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September 11, 2011
Steps to Joining the United States Army
The steps to joining the U.S Army from your hometown recruiter station to the Army Basic Training. The first step to joining the U.S Army is contact the recruiter of the Army. The second step is to take the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test. The last step to joining the U.S Army is to selecting a job in the Army. These are some of the steps to joining the U.S Army from hometown to Basic Training.
The first step of the process is to contact the Army recruiter. When you contact the recruiter he/she will ask what’s better for you to meet at him/her at the office or for...
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THE ARMY AS A PROFESSION
After a decade of United States military action soldiers enjoy widespread public appreciation. The public consensus that the Army is the world’s most effective fighting force and protects US interests. Soldiers’ high level of training, use of superior equipment and dedication to duty increases effectiveness. These traits define Army soldiers as members in a profession of arms. To understand why the Army is a profession of arms we define profession, examine alternate points of view, and show how the Army meets that definition.
Samuel P. Huntington’s defining characteristics of a profession include expertise, responsibility and corporateness. ...
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Propaganda has proven to be a valuable tool when trying to persuade others during a war. It has proven to bring out the best qualities in a nation, and it has also shown the ability to voice the true feelings of the people. For example, propaganda has been used to increase patriotism in times of conflict in America, and it has also been used to dissuade others from wanting bloodshed. “Uncle Sam” is a large and well-known piece of propaganda in America, and it has been used with countless different mediums to display the true outlook of the citizens. James Montgomery Flagg was responsible for illustrating the classic "I Want YOU for U.S. Army" poster, and an anonymous...
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CRJ 419 American Terrorism
Assignment 4 Part Two
June 16, 2013
More Domestic Terrorist Than the Public Realizes
With only a few mentioned in part one of this two part essay, there are actually many more domestic terrorist groups that are coming to light. Domestic terrorism has been around for many years and probably for many more. There are going to be groups or even individuals that will have their own beliefs and may even try to push those beliefs onto others. So because of this domestic terrorism is going to be around for a long time. Looking through history I have found a few domestic groups that weren’t mentioned in part ones essay...
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Jesús David Abaroa S.
WHY DIDN’T THE ARTICLES OF CONFEDERATION WORK?
The articles of the confederation were a document which established the first governmental structure, and it unified the thirteen states that had fought in the American Revolution. They went official and into effect on March 1, 1781 and it lasted until March 4, 1789, day there were replaced by the US Constitution. The purpose of these articles was to create a confederation of states in which each state preserves its own sovereignty, freedom and independence. In other words, all states were independent from the United States and only responsible for the defense. The articles of the confederation...
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College of Distance Education
NAVAL WAR COLLEGE
IT’S ABOUT TIME THAT THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE IMPLEMENTED MANDATORY FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING FOR ALL MEMBERS
Samuel W. Bettwy
Lieutenant Colonel, Judge Advocate, U.S. Army Reserve
A paper submitted to the Faculty of the Naval War College in partial satisfaction of the requirements of the Department of Joint Military Operations.
The contents of this paper reflect my own personal views and are not necessarily endorsed by the Naval War College or the Department of the Navy.
Signature: s/ Samuel W. Bettwy
28 January 2013
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The United States Constitution
Jasmine T. Collins
The United States Constitution
The United States Constitution was the first form of government. The Bill of Rights was later added. The United States Constitution and Amendments were established to fix the problems stated in the Declaration of Independence. The Constitution is the world’s longest surviving written charter of government. The phrase “We the People” is one of the first fixes between the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. These three words affirms that the government of the United States will serve its citizens. The Constitution has remained in force to this day, because its...
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Terrorism exists throughout the world; in Russia, Nizhnevartovsk to be exact The Red Storm is Rising. Thomas Leo Clancy Jr. aka Tom Clancy projected there will be a third World War; this one was initiated in Russia, ironically from Russia targeting oil by the Soviets. The attack led to Soviet Union aiming to taking over the Persian Gulf which is a threat to the United States of America and many other countries. The objective is oil; the turnout is World War three. NATO is concerned due to the fact of the Soviet Army attempting to take over the Persian Gulf which is a real pivot point. It is followed by a strategic attack methods from the Soviet Army on structures and such but is quickly...
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United States of America: Dominating the World Military Powers
Since the beginning of time, the strength of the World Leaders is directly affected by the strength of its military. It is nearly impossible for a Nation to be a world “power house” without the strength of a dominating military force. This statement holds truth when you look at the United States military and how it has shaped the balance of the United States’ influence throughout the world. Although the United States military force has constantly changed over the years; it still remains as the driving force behind the machine known as the United States. America’s military force has always been a threat, and began to emerge...
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The United States Constitution was the first form of government. The Bill of Rights came later but proved to fix many problems. The United States Constitution and Amendments were established to fix the problems stated in the Declaration of Independence. It is amazing to say The Constitution is not only the nations but the world’s longest surviving written charter of government. The famous phrase “We the People” is one of the first fixes between the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. These three words affirms that the government of the United States will serve its citizens and the people are what matters to the government. The Constitution is still in forced to this day, because it...
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Following the signing of the Lusaka Ceasefire Agreement in July 1999 between the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and five regional States in July 1999, United Nations Security Council established the United Nations Organization Mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo- Mission de l’Organisation des Nations Unies en République Démocratique du Congo(MONUC), initially to plan for the observation of the ceasefire and disengagement of forces and maintain liaison with all parties to the Ceasefire Agreement . On July 1, 2010 the mission was renamed as MONUSCO to reflect the new phase of protecting civilians, humanitarian personnel and human rights defenders under imminent threat of...
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Panama (i/ˈpænəmɑː/ pan-ə-mah; Spanish: Panamá), officially the Republic of Panama (Spanish: República de Panamá [reˈpuβlika ðe panaˈma]), is the southernmost country of Central America. Situated on the isthmus connecting North and South America, it is bordered by Costa Rica to the west, Colombia to the southeast, the Caribbean to the north and the Pacific Ocean to the south. The capital is Panama City. Explored and settled by the Spanish in the 16th century, Panama broke with Spain in 1821 and joined a union of Nueva Granada, Ecuador, and Venezuela, named the Republic of Gran Colombia. When Gran Colombia dissolved in 1831, Panama and Nueva Granada remained joined. Nueva Granada later became...
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America and World War I
World War I was a world conflict lasting from 1914 to 1919 (2006). Soon after the war began Britain, France, and their allies set up a naval blockade of Germany and Austria. The Wilson Administration complained bitterly that the blockade violated international law (2010). It was not the conventional surface vessels used by Britain and France to enforce its blockade that enraged Americans, but the German submarines used. When American ships were intercepted by the British, the crew treated well. German submarines attacked without warning, and passengers had little to no chance of surviving (2010).
While Wilson weighed his options regarding the submarine issue,...
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1775- May 2nd- The Americans gain support from King Louis XVI of France. France and Spain gave America $185,000 to buy munitions.
July 4th- Thomas Jefferson presents the Declaration of Independence. Meaning they gained independence from Great Britain.
1778- January 7th- Treaty of Armity and commerce. Another major turning point for America because it ended American isolations.
1781- Articles of Confederation went into effect providing legal framework for the first government of the United States.
1783- September 3rd- United States and Great Britain signed the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolution.
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Gienapp, William E., Abraham Lincoln and Civil War America; Oxford University Press.
New York, 2002.
This book is a glimpse into Abraham Lincoln’s political career and personal life. His personal life was much hidden from the outside world, and his feelings and personal affairs were kept out of public scrutiny. He was neither a great husband nor a father, but was considered to be one of the greatest presidents this nation has ever seen. Lincoln was a very conservative man, and managed to provide leadership in both the political and military strategies. He is considered the man who shaped change in our nation, which led to many controversial issues being solved. It took...
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The North Vietnamese Communist leadership's ability to reassess and adapt during the Vietnam War was reflected in how well they combined guerilla and conventional operations to achieve their strategic goal of unifying Vietnam under communist rule. Throughout the conflict, the Viet Cong (VC) were employed to conduct guerilla operations while North Vietnamese Army (NVA) and VC "main force" units were used to transition to conventional operations. Guerilla operations enabled Hanoi to inflict a steady flow of casualties on US forces which increased anti-war sentiment in America. NVA and VC main force conventional operations reinforced the US Army's conventional approach to the fight which caused...
