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America’s Fear: The Sino-Russian Relation

The subject of the China-US-Russia triangle, as well as its impact on the world order, is often the topic of international policy experts. In the year 1971, Kissinger and Nixon made the decision to capitalize on China’s uncertainty of the USSR with the US relations with China. The strategic move resulted in a triangle with […]

How Hitler managed and controlled his army. The end of the Nazi party

Abstract Hitler was a gifted orator and demagogue. Being a quirky apologist for terror and unlimited violence, he was leading a party through political storms and economic difficulties of the 1920s and early 1930s, prevented its failure, and gained the trust of millions of Germans. He was playing on the most sensitive strings of the […]

Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol Act

The Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol Act was introduced to the 114th congress on the 20th of February 2015. The Law was sponsored by the Colorado representative to the House of Representatives as a way of legalizing Marijuana in the United States of America. The Act seeks to compel the attorney general to remove Marijuana from […]

Political Corruption Unmasked

Like cancer, corruption penetrates the political scene, then spreads to culture, and finally affects the economy of the society. Thus, corruption succeeds in destroying the normal functioning of the vital organs of the States. Nowadays, corruption is one of the greatest challenges that the modern world faces. It undermines the efficient work of governments and […]

Terrorism and Civil Liberties

Terrorism poses a serious danger to the development of the modern world. The right to security is one of the main rights while protection is one of the major responsibilities of the state. Thus, the latter has an obligation to guarantee the possibility to enjoy human rights to its citizens by taking positive action for […]

Iraq Relations with the Arab League Countries

It is a general idea that the League of Arab States was founded upon a British initiative at the time of the World War II in order to create a union of Arab countries that would be resistant to other alien countries. It was founded in March 1945 by the seven founding members: Iraq, Egypt, […]

Institutional Theory

The institutional theory describes the preference of peace and war as a function of preference of states’ leaders in terms of the states’ international relations. Proponents of this theory considered that warfare has negative or zero payoffs when warfighting is put in place of its goal (second premise). They argue that the cost of war […]

Cooperation or Hegemony

The contemporary global trade system has experienced significant changes over the last few decades. It has gradually developed into a rule-based bureaucratic regime. The commerce regulations are originating from international agreements that attempt to facilitate and sustain economic development. These trade rules are often categorized against the decrees of the developing national governments that mostly […]

Response to the Book The Will to Improve

The society has appeared as a result of people’s desire to improve. Hierarchy helped to create order and divide responsibilities for the common good. However, the history of mankind has provided many examples of abusive power applications and imposing reforms profitable only for the ruling elite. Despite the development of humanitarian thought in the 20th […]

Confucian Moral Theory and Practice

The Confucian moral theory has a long history is popular in East Asia, mostly Vietnam, Japan, Korea, and China. It is evident that Confucianism has influenced historical interpretation, cultural attitudes, moral teaching, educational philosophy, ritual exchange, social relationships, and political thought and institution. Despite the intensive westernization and modernization, Confucian values remain crucial for the […]