Introduction Sovereign states do not exist in a vacuum as they operate and relate with other nations and multinational organizations on the international plane. The relationships and interactions between different states and multinational organizations in the international plane are based on several foreign policy models. Foreign policy approaches, such as the rational actor and bureaucratic
Part A: Critique of Presentation The presentation is based on a case study of the Rwandan genocide that caused more than 800,000 lives in 1994. The Rwandan genocide involved internecine killing between the two major ethnic groups that make up Rwanda – the Hutus and Tutsis. During the genocide, the Hutus, being the majority, planned
Week Seven: Globalization and the impact of supranational organizations What factors resulted in the creation of the European Union (EU)? What is the future of this organization, given the problems it faces today? Please provide specific examples. In-text citations please no footnotes.
Given the rising problem of piracy on the high seas, and the questions that states have over signing maritime treaties into law for all, how should we best maintain freedom of navigation? Please provide specific examples. In-text citations no footnotes please. Use if possible book located via link below.
In the 1980s, the indigenous social movements emerged, an event that was occasioned by political liberalization in Latin America to join a protest fuelled by the bad social and economic conditions. Edward states that “These movements were the beginning of a new form of mobilization and protests for indigenous people that affected the politics of
The education of girls is an essential policy objective in the expansion and improvement of any society. In China, learning and development of girls are crucial for the realization of individual capabilities and the potential to transform themselves, the communities, and future families. Notwithstanding, girls with a primary level of education are wealthier and healthier
According to Tomja, system polarity refers to the number of blocs of states that exert power in the international system. There are three types of polarity, namely multipolarity, bipolarity, and hegemony. Multipolarity is where there are several influential actors in the international system which balances power. Bipolarity is where there are two influential actors which
A current event related to international relations is the Syrian Civil War. The war that began in March 2011 has continued to present and is considered one of the worst humanitarian crises since the end of the Cold War. About eight years into the war, it is approximated that 360,000 people have lost their lives
Personal security laws describes general conditions adopted after attempting various strategies and efforts to deter, delay, and provide adequate warning fail to prevent future criminal acts. The primary essence of such laws is to increase protections from possible physical violence or domestic attacks. In particular, the concept of Responsibility to Protect (R2P) embodies the intrinsic
The Global Food Security Index considers the fundamental issues of availability, affordability, and quality across different countries of the world. The index is constructed from 28 different indicators, as such, it can act as a qualitative and quantitative approach for benchmarking. These indicators are important in measuring food security drivers both in developed and developing