U.S. Security Policy and Nuclear Proliferation

Introduction After the international community through the United Nation’s Office for Disarmament Affairs discussed and passed a bill, the US government faced the pressure being required to consider the recommendations. However, it has been a prob...
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Deterrence: The USA and Iraq, 1990

The strategy of deterrence has received an increased development during the Cold War. It was determined by the necessity of the international community to eliminate the nuclear threat. In particular, the deterrence of the more powerful adversary coul...
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International Relations: The Traditional and Non-Traditional Conceptions of Security

The Differences between the Traditional and Non-Traditional Conceptions of Security The problem of security has always occupied a leading position in the field of international relations. In the context of contemporary realities, the issue of the gl...
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ISIS Terrorist Group

Background The Origin and Goals of ISIS ISIS is geographically active in a number of countries including Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Algeria, and Libya. Before and during America’s invasion in Iraq, there seemed to be no presence of ISIS. The terror gr...
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Comparing Texas Political Issue

Texas being a large cosmopolitan state is frequently faced by various political issues. Among the most pronounced issues is equality in marriage. Marriage refers to the procedure used by two people who are in a relationship to make the relationship o...
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Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations

Introduction The United States is a federal system. The national government and the states have the separate spheres of the sovereign powers. However, they overlap each other sometimes. In such cases, the authority of the federal government limits t...
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Bargaining Hypothesis and the Sovereignty Paradox

In the period from 1200 to 1500, the kings of England lived in a fragmented society composed of individuals and groups that joined in towns and villages, the nobles, the church, and aristocracy, for example, with the aim to gain power and solve perso...
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