Presidential Vs. Parliamentary Systems The article titled “The Perils of Presidentialism” by Linz Juan fits the topic of this essay. I will this reading material as the basis for evaluating the best system of governance.  Indeed, a government represents a set of machinery and agencies that supports political authority. Additionally, it is a system and
Social Effects of the World Bank and IMF on Kenya No country, particularly in Africa, has been able to achieve development out of its resources. Many countries, particularly African nations continually have budgetary deficits, most of which borrowing both locally and internationally, donor funding and grants help to plug. Kenya is not an exception to
Assignment 3 Accountability and World Politics Accountability is a broad term referring to how government decisions and policies align with strategic objectives. The decisions made by a government are subjected to oversight to ensure that they directly map to the needs of the people. Such accountability is important because it directly contributes to good governance
Media Coverage Media sources play a critical of enlightening the public on emerging issues. However, the media sources have been known for reporting the same event differently because of their inclination towards particular ideologies. As the way information is presented is likely to influence public opinion differently. Hence, the trend has an impact on public
Candidate Position Paper: Joe Biden and John Delaney on Abortion The upcoming 2020 election in the U.S. features many candidates with widely varying views and perspectives concerning different issues of public policy. One of these issues is abortion, which continues to be a controversial topic owing to the implications of induced abortion on the rights
Factors Involved in Pencil Making Pencils are ubiquitously used as writing tools. Discovered in the late 1400s, pencils are the oldest writing tools still in existence today. Pencils are made from wood and graphite and the process of pencil making has been refined for years. Currently, the pencil-making process in America is mechanized with pencil
United States military troops have in the past intervened in foreign countries. The United States has one of the most equipped and well-trained armies in the world and its presence in some of the regions such as Iraq and Lebanon can be deemed as the United States trying to assert its power in these regions.
Policy Memo: Housing Problem in Florida Florida is known as America’s destination for tourism and vacation. However, this is gradually changing because of the housing crisis that has hit the coastal state in recent years. According to reports, in 2019, Florida’s affordable housing was ranked 15th among the most expensive states by the “state housing
Corporate Subsidy Most domestic companies often receive government support in form of subsidies such as grants, tax breaks, which often arise from the taxpayer money.   The government gives several types of subsidies, such as export, production, employment, tax, transport subsidies. While these forms of assistance are valued for their overall effects on business productivity,  production
Corporate Subsidy Most domestic companies often receive government support in form of subsidies such as grants, tax breaks, which often arise from the taxpayer money.   The government gives several types of subsidies, such as export, production, employment, tax, transport subsidies. While these forms of assistance are valued for their overall effects on business productivity,  production
Interest Groups and Social Media The emergence and growth of interest groups in the socio-political scene is a huge game changer and very evident. The supremacy and monopolistic nature of political parties are being challenged by interest groups. Per Dür (2019), an interest group is an organization that seeks to try and sway public opinion.
