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The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation NATO

...In Afghanistan, NATO send more than one hundred thousand troops to help restore peace and the nation’s security forces. The NATO forces have also led to improved access to education, and health services in Afghanistan. In 1995 and 1996, NATO led multinational peace restoration activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This relieved the United Nation’s peacekeeping for UNPROFOR, which had previously deployed in 1992. About 60000 NATO troops were deployed in Bosnia to help r...

Touchstone anthology of contemporary creative nonfiction

...Generally, by comparing the two pieces of writing, I can conclude that they portray the same message but in a different manner and style because both stories focuses heavily on the conceit of war and violence in relation to the society. Harrison brings a clear perspective of the soldiers who were simply unexperienced youths, fighting ineffectively for meaningless ideals. Naomi Shihab brings a general explanation that blaming all Arabs for behavior of the few terrorists is ...

The West won the Cold War” Discuss

... As it turned out, the Cold War strategies by the USA led West convergedto finish off the Soviet Union. The covert actions, economic sanctions, military build-up and support of socio-political upheavals in Soviet controlled stateswere more than the Soviet Union could take. The Soviet Union’s ultimate surrender and loss of control in their earlier controlled sections such as arms and states such as Poland signified defeat. With the strategies, it had worked out as planned. The ...

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Best War Ever

...Teens were getting into trouble cutting school and joining gangs. It was hard for schools to maintain a strong education among the youth and so a decline in intellectual quality began in young Americans. Media also had a small part to play in this lack of education. Mass entertainment was trying to win over the youth through T.V. and movies and because of this the armed services saw that students in this generation weren’t as prepared as generations before them, they lacked skills learned in h...

SOUTH KOREA GLOBALIZATION IMPACT

...Bell, N. (November 1, 2011). Data Sources: International Comparisons of Educational Attainment. Council of Graduate Schools. Retrieved from: http://www.cgsnet.org/data-sources-international-comparisons-educational-attainment Brian, M. (August 21, 2012) Impressive: Nearly Two-Thirds of South Koreans Now Own a Smartphone. The Next Web. Retrieved from: http://thenextweb.com/asia/2012/08/21/impressive-nearly-two-thirds-south-koreans-now-smartphone/ Cooper, J. (September 1, 2012). South Korea's Shift...

DBQ- minorities in world war II

...NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the statutes, and as a prerequisite to the successful conduct of our national defense production effort, I do hereby reaffirm the policy of the United States that there shall be no discrimination in the employment of workers in defense industries or government because of race, creed, color, or national origin, and I do hereby declare that it is the duty of employers and of labor organizations, in furtherance of said ...

Lord of the Flies (Men are inherently evil)

...Despite being first published fifty years ago, Lord of the Flies is still studied and read to this day as it shows that it is brutality of the second world war. Golding subtly passes through his message that what happened in Germany could occur anywhere and that sometimes, it is necessary to be evil. Throughout the novel, we see the lengths some of them, in particular Jack, go to for survival. We are shown that it is necessary to pursue evil acts in ‘life or death’ situations and that it is ...

World Dangers

...In conclusion, these are just some of the dangers that we face, and they prove that this world is an increasingly dangerous place. We don’t know when misfortune may befall us so we have to be cautious all the time. With the increase in nuclear weaponry, natural disasters and resource depletion we are spiraling into a dangerous state. The decline in general health standards and fast passed living riddled with increased crime and corruption are concerning factors. All these things I have indicat...

Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet

...Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet did a good job at alternating between telling the story at adolescent Henry's war years with his later life in 1986. The author manages to tell the story of the Japanese evacuation, of the struggles between generations in immigrant families, and of the friendship that later turned into love between Henry and Keiko. This book also tells an important story, that of the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II and it was heartbreaking to watch Kei...

Causes and Consequences of Hitler becoming Fuhrer

...Hitler taking power had negative consequences on the whole world, due to his changes in foreign policy. Hitler’s changes to foreign policy were geared towards destroying the ‘diktat’ Treaty of Versailles. He achieved this by re-occupying the Rhineland, re-arming and achieving Anchluss with Germany’s traditional ally- Austria in 1938. His changes also revolved around the concept of “Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuhrer” which encompasses the idea of one people, one nation and one leader. H...

