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To properly analyze the impact demographic trends will have in both the United States and Canada, taking into account their domestic political agenda and foreign policy it is important to underline the differences these two countries have pursued in migration laws, because although between 2000 and 2010 the United States gained 8.0 million immigrants and Canada 1.6 million (U.N Department of Economic and Social Affairs, 2009) the educational and socio-economical background of those immigrants...
Biodiversity is the "measure of the heterogeneity and complexity of relations among organisms and species in a fixed area" (Peritore, 1999), it is a natural factor that can be different in each country or state around the globe, but it is equally important for all those, since, the diversity of natural life enriches the quality of lives of people. Diversity provides diversity in the production of goods that countries can offer each others, besides, humans are dependents on the Earth's...
In this study, an attempt has been made to identify the important problems, which have been responsible for national disharmony and have negative impacts on the society. While carrying out my research, I read lot of books and articles on 'National Integration', and found that this issue has not been looked into by academicians and researchers, wholesomely. One finds very few books by Pakistani writers on the subject in which they have tried to focus selectively on one or two issues and ignored...
"If the countries of Central Europe can be likened to students preparing to graduate into the European Union, Hungary would be the model student, and the Czech Republic would be the one with great potential but poor attitude. Slovakia is the one that puzzles the teacher." (Nieuwsma, 1999) Slovakia is an interestingly unique case in terms of the European Union's enlargement history, given its status as the only Central and Eastern European country to be denied the ability to begin...
Relief, recovery, and reform. These were the three main points in Franklin Delano Roosevelt's approach to getting America back on its feet, when he was inaugurated in 1933. In the midst of the worst recession God's own country had ever seen, here was a man who finally cared, and a man who wanted to do something about the problems that America had faced for some years now. Unlike the president before him, Herbert Hoover, who blamed foreign countries for America's hardship and who wanted to see...
The September 11 attacks shocked the United States of America, as well as the whole World. It was the terrorist incident with a highest dead toll ever recorded in the history (wikipedia.com)(1), For the first time since the naval assault on Pearl Harbour by the Japan Empire, the U.S.A. found themselves vulnerable in their own ground. The attacks claimed 2976 souls, included 19 terrorists. The attacks were very bold because it also targets the hearts of America: the White House (or the Capitol...
Those nations who are caught unprepared for the coming war will find when war breaks out, not only that it is too late for them to get ready for it, but that they cannot even get the drift of it. Douhet 1983. Just like Douhet, who advocated for continuities in our search for the next leaps in technology, we must continue to pursue technological improvements so that our future warfare strategies and tactics will be better than our previous campaigns. Indeed, air power took a quantum leap in...
Diplomacy is a serious political behavior that represents the will of the national sovereignty, among lots of the actors who implement diplomatic behavior on behalf of the national sovereignty, political leaders play the most important role and have the widest influence (Kejin Zhao, 2007). The word summit was first introduced in the diplomatic field by the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in the 1950s. It is the unique diplomatic style performed by political leaders directly or...
Interest in federal ideas has increased in the last decades. Numerous political occurrences all over the world have attracted both politicians and theorists of political science to federal solutions. Their heightened interest in the topic has led to a considerable and still growing number of works on it, raising awareness to the advantages and disadvantages of federal systems compared to other ways of organizing political relations. Research has also focused on the many forms of federalism and...
This essay will prove that the United States Obama Strategy will not be completely successful in Afghanistan due to several key reasons. The Obama Strategy while covering most points adequately it does miss out on some other important points, and it does in fact lack adequate support from international governments and the public, because of this situation this strategy may not prove to be as successful overall. This will be proven by covering 6 important points in the Afghanistan strategy, How...