Book Review: Gaza in Crisis: Reflections on Israel’s War against the Palestinians             The book is authored by Pappe Ilan, and Noam Chomsky and the book was first published in 2010. The main theme of this book is power and warfare between Israel and Palestine and the fallout. Noam is a prominent and well-known American
Sport-War Nexus and Its Effects Traditionally, the majority of people only view sports from the perspective of recreation. However, the sports domain has come under scrutiny with many scholars and philosophers investigating the intricate ways sports shape and define society. for example, researchers are investigating the influence of the sport-war nexus on contemporary political and
Chapter 6: Repersonalization Chapter six, Repersonalization, in the book Mass Ritual Religious and Intergroup Tolerance presents the Muslim pilgrimage paradox in explaining repersonalization process – “to achieve unity, one must embrace diversity and to embrace diversity, one must consider unity.” Foremost, the authors begin the chapter by differentiating depersonalization and repersonalization. Repersonalization is the process when a
INTERPOL When individuals commit crimes from different countries, tracing them can be a challenge since most countries do not have direct access to other nations’ population databases. Technological advances, especially in the finance sector, have contributed to increased crime levels. Cybercrimes involving the embezzlement of millions of dollars have been conducted online and continue to
The Response of Texas State Government to the COVID-19 Crisis How the Outbreak of COVID-19 Began The Coronavirus crisis is an ongoing global pandemic caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-Cov-2). The outbreak of the disease is believed to have begun in Wuhan, Hubei province of China, in December 2019. The scientific cause
Trust in the United States Government Trust is essential for a government to improve citizens’ lives, as well as in enhancing diplomatic relations. The U.S. government enhances public trust through an inclusive policy-making process involving major stakeholders of the country’s economy. Likewise, by communicating accurate information regarding the economy and governance to the public, the
Feminism and Globalization in International Relations Feminist Approach The feminist theory is part of the critical school of thought that seeks to expand the domain of international relations. Feminism is a contested concept in the field of internal relations, global security, and gender studies, and it advocates for the interests of the feminine gender that
Democratization: Who Benefits? Introduction The Arab Spring that swept across parts of Asia and Northern Africa is the most recent widespread agitation for democracy witnessed by the world. The global political map had a different outlook before the outbreak of the Arab Spring, which had its genesis in Tunisia and spread across the region leading
Positive Peace Peace is an essential economic indicator. However, peace can neither be measured qualitatively nor quantitatively; hence, domains such as safety and security, ongoing conflict, and militarization, are used to determine the global peace index (GPI) score of a country. Peace is classified as either positive or negative. Positive peace refers to the creation
Executive Summary The traditional forms of economy and commerce have evolved into the contemporary knowledge-based economy and digital trade. Digital trade, backed up by proper statutory mechanisms and structures, has picked up quite well in the developed world compared to most developing nations. The slow adoption of digital trade and its facets in the developing
Administrative Law Question 1 The case has several issues. foremost, the notice issued to Irene for her hearing is inadequate. Despite providing a reasonable timeframe for the hearing, the necessary notice addressing the actual legal matter requiring address is omitted, thus denying the client adequate information to prepare properly for the hearing. Secondly, because the
Abortion as a Policy Issue Title: Poor access to abortion services within the Canadian Federal Executive summary Although Canada has legalized abortion, it is not easily accessible to all. Today, this topic has caused great controversy throughout the country, prompting both individuals and politicians to side either pro-choice or pro-life. The absence of federal abortion
Political Socialization Political socialization begins early in childhood and undoubtedly continues to advance over a person’s life. The development of political self begins showing when children realize they belong to particular cities in the United States that eventually accord them identities as Americans (Dinas 834). Healy and Malhotra opine that the awareness of politics is
TO: FROM: DATE: 23rd July 2020. SUBJECT: Illegal Immigrants in America Immigration is a policy issue that dominates contemporary political discourse in America. Various Americans hold divergent opinions on how illegal immigrants in the nation should be treated. Jose Antonio Vargas, an immigration rights activist, in a TEDx Talk show in 2012, weighed down on
Turkish Invasion of Northern Syria The ongoing Syrian Civil War has not only been aggravated by the country’s government but foreign states too, including Turkey. The Turkish military conducted an offensive operation across its border in Syria, an attack that resulted in deaths, injuries, and displacement of thousands of people. While Turkey’s invasion in the
Western Asylum Systems and Domestic Immigration Asylum is an internationally recognized human right that allows individuals persecuted by their nations to enjoy protection from other sovereign states. Asylum is a universal human right that is enshrined in several international legal conventions, such as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and Convention Relating to the
Yellow Fever Vaccination Yellow fever is a viral infection transmitted by infected mosquitoes and is preventable through vaccination. Though eradicated in numerous parts of the world through active vaccination, yellow fever remains a significant health challenge in developing nations, particularly in Africa and Asia. Yellow fever vaccine, YF-Vax, has been used successfully for more than
Agenda Setting Agenda setting is a process by which problems and alternative solutions gain public and elite attention. Agenda setting is influenced by numerous stakeholders. The government is one of these, and the agenda-setting role is difficult and influenced by various factors It may be a difficult task for the government to set an agenda
Political Socialization Political socialization is enhanced by the complex happenings around us. The process of political socialization begins when a person is young and advances throughout the person’s life (Healy & Malhotra, 2013).  Importantly, political socialization begins displaying as toddlers begin to realize that they belong to particular towns and cities in the United States.
