Research Papers on All Global & Comparative Politics

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  • The United Nations' Efforts to Control Drug Trafficking in Thailand, Laos, Myanmar, and Korea Commission On Narcotics & Drugs

    An overview of the United Nations' Commission on Narcotics and Drugs is the focus of this two page paper in which its efforts to curtail drug manufacturing and trafficking in these regions are discussed. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Sexuality Regulation

    In four pages this paper discusses how sexuality is defined, regulated and protected by the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States and the World Association for Sexology. One source is cited in the bibliography.

  • Neoliberal, Radical and Transformationalist Approaches to Explain the Way Globalization Impacts on Culture

    There is doubt that globalization is having an impact on culture, especially on the cultural developing countries. The writer utilizes the concepts of globalization as seen from the models of the neoliberal approach, the radical approach and the transformationalist approach. Following a discussion on these frameworks the impact of globalization has had on the culture of areas such as China and India is discussed. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography this ten page paper.

  • Criminal Justice and Globalization

    In a paper of nine pages, the writer looks at globalization. Criminal justice is examined for the ways in which it has been impacted by globalization. Paper uses four sources.

  • International Relations and Next Debate Issue

    In three pages this paper discusses international relations and how the next debate will involve globalization and responsibility rather than power.

  • Pakistan, India, China, and Growing Cotton Growing

    In seven pages the impacts of colonization and globalization on the cotton growing industry in Pakistan, India, and China are discussed with an emphasis upon cotton globalization's political and economic consequences. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • International Participation, the United Nations, and Human Rights

    In eight pages this research paper examines how the U.N. approaches human rights issues in a discussion of organizations such as the Egypt State Security Investigation and the Human Rights Commission that have been established to enforce global human rights. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Human Rights Violations and the 2001 United Kingdom Anti Terrorism, Crime and Security Act

    In five pages this paper examines the 2001 UK Act in terms of restrictions and the criticism it has drawn for human rights violations. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations

    An 11 page analysis of Samuel Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations. Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.

  • World Politics

    This 7 page paper discusses the difficulties of trying to examine politics at a global level. The writer examines the ways in which people try to understand, explain and interpret global politics as well as the institutions and processes we believe govern world politics. The writer examines the main theories of world politics, then assesses key world political issues. The writer also examines the strengths and weaknesses of liberal internationalism. There are 8 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Explaining Iran's Nuclear Position Using Structuralism

    This 4 page paper discusses the way in which structuralism can be used to justify Iran's nuclear position. There is 1 source listed in the bibliography.

  • Iran and its’ Nuclear Power Program

    This 5 page paper gives a general overview of the nuclear program in Iran. The paper starts by looking at the history and the development of the program, including the help from the US under the Atoms for Peace program. The paper considers the development and difficulties faced by the program and bring the events up to date to the position in 2007. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

  • Pakistan and Income Inequality

    In 12 pages this paper presents global and local perspectives on income equality as experienced in Pakistan. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Conflict Between Palestinians and Israelis

    In seven pages this paper takes a fictitious perspective regarding the Arab and Israeli conflict in which the problem of Palestinian refugees has necessitated a leader briefing in Saudi Arabia. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Does the World Trade Organization Hinder Economic Growth in Developing Countries?

    This argumentative paper is written in support of the view that the World Trade Organization (WTO) and its regulations, along with the global political culture of the 21st century, are a hindrance to the economic growth of developing countries, supporting the ongoing dominance of existing developed countries and slowing growth which occurs as a result of comparative advantage. Four sources are cited in the bibliography this three page paper.

  • Economic Prosperity and Countries of the World

    In three pages this research paper examines the growth of China and India in a consideration of why some countries enjoy greater economic prosperity than others. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Environmental Pollution and Racism

    The connection between environmental pollution and racism is examined in 5 pages. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Global Implications of Disease Pathology

    In five pages this paper discusses disease pathology and its global implications with effects of human transfer of disease and ecological changes considered with Jenner's disease monitoring procedures examined in terms of the benefits it provides both globally and locally according to regional studies. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Pros and Cons of Flat Tax and Progressive Tax

    This 7 page paper gives an overview of both the progressive and flat tax systems. This paper includes the pros and cons of both system. Bibliography list 3 sources.

  • Johan Galtung’s Peaceful Approach to Peace

    Using the peace research approach to conflict resolution the paper assesses the way conflicts may be understood and resolve with the aim to gain long term peace and the argument that it is a global rather than a national issue. Seven sources are cited in this eight page paper.

  • Asylum Seeking

    In ten pages this paper discusses asylum seekers and issues that refugees must consider regarding policies in Great Britain and United States. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • UK Welfare Benefits and Asylum Seekers' Dissertation Proposal

    In twenty two pages this paper presents a dissertation proposal involving the UK welfare system's impact upon seekers of asylum with emphasis upon Somali women and children. The typical research proposal format including questions, methodology, and current literature is presented. Forty five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Could the Leaders of Boko Haram be Charged with Crimes Agsinst Humanity?

    Boko Haram are an Islamic jihadist organization based in Nigeria who became known for the kidnapping of more than 200 Christian schoolgirls in 2014. This paper considers the actions of Boko Haram in order to assess whether or not there is the potential for a criminal case to be brought under international law. The paper draws on international law laid down in the Rome Statute and the way the law has been interpreted in previous cases. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography of this eight page paper.

  • Genocide Since World War II

    This 6 page paper defines genocide, describes the 8 steps of genocide, and then discusses the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Analysis of Work: Laying Out the Bare Bones of Genocide

    This 3 page paper gives an overview of the work titled “Laying Out the Bare Bones of Genocide”. This paper includes a discussion of genocide and how to avoid the issue of indifference. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • The Issues of the Composite Talks between India and Pakistan

    The writer identifies the relevant issues for negotiation between India and Pakistan in the ‘composite talks’, the writer defines the key points of disagreement over Kashmir, and the different perspectives of the main parties and considers which parties, including those not at the negotiation table, who may have an impact on the negotiation and its outcome. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography of this sixteen page paper.

  • Is the Social Constructivism Paradigm the Most Appropriate Security Models for the 21st Century?

    The writer considers whether or not the adoption of a social constructivism approach to security is the best model for the modern environment, discussing this in the context of the modern political world and current security threats. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • Causes and Results of Brazil's Military Rule from 1964 to 1985

    In ten pages this paper examines Joao Goulart's role in military action in Brazil in a consideration of why the military seized control in 1964 with socioeconomic issues among the topics discussed. Seven sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • 'The End of History?' by Francis Fukuyama

    In seventeen pages Fukuyama's essay is outlined and explained in terms of the articulated thesis regarding the last man at the end of history with the writer's own personal reflections also among the topics of discussion. Twenty one sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Global Population Analysis

    In six pages this essay analyzes the populations of Australia, the United Kingdom, Iraq, Costa Rica and Rwanda in terms of demographics, the differences in mortality and life expectancy rates, the impact in population growth and other relevant issues. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography along with two tables that are also provided.

  • Was the Iraq War Illegal?

    In 2003 the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia invaded Iraq. The war was controversial, justified to many of the electorate as a response to the Iraq's build up of weapons of mass destruction (WMD). The legal justification was more complex that the political rhetoric, based on international law and the failure of Iraq to comply with security council resolutions. The various issues are identified and discussed, including the events prior to the war and the differences between justifications given by the UK and Australia and the justifications of the US. Twenty six sources are cited in this twenty-six page paper

  • Terrorism and Security Policies

    In fourteen pages this paper examines increased terrorism and the changes made to security policies that have resulted with Australian security measures featured in the second and their portions of this paper. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

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  • Citizenship, Democracy, and the Effects of Taxation

    In six pages this paper presents a study on how taxation is used by democracies in a consideration of how citizenship and rights in a democracy are impacted by taxation. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Conflict Theory of Karl Marx and Views of Terrorism

    22 pages and 20 sources. This paper provides an overview of the processes involved in the development of terrorism and in the types of terrorism that have formed over the centuries. This paper provides an overview of the factors related to terrorist thinking, the causes and the implications of conflict theory in understanding recent acts of terrorism.

  • Terrorism/Comparing Countries

    An 8 page research paper that discusses the international response to terrorism. Terrorism is the principal focus of American foreign policy, but it also plays an intrinsic role in both the domestic and foreign policies of other countries. The following investigation looks briefly at the issue of terrorism in six nations: England (Great Britain), France, Germany, China, Japan and Saudi Arabia, and then offers a discussion that compares and contrasts their policies. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Post-Cold War Policies to Facilitate “One Europe”

    This 7 page paper discusses what might be done to facilitate the post-cold-war dream of “one Europe.” Bibliography lists 8 sources

  • U.S. Grand Strategy Models

    A 6 page paper. Two models for the grand strategy are explained: selective engagement and primacy. The essay includes comments in terms of how these strategies meet the criteria for a grand strategy as issued by the U.S. Army College. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Service and Volunteerism in the US, Chile, and France

    Community Service and volunteerism in these three countries are contrasted and compared in a paper consisting of five pages. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Struggle for World Peace: More Attainable Now Than Ever Before

    This 5 page paper argues that with the end of the Cold War, world peace is now potentially more attainable than at any time in history. Nations freed from the threat of nuclear annhilation are free to concentrate on finding ways to end poverty, hunger, terrorism and drug smuggling.

  • Bahrain; Women’s Rights

    The government of Bahrain has made a commitment to women and developing women’s rights. This 3 page paper looks at the progress and areas of achievement and considers the current political aspects of women rights in the country and considers areas where political moves to increase equality may be argued as still required. The bibliography cites 5 sources.


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