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Has Devolution worked?

| February 9, 2017

Abstract The purpose of this essay will be to consider whether the process of devolution in the United Kingdom since 1999

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Do critical approaches Marxism, feminism, constructivism improve our understanding of international politics?

| February 8, 2017

Abstract In the contemporary era, the application of critical theoretical approaches is of significant importance if one is willing to develop a more comprehensive understanding of international politics and international relations.

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Why do we need to focus on the concept of secularism if we want to understand the role of religion in contemporary affairs?

| February 7, 2017

Introduction Globalization in the 21st century has resulted in greater diversity of peoples and religious pluralism across the globe.

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Global Financial Imbalances Essay

| February 2, 2017

Global Financial Imbalances Essay – How the arrangements of global trade act as a driver of global imbalances Abstract This paper looks at the different factors causing trade imbalance on the global trade arena.

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The Arab Spring: Implications for US Policy and Interests

| February 2, 2017

Introduction The political uprisings in the Arab world during 2011 undeniably transformed the Middle East and the North of Africa (MENA) (Dalacoura, 2012: 63).

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The Trajectory of ISIS: Political Discourse and Youth Agenda

| January 14, 2017

Introduction The influence of Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) is spreading fast not only in the Middle East but also across the globe. The sophistication and intensity of the ISIS’s onslaughts to expand their territory has raised questions of how they manage to accomplish their missions in the recent past.

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Does the Euro Crises prove that any of these member states: Greece, Ireland and Portugal should have not been allowed to join the euro?

| January 14, 2017

Abstract The creation of the Eurozone following the Maastricht Treaty led to the region becoming one of the largest single currency areas in the world. However, at the heart of this project lay a series of inherent weaknesses.

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The Principal Legacies of Imperialism for the Contemporary World Economy

| January 13, 2017

Abstract This study explores the principal legacies of imperialism for the contemporary world economy. The findings indicate that although colonialism ended many years ago, its effects and policies still remain in the global economy and it is being aided by globalisation.

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The power of social media in political communication

| December 22, 2016

Research Question To determine the impact of social media on the way that political institutions and organizations communicate to the public

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Economic interdependence as a driver of Regional integration in east asia

| November 22, 2016

Introduction Regional integration has become the focus globally, and East Asia features prominently with its efforts to formalize cooperation in the region into a workable arrangement for the promotion of trade, investment and security.

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To what extent is Congress the broken branch of American politics?

| November 22, 2016

Introduction In recent years Americans’ opinion of Congress has reached historic lows (BBC News Online: 22.11.2011). It is this worrying indictment which has led Thomas Mann to assert that Congress is the broken branch of the US tripartite political system (Mann: 2006).

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How has Thatcher and the legacy left by her government changed class mobility in the UK?

| November 21, 2016

INTRODUCTION Although in the early twentieth century, social mobility in Britain was a seemingly dubious and slow process, as time went on, more drastic change put it into play. In previous centuries, attempts of social mobility in Britain seemed to move backwards for some classes, such as the working and middle classes, these were times […]

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To what extent is knowledge of historical context important when interpreting political philosophy texts?

| November 9, 2016

Introduction This essay will demonstrate that an understanding of the historical context surrounding a political philosophy text is an essential part of interpreting the assertions it makes. The essay will discuss two philosophers, one whose work is believed to demonstrate this necessity, and another whose composition allows us to observe the dangers that inevitably arise […]

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A Critical Essay evaluating a published piece of research from a research skills and methods point of view

| November 7, 2016

Introduction The article that forms the basis of the methodology analysis of this paper is Balabanova and Balch (2010) titled Sending and receiving: The ethical framing of intra-EU migration in the European press. In brief, the article explores the role played by ethics of immigration control in Europe in communication processes. It examines how the […]

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What Happened To Commercial Farm Workers After The Famous Land Reform (Land Grab) Programme In Zimbabwe

| November 7, 2016

Introduction a. Statement of purpose The goal of this study is to explore the different ways through which the land redistribution programme in Zimbabwe affected commercial farm workers in the country. The study will examine the assumptions that farm workers were better off prior to the land redistribution programme in the country. The study is […]

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Parliamentary Group On Domestic Violence Essay

| November 7, 2016

Parliamentary group on domestic violence Abstract Democracy is a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by them or by their elected agents. This is ongoing in electronic democracy (e-democracy) and the only innovation is in the platform (in this case: electronic) which is supplied through […]

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Drawing on observations from the Polish-German borderland, critically examine the effects which Europeanisation – or “EU-isation” – has had on the actual and/or perceived nature of borders and “borderness” in Eastern Europe.

| October 29, 2016

Introduction Borders are used to separate territories, yet whilst the European Union (EU) aims to establish a fully integrated system it is clear that borders exist within it. Accordingly, there appears to be no such thing as a “borderless” world which is largely due to the fact that borders have a number of different meanings […]

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Has political ideology become irrelevant in the political process? Illustrate your answer with examples considering contemporary party politics

| October 29, 2016

Introduction It will be discussed whether political ideology has become irrelevant within the political process in order to decide whether ideology is still important in today’s political parties. In doing so, contemporary party politics will be considered and a determination as to whether specific ideologies are still being conveyed will be made. An overview of […]

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The Impact of HIV/AIDS on Family care givers in a Home Setup

| October 24, 2016

Abstract Management of a Chronic HIV patient at home involves enormous dedication, effort and is stressful. The psychological, spiritual and financial needs of the caregivers are largely ignored. Reeling under enormous financial strain, compounded by the lack of support network, African women are forced to singlehandedly manage care delivery for the HIV patient and are […]

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