It remains unquestionable in International Relations that international, national, local, and domestic institutions fosters cooperation among states, individuals and groups, and enhances stability hence a peaceful environment. In this work, notwithstanding researcher set to explore the challenges faced by NGOs toward poverty alleviation. To actualize this objective, researcher hereby identify thematic areas that shall be explore in highlighting the various forms of NGO works as it is their work...
Position paper for United Nations General Assembly Second Committee. The topics before General Assembly Second Committee are: Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for Development, Promoting Low-Carbon Economic Growth in the Developing World, Protecting Developing Countries during the Current Financial Crisis. Republic of Moldova is firmly convinced that further improvements in the ICT field as well as in the clean energy sector can be the guide lines to attain a sustainable...
'It is open and clear that the ultimate aim of our movement is to contribute towards the attainment of glorious communism by ending all forms of exploitation of man by man from the face of the earth … The idea behind the concept of a New Soviet Federation at the South Asian level, as advanced by our party's second National Conference is the strategic objective of providing proletarian leadership to the national liberation aspirations of the peoples of this region'. [] - Communist...
Political ideas are critical to politics. They may form ideologies which are deeply held beliefs about the good life, and the relationship between citizens and the state. They are applicable to domestic and international politics and in this report we will look at a comparative analysis of the Cold War to help us comprehend what the Cold War tells us about the importance of political ideas. We will consider the Cold War as a struggle manifested in The Cold War was a clash of ideas about how...
Development is concerned with improving the well-being of people. Raising living standards and improving education, health and equality of opportunity are among the essential components of economic development goal. Insuring political and civil rights is a broader development goal. Economic growth is an essential means for enhancing development, but in itself is highly imperfect proxy for progress. There have been divergent views on what constitutes development but increasingly there appears to...
Like the rest of the world, Russia is in an economic crisis; during this crisis the Kremlin is "tightening their belts" and in a time of uncertainty is edging away from democracy and toward, it seems, Fascism. Due to the current state of the Russian economy the Kremlin wants to maintain stability in Russia and it feels that restricting human rights will give them the control they need to make sure Russia lands feet first when the dust settles in this economic whirlwind of a time....
There are many different organizations, both public and private, that are in need of change. Change is a funny thing: either you are for change, or against it, but it still happens. Reasons to change are varied, as well as the results. One always hope that the results are positive, but sometimes they are not. For the purposes of our analysis, we are going to analyze and suggest various changes to a unique organization: Congress. While somewhat political in nature, this topic is actually an...
Over the last few decades, there has been a rapid explosion of public participation all over the world. Whether the term is called 'public participation', 'political participation' 'indigenous peoples' rights ', 'citizen involvement' or other similar tag- the idea that the local people/citizens should participation in decisions which affect the communities in which they live and work in is prevalent. []  Although the popularity of public participation is a recent phenomenon, the...
"The term failed state is often used to describe a state perceived as having failed at some of the basic conditions and responsibilities of a sovereign government. In order to make this definition more precise, the following attributes, are often used to characterize a failed state: loss of physical control of its territory, or of the monopoly on the legitimate use of physical force therein, erosion of legitimate authority to make collective decisions, an inability to provide...
In a country where the Catholic Church's position is taken as a major factor in policy decision making, population control legislation has progressed ever so slowly. Progress that managed to be made, suffer from public acceptance and its proponents in government widely seen as practically committing political suicide. But there is a silent majority that sees the myriad of problems that this unabated rise in population brings: poverty, unemployment, lack of education, crime - realities they...