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Northern Ireland: The Influence of the Sinn Fein and the British Army
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A 6 page contention that the role of the British Army has been significantly impacted by a number of factors throughout history. The author of this paper asserts that the Sinn Fein, an Irish nationalist political party, has comprised one of the most influential of these factors since its inception by Irish journalist Arthur Griffith in 1905. Indeed, the Sinn Fein has been instrumental in a number of political aspects, not the least of which has been the formation of an independent Irish republic. The activities of the Sinn Fein, therefore, have held tremendous significance to the role of the British Army in that they have kept military forces committed to the homeland, a commitment which has resulted not only in excessive manpower as well as economic commitments. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PPbArmy.rtf

Northrup on History
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This 4 page paper discusses David Northrup’s idea that history should be considered as comprising two periods, before and after 1000 AD, rather than the current ancient-medieval-modern pattern. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVNthrup. Rtf

Nuclear Proliferation: A Proposal for a Comparison of U.S. and Russian Interest
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A 5 page overview of the concerns surrounding nuclear proliferation. Notes that while on the one hand Russia denounces nuclear proliferation, she is on record as supporting nuclear proliferation in the Middle East, China and South Asia. The problem which confronts the U.S. therefore, regardless of the choice which is made as to whether to emphasize maintaining international stability or heading up a worldwide move toward democracy, is determining Russia motives in nuclear proliferation and addressing those motives. Suggests a comparison of U.S. and Russian foreignpolicy to identify common ground which can be used in the developmentof an effective nuclear nonproliferation treaty. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPnuclPr.wps

Obstacles Facing the European Union In Establishing a Common Foreign and Security Policy
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A 7 page discussion of whether the European Union will be able to pick up the political pieces after the Iraq war and forge ahead in the establishment of an effective common foreign and security policy. The author outlines the potential for this feat as well as the obstacles encountered historically which make it clear it will be a difficult task to accomplish. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: PPeuIraq.rtf

Obstacles to EU Political Union
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This 3 page paper considers some of the reasons why the EU, successful economically, cannot seem to unite politically. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVpoluni.rtf

Old Regime in France
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A 3 page paper which examines whether the congress of Vienna restored the old regime of France. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAfrre2.rtf

OLYMPICS IN THE THIRD REICH
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This paper provides an analysis about the political forces that were behind the bright and splashy pagentry of the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin. The paper also examines the work of one of the most famous filmmakers in Germany at the time, Leni Riefenstahl. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MTnazoly.rtf

On The Eve Of World War I
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6 pages in length. One the eve of World War I, there existed a disagreement between the "optimists" and the "pessimists" as to the impending global conflict. The optimists felt that the Russian state and society were gradually evolving into something better during the final decades of the nineteenth century, believing that the evolution was accelerated by the events of 1905 and after. The pessimists, on the other hand, strongly disagreed and focused instead upon autocratic intransigence and other forces that tended to hide serious change. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCeve.doc


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