Will China be the Next Superpower?
According to Pei (2010), China is a great power, but it has yet done all that is needed to effectively meet all of the
required standards to even be considered as the next superpower. Because China still has some major b
Week 3DB: Is Nuclear Iran a Global Security Threat?
According to Gold (2009), the United States, Israel, and many other Middle Eastern nations should definitely see
the rise of nuclear Iran as a global security threat. Gold, as a result, effectively point
PSC105L Term Paper
Breach begins with a public service announcement. The statement made is that the FBI
finally caught Robert Hanssen for espionage in the form of a security breach that sent millions of
dollars worth of inf
*Important: * Read all instructions before starting on the project!
_You have the right to choose either an individual project or a group
The U.S. engaged in over 130 military endeavors since 1800. Here is some
of the most r
*An Open Discussion on the Decision to Invade/Liberate Iraq*
/*The strongest arguments made to support the decision to initiate the
operation "Iraqi Freedom" are:*/
1- Saddam was and evil dictator who used WMDs against his own people.
2- Saddam refused to
US Foreign Policy Instruments (cont.)
2. Covert Actions
1. Trumans Doctrine is the basis of CIA
T. Doctrine commits the U.S. to an active internationalist role in post
WWII thus the Congress passed a new National Security Act which created
US Foreign Policy Instruments
1. Military Intervention
*Watch this video.*
A. The Legacy of the WWII
* The National Security Council issued a top-secret memorandum known as
NSC-68. This docume
The Current Perspective on US Foreign Policy
1. How did the presidents of the U.S. perceive the US role after
WWII? P. 37
Download the player <http:/www.videolan.org/> to watch the videos.
* The Cold War was a_zero-sum game_ (Video <audio/ColdWarStag
Main Concepts in Foreign Policy Analysis
The main claim: American Century (Henry Luce 1941).
*"Only America can effectively state the aims of this (II) war" Till
now, the US is in a class by itself. (p. 4)*
* The book claims that: "no other country c
1- WWI <http:/www.schoolshistory.org.uk/firstworldwar2.htm>
The legacy of the WWI:
a- Destructed Germany.
b- No more Ottoman Empire
*Study Guide for the Second Exam*
*Study Guide for the Second Exam*
You will be asked to respond to FOUR of the following five essays (the
four of them will be obligatory):
*_First_*, We discussed in class the concepts of domino effect,
Define the following concepts and show how relevant they are to the US
foreign policy. Do not assume that the relevance is clear. Use specific
1- Legacies of the first and second world wars and their impacts on
*Study Guide for the Final*
This study guide will provide you with a general idea about how the
final exam will look like. I have the right to ask you questions from
all the material discussed in class.
Again, the exam will be around, but not limited to
*World Events - Continued*
* Vietnam 1954 <http:/faculty.smu.edu/dsimon/Change-Vietb.html>: The
French refused to withdraw after WWII. The US supported them fearing
the Soviet's expansion (containment strategy). Vietnam became part
of the Cold War
A Helping Hand 1
Table of contents
Vision and Mission Statement for Xerox Company
Xerox overall strategy
Key problems faced by Xerox
Strategic alternatives for Xerox
Processes to address tasks of strategic management
Mike Yeagley PSC 315 Question 3 The civil rights movement is a very important movement in this country. Not only did it allow for African-Americans to fight for their rights under the constitution, but the spillover effects from this movement allowed for
Socrates: Philosopher or Politician?
An analysis of Machiavelli's "Prince" regarding whether Socrates was or should have been involved in politics
Danielle Legacy 29 February 2008 E. Clayton PSC275 Socrates: Phil