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There is a massive movement supporting that central banks are free of state intervention; if a bank is free from political intervention, then it will focus on creating healthy monetary policy. These policies however, have been altered by the Eurozone Crisis. In a larger discussion, various central banks have had...

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Since the mid-200s the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea have been active with pirates seeking to ransom ships and their loads and crew. This situation has required alternative routes or procedures; either the areas were avoided, or considerable security had to be provided. There is a considerable economic...

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For veterans, particularly service-disabled, it is heartening to realize that Congress provides support beyond platitudes. In fact, veterans can compete for contracts that will help to grow and sustain small business ideas. One battle-scarred hero hopes to turn his model airplane hobby into a profitable enterprise making small remote control...

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According to the article, from a statistical inference point, responses to the President-elect Donald Trump's inaugurals ceremony reflect a less popular Republican government in office as compared to previous administrations. However, Republicans had a stronger response than Democrats. According to Trump speech, that drew doubt when he said, "You came...

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One of my roles as a campaign manager is soliciting funds for my presidential candidate to facilitate campaign expenditure. Indeed, fundraising is one of the most effective ways of raising campaign finances. In this case my presidential candidate, Natalie Portman is an educated linguist and a scientist as well. Indeed,...

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The campaign for the mayor of Los Angeles has approximately one dozen candidates. One candidate is the incumbent mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti. Garcetti is a registered member of the Democratic party and became the mayor of Los Angeles in a nonpartisan election for mayor in 2013. Garcetti’s political...

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I feel it essential for the government to step in to limit the formation of monopoly. I strongly think that this should be done to protect the interest of the consumers. If the two organizations are allowed to merge, then, they will be in charge of setting consumer prices. This...

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Duncan Hunter is a United States Representative serving San Diego County, which is the 52nd Congressional District in California (Lichtblau, 2018). He has been in office since 2009 (Lichtblau, 2018). In 2017, the Justice Department opened investigations against the California Congressman regarding allegations that he spent hundreds of thousands of...

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Rather than confronting Hitler directly, those opposed to his ideologies, such as Bonhoeffer, could have embraced more effective options. The initial plan of leaking military intelligence to the allies was the best option since it would have given the enemy a chance to overthrow his government. Notably, Hitler had the...

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While Calvin and Luther were both critical leaders of the Reformation, there were some significant differences between them with regards to how they believed the churches should be run. Luther’s church was much more formal and established than Calvin’s church. Calvin’s church consisted of a number of smaller churches. This...

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Summarize in your own words how the churches responded to Nazism. Would you be prepared to use either of the words 'resist' or 'collaborate'? In most cases the position of the church could not be defined as collaborating or resisting Nazism. The approach of the church was tough because they...

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Of the states that were independent, but not colonial powers themselves, all are somewhat fragile. For the most part these states are found in the southern hemisphere, which has worse results overall in comparison to the northern hemisphere. The western hemisphere also contains more countries with more stable rankings than...

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The Foreign Policy index of Fragile States and the Index of State Weakness in the Developing World, produced by the Brookings Institute, incorporate distinctive methodologies and analysis so as to determine the strength or weakness of nation-states. In this regard, for both reports, what is immediately crucial is how strength...

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Of the foreign policies proposed by American presidents in the first two decades of the twentieth century, Woodrow Wilson’s conception of moral diplomacy has had the most far-reaching effects. Indeed, one still sees echoes of the guiding principles of moral diplomacy in the present day. Although Wilson’s proposals were intended...

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Abstract There are several city government policies that can help move a municipality forward. These policies tend to involve public engagement and the ability to adjust on the fly. City governments that are versatile are almost always better when it comes to fully achieving their stated objectives. The city of...

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End of colonialism is used to describe the withdrawal of the exploitations, establishments, acquisitions and maintenance that was created by the colonial masters in other people’s territories. Most of the colonies had come from Europe and started colonizing countries in Africa, Asia and America. The end colonialism brought about a...

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Theoretical Framework The study of International Relations (IR) still remains a challenging task given the complexity of the issues involved. From culture, religion, gender, security to economics, the issues that define the international interaction space are myriad. Thus, numerous theories exist, but none can explain the impact of regional religious...

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"That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind"(Apollo 11, np). Neil Armstrong's words resonated in the hearts and minds of those who were glued to their televisions. July 20th, 1969 was a historic day that is considered to have changed the world. It was a significant advancement...

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Based on Barber’s theory, I classify the character of former US President Barack Obama under the active/positive group. During his term in office, Obama performed his political roles actively and enjoyed them. These presidents tend to have huge national plans and ambitions and they are optimistic, self-confident, joyful, and flexible...

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Peter Linebaugh’s The Magna Carta Manifesto: Liberties and Commons for All argues that the foundational document of Anglo-Saxon law, the Magna Carta, is at once a revolutionary document, in so far as, according to the author, it is a statement against “state despotism.” (22) With a particular emphasis on the...

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Many different documents have worked to shape our nation, including the Monroe Doctrine. American foreign policy has always remained relatively standardized, but few people know, or remember, the reason why this is the case. The Monroe Doctrine, included in “President James Monroe’s 1823 annual message to Congress contained the Monroe...

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Throughout the course of this reflective marker, I will be putting forward my thoughts on the importance of institutions in shaping governance outcomes in less affluent nations. Attention will be paid to analysing all relevant issues and focussing upon related information from the course material. The aim will be to...

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If any single strategy may be said to define Donald Trump's victory speech, broadcast on the 9th of Nov., 2016, it is one based on “speaking the language” of the ordinary person. As will be seen, Trump very much relies on pathos and ethos, with some appeal to logos added,...

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The office of President of the United States, regardless of party diversification, public opinion, global events, or even personal judgment, is an honor granted to the one elected via constitutional parlay to serve the American citizens. It is also a complex, comprehensive, an exhausting life for the four or at...

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In his book entitled Abraham Lincoln and the Second American Revolution, James M. McPherson discusses the life of Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth president of The United States of America, along with the Civil War in which he was involved. McPherson can be considered one of the most reputable historians and...

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