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Assess the impact of Napoleon on Europe
The Napoleonic Empire came into existence following the coronation of Napoleon Bonaparte as Emperor of France at Notre Dame in 1804. The frontiers of the ancien regime had been expanded up to and beyond France’s natural borders, with the momentum of expansion following in direct correlation with the pace of France’s military conquests under the leadership of Bonaparte himself. The ‘Great Empire’ is often referred to as a single entity embracing French controlled Europe, but territories were in fact separated depending on the levels of French control. Territory ruled directly from Paris was known as the pays reunis which compromised of France’s...
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Over the time before the Civil War, American women lives were based on a set of ideals that historians call "the Cult of True Womanhood." While men work moved away from the home and into shops, offices and factories, the household became a new kind of place: a private, feminized domestic sphere, a "haven in a heartless world." Women devoted their lives to creating a clean, comfortable, nurturing home for their husbands and children.
During the Civil War, however, American women turned their attention to the world outside the home. This was the first time in the history of United States that Women actively participated during the Civil War, and the best part is that the participation of the...
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Military veterans, from any branch of the service, often have very desirable skills that can assist them in transitioning from military life, to civilian life, and do so successfully. Military training can help prepare soldiers to thrive in various careers ranging from health care, food service, carpentry, aviation, police work and counter terrorism. In the case of Robbie Doughty, Michael Llitch was moved by Robbie’s story. Robbie’s courage, perseverance, and never say die attitude impressed Michael Llitch. These personality traits, along with the intense training programs designed to teach soldiers how to operate under a tremendous amount of physical and mental stress make them ideal...
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BY: SAEED ALMESAFRI
Chesney Henry "Chet" Baker, Jr. was an outstanding American jazz trumpeter, flugelhornist and a vocalist who gained fame during the early fifties. Though he was a talented performer, his talent and life was destroyed by the evil of drugs.
Chet Baker was born on December 23, 1929 on a farm on the outskirts of Yale, Oklahoma. Later, shifted to Los Angeles with his parents at the age of 10. Baker, who was privileged with a musical family background enters the musical world when he was a kid. He marks his entrance to the world of music by joining the church choir team. He was introduced to playing trombone by his father who himself was a professional...
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While the Cold War lasted for over forty years and ended with a resounding defeat of communism, it faded into a confrontation of proxies and indirect sparring. The buildup to the Cuban Missile Crisis was drawn out and measured in the diplomatic battles that were waged. Although the Cold War started after the end of World War II, it was the Cuban Missile Crisis that brought the world to the brink of a nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union.
Most historians mark the start of the Cold War on February 4, 1945 at the Yalta Conference between Josef Stalin, Winston Churchill, and Franklin Roosevelt. At this point in the war, Stalin had a 12 million-man army with 300...
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Crook vs. Miles
Crook vs. Miles
It is quite apparent that Crook’s approach of fighting Geronimo was very different from Gen. Miles’ approach. According to the writer, General Crook’s approach to fighting Geronimo could not have succeeded even in the long-run. General Crook used unorthodox methods of attacking his enemies by sending out his troops for attack each time he wanted to confront Geronimo and his hostiles. During his tenure, Crook lost most of his troops in battles. Many homes in Arizona and New Mexico were raided, many US citizens killed and their horses stolen y Geronimo’s hostiles (Winning the West, n.d). It is no wonder...
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The American Lion ! Strong-willed and sharp-tempered, a fierce patriot and rabid partisan, Andrew Jackson was always controversial both as a general and as President. He personalized disputes and demonized opponents. He was the defender of the Union, the conqueror of nullification, the hero of democracy. Andrew Jackson was President of the United States during a crucial period of decision making that not only affected Americans, but particularly the economy involving the Second Bank of the United States. Jackson opposed all banks, believing that they only made the rich more wealthy and corrupted government. Although Jackson’s main concern was to give lower social classes the same...
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Who is Edward Snowden?
Edward Snowden, 30, was a three-month employee of a government consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. At Booz Allen (he has since been terminated), he worked as a systems administrator at an NSA Threat Operations Center in Hawaii, one of several facilities detect threats against government computer systems. In other words, he was a low-level intelligence government contractor.
Background: Edward Joseph Snowden was born June 21, 1983, he grew up in Wilmington, N.C., but later moved to Ellicott City, Md., he told The Guardian. His mother, Wendy, is the chief deputy clerk for administration and information technology at the federal court in Baltimore, a court...
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|1. Mao Zedong was a great man in human history. He was Chinese |He was graduated in Hunan first normal School. He met with the President|Mao Zedong married with Luo Yixiu in 1907.Mao Zedong had four wives and |
|revolutionist, strategist, theoretician, poet, communist, the people's |of United States Richard Nixon on February 21,1972. He attended The |five children. |
|liberation army. And he was...
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Curriculum Goals and Development
Army Linguist Screening Course
Christian R. Chenard
6 August 2010
Dr Edwin Martinez del Rio
Curriculum Goals and Development
The curriculum goal of this paper is to present the course designed to develop screenerinterviewers for the Army's Military Intelligence personnel tasked with interviewing civilian
contractors interested in applying for positions of trust with the US Government.
This powerpoint slide presentation is the product this author put together for the United States
Army. It takes us through the major steps necessary to show how two things happen. First are the
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This article is about a U.S. Presidential proclamation concerning the Philippines. For 1982 book, see Benevolent Assimilation (book).
The term Benevolent Assimilation refers to a policy of the United States towards the Philippines as described in a proclamation by U.S. President William McKinley issued on December 21, 1898. The proclamation was issued after Spain was defeated in the Spanish–American War but before fighting began in the Philippine–American War. Prior to the proclamation, the United States had defeated Spain during the naval Battle of Manila Bay on May 1, 1898. Subsequently on June 12, 1898, Emilio Aguinaldo declared the Philippines independent and established a revolutionary...
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Women at War
Women have faced multiple struggles to gain equality. When it comes to women trying to fight for our rights in the country, the struggle is even tougher. Throughout history, women being involved in the military seemed to be more of a burden than anything. Even though women can help with military readiness, social change throughout the military and get the career advancement they have been dreaming of for so long, they have had a hard time convincing others differently. Others would see women being a part of the military as a risk factor, as they are not as physically strong as men or that women are to compassionate compared to men. Even with the extra stress from maternal and...
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March 6, 2014
The ethical issues presented in Week Three Ethics Game Simulations were from the Mysterious Blogger and The Veiled Id, the ethical issues address in game simulation of "The Mysterious Blogger" was whether or not the material gained by IT Tech, Jamal Moore was ample to control blogging employee Aaron Webb for violating the NDA policy. The ethical concerns for the game simulations for "The Veiled ID", was to address how to improve a security policy that would accommodate the special needs and the physical safety of the employees'. The decision-making steps one took to address these issues...
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The United States has taken a global power role due to several international events such as the Libyan intervention and the Syrian civil war. Due to the significance of the role that they have played in these international events the United States has become known as the “Policemen of the World”. The United States has shown that it can use force when required and show empathy during other times.
2 International events from the past 5 years that can be traced back to foreign policy created after the civil war.
1st event – Libyan Intervention: The U.S. was part of an international military operation called Operation Odyssey Dawn and then later was called Operation Unified...
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Tiffany Sky Mendoza
March 2, 2015
There are four weakness in The Articles of Confederation. One week after the Declaration of Independence. Continental Congress started working on the Article of Confederation for the independent America states. The ideal was to bring the thirteen states together and at the same time allow each state to remain independent.
Unfortunately, the Article of Confederation was failing apart for several reasons. First, they had nothing in place to collect funds from the states or state citizens. Second, the national government did not have a way to regulate commerce. Third, the governments...
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Many organizations regardless of specific type of work have many ethical decisions to be made at all levels within the organization. At Aegis Defense Services those ethical decisions are made 365 days a year, 24 hours a day and made in split seconds. The topic of ethical decision making will show the true nature of Aegis’s work force, of which is being paid for by your and my tax dollars. Ethical circumstances are seen differently threw eyes of those who experience them. An honest person who has been threw stressful life and death ethical situations will say that being able to have a clear conscience at the end of your day is all that matters.
Aegis was founded in 2002 out of London,...
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International Foreign Policy
Nineteen forty-five was thought to be a turning point as the Second World War came to a close. In addition, over fifty-one countries committed themselves to maintaining international peace across the globe, all with the hope of preventing future genocide. Almost forty-seven years after taking this pledge, the world turned their backs on the country of Rwanda, while Hutu extremists slaughtered almost a million Tutsis. George and Keir Pearson wrote the movie Hotel Rwanda to help expose the injustices felt by the people of Rwanda during this time. It is through the use of Colonel Oliver’s role within the movie that the lack of humanitarian intervention in the...
