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Azerbaijan National Security Brief
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U.S. and Azerbiajan national security strategy 2004. Discussed in this 12 page paper are national purpose, ideology, national interest, national power, threats, domestic, commitments, miligary strategy, international and foreign policy, and U.S. military involvement. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: jvAzerba.rtf

BASIS FOR THE 1917 FEBRUARY REVOLUTION IN RUSSIA
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This paper examines the long-term circumstances that eventually sparked Russia's "February Revolution." In describing the factors that launched the Revolution, the paper notes the events of Russia's history that bred discontent and eventual outright rebellion. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MTfebrev.rtf

Boris Yeltsin -- A Combination of Mother Russia and Modern Russia
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This 10 page report discusses Russia’s first elected president, Boris Yeltsin. Was he a an old-style Russian oligarch determined to take his rightful place in the leadership of his country? Or can he be better-defined as a leader firmly in touch with the needs and desires of the “real” Russians -- the people once described as the “proletariat.” He has been alternately adored and vilified, praised and blamed for the “new” Russia. But it should not be forgotten he certainly deserves credit for truly monumental achievements. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: BWboris.wps

Breaking With Moscow
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5 1/2 pages in length. Reviews the book "Breaking With Moscow" by Arkady Shevchenko. Discusses the international relations in regard to Shevchenko's defect to the United States. At age forty-seven Arkady Shevchenko was a twenty-two year veteran of the Soviet Foreign Service. From late 1970 until 1973, as an adviser to Gromyko he was able to observe the inner workings of the Politburo, the U.S.S.R.’s ruling body. He was an important prize for the Central Intelligence Agency, having been deep within the workings of the Soviet government—a place about which there was very little firsthand information. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: JGAmosco.doc

Budgetary Challenges and the European Union of the Future
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This 16 page report discusses a scenario in which the current members of the EU agree that Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia should be allowed to join the community by 2010. However, in this fictional scenario, their accession was only agreed after discussions over the economics of the “community” were addressed. The European nations which were the most decidedly “mainstream” in terms of their European identity -- Germany, France, Italy, et al -- found themselves facing questions regarding how legitimately European one should consider nations such as Estonia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Slovenia. Benefits, challenges, and potential problems are addressed. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: BWeubudg.wps

Bulgakov's The Master And Margarita
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A 4 page paper that offers a general discussion of The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov. The essay includes discussions on the parallels found in the work as well as the different levels on which the novel can be read. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGbulfk.rtf

BULGARIA, THE UNITED STATES AND INSTRUMENTS OF FOREIGN POLICY
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This 5-page paper discusses the United States, Bulgaria and the foreign relations between these two thorugh questions covering instruments of foreign policy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MTbulgar.rtf

Business Effect of Russia's Lack of Infrastructure
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A 5 page paper examining the lack of information management infrastructure as a factor contributing to the vastly uneven growth of the economy before its financial collapse in 1998. Many individual businesses were well equipped with the technological standards of business today, but they were concentrated in only a few major industries. All other segments of the economy did not fully share that good fortune—not only was infrastructure lacking in many areas but where it did exist there often were no qualified technical personnel to manage them. Observers believe that Russia will fare much better when the economy grows again. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Russia1.wps


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