In December 1997, the U.S. government tentatively agreed at a United Nations meeting in Kyoto, Japan, to reduce nationwide emissions of greenhouse gasses by 7 percent below 1990 levels. This goal would be achieved by reducing the combustion of fossil fuels sufficiently to diminish emission levels in 2010 to 41 percent below whe
What is meant by the North-South gap? What is the South-South gap? Which one is more prevalent today? Why?
Based upon the reasons why terrorism is so difficult to combat, what can a country like the U.S. do to protect itself? How reasonable are these protections? What would the cost be?
What is horizontal proliferation? Will horizontal proliferation increase or decrease in the future? Why?
A.) What is perceived to be the main role of the UN today? b.) According to its 1945 Charter, what is supposed to be the main role of the UN? c.) What would be the effects of eliminating or restructuring the UN?
How did the Cuban Missile Crisis happen? Why did the Soviets want missiles in Cuba? How did EXCOMM avoid nuclear war?
Which systemic theory of war, bipolarity or multipolarity, has more validity currently in international relations? Why? Give examples.
What is hegemony? Is there hegemony in the international system today? Why/why not? If so, who is/are the hegemonic power(s)?
What is a multilateral nation? Which nations are best served by being multilateral?
What is isolationism? Does isolationism have any place in the global market currently? Why/why not? Please give me some examples
Choose a city to research, like Baltimore. Evaluate how "livable" your city is. Come up with at least five tasks to determine livability. Determine, in your opinion, if the city can be considered livable. Justify your opinion based upon the information gathered. For any items that are considered to not help the city's livabilit
There is a big controversy currently about the Electoral College. Briefly explain how the EC works. Why should we keep Electoral College in the U.S. Presidential elections?
If you were asked to become the minister or secretary in the Federal Government or United Nations in charge of doing something about global warming, what policies would you attempt to implement? Why?
I would like some sources and talking point suggestions for an essay for the following statement. Support and refute the following statement: "Democracyis the best form of government for all the world's inhabitants
Outline/Timeline and list of resources of legal and political issues stalling the Yucca Mountain Project from local officals to congressman of Nevada.
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."
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
To what extent does realist theory help to explain the incedence of international terrorism What specific should be developed? Are stated motivations neccessarily the real motivations? Can religious motivations fit into a theory that explains everything in terms of power? Realism dont teach about moral values, and these
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?
Social Constructivism in International Relations: A Review of Nicholas Onuf's World of Our Making: Rules and Rule in Social Theory and International Relations and
Review of Nicholas Onuf's World of Our Making: Rules and Rule in Social Theory and International Relations and "Constructivism: A User's Manual," in International Relations in a Constructed World
Question: What are the three main schools of thought that form the basis of international relations theory and what relationship if any do they have to the two main political philosophies in America?
An outline of definitions on Sustainable Development.
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
China's Foreign Policy in the the Twenty-First Century Outline of factors and conclusion of likely course of Chinese foreign policy
What factors will contribute to the course of Chinese foreign policy in the 21st Century? What direction will China take? These and other questions are addressed in this solution.
With the end of the Cold War, conflicts between smaller nation states have become increasingly common and violent. How has modern European history impacted the lives of millions in Africa who are completely removed by time and distance from the sources of the conflict?
Electoral systems differ between various nations. Consider the U.K. and address briefly the kind of electoral system that Britain has?
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
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