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Intelligence Agencies’ Influence on Foreign Policy
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A 5 page paper describing the roles of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and the National Security Agency (NSA) in the US and how they affect formation of US foreign policy. The DIA and NSA fill complementary roles in America’s intelligence community. NSA oversees encryption activity, analyzes others’ intelligence activities and develops new technological applications, while DIA actively collects, analyzes and disseminates intelligence for the Defense department and Congress. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: KSsecNSA-DIA.rtf

Interdependence - International Economic Relations
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A 12 page paper that discusses globalization and international economic relations with an emphasis on the oil industry. First, the writer reports the latest definition of globalization as one that goes beyond interdependence to one that interlinks countries and the fact that we must expand our concept of globalization beyond economies. The political and economic power and influence of multinational corporations is discussed in relation to changing patterns of governance. The last part of the paper discusses the power and influence of the oil industry, which is very much a global industry, and how globalization has impacted this industry. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: PGoil.rtf

Interest Group Liberalism
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This 11 page report discusses the impact and influence of interest groups in the functions of government in the United States. Recently, it has appeared that the “people” with the best representation in the government are not individual people at all but the special interest groups that ostensibly position themselves to “represent” the thinking of the people. Bargaining groups or interests control the decisions of government and the end result is the creation of laws that apportion out the true power of the state to interest groups with the power and organization to influence government agencies, neglecting people who do not belong to such groups, and maintaining the privileges of those who do. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: BWintlib.wps

Interest Groups and the Democratic Process
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A 7 page paper which discusses what special interests groups are and how they generally prove helpful to the democratic process. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAintergrp.wps

Interest Groups and Their Ultimate Ineffectiveness
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A 4 page, analytical explication of an article entitled "Deregulation and Interest Group Influence" in which the author analyzes the potential impact of interest groups on group-based power using various pertinent issues and case studies such as the Group Motor Carrier Act of 1980. It is posited that the U.S. executive branch & office of the President have far too much influence and power to be considered truly "Democratic" in theme. Excellent for those studying courses related to political science. No Bibliography.
Filename: Intgrpar.wps

Interest Groups in the United States: Are They Too Powerful?
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Interest Groups in the United States: Are They Too Powerful?: In four pages this paper examines the role interest groups play in the United States to assess if they are too powerful. Specifically considered are how they impact the democratic process and how interest groups and lobbyists will fare in the U.S. over the next decade. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGusintgrp.rtf

Interest Groups vs. Political Parties
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A 9 page research paper arguing that the role of interest groups is essentially to complement that of political parties and not to compete with them. The writer includes a number of good analytical points and examines the varying capacities in which interest & pressure groups can become involved in the Democratic election process. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Interest.doc

International Alliances
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A 6 page paper discussing the apparent dichotomy in nationalist sentiment in the presence of transnational alliances. Nationalism and transnationalism do have a common ground. Singapore would have made its great strides alone, but bringing neighbors along too strengthens the economic and political stability of the entire region, thereby contributing to Singapore's further growth as well. The relationships of these alliances can be beneficial both for individual nations and for the alliances to which they belong, whether in the form of NAFTA, NATO, MERCUR or the EU. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KSintlAlly.rtf


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