Philips vs. Matsushita: A New Century, a New Round

...As Philips success initially was in developing new products, though they were not able to successfully introduce them in the markets, this is an area they should exploit further. Also in this area they have capabilities that competitors do not possess. They need a better relationship and coherence between the NOs, PDs and the head quarter to be able to successfully introduce new technologies and products to the market. Also they need to make the whole company adopt the product and not just parts...

Much Ado About Nothing - Theme of Deception

...Deception plays a huge role in the plot of Much Ado About Nothing, from the major dramas of Don John and Claudio’s love to the duping that led to the bringing together of Benedick and Beatrice. Although to many deceit has a negative connotation, in the play it all depends on the intentions of the trickers. The characters that misled Benedick and Beatrice, manipulating their arrogance and personality meant only to spread love and entertainment, which it certainly did – so that sort of decepti...

Kenya DBQ

...The education of Africans was provided, even though it was not compulsory, with 3,442 schools (Doc 10). In total, there were 395,000 students that attended these schools (doc 10). And within 50 years there was a substantial amount of growth in both Railroad and Road networks throughout Kenya (Doc 11). The cause for the majority of economically growth came from all the raw materials and cash crops that were being sold and produced for Britain. Politically, there were differences amongst both the ...

Treaty of Versailles essay

...Money had to be spent on making weapons, supplying the army with what they needed, rations etc. This caused life in Germany to be very hard for civilians, food and other essentials were limited. To conclude I believe that the Treaty of Versailles was only to blame for the economic instabilities Germany faced between the years 1919 to 1923. This is because the large reparations term of treaty which Germany had to pay. Reparations ruined the German economy and having 92 years with £59million to ...

McCarthyism and the Red Scare

...The last major reason why all this was not justified is because they interrogated hundreds and thousands of innocent people who didn't even believe that communism should exist in our country. Refusal to cooperate with the HUAAC could ruin careers. If a witness refused to testify about past political associations, relying on the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the witness would be cited for contempt of Congress. The government would then prosecute the witness for criminal contempt of Co...

The origins of public health in the UK from the 19th Century to the present day

...Also, due to research in 1957, we found out that smoking cigarettes is a huge contributor to cancer. Because of this, the smoking percentages since 1974 to 2012 has dropped by 29% in men and 22% in women. (http://ash.org.uk/files/documents/ASH_106.pdf, ASH Fact Sheet) A comparison between England in the 1900's and England now is that even though the UK is the seventh richest country in the world, in 2012 it was measured that 1 in 6 (5.6 million, 17%) adults in the UK are living in poverty. Durin...

?Better to be Feared or Loved?

...Being feared can cause a mass of destruction, but being loved by people can cause a more healthy relationship between others and the society. In conclusion, people who are loved are more valued than being feared. Whether people are of a high authority or just a common citizen, it is better for people to be loved than feared. Having hatred towards others or yourself will only cause loneliness and heartache. For example, Adolf Hitler, the dictator of Nazi Germany during World War II, may have had ...

Rhetorical device Project on Pearl Harbor Address to the Nation

...Roosevelt’s tone was very calm yet very powerful as it is shown in Fig. 1, when he is presenting his speech to Congress and the nation. As a result of Roosevelt’s capability to address two audiences at once and to deliver the speech with an appropriate and effective tone the speech was very successful. He successfully informed the audience about what happened without causing confusing in neither of them. He used the appropriate language to address both the Congress and the nation. Roosevelt ...

Cold War: Question and Answers

...In conclusion, the Cold War began because fear of the spread of communism that the United States and West Europe had hated. This prevented chances of negotiations and friendly approach in diplomacy and foreign policy. Another reason on how the Cold War began was grouping of world nations in rival alliances such as NATO and the Warsaw Pact members. The Warsaw Pact members were German Democratic Republic, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria and the Soviet Union as shown in...