Democratization in India And the United Kingdom: Binary Comparison India and the U.K., though located on opposite sides of the global North-South divide, have closely linked socioeconomic, historical, and political ties. The close political relations between India and the U.K. can be traced back to the 125 years of British colonial rule over the Asian
Anti-racial Movements Introduction Racism is the unequal treatment of persons based on race or skin color and ethnicity. Paradies (2005) elaborates that racism operates by widening the power differential gaps either by suppressing the minority races to be subordinate or by advantaging the dominant racial group.  For instance, the infamous Apartheid Rule in South Africa
The Allegory of the Doctor and Pastry Chef Unlike most people who are in favor of democracy, Socrates hated democracy. Socrates saw democracy as a failure. According to him, voting is a skill that people ought to learn before they can exercise it. In Socrates’ opinion, allowing just anyone to vote is irresponsible (The School
Sugar-Sweetened Beverages as The New Tobacco Introduction There has been an influx in the number of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) in the market. The main concern regarding the growth of this industry is the effects of SSB on people’s health. Consumption of SSB increases people’s caloric intake thereby predisposing them to obesity. Hence, implementing a tax
Challenges to American Democracy Introduction America is highly considered a land full of opportunities. It is the only country in the world where people perceive that democracy is real, and where equality is pretty emphasized. Trust is extremely crucial in an individual’s life while empathy assists in understanding what other people are feeling. Civil engagement
Supplemental Security Income Supplementary security income (SSI) is a program run by social security that pays monthly checks to people with limited income and resources. The people are usually aged 65 years and above, blind or disabled. Blind or disabled children, as well as adults, can get SSI. Under SSI, a child is defined as
General Colin Powell for President Introduction General Colin Powell is a retired general in the US Army and a US statesman. He also served as a US Secretary of State between 2001 and 2005. This was under George W. Bush, the former US President (Powell, 2012). This presentation is on why General Colin Powell should
Government Involvement There have been many debates regarding the role of the government towards social and economic welfare. On one side, it is argued that the government should not take part in social activities since it leads to debts that do not always promise direct individual benefits. However, liberals believe that the government plays a
Position paper for the Model United Nations The issues before the models of United Nations: El Salvador views on weapons of mass destruction and what it has done to try to prevent it, the relationship between disbarment and development, and how the country is trying to prevent an arms race in outer space. Measures to
The President of the United States is considered the most powerful political leader in the world, as the office bearer has the ability to work with Congress to declare war on countries deemed to be engaging in terrorist acts and nuclear weapons that threaten global peace. In some instances, however, Presidents have made their own
Social Identity and Terrorist Political Violence Introduction Despite the many attempts by social scientists to explain the motivation behind terrorist violence, no single explanation is universally accepted. While some believe that economic interests drive terrorist acts, others argue that terrorism is a psychological phenomenon. This essay argues that political violence is rooted in psychological aspects
Hope and promise of Democracy Studies show that, as a low-ranking United States legislator emanating from Illinois, Obama got an uplifting force or propelling power that thrust him to the nationwide eminence at the democratic concord of 2004. This occurred at a time when he conveyed an inspiring crucial discourse, “The Audacity of Hope,” which
Design of Democracy Journal entry: Summary for Book I, II, and III Leviathan is a book written by Thomas Hobbes. It shows the basic arrangement of a societal contract conjecture from a political viewpoint. Hobbes’ work has remained the framework on which other political thinkers have outlined the social contract theories. Hobbes’ work comprises the
Established in 2006 by Carnegie Endowment, Carnegie Middle East Centre is an open scrutiny policy center located in Lebanon and Beirut for international peace purposes. Championed by Paul Salem as the director, it tackles some of the difficulties experienced in economic and political development and transforms the Arab Middle East to bring out a better
Democracy and Materialism Some of the civic virtues of democracy, such as its acquisitive foundation, can lead to materialism in society. The basic function of democracy as the guarantor of individual possession for each member of the society provides a strong foundation that leads to materialism. The protection of private property in democratic states acts
Human Rights Law Human rights laws were established by the core legal aspects based on international legislation. This indicates that the human rights laws were based on international treaties signed by different states across the world. They gave basics for civil, economic, and social rights of the citizens. Concerning the World Bank, the viewpoint of