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Sexual predators have more access to children today than in the past. Through the internet Sexual offenders can connect with children more discreetly. Today, children are just as likely to socialize online as they are to meet in the mall or by going to other public places like the movies. Predators use the anonymity of the internet to their advantage since it allows them to become whoever they want. They target both girls and boys of all ages. "Child predators are migrating from traditional methods to alternate media," says Detective Lt. Thomas Kish of the Michigan State Police. "They are going to places where children are.” (Wendy, K) Many children are not aware of...
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The civil rights movement was a worldwide political movement for equality before the law occurring between approximately 1950 and 1980. In many situations it took the form of campaigns of civil resistance aimed at achieving change by nonviolent forms of resistance. In some situations it was accompanied, or followed, by civil unrest and armed rebellion. The process was long and tenuous in many countries, and many of these movements did not fully achieve their goals although, the efforts of these movements did lead to improvements in the legal rights of previously oppressed groups of people.
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May 3, 2015
The Syrian Civil War has resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people. Since 2011, protests and attacks have been a daily occurrence, and the regime of Bashar Al-Assad has done what it believed was necessary to stop rebel forces and end protests. As such, Assad has committed many questionable, at best, and criminal, at worst, actions against the civilians of Syria in an effort to stop the rebels. The indiscriminate warfare Assad has used against Syrian citizens is shown in multiple international doctrines as illegal, and is thus a war crime, which should be prosecuted.
The Statue of the International Criminal...
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During the Vietnam War the US Field Artillery had to change their tactics and weaponry to fight an unconventional war that they were not used to. This was also the first war that the United States had fought where the terrain helped the enemy greatly which helped the change come even faster.
The NVA did not have a line of troops but instead operated in smaller groups all around the units. They could mass together and attack from any direction. In order to combat this, the Army split areas of operation between divisions. The divisions than divided it between brigades, brigades to battalions, and battalions to companies. This affected the Artillery in many ways. They could not mass their...
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In a monarchy, the people have no say in the government, while the anti-federalists wanted to keep our government as it is. They both are most likely alike. This would cause chaos and hostility amongst the citizens of the nation. The federalists believed in a strong central government. They wanted some of the state powers for itself. Also, the supported the division of the government into three branches
Anti-Federalist and Federalist
The federalist were for the people and not just in favor for the ruling class. Federalists wanted a strong, central federal government, a central bank, and an army. Stated in the federalist paper in No.3 "it is essential to such a government...
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Petty v. Metropolitan Gov't of Nashville & Davidson County
Professor Jama Rand, PhD, SP
HRM510 Business Employment Law
August 7, 2011
What was the legal issue in this case?
In Petty v. Metropolitan Gov’t of Nashville & Davidson County, the legal issue was about whether the employee had been truthful about the reasons for his discharge from service. Another issue in the case was in regards to the postponement in re-employing a returning Army reservist, which violated the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), although the delay was based on the employee’s alleged dishonesty (Walsh, 2010). The US...
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University Composition and Communications ll
One of the most famous testicular cancer survivors said, “Pain is temporary, quitting last forever!” –Lance Armstrong
Cancer remains the second most common cause of death in the US, accounting for nearly 1 of every 4 deaths. Is being diagnosed with testicular cancer, a death sentence? Testicular cancer is not common; a man’s lifetime risk of getting it is about 1 in 270. The risk of dying from this cancer is about 1 in 5,000. Every year, in the U.S., an estimated 8500 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer and about 350 die from the disease. That averages to every hour of every day some man...
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MGMT570 – Managing Conflict in Workplace
I. Work Environment
A. History of Bayou Sorrel Lock
B. What we do and how.
A. What is the conflict and how did it begin?
1. What parties are involved?
a. What are their conflict handling styles?
2. Factors contributing to conflict
a. Different cultures
b. Communication failure
B. What has been done to mitigate the conflict?
i.i. What conflict handling modes have been utilized?
i.ii. Which mode was most...
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Will North Korea in due time undergo changes or experience implosions sooner or later ? Is a big changing or a revolution similar to the Arab Spring possible in North Korea?
The answer from me and most scholars and intelligence analysts has been ‘‘NO’’
The Pyongyang regime’s stability in the aftermath of the events in the Middle East and North Africa is an ‘‘old question’’ that was answered in the 1990s when the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, North Korea) faced the most critical test of its life, and survived. The collapse of the Soviet Union, the drastic cuts in patron aid from China, and the onset of famine that killed hundreds of thousands all constituted the ultimate...
