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Can ‘terrorism’ be justifiably distinguished from other forms of political violence?

| August 17, 2016

Abstract Should terrorism be classified separately from terrorism?  This paper examines each issue with the goal of determining if there is reason to specify independent categories.  Utilising secondary evidence, the literature illustrates the many similar and disparate components of both political violence and terrorism.  The evidence presented demonstrated the need to independently categorize each action […]

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Should politics and religion be kept separate?

| August 13, 2016

In order to address this issue, it is first necessary to define the two colossi of politics and religion. The first term is used here to mean the science of governing a nation, and the second is defined as the belief in a supernatural power that informs an institutionalised code of behaviour.

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To what extent is politics in Africa fundamentally connected to ethnicity?

| December 1, 2012

  Introduction The issues of ethnicity and its connection to Africa politics continue to be of great importance on the continent. In recent times, there have been debates on these matters, which have further intensified against the background of multicultural societies. The underline base of this essay is to examine and explore the extent to […]

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It has been argued that a separation of religion from politics could help to facilitate peace and stability in contemporary societies. Is this argument a convincing one?

| November 29, 2012

Introduction In this essay I will endeavour to demonstrate that the argument of a separation of religion from politics would help in facilitating and maintaining peace and stability in contemporary societies is a convincing one, by looking at the impact of religion on world politics, in the past and by giving examples of recent events […]

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The Powers of the Prime Minister

| November 26, 2012

Introduction The purpose of this essay is to describe and discuss the powers of the British Prime Minister and which implications arise from his position for the government and politics. This essay will consist of three parts. In the first part the main powers of the Prime Minister (PM), currently David Cameron, will be considered. […]

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Essay on US Withdrawal from Iraq

| November 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Bush administration entered the United States in an armed intervention of Iraq, a war that leading scholars deemed “unnecessary” at the time (Mearsheimer and Walt, 2003). Under the false pretext of a crisis for America’s national security, and international peace and security in general, because of the perceived threat of Iraqi weapons of mass destruction – that were never uncovered  – […]

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Dissertation Guide on the Impact of Globalisation in Undermining the Capacity of the Modern State

Dissertation Guide on the Impact of Globalisation in Undermining the Capacity of the Modern State

| October 22, 2012 | 0 Comments

Topic: Has Globalisation Undermined the Capacity of the Modern State?  Abstract: The purpose of this dissertation is to explore the question why globalization is a contentious term. It will look at the relation between globalization as an autonomous process and its effects on state authority. It will explain one of the biggest debates for theorists of International Relations – is […]

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Dissertation Guide on the Comparative Politics of Europe

Dissertation Guide on the Comparative Politics of Europe

| October 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Subject – Comparative Politics of Europe Topic  – The Dictatorship of Parties: a Study of Partitocracy in Italy Abstract: This qualitative study aims to estimate the role of parties in the Italian political system and to evaluate the specific position of the Italian parties as vessels for power. This study will attempt to reveal the […]

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Dissertation Guide on Neo-imperialism in US Foreign Policy

Dissertation Guide on Neo-imperialism in US Foreign Policy

| October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

Subject – US Foreign Policy Topic: Neo-imperialism in US Foreign Policy Abstract: This dissertation will study neo-imperialism as a stance in US Foreign Policy. It will argue that the basic characteristics of US Foreign Policy relate to ideology and policy.

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Are states the only relevant conceptual actors in world politics?

Are states the only relevant conceptual actors in world politics?

| October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

The theoretical body of knowledge labeled Realism has dominated as well as shaped the modern study of International Relations for many years. One of the core components of Realist thought is the centrality of the state in thinking about world politics. For this reason, discussing the supremacy of the state as the conceptual unit within […]

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Dissertation Guide on International Organisations (i.e. EU)

Dissertation Guide on International Organisations (i.e. EU)

| October 12, 2012

The purpose of this dissertation is to highlight the main aspects of the debate between federalism and intergovernmentalism in terms of European integration.

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The Role of Transnational Corporations and NGOs in International Relations

The Role of Transnational Corporations and NGOs in International Relations

| August 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

  The recent increase in the international activities of transnational corporations and nongovernmental organisations has challenged state-centric models of international relations to explain the apparent contribution that non-state actors make to the international political system. NGOs influence the international system by introducing principles into discussions on the legitimacy of states’ behaviour, while TNC capital movement […]

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Is there such a thing as ‘terrorism’? [essay]

Is there such a thing as ‘terrorism’? [essay]

| March 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Terrorism is a rising problem in today’s world. Though this term is used very freely, technically it has always been a question as to what terrorism exactly is and whether it truly exists or not. Experts describe terrorism as use of acts of coercion to inflict violent activities on masses of people. These activities are […]

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Getting the most from Student Politics

Getting the most from Student Politics

| November 11, 2011 | 0 Comments

The wealth and diversity of opportunities offered to you may be overwhelming.

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Getting to know the NUS

| November 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

The NUS calls itself the “national voice of students,” helping stand up for your rights and provide a platform for your views.

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How to use references in your dissertation

| November 9, 2011 | 0 Comments

It is essential to read this thoroughly and continually refer to it when doing your work.

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Student Political Divisions

| November 8, 2011 | 0 Comments

You simply intrigued to see what party politics is about, one of the greatest involvements you can have is within the different student political divisions.

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Dissertation Topics in Tourism & Hospitality

| October 25, 2011 | 1 Comment

    1. Introduction to Hospitality / Tourism Dissertations This guide gives you some ideas for dissertation titles. Hospitality and Tourism covers many areas, so there should be plenty to whet your appetite here.   Hospitality and Tourism dissertations typically take one of two forms, focusing either upon collecting and analyzing primary data or upon appraising […]

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Dissertation Topics in Psychology

Dissertation Topics in Psychology

| October 25, 2011 | 6 Comments

  1. Introduction to Psychology Dissertations This guide gives you some ideas for dissertation titles. Psychology covers many areas, so there should be plenty to whet your appetite here.   Psychology dissertations typically take one of two forms, focusing either upon collecting and analyzing primary data or upon appraising secondary data only. Either type can be […]

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Dissertation Topics in Politics

Dissertation Topics in Politics

| October 25, 2011 | 0 Comments

  1. Introduction to Politics Dissertations This guide is designed to provide ideas about possible topics related to the study of contemporary politics and government. In general, dissertation for politics can combine a variety of research methods, and the format may vary according to the research aims of your paper. A combination of primary and […]

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