Introduction Cases of inequality and discrimination have been on the increase in society. The main factors associated with discrimination and inequalities in society are gender, sexual orientation, religion, race, ethnicity, and even economic class[1]. For example, most African societies tend to segregate women as they consider them less important, thus do not involve them in
The Rentier State Theory and Saudi Arabia Political Economy Introduction The theory of rentier state as used in political science describes those countries and states that majorly rely on their resources as the main source of national revenue. These nations are in a position of transforming a large part of their national resource into income
Same-Sex Marriage In California Under Proposition 8 (2008) Introduction Same-sex marriage is an issue that triggered a lot of debate in contemporary society. The debate has appeared in several dialogues, to the point of being subjected to referendums to decide on the people’s wish on the topic. In California, Proposition 8, commonly known as prop
Introduction Financial crises and economic recessions are common historic events across global nations. They are part of the financial history in relation to global economic strengths and powers. The United States is seen as being central in the financial crisis. After the Soviet Union collapsed and Communism failed, the United States was confident economic liberalization
ISIS is not a terrorist group This is an article written by Audrey Kurth Cronin as he tries to explain the objectives of ISIS and the reason why the measures that are being taken by the United States of America will never put an end to the current Jihadist threat in America. After the events
Globalization Summary and critique of articles Part 1 of the book debates about globalization, and it consists of articles 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, which give various opinions regarding the concept of globalization. A common perspective among the articles is that they underscore the benefits as well as drawbacks of globalization, especially after the
Same-sex Marriage Same-sex marriage is lawfully accepted in a number of states in the United States. There are also jurisdictions that issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. However, there are some states that are pushing to amend the Constitution of the United States, for the purpose of banning same-sex marriages. Marriage in the United States
Terrorism What is Terrorism? It is quite challenging to define terrorism, as the definition will depend on whose views are being represented. According to the Department of Defense (DOD), terrorism is the “calculated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to inculcate fear, which is intended to coerce or to intimidate governments or
Journal on the book: Johnny Got His Gun What we fight for In the history of man, it is recorded that very few wars have been organized and fought by ordinary people in society. Such war is the Chinese revolution in the 1950s where civilians overthrew an autocratic and insensitive government from power. Still, one
Islamic Finance and Banking Introduction The Muslim world has, over the recent decades undertaken measures to reconstruct banking and finance (Askari et al 1). The restructuring has specifically championed a system that recognizes the dictates of sharia laws in the field of banking and finance.  The laws totally negate the conventional western practice of charging
Writing Prompt – Campaign Finance Reform                                                                    Introduction                                          The issue of campaign finance change has been around for a long time. It has altogether hindered numerous qualified individuals from taking an interest in governmental issues in light of the fact that they sense that they have no real way to be heard in a framework,
Slavery in America In 1852, Frederick Douglass authored a statement narrating the effects of slavery on the president, his friends, and citizens within the United States. His narration was derived from a personal experience of having been a slave in the United States. In the first paragraph, he affirmed that people across America were facing
Arguments for Gay Marriage in America In the United States, same-sex marriage has been a controversial issue for many years where 17 states practice it while 33 others have banned the practice. It is an issue that has undergone resistance from various circles. Some arguments leveled against it include the fact that it goes against
United States Sanction Sanction is a measure imposed on a country by another country preventing it from carrying out any trade with it. This is because of many reasons, which may be as a result of factors such as insecurity, failure to comply with terms and conditions, failure of the goods meeting the standard required,
Analysis of “Hidden Life” by Frontline Privacy is defined as the right of an individual to keep his personal life away from the public limelight, as long as it does not affect those concerned. Therefore, public officers have the right to privacy that extends to the fact that they do not dupe the public while
A History of Saudi Arabia Introduction Saudi Arabia was established in 1933 by Abdulaziz Al Saud after a political committee between the ministry of finance and foreign affairs formalized military arrangements (Robert, 1981). In 1926, USSR and representatives from Jeddah recognized the kingdom. They were followed suit by France, Britain, and the Netherlands among other
Texas Tax System A tax refers to a compulsory payment made by an individual or an organization to the public. The tax system in Texas is regressive. A regressive tax system is a tax levied in such a way that there is a reduction in the tax rate as the amount that is subject to