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The First and Second Continental Congress
Dr. Robert Young
May 22, 2014
From 1774 to 1789, the first Continental Congress served as the single government of the original 13 American colonies and later to become the United States of America. It was comprised of delegates from the colonies which met in 1774 to the reaction of the Coercive Acts which were a series of measures imposed by the British government on the colonies in response to their resistance to the new taxes imposed by the British. The American dream is built upon a foundation of struggles and gains, along with more struggles. A look back to early American history provides one with a timeline that...
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Significant Events through the year’s 1950’s-1990’s
19 February 2012
When you consider the term powerful and what it takes to be given this title, many would think of the United States. Over the course of decades, the United States has faced many obstacles in its path, threatening and challenging its wealth. The United States is a Country of free thinking with fruitful opportunities for the everyday people. The United States has faced many economic upswings, such as the baby boom era; has experienced excessive military spending, like the Reagan era; has dealt with wars, like Vietnam; and has even experienced political failure, like the Bay of Pigs and...
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The World is Not Enough:
Globalization, Guns, and Greed
by Kathryn E Smith
“…trade cannot be maintained without war or war without trade.”
Globalization is defined in many ways, and although it has been expanding and contracting over thousands of years, it has only in the past two centuries become a topic of such interest. Many think of globalization as “primarily a monetary phenomenon,” and although most definitions of globalization do only concern trade, it is more broadly “the process by which different regions of the world affect one another economically, politically, or culturally.” Today, military might is paramount in the expansion of...
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Throughout history slavery has been put in the spotlight. Whether it be positive or negative, slavery was at the forefront of an economy President Abraham Lincoln, in his second inaugural address said this, “One-eighth of the whole population were colored slaves, not distributed generally over the Union, but localized in the sourthern part of it. These slaves constituted a peculiar and powerful interest. All knew that this interest was somehow the cause of the war.” Was the civil war really about the freedom of slavery? Or was there an underlying reason for the Civil War?
Before the Civil War began, we see the life of one young African American slave, Celia, a fourteen year old girl. Celia...
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There are many views that people have of Cuba’s Fidel Castro. Castro is a figure with opinions on both ends of the spectrum. While he is not worldly popular at this point in his life, he was immensely beneficial to his country. Fidel Castro, leader of Cuba for the past 50 years may not be viewed in the best light, but he did phenomenal things for his people which makes him one of the most undervalued and overlooked political figures.
Fidel Castro Ruz was born in Biran, Cuba on August 13, 1926 (Britannica, 2014). Born into a middle class sugar farm owning family, Castro grew up relatively affluent but his origins pointed to anything but a revolutionary career. “I was born into a family of...
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Minnesota is the northernmost U.S. state apart from Alaska; its isolated Northwest Angle in Lake of the Woods is the only part of the 48 contiguous states lying north of the 49th Parallel. The state is part of the U.S. region known as the Upper Midwest. The state shares a Lake Superior water border with Michigan and Wisconsin on the northeast; the remainder of the eastern border is with Wisconsin. Iowa is to the south, North Dakota and South Dakota to the west, and the Canadian provinces of Ontario and Manitoba to the north. With 86,943 square miles (225,181 km²) or approximately 2.25% of the United States, Minnesota is the twelfth-largest state.
Minnesota contains some of the oldest rocks...
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Slavery as a social institution has been around since recorded history, it was not invented by the United States, it was however practiced and perpetuated to a level that at its peak created the highest number of millionaires per capita to have ever existed. In order to understand the full spectrum of such a monumental racial issue, not only must case to case examples be explored; but also the demographics of these generations, socially and economically. The United State’s industrial beginnings were fueled by slavery, over generations of struggle, and unimaginable stories of Africans, it has finally been constitutionally bound, amended, and re-amended, that the...
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Examination of Clinical Psychology
University of Phoenix
Examination of Clinical Psychology
Clinical psychology is an area of psychology which seeks to find and understand the various behavioral problems humans possess, and the possible psychological problems and disorders. “According to the APA, clinical psychology attempts to use the principles of psychology to better understand, predict, and alleviate intellectual, emotional, biological, psychological, social, and behavioral aspects of human functioning (APA, 2009a)”(Plante, 2011, pg. 5). For one to gain a better understanding of clinical psychology, the history and evolving nature...