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Harmony and Cohesion in the EU
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This 6 page paper considers what is meant by cohesion and harmony and how these should be seen in the development and expansion of the European Union. The paper looks at three potential threats to progression; the lack of real democracy, the failure to agree or develop a common foreign and security policy (CFSP) and the way that compliance is sought with the use of political force when not given voluntarily. The bibliography cites 15 sources.
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Have Pre-Existing Tensions Created the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction; The Case of India and Pakistan
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This 12 page paper discussing the proposition that the acquisition of weapons of mass destruction (WMD) is a reflection of pre-existing tensions, not a cause of international instability. This is discussed reference to India and Pakistan. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
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Health Care And The Global Economy
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8 pages in length. There exist a number of elements that significantly influence global economy, not the least of which is that of health care. As well, the issues surrounding the health care system comprise a program that is both monetarily inflated and gravely lacking in patient concern. The writer discusses how this ongoing propensity to increase prices while at the same time decreasing service and attention have caused the health care system to become a considerable burden upon the global economy, including the pharmaceutical industry, health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and the impact of AIDS. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Henry Kissinger and the Sinai Accords
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This is a 13 page paper discussing Henry Kissinger’s involvement in the negotiation of the Sinai Accords and the affects of the accords on the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Sinai I and II Accords between Egypt and Israel in 1974 and 1975 were largely the result of negotiation efforts made by U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in his step-by-step process aptly named “shuttle diplomacy” between the two countries. Kissinger spent over three years intervening between Egypt and Israel eventually finding concessions which resulted in Israel’s occupying army withdrawing from parts of the Egyptian Sinai. Kissinger did not want an American presence in the Sinai but eventually both sides agreed to Sinai II only if there was an American civilian presence and American funding for an Egyptian surveillance station to match the Israeli surveillance station on either side of the buffer zone. After Kissinger’s retirement in 1977, progress in the Middle East seemed to stall and negotiations were taken up by President Carter in 1978 with the development of the Camp David Accords. While Kissinger’s peace keeping efforts were applauded, several issues within the Middle East remained untouched including the U.S. non-recognition of Palestine despite its acceptance by the UN. This caused a great deal of additional tension in the area as many of the Arab nations preferred negotiations through the UN and not those initiated by the U.S. Conflicts still continue in the Middle East despite various peace accords over the years and Kissinger himself once commented that the area must find “some solution which balances the Arab need for self-esteem with Israeli security. I’m not sure it exists”. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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