel and the porousness of the Western security envelope. These are important contemporary political considerations involving the way we live now in the West that isn't covered enough in this documentary. However, everything else was well done.
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Impact of US Counter-Smuggling Operations in Mexico and the Caribbean Politics Assignment
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There is a need for “increasing the frequency of the coast guard inspections will further avoid accidents” to enhance safety standards amongst their vessels. The intensity of the fight against the drug cartels calls for enhanced safety standards to minimize the occurrence of fatal accidents that only hinder the fight.
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Dengs Political Reforms Politics Assignment
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The author states that the economy was stagnant and the firms were mostly owned by the government which meant that there was no incentive to work. This is why as soon as Deng came to power he tried to transform the entire economic system. Deng during his regime tried to focus mainly on the transformation of China.
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The Effect of Democracy on Chinese Development Politics Coursework
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Democracy in China will see into that the marginalized members of the society will be empowered, supported and strengthened by availing resources to them, this concept will improve their socio-economic development status and protect them from being discriminated by the majority groups (Andrews, 1994, p.127-128).
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The U.S. Led Invasion of Iraq Politics Article
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On 7th December of 2002, Iraq had submitted a declaration of its weapons to the UNMOVIC, but around mid-December, the US said that Iraq had done a material breach of the 1414 UN resolution as because Iraq had failed to give an account of its entire weapon stock especially the biological weapons like anthrax.
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The Geography of War and Peace Politics Assignment
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For Gramsci political struggle “necessarily involves a struggle for hegemony, a class's struggle to become a State and take up the role of State as an educator” (Mastroianni). Gramsci condemned both the political and cultural hegemony of the ruling class and believed that communism could be introduced only through revolution.
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European Union Policy: Turkey Politics Case Study
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It is Turkey's third-largest destination and sixth-largest area of imports. Turkey has a strategic energy role in the area. It is ranked internationally in the low to medium income group. The richest 20 percent of the population control 47.7 percent of the wealth, while the poorest 20 percent controlled only 5.8 percent.
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American Political Communications Politics Essay
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In most negative political advertisements, security is used to change how people perceive things. Security is one of the most common persuasive techniques used in advertising. The ad creates fear in the minds of its viewers by telling them that their jobs, families or lives will be in jeopardy if they support the particular cause or candidate. 
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Police and Society: Post 9/11 Politics Case Study
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Local policing is widely cited by experts as the frontline in terrorist prevention. Community policing has been cited as providing one of the best defenses against terrorist acts on American soil. However, despite the potential importance of local law enforcement to the counterterrorism divisions, this resource is generally under-funded and under-used.
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Political Thought Politics Assignment
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The author will prove, that democracy is indeed most appropriate if one desires for a good and stable society and that Plato and Aristotle were wrong in their conclusions or at least, their experience during their time was in no way comparable to how people experience democracy at present times.
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Main Ideas of the Politics of Representation Politics Essay
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Example of an artist who attempts to defamiliarize reality from within accepted symbolic systems is available in the artwork of Jenny Holzer. Rather than presenting images as truth, Holzer works to present words as truth by resorting to culturally adapted slogans through her abbreviated Truisms (Kukje Gallery, 2005). 
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Freedom Summer of 1964 and Its Relationship with the Civil Rights Movement Politics Case Study
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During 1962, of a total population of around 450,000, there were just 28,000 registered black voters, representing around 6 % of the local population, which was the lowest in American history. The Campaign was organized under the leadership of the SNCC activist, Robert Moses, “to focus national attention on prevailing condition in Mississippi.” 
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Liberalism and Its Aspects Politics Coursework
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The statement “Do you agree or disagree?” with the topic of the paper has to be viewed in the proper context. While this paper does not argue in black and white terms on the question above, nonetheless the position I take is that Liberalism is best suited for the times that we live in.
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Infrastructure Application and Review: France Politics Case Study
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The potential effects of infrastructure systems on a country’s social and health benefits have been studied by Curwell et al. (2005). The above researchers tried to identify the effectiveness of infrastructure systems within the territory of the European Union. The case of the ‘IntelCities’ project of the European Union is put under examination.
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What Are the Most Important Factors in Explaining the Rise of the Modern State Politics Essay
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The population holds a common belief in the state symbols and national identity. In modern times, the state is a powerful socioeconomic and political force (Pierson, 2004). Laski (2003) defines a state as a compulsory form of human association that grew over the centuries, leaving no tract of an individual’s social or personal life unaffected. 
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Does Terrorism Work as a Means of Changing World Policies Politics Report
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    While different countries and agencies have their own way of explaining terrorism and its impact, most of the definitions, however, usually have common elements. Terrorism has over the years been used as a tool to threaten, annex the territories, destabilize or topple Nations and the Governments worldwide and at the same time impose particular thought, belief or cult in other regions. 
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The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Politics Article
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In Truth and Reconciliation, Said took the stand of an objective observer and not a Palestinian advocate. A great deal of his critical energy stems from his position as a Palestinian exile and he attempts to illuminate the wider source of that situation. I think that we should take a cue from his thoughts.
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Comparison of the Cold War International System to the Current International System Politics Article
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The approved version did not say that the Soviets were directly fomenting international terrorism, but it did state that the Soviets deeply engage in support of revolutionary violence worldwide and that in turn national insurgencies that the Soviet Union directly or indirectly supported often carry out.
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International Communications: Democracy in China Politics Article
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International sources also work through religious groups within China like the Falun Gong, which fights for human rights and democracy; the portrayal of this group in the Western media is predominantly favorable and the encouragement they receive functions as a spur for their continued resistance of repressive Government policies. 
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The Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956 Politics Report
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The first designations were in 1947 and it was later completed in 1955 under the limitation of 40,000 miles which was imposed by the 1944 Act. The Interstate System was not conceived by President Eisenhower, however, his support led to the enactment of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, which set up a program for building and funding it.
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A democratic political system is an essential condition for sustained economic progress. Discuss Politics Term Paper
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It is thus apparent that the spread of democracy and the rise of the markets go hand in hand. As the protestant work ethic that is so essential to capitalism (Weber, 1930) is replicated taking into account the specific circumstances of the countries, it is clear that only democracy can deliver the goods as far as economic development is concerned. 
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Communitarian and Cosmopolitan Approaches to Questions of Justice Politics Literature review
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From the perspective of states, it is believed that in order to attain global justice, prosperous and affluent states are under the responsibility of aiding and giving support to those less-fortunate states in alleviating poverty and human anguish and suffering. From the perspective of individual persons, justice is attained on the basis of whether there exists decent human welfare in a society.
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Pressure Group Have Too Much Access to Politicians Politics Literature review
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With politicians now are representing interest groups rather than the population at large, there is likely the possibility that pressure groups would compete with political parties to claim their representation over the society which does not have political representation such as the poor, immigrants and other social class.
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Canadian Federalism and the Environment Politics Case Study
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There are problems, in practicality, as suggested by theorists like Arther and Hill (1996) who make a case for a gigantic effort concerted international effort in the environmental cleanup. Since the environment is interconnected, the issue transcends even the national boundaries. They seek to come together of the international community to undo the environmental harm.
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Global Values, Westernisation or Americanization in the Globalizing World Politics Case Study
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Nye also put forward the view that soft powers like CNN cannot function separately, and it had to collude with the hard power to achieve positive results for the country. That is, Nye wants the U.S. to merge its soft power tools and strategies with hard power, to optimize its foreign policy results and importantly pursue its dream total Americanisation.
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Global Inequality Politics Coursework
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Two sets of researchers including; the dependency theorists and the modernization theorists have even provided their own view of global inequality. First came in the modernization theorists who stated that any nation can become developed if they pass through the development stages that were followed by those nations who are currently recognized as developed nations.
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Comparison of the Political Orientation of Trade Unions Politics Term Paper
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Similarly, traders may have concerns from government or local authorities. So, trade unions will be there to handle such issues. They impose the restrictions or regulations for businessmen and employees. Fixing reasonable schedules for working is also the prime function of trade unions (Matsaganis, 2007).
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Nelson Mandela as a Champion of Democracy Politics Case Study
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In 1944, Mandela joined the African National Congress. His major objective of joining ANC was to fight for the right of the people of South Africa. He delegated his life to fight against the regime of apartheid and racial segregation. He stood firm against the law of the white minority that he became a leader for the armed resistance.
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Economic Sanctions on North Korea Politics Case Study
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The North Korean Nuclear ambitions have their roots in the relationship which the People’s Republic shares with the United States of America. With the division of the Korean Peninsula, the Korean War saw tensions rising high with the US threatening to bomb both North Korea and China with Nuclear weapons.
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New Labour In The United Kingdom Politics Coursework
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The agenda of modernizing government also includes a commitment to regulate the process of policy formulation. New Labour believes that many areas of the public sector are not acquiescent to competitive markets. One clear example is the National Health Service, where the government is abolishing the internal market.
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The Significance of the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations Politics Assignment
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The provisions ratified by the majority of countries the world over bestow diplomatic agents immunity from criminal, civil, and administrative jurisdiction, exemptions from taxation and customs duties, freedom of mobility. The Vienna Convention also specified that the diplomatic premises are inviolable.  
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Has Government by States Given Way to Inter and Non-State Governance Politics Report
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At the same time Kelly (2000, 190) supports the view that ‘studying the state occupies a central place in historical sociology while traditional conceptualizations have tended to be an 'either-or' choice between Marxist or Weberian approaches; the differences between contemporary versions of these paradigms, however, seem greatly overstated.  
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Has Bush Pursued a Realist Foreign Policy Politics Assignment
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Bush’s ‘war on terror’ included an illegal, immoral invasion of a sovereign nation which expanded terrorist attacks, Al-Qaeda’s membership and is causing hatred of Western nations by the entire Middle Eastern region regardless of nationality or ideology. Of all words to describe Bush's foreign affairs policy, realistic would not be amongst them.   
