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Global War on Terror Abstract The reasons why there is a global war on terror and no global wars on poverty, automobiles, alcohol and tobacco is because of many factors such as media influence, political implications and conflict of interest in the global market economy. The global war on terror is a concerted global effort...
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The situation in Syria is a product of the Arab spring that was kicked off by the Tunisian uprising that led to ousting of the long-term president in 2011 (Ryan, 2011). However, attempts by Syrians to overthrow Bashar-al-Assad were met with increased crackdown from the ruling regime. Approximately 7000 Syrians have lost lives in the...
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Introduction The political systems of countries bear elements of similarities and differences in equal measure. Britain presents one of the unique political systems. In addition to operating without a written constitution, the country forms one of the few monarchial democracies in the world today. This is because the country has only had fundamental continuity in...
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Overview The Central African Republic (CAR) has been a politically unstable country ever since it gained its independence from France in 1960. For decades, it has struggled to deal with rebel groups[1]. The main groups include the Convention of Patriots for Justice and Peace (CPJP); Popular Army for the Restoration of Democracy (APRD) and the...
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Introduction In the customary sense, security refers to freedom from danger or risk of destruction and annihilation. As such, national security is the freedom of a nation from the danger of destruction by aggression, war or hostility from an external entity. The government has the responsibility of defending its citizens since they lack the power...
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Introduction The Egypt-Israel agreement marked a milestone in terms of bringing peace to the Middle East. The agreement was brokered by President Jimmy Carter and was later signed in 1979 by the then Egypt president Anwar Sadat and Israel Prime Minister Menachem Begin, and came to be commonly referred to as the Camp David Accords...
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Introduction The term insurgency can be defined and understood as an organized rebellion, which is aimed at overthrowing a legally constituted government through the use of subversion or armed conflict. The issue of insurgency in Iraq can be traced back in the year 2003, when a number of resistance groups as well as militias started...
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Introduction The withdrawal from Afghanistan in 2014 will impact the wider region in a direct way. Not only will there be a greater risk of insecurity over to Central Asian nations, but also the withdrawal will speed up the ongoing change in balance of power in Central Asia to other countries such as Pakistan and...
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UN Weaknesses The Syrian nation is characterized with high mountains, a home to diverse ethic as well as religious groups, and a nation of the most productive plains in the world. The nation has been in severe difference and great chaos since the year 2011. Many of the western communities have continuously intervened in the...
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Journal Article Critique Agrell, W, “The Next 100 Years? Reflections on the Future of Intelligence”, Intelligence and National Security, 2012, 27:1, p. 118-119. In this particular article, the author identifies and espouses six fundamental processes that are very critical to change.  According to the author, the six fundamental elements of change in the world of...
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