Anne Frank Reaction paper

...The events that Anne frank describes in her diary are very important. The passages in her diary portray discrimination in its purest form. The diary shows the prejudice and discrimination that millions of Jews underwent. It shows to the rest of the world how people can act. It is eye opening to how people treat others in today’s society, but most importantly it gives us insight to ourselves and how we have been treating others. It shows how one person’s beliefs can be passed on to an entire ...

Summary of Churchill's Iron Curtain speech and Stalin's election Speech

...The difference in that Stalin uses his way of speech as a command while Churchill uses his as more of a suggestion. They both address foreign policies of their countries and discuss war. Neither likes the results of war, but Stalin takes a more ignorant stance against it while Churchill is completely against war. Both speeches had dramatic effects on the foreign policies of the nations they were given in. Winston Churchill ‘s speech led to the United States further emphasis on the containment...

Winston Churchill: An Inspiration

..."Churchill - A Biography of Winston Churchill." About.com 20th Century History. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2014. . "Essay on Winston Churchill's 'We Shall Fight on the Beaches' Speech." The New Earth Works : Essay on Churchill's 'We Shall Fight on the Beaches' Speech (For EPGY English Course): December 2011. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2014. . "We Shall Fight on the Beaches." We Shall Fight on the Beaches. N.p., n.d. Web. 16 Apr. 2014. . ""We Shall Fight Them on the Beaches!" A Speech Analysis of Winst...

An Analysis of A People's History of the United States by Howard Zinn

... "The 2000 Election and the 'War On Terrorism'", covers the 2000 presidential election and the War on Terrorism. Zinn argues that attacks on the U.S. by Arabterrorists (such as the September 11, 2001 attacks) are not caused by a hatred for our freedom (as claimed by President George W. Bush), but by grievances with U.S. foreign policies such as "stationing of U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia... sanctions against Iraq which... had resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of children; the conti...

Annexation of Hawaii

...American racism also rallied against acquiring "yellow-skinned" America's desire to extend its economic influence to the Far East through opening up trade with China led to yet another diplomatic confrontation. By 1900 China had succumbed to European imperialism in the form of spheres of influence each of the major European powers and Japan had established. Concerned that this would lead to those powers excluding the U.S. from the China trade the U.S. sent a round-robin diplomatic note to all of...

Is democracy the best form of governance?

...Today's fully functional democratic countries include Spain, Portugal, Greece, etc which were once ruled by dictators and only turned into democracies after homegrown movements and the politically instable countries include Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, etc where democracy was imposed. Thus, we can see that imposing democracy has led to nothing but disruption in the long term. Imposing democracy has caused more disruption than peace. 'The white man's burden' as the movement is most popularly referre...

Prose Appreciation "The Fly" By Katherine Mansfield

...The photo, while not mentioned as much, represents the innocence the young men had, and then lost in their first year of war. The things they had to do and see robbed them of the boyish innocence they went in with. “The expression was unnatural. It was cold, even stern-looking.” They all were changed by the horrendous happenings that they had to bear witness too. Overall this story sends out a message that everyone has their own way to grieve and everyone will spend different amounts of time...

On keeping a Notebook by Joan Didion

...I know and remember the phrase “Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it” and those are words to live by. But for society in general I believe that it should be written down and it is and it is called history. I don’t know who the author is but he or she has been writing it down since man first invented the wheel or a little bit after it, because we have no idea who invented the wheel. But if we remember the past we hope we won’t repeat it, or we will repeat the black plaque, th...

New Historicism: The Wasteland

...Eliot’s The Waste Land offers the reader a close depiction of the social turmoil that the European continent was in following the horrific World War I. Moreover, this poem, in many senses, is a reflection of personal emotions, and as a spiritual quest pertaining to Christian tenets. Any individual would conclude that after experiencing or witnessing horrific war events, a person of any caliber would be experiencing many emotions such as depression, anger, frustration, and fear, to name a few. ...

