Foreign Essay Topics

Foreign minister

According to a former French foreign minister, America’s power lies in its ability to “inspire dreams and desires” due to its eternal presence in media all around the world. In an interconnected world, there is no doubt that the America more than country has acquired status of an empire, turning the world towards American ways…. View Article

American Foreign Policy 1890-1918

The diverse anticipations on the ability of the foreign policy to shape the nation’s governmental status has long been an issue by which diplomats and democrats has characterized as a move towards connection and collaboration with other adjacent states as well as with the pride on obtaining “dominance” if taken in a larger perspective. Consequently,… View Article

Foreign aid

Foreign aid is the voluntary transfer of resources from one country to another given at least partly with the objective of benefiting the receipt country. It defines the financial flows, technical support or assistant, commodities that are declined to promote economic development and welfare as the main objectives. Culture of dependency is the way that… View Article

Domestic or Foreign Policy Issue

The political system of the United States has it that the three branches of government are independent and co-equal. In all policy issues, both domestic and foreign, the Legislature, the Executive and the Judiciary function separately but in support of the other two. In the War on Terror of the United States of America the… View Article

United States Foreign Policy

Ideologies have shaped the way that countries have dealt with each other. In history, the relationship of the United States with Russia has been exemplified by the discourse of democracy against communism. The war against Afghanistan and Iraq is also a manifestation of the reaction of the United States against the ideologies espoused by these… View Article

Teaching Writing to Young Learners

1. Introduction: Language is the salient way of expressing our thoughts. We use language for planning our lives and exchanging our ideas. Globalization has given rise to English as a global language and learnin g it has become inevitable to communicate with the world. In many co untries including Bangladesh, English is the second language… View Article