Mass Media in the US Since independence, American politics has encouraged free media with limited government censorship. This has been achieved through the First Amendment in the Constitution. Lack of centralized power, coupled with competition between parties has encouraged free media. Evolving technologies have continued to transform mass media through online content and social media. Technology
Should funding for the U.S space program be changed? According to Denman (2013), the U.S has spent a lot of millions on space exploration. As the arguments continue that much money has been spending on space exploration, some people feel that these should be used on financing the underdeveloped countries or reducing poverty levels in
Political Campaigns, Mass Media, and Elections 1         Introduction Democracy needs strong and sustainable political parties with the capacity to represent citizens and provide policy choices that demonstrate their ability to govern for the public good. Strong political parties are essential to open, competitive democratic politics, particularly in emerging democracies. Parties need funding in order to
Writing Prompt – Campaign Finance Reform                                                                    Introduction                                          The issue of campaign finance change has been around for a long time. It has altogether hindered numerous qualified individuals from taking an interest in governmental issues in light of the fact that they sense that they have no real way to be heard in a framework,
Slavery in America In 1852, Frederick Douglass authored a statement narrating the effects of slavery on the president, his friends, and citizens within the United States. His narration was derived from a personal experience of having been a slave in the United States. In the first paragraph, he affirmed that people across America were facing
How ethnocentrism and dehumanization contribute to war and terrorism Dehumanization is an incident whereby rivals perceive each other as less human and consequently not worthy of just consideration. Prolonged conflict damages relationships and makes it hard for parties to realize that they are elements of a shared human society. Such situations regularly result in feelings
Political science A person who has studied political science is armed with relevant information that increases their understanding of the world in ways unmatched by the rest of the populace. The diverse points and perspectives from which political science is taught make it an all-encompassing discipline. There are many current issues that get highlighted in
Slavery in America In 1852, Frederick Douglass authored a statement narrating the effects of slavery on the president, his friends, and citizens within the United States. His narration was derived from a personal experience of having been a slave in the United States. In the first paragraph, he affirmed that people across America were facing
The electors usually choose U.S presidents for a four-year term period. The registered voters are required to elect a candidate by voting. The candidate must have won the popular votes in the state in order to be voted for by the electors in the particular state. A candidate is required to have majority votes of
Arguments for Gay Marriage in America In the United States, same-sex marriage has been a controversial issue for many years where 17 states practice it while 33 others have banned the practice. It is an issue that has undergone resistance from various circles. Some arguments leveled against it include the fact that it goes against
United States Sanction Sanction is a measure imposed on a country by another country preventing it from carrying out any trade with it. This is because of many reasons, which may be a result of factors such as insecurity, failure to comply with terms and conditions, failure of the goods meeting the standard required, and
Analysis of “Hidden Life” by Frontline Privacy is defined as the right of an individual to keep his personal life away from the public limelight, as long as it does not affect those concerned. Therefore, public officers have the right to privacy that extends to the fact that they do not dupe the public while
Texas Tax System A tax refers to a compulsory payment made by an individual or an organization to the public. The tax system in Texas is regressive. A regressive tax system is a tax levied in such a way that there is a reduction in the tax rate as the amount that is subject to
A History of Saudi Arabia Introduction Saudi Arabia was established in 1933 by Abdulaziz Al Saud after a political committee between ministry of finance and foreign affairs formalized military arrangements (Robert, 1981). In 1926, USSR and representatives from Jeddah recognized the kingdom. They were followed suit by France, Britain, and Netherlands among other nations. Members
Political science Political Science is both an interesting program and an in-depth study since it equips learner with relevant information and understanding of the world.  As noted by numerous scholars, there are various points, which contribute towards learning of this discipline. The learning of political science is also attributed to the variety of opportunities and
Mass Media in the US Since independent, American politics has encouraged free media with limited government censorship. This has been achieved through the First Amendment in the Constitution. Lack of centralized power, coupled by competition between parties has encouraged free media. Evolving technologies have continued to transform the mass media through online contents and social media.
