THE ECONOMIC AND FOREIGN TRADE POLICIES OF THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION, 1989-1992. This paper explores President Bush's economic and foreign trade policