Prime Minister Essay Topics

Is the Prime Minister Too Powerful

In this essay, I will demonstrate that the Prime Minister is powerful and can cause many potential dangers by analyzing different elements inside and outside of our government over the period of different Prime Ministers throughout the Canadian political history. In theory, the Parliament is the most important institution in the Canadian government and all… View Article

Tony Blair

The extract from Tony Blair’s political speech on terrorism at the Labour Party conference was published on “The Guardian” on the 2nd of October 2001. “The Guardian” is a British Internet newspaper owned by the Guardian Media Group. “The Guardian” identifies with center-left liberalism and its readership supports typically left in British politics. Tony Blair… View Article

Truth and Telling the Truth

Before beginning my study of this elective I held a very simple black and white view regarding ‘Truth’ and ‘Telling the Truth’. I believed that there was a right a wrong to every situation and that the information and news the media presented was mainly correct and true. Through the studying of this elective I… View Article

Prime Minister or President: A Comparison

Comparing the two modes of executive leadership in the form of the Prime Minister and the President is quite a daunting task. It might take countless numbers of pages to be able to catch the true essence of the two modes of leadership in its various forms throughout the world. In the article The Grass… View Article

Gordon Brown Is Not An Able British Prime Minister

The British history has been famous for its efficient governance, and developmental policies of the government. Both the Conservative and the Labour Parties have contributed to the economic prosperity of the country through enlightening vision, strategic planning, and effective implementation of its policies. During the past centuries, Great Britain has provided one of the best… View Article