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Hegemonic Stability & Soft Power

I'm stuck with an essay question as to where to start - any suggestions? "Is soft power a challenge or a succession of the theory of hegemonic stability? Critically evaluate with examples."

Essay Guide: Electoral Systems - USA and Germany

This essay compares the electoral systems of two countries and the general effects they have on representation. Thesis: Through differences in their respective electoral systems, the German Government is more representative of the citizens' interests than the American Government which mostly represents the interests of mul

Masters level: UN and collective security

Essay question: To what extent does the experience of the League of Nations and the United Nations uphold the idea that the nature of the international system makes collective security impossible? any suggestions?

Colonial Rule: Influence in Cuban History

The question for the 3,000 word paper: Was colonial rule an unmitigated disaster for the people of Cuba, or can one argue that the colonial legacy in Cuba contained some positive elements from the viewpoint of the colonial subjects and their descendants? The class: Politics of the Developing World, 2nd year level Proble

The British Electoral System

Electoral systems differ between various nations. Consider the U.K. and address briefly the kind of electoral system that Britain has?

An exploration of the future of Iraq after operation Iraqi freedom

I would like to know what the most likely future of Iraq will look like after the war in respects to how the government is ran and how it will affect the citizens of Iraq including the Kurds. What are a couple sources I can link directly to this that would back or express an opinion of the future goverment? Will this new governm

The origins and differences of Scottish and Welsh Nationalism.

In 1997, both Scotland and Wales voted for increased independence from the central British government in London. However, while Scotland received a parliament with the power to pass laws, Wales merely received an assembly with power limited to administrative matters. Why does Scottish nationalism appear to be quite strong, whi