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Securitisation and the International Relations Theory Politics Assignment
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It is worth mentioning, that I will regard different aspects of international security, among which are the questions of the recipients of the security, the ways in which it is provided and the norms according to which it is established. However, these questions do not exhaust the topic of securitisation.  
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Why Are International Boundaries So Frequently the Source of Conflict Between States Politics Term Paper
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Most of the border conflicts in recent times have been fuelled by the economic perspective of this political entity region.  For example, the border conflicts between Mexican and US have been cantered on the economic disparity of the two regions and the consequent migration of Mexicans to find economic fortunes in the US.  
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James Madison's 51st Federalist Paper Politics Term Paper
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Madison concluded that he gave the prior arguments as he is certain that those who will not pay attention to those "forecasters of gloominess" who state that the future government is unfeasible. For this founding father, it is hard to believe that these murky voices propose leaving the thought of uniting in strength the states still interest them.
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The Twin Pillars of the Canadian Political System Politics Assignment
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The author states that in order to fully understand Canada’s innovation with its political system, let us first describe the nature of the parliamentary form of government and that of federalism. Federalism is a form of government that is anchored on a constitutional distribution of power and usually has two chambers in its legislature.
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Problems in Australian Politics and How to Solve Them Politics Assignment
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In the report Corruption and Democracy in Australia, Barry Hindess claimed that the government of any party makes use of the public resources to address the issues concerning parties (McLennan, 2004).  Government advertising and tours of ministers before elections come under what has been termed by him as institutional corruption.  
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Syrias One-sided Democratic Elections Politics Term Paper
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The Municipal elections were conducted in August of 2007 and the candidated originated from a closed list provided by the National Progressive Front a party in partnership with the Ba’ath Party. Law 01/1971 permits all Syrians aged 18 or older to participate in the local elections with the exception of the military and police officers.
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Putins Foreign Policy Changes during His First Presidential Term Politics Dissertation
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Russian President Vladimir Putin's increasing power follows a long pattern of events dating back to the break-up of the Soviet Union. Putin's behavior is an outgrowth of the effects caused by Russia's slow and painful move towards a Western-style democracy and market economy in the last thirteen years.
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An Objective Argument that Justifies Globalization Politics Term Paper
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It describes the expansion and spread of interdependent production, technology and communication processes across the world. This spread the integration of cultural and economic processes across the globe with the aim of making the whole world a virtual village. This process has been developing and evolving for years. 
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Macro Economic Policies of the French and German Governments Politics Assignment
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The author reports that, should Nicolas Sarkozy, the conservative candidate win, there may be several reforms to the economy, including tax cuts and an increase in flexibility in the labor market. However, Sarkozy has also claimed that the government should “act as a strategist for key sectors of the economy.
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FP Iran V. Secretary of State for the Home Department Politics Assignment
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The author states that administrative law is a set of governing principles that form a part of public law that ensures the fair and reasonable implementation of the laws enacted by the Parliament The main principle of Administrative Law is that all actions on the part of the Government must be legal.
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Has Austria Abided by the Austrian State Treaty and Its Neutrality Policy on Bosnia and Its Entry to the EU Politics Term Paper
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When the EU set into motion the unification of the economies of the European countries, Austria decided to join the EU fearing that if they were excluded from the vast European market, they would lose economically. This decision to join the EU also brought in other instances, when it became clear that Austria had wavered from its neutrality stance. 
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Is The State as Actor Losing Its Primacy in International System Politics Term Paper
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Neoconservatism is a political movement that came up due to a rejection of liberalism. Fukuyama was essentially a proponent of neoconservatism. he later moved away from neoconservatism thinking it to be too militaristic in nature. He had previously pointed out Bush’s mistake about misjudging the Islamic power.
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The Salient Features of President Clintons Speech Politics Term Paper
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A well-known African American clergyman, James Forbes, senior minister of New York City's Riverside Church, said in a television interview following the address that it felt like a real holy moment. There was not a single false note. Here is a man who has been anointed by grace and awaits restoration, said Forbes.
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The Foreign Policy of the European Union Politics Term Paper
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All said and done, Europe knows it has touched gold with the formation of the EU and the strengths which it can play upon are something that provides one and all with the successful case scenarios that are discerned every now and then within the business world. The foreign, security and other policies manifest the very same idea.
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The Human Rights Act 1998 and Immigration Control Politics Term Paper
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There are a number of issues that must be taken into consideration and factored in. First of all, whether or not her asylum claim was valid. This is an extremely important question to ask at the outset because even in situations wherein an asylum-seeker has a child, the court has opted to allow the deportation of the asylum-seeker. 
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Theodore Roosevelt: The 1905 Transfer Act Politics Term Paper
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In addition to building political support at elite levels, Roosevelt also turned to the grassroots. He visited and rallied the support of settlers and common people. He took photographs with hunters and with fishermen. He gave speeches extolling the virtues of wildlife, of simple pleasures, and of the proximity of natural purity to national purity.
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