Women, Culture, and Development

IntroductionDespite the fact that feminists researchers began opening people’s eyes on ways in which development...

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Preventive Measures against Possible Student Visa Misuse

Bombing, that took place in Boston, gave grounds to debates around the current U.S. students’ visa policy. Accordi...

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Iran Contra Affair

The Iran–Contra affair is a political scandal that took place in the United States in 1986-1987. This affair was d...

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Climate Politics of Germany

Among the biggest challenges of the XXI century in the field of environmental policy are changes in the atmosphere and the climate system. Mostly caused by human activities, climate change is a real global problem. These days, it is considered one of the most serious obstacles to the security policy of the XXI century, which requires decisive actions of the worldwide community. Therefore, addressing issues of climate changes should be the main focus of the policy of ...

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The Islamic State

The extremist group, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant consisting of the remaining al-Qaeda terrorists was established after the defeat in the military conflict in Iraq. In 2011, the civil war in Syria enabled the militants to seize weapons, territory, oil, relics, and trade hostages. The illegal organization took the responsibility for a series of terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris in November 2015. The current paper seeks to examine the bloody event that led to the 140 innocent deaths, as well ...

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Analysis of features of the government of the United States of America

The United States of America (USA) is a federal constitutional republic in which the constitution is the supreme law of the land. The government is divided into two: the national government and state governments. The state governments operate autonomously and may carry out reforms as long as they do not contradict the federal laws. The national government is divided into three arms (Executive, Legislature, and Judiciary) that operate independently but are dependent on each other’s decisions to ...

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