Graduation speeches

...As I begin, I have to say, I think the best speeches are those that have a great beginning, a memorable end, and not much in between. I will try then to make a great speech. Today is one of those great occasions when we get to celebrate our young people – their achievements, their perseverance and their successes as they grow up. It’s one of the times you can take a break and reflect, feeling good as a parent or a mentor, knowing that the kids you care about are doing just fine and they’re...

Womens Role in WW1

...Women undoubtedly showed their strength and ability to do anything a man can do throughout the war. Women in WW1 took over the jobs of men, volunteered by sewing and knitting for the men at war, campaigned in the streets, all while raising a family alone. Many women even took part in the war as nurses, staff drivers, ambulance drivers etc. Women taking over men’s jobs fueled a major social change in society, their hard work did not go unnoticed and by 1919 all women over 21 had the right to vo...

Duck and Cover

...Comparing the threat nuclear war to the threat of terrorism today is different in many was in that terrorism has many different faces. Today’s terrorism comes not only from other countries but also comes from within the U.S. from some of our own people. Like the students of World War II, the students of today are still being taught to duck and cover, not for the fear of a boom but for the fear of a fellow student are someone with a cause, coming into the class and shooting it up. Technology ha...

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak

...“Her feet heavier than they had ever been before, heart swelling in her chest, she stepped onto the road.” Zusak uses this act to show that sometimes the pull of love is far stronger than the fear of any punishment. The second event is when after the war, Liesel is working in a shop and a man comes in looking for her. She comes out and sees Max and in the words of Death “They both fell to the floor, and hugged and cried.” Through the narration of Death, Zusak shows us that Max somehow m...

Samuel P. Huntington's Clash of Civilizations

...These influences allow an insight to better understand a threat. There is a difference between understanding and accepting a culture or religion. No individual or group has to accept the culture or religion; however, one has to understand in order for success. For Special Forces Officers and NCOs, this understanding is a requirement. The United States and China have an economic potential for macro lever conflict. On the other hand the United States and North Korea have a military potential for m...

Cultural Diffusion, Space-Time Compression and the Limitations on Spatial Interaction

...In turn, this “lewdness” has led members of society with different sexual orientations to look at the gay community as a negative aspect of modern humanity, impeding spatial interaction between the two. One final concept embedded in the two articles is space-time compression, which is the reduction in the time it takes to diffuse something to a distant place as a result of improved communications and transportation systems. Due to the advancements in transportation, the soldiers of World War...

My Reaction Paper About the Movie: the King's Speech

...That's why we see many kids who overcome problems in childhood, like dyslexia, A.D.H.D., anxiety disorders, go on to accomplish extraordinary things. They have developed a tremendous courage. These are the things that inspire us in "The King's Speech" and in the other people that have the same problems that we want to help. We know that Bertie is a better man and deserving king than his brother. And we know that every person, even a child or an adolescent who struggles to overcome obstacles othe...

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Why the Cold War never became hot

...- http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/detente.htm [accessed 6/10/09] - http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/yom_kippur_war_of_1973.htm [accessed 19/10/09] This is an educational website that has clear and reliable information on the United Nations a ...

Why did the US enter WW1

...World War l was avoided by the United States because they did not want to pick sides and spend money but when benefits were being shown and encouragement was given it was unavoidable. America’s late entry caused them to have no destruction to their ...

?The Geography of the Cold War: What Was Containment?

...The Soviets had suffered terribly in World War II, losing more than 27,000,000 soldiers and civilians. Stalin was determined that Germany would never be able to strike Russia again. To protect Russia, Stalin wanted a buffer zone in Eastern Europe. It ...

Why Japan attack Pearl Harbor

...On the morning of December 7, 1941, the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor began. At 6:00 a.m., the Japanese aircraft carriers began launching their planes amid rough sea. In total, 183 Japanese aircraft took to the air as part of the first wave of the ...

How does Priestley present the theme of responsibility in "An Inspector Calls"

...Priestley intentionally exaggerates this character to corroborate his own political agenda. Birling’s thoughts towards socialist ideologies about the significance of community is ‘nonsense’ and that “a man has to make his own way”. This ind ...

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