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The report “Why ISIS’ Deadly Attacks Could Backfire” by ABC News Contributor Lee Ferran recounts the recent beheading of Egyptian Copts in Lybia by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. The text, accordingly, is a clear example of conflict. The aspect of conflict, however, in this article functions in...

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Examine the Purpose of the Treaty Diplomatic relations among nations are developed by the use of sustainable policies that outline action steps to address specific scenarios. The Prevention and Punishment of Crimes against Internationally Protected Persons, including Diplomatic Agents is an example of a convention developed in response to cases...

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Joseph Martin in his account of the events of the Revolutionary war provides a narrative which reflects his personal feelings and describes what he encountered as a soldier fighting against the British military forces. This paper will discuss the reasons that drove Martin to take part in the war, assess...

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The Civil War as well as the period before it remains one of the focal points of research among modern historians. These days the causes of the coming of the War are grouped around one of the following school of thoughts: Blundering Generation and Irrepressible Conflict. The first group of...

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Stephen Crane’s “War is Kind” is all about explaining why men choose to go and die in war. Even though it is brutal, war provides some level of satisfaction to its adherents, and thus, it is more complex than what it seems. In the work, one of the seminal lines...

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Wars and conflict cause massive injuries that require immediate attention hence the need and appreciation of pre-hospital medical care. This is the initial medical service rendered to an injured person by other people before the injured reaches the hospital. It is a life-saving service during risk situations. However, several challenges...

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Since 1991 Somalia has been entrenched in a ferocious civil war after the overthrow of their long-standing military regime. There have been several different forms of government in place and various international forces have entered the conflict on behalf of the Somali government. One of these nations has been the...

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When after more than 130 years of colonial rule by France, the Algerian War commenced in 1954, Albert Camus was distraught. The second youngest writer to ever win the Nobel Prize was born in Algeria in 1913 and left his homeland in 1942 when the newspaper he voiced his opposition...

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For the Dani tribe, warfare is a way of life. In many African tribes, warfare a result civil and family disputes that often result in a rearrangement of family ties, alliances, and boundaries. The Dani practice two different types of warfare, ritual and secular. Secular warfare is similar to the...

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German’s World War II techniques sprang from Adolf Hitler, who was the country’s autocratic leader and made several of all major decisions for German (Weinberg 74). During Hitler’s reign, German was mainly the aggressor with Hitler taking the initiative in the start of World War II to pick the time...

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The current humanitarian crisis in Syria is the worst that has been experienced in the 21st century. The civil war currently taking place in Syria is termed as the worst and deadliest conflict that has been experienced in the 21st century (Al Jazeera). No one in the nation has been...

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Problem Background Jordan has a rich and long-standing history of playing the role of a hostess for refugees from different countries. According to the statistics of 2015 presented by the Greater Amman Municipality, the total number of the refugees in the state was about 30.6% of the overall population with...

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The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in United States is an agency operated by the government military veteran benefit program. This department main agenda is administration of programs of veteran’s benefits, the survivors and their families. Some of the benefits included in this program include vocational rehabilitation, life insurance, survivor’s...

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The nation of Israel is a densely populated country located on the Mediterranean Sea, and is the only nation in the world that has a majority Jewish population (Israel Profile.) Since Israel was created in 1948, it has been involved in an intense and constant struggle with the Palestinian population...

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Following the Revolution, Texas became its own state, thus becoming the 28th state of the United States of America. The Texas Revolution produced a number of effects economically, socially, and also politically. The Texas Revolution spurred a number of effects and changes in regards to the political scene of the...

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Abstract The events which were depicted on the movie titled: World War Z demonstrated the potential occurrences in the event of a pandemic. Pandemics are outbreaks of disease which cause mortality among the population. The present threat which is the H5N1 virus will be reviewed. The research which has been...

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William Ruger, a veteran of Afghan War, argues in an opinion editorial in the New York Times that America’s military interventions have been failures, and it is time for the country to adopt more realistic foreign policy that acknowledge the country’s limitations and declining influence in the world. He proposes...

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Sun Tzu's treatise The Art of War upon a first reading seems to be primarily a military treatist, above all concerned with attempting to establish a rigorous and almost scientific theory of the entirely chaotic phenomenon of war. Nevertheless, the way in which Sun Tzu structures his text and the...

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New UN reports as well as other US reports have revealed that the Syrian government is using chemical weapons in the ongoing conflict in Syria. Chemical attacks have left many dead including children. Use of chemicals in war is a violation of all war rules especially due to its detrimental...

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The Impacts of Chemical Warfare During World War I The development and use of chemical weapons became widespread during World War I. This war was mainly caused by economic rivalry, ideological differences, and competition for colonization. World War 1 occurred between 1914 and 1918 with rivals being from either central...

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It is the central argument of this paper that the rhetoric and language of the administration of war always appears to take on a life of its own and is separate from the lived experience of both the soldiers who fight in war and civilians who are caught up in...

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The use of children as soldiers is common in many conflict-ridden developing nations today. Even in some industrialized nations, such as the Philippines, they are used by militant groups, though these are rarely sanctioned by the state. Current international law, including Article 38 of the United Nations Convention on the...

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During the Civil War, both sides had clearly defined goals and strategies. For the Confederacy, its major goals were to secure independence from the North as well as to establish a separate nation that was independent of the political oppression of the northern states as well as slavery (The Civil...

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The United States of America is currently engaged in military conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Both of these engagements can traced directly to the terrorist attacks of September 11th in which the two World Trade Centre skyscrapers were destroyed in New York City and thousands of American citizens were killed....

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In describing the threat of communism to the United States, President Dwight D. Eisenhower employed a famous metaphor that could come to shape much of America’s foreign strategy on containment of what it perceived to be a communist threat. He opined that countries under the direct threat of communism were...

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