Political Campaigns, Mass Media, and Elections 1         Introduction A democracy needs strong and sustainable political parties with the capacity to represent citizens and provide policy choices that demonstrate their ability to govern for the public good. Strong political parties are essential to open, competitive democratic politics, particularly in emerging democracies. Parties need funding in order
09/11 Commission Report Role of International Community in Preventing Terrorism The commission report suggested that the best way to prevent terror attacks like the one of 09/11 was to cooperate with other nations. The report further indicated that if the American government was in a position to make inroad on various levels with other nations,
Comparing and Contrasting Presidential and Parliamentary System Introduction  A country’s type of government implies to the manner in which that particular country is organized in terms of its executive, legislature, and judicial systems. Entirely, every country needs some kind of government in order to prevent and avoid disorder. A democratic government is one that allows
How ethnocentrism and dehumanization contributes to war and terrorism Dehumanization is an incident whereby rivals perceive each other as less human and consequently not worthy of just consideration. Prolonged conflict damages relationships and makes it hard for parties to realize that they are elements of a shared human society. Such situations regularly results to feelings
Chapter 1 Majoritarian democracy Majoritarian democracy is a type of democracy in which most of the decisions affecting the society are made by a group of people who are the majority in that society. This group is at times chosen from the majority religion, social class or even ethnic group. This type of democracy is
Marxist Theory Marxism argued that the capitalists at first progressed greatly due to large increases in production and material wealth but as time passed, the forces and the social relations of production began to conflict. Continued conflicts between these two systems eventually lead to devastation of the capital system. Idealism advocated for a case where
Egypt’s authoritarian leadership Egypt faces a hard situation with high economic and political challenges. The country is on bad terms as protests and violent clashes are now witnessed in Cairo and several other big towns. Since President Mohammed Morsi who replaced Mubarak was overthrown by the armed forces following weeks of unrests protesting against his
International Relations Introduction International relations encompass the relationship between countries on the global platform. These relationships define the roles of sovereign states and other bodies such as Inter governmental organizations, Multi-National Corporations and Non-Governmental Organizations among other bodies (Levine 133). Being an intergovernmental and inter-organizational study, International relations also lays much of its focus on
How the Media affects American Politics The American society relies heavily on the media for information. Average Americans are primarily informed by the Newspapers, televisions, radio and the internet (Della 3). The media determines how people will receive internalize and react to a particular idea. According to Della, the people’s perception on a given broadcasted
Civil liberties and Civil Rights Civil liberties are the laws that protect individuals against actions of the government. For instance, in the United States, people have the liberty to practice any religion they please without interference from the government. Civil rights on the other hand, refer to the positive actions performed by the government that
Dealing With social Expenditure if Population Grows Old Worldwide populations are growing old as a result of declining birth rates and rising life expectancy. As the number of old citizens aged sixty five years and above rises in both size and amount, associated public expenditures on earnings support, care and health services would be anticipated
Conservative Views In terms of economics, the conservatives hold the belief that government’s role should strictly be limited. They feel that the economic and political freedoms are most likely to be weakened by too much dependence on the government. The conservatives are inquisitive about the government’s cability of solving social and economic challenges because they
Strategies FCPMC on Government Proposed GM Labels The development and production of Genetically Modified organisms have been done for many years since the inception of Biotechnology. The transfer of genes directly across the organisms was done recently. This transfer changed the genetic codes. There have been a lot of fears concerning the safety and suitability
Russian Incursion of Ukraine Studies show that, for a long time Russia has long desired to reclaim the lush Crimean peninsula, which was part of its territory until mid-50s. Based on this, Moscow`s Black Sea armada recompenses Kiev lots of cash every year to be positioned at the harbor of Sevastopol. About sixty percent of
Argentina and Venezuela Introduction Numerous researchers have contended that democracy might be inconceivable or outlandish without political parties. Nonetheless, what about the feature of democratic governments? Do parties have a part in this? In the accompanying pages, I assert that parties can have a part in fortifying yet debilitating an egalitarian system. Democracy is a
The Impact of Typhoon Neoguri on the Japanese Economy Typhoon Neoguri is the most dangerous typhoon witnessed in Japan. Having forced authorities in Japan to urge over 100,000 individuals to evacuate their homes and cancellation of flights due to its potential to bring perennial rainfall and high winds to the southern islands of Japan, there
Civil Liberties, Habeas Corpus, and the War on Terror The Bush administration took caution in interrogating war prisoners captured in Afghanistan. The war prisoners were held at Guantanamo Bay, which is a land leased to the US by Cuba. The plan of the Bush administration was to prevent the application of Habeas Corpus that would
Confucian conceptions of the family, harmony, and interdependence Introduction Confucianism has been in existence for many years as an indispensable sociopolitical value system in the records of East Asia (Yum, 1988). As Yum (1988) defines, “Confucianism is a philosophy of human nature which considers proper human relationships as the basis of the society” (p.377). The
Minimum Wage in the United States Background analysis Wage is an important determinant of the economic status of a country. Wage determines how employers choose their workforce, the rate of employment as well as the productivity. Throughout history, the United States has had various regulations meant to determine the minimum wage that employees should take
Why tobacco should be illegal Introduction             Tobacco use defines the act of consuming tobacco products that are usually burned and then inhaling while releasing the smoke. Tobacco consumption may have started in 3000BC, but the substance was introduced in the western world in late 17th century. This new development triggered severe criticism, which saw
The issue of human trafficking from a liberal, systemic, and domestic level of analysis Associated activities of human trafficking Outshoorn (2005) reveals that the major element of human trafficking and its increase has been associated by the presence of other legalized activities. Several factors have been linked to the increase in human trafficking activities. Principally
Economic Inequality in the United States Introduction Economic inequality has become one of the hottest topics in the United States of America. A variety of statistics have demonstrated that the country has become more unequal economically especially in the past thirty years. The significantly wide gulf between the rich and the poor has always elicited
Violence Against Native Women The article titled, “Violence Against Native Women” by Roe Bubar and Jumper Thurman Pamela provides in-depth information regarding the violent victimization of the native women. More importantly, the article discloses that the rate of victimization of native women is more than twice that of any other group of United States, and
Memorandum To: Mayor New York City From: Senior State policy Adviser Date: August 16, 2014 Re: Addressing Housing Crisis in New York City Background New York City continues to face a variety of challenges as it continues to grow in terms of size and population. A major area of concern in the city is the
War and Global Conflict Introduction Sometimes, it is quite difficult to differentiate between war and violence while attempting to explain what war is. War and violent conflicts ruled the twentieth century to an extent of turning the world into a war zone. When a state engages another state, or when a state is in disagreement
Introduction As two of the most democratic nations in the world, Britain and the US share some similarities in their governance systems especially within the legislature and the executive. However, differences also abound in the governance of the two nations, an especially conspicuous one being the presidential and parliamentary system found in the US and
The Disadvantaged Nomadic/Rural-Urban Young Egyptian Women Regarding Barriers to Education The modern world is changing drastically in terms of socio-economic development, knowledge, and utility of appropriate skills. These factors are provided by human resource function, which is extremely gender sensitive. Therefore, with the rising economic challenges encountered in 21st Century, how successful is the issue
The Economic Impact of Ebola The Ebola virus is one of the scariest of problems being experienced right now. Currently, the virus has claimed 1300 lives and more are being affected by the day. According to a report by Richard of the BBC, the Ebola virus has done more than claim lives. It is reported
Impact of Ebola Ebola is a strain of virus that causes the Ebola virus disease, which infects primates mainly. Although the disease is more prevalent in monkeys, humans will occasionally be infected from their interaction with animals and this can lead to a pandemic due to its high infection rate. As of August Two Thousand
What Governments should do to stop the Spread of Ebola Outbreak? Introduction The Ebola outbreak has caught the world unawares such that every time you travel abroad or come across a person with signs of Ebola, you feel like you will die in the next minute. Despite this fact, governments have been doing something to
Ebola Virus International terrorism is a significant strategic challenge to global peace and security in the 21st century because terrorist organizations are able to move across borders and execute their operations anywhere in the world. To begin with, it is worth noting that Ebola virus has so far been reported in two African regions, West
Tuition Education in the 21st century has been placed as a priority to many states and households. Many countries, particularly the developing ones, are fervently fighting ignorance. This has called for great extents in learning, exploration, and research. Consequently, many people are pursuing their higher education and many colleges and universities are developing various programs
Fundamental Orders of 1639 and Declaration of Independence Question 1 The creation of the government of Connecticut by the fundamental orders is consistent with the Declaration document’s principles because they are both based upon the interpretation of Biblical scriptures, particularly those emphasizing the laws of the nature and the need for humans to uphold and
Legal Immigration Introduction The investigator intends to showcase how analytical framework circumventing around political, governmental, and structural levels is rationally applicable in approaching the deadlock scenario in the United State. This is because of the need to expand green card caps to immigrants benchmarked against upholding legal provisions despite hunger to reach amicable solution. Body
Legal Immigration Introduction The investigator intends to showcase how analytical framework circumventing around political, governmental, and structural levels is rationally applicable in approaching the deadlock scenario in the United State. This is because of the need to expand green card caps to immigrants benchmarked against upholding legal provisions despite hunger to reach amicable solution. Body
Arab League Nations Economic Analysis The GDP levels of the majority of Arab league nations were lower than those of France, Japan, Germany and the United States. Countries such as Somalia recorded a GDP level of 2.5 billion USD in 2013 and 2.65 USD in 2015, which was relatively lower than of countries such as
Why is there no Socialism in the United States of America? Deliberations for the need of socialism in the United State were started by Marx and Engels as early as the 19th Century (Rosenstone 1-2). The two individuals observed that America begun as a capitalistic region with very little attention to socialistic dimension of life
. Unitary form of government. A unitary form of government is a sovereign state that is governed as a single entity. In this, the central government is supreme and the administrative divisions can only exercise powers delegated to them. Public administration Public administration is where government policies are iDemplemented and is the division that analyses
Public Opinion Public opinion is a common term during elections of various countries. For instance, the most recent elections in the US in 2008 and 2013 saw a widespread use of the words. But what does public opinion mean? This is the feeling, attitude or spoken words about a particular situation, an individual or a
Islamic Politics and Culture Assessment Islamic religion is the second largest faith in the world today. Islamic faith and culture has always been seen to have great influence in the political activities of Islamic states or countries. Most of laws in Islamic states are drawn from the Islamic religious laws and therefore the religion plays
Policies of state capitalism and import substituticonducts on industrialization Describe the policies of state capitalism and import substitution industrialization State capitalism concerns a system where the state conducts and controls economic activity – organizing the ways of production, promoting capital accumulation, and managing wage labor in a centralized approach. Import substitution industrialization is a theory
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Policies of state capitalism and import substituticonducts on industrialization Describe the policies of state capitalism and import substitution industrialization State capitalism concerns a system where the state conducts and controls economic activity – organizing the ways of production, promoting capital accumulation, and managing wage labor in a centralized approach. Import substitution industrialization is a theory
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Abstract This research paper has handled crime situation in the state of California as from the 1990s decade which has shown a drastic change from a very hostile environment to a very peaceful state. It reveals that there was a sigh of relieve from the turbulent moments of three decades of heightened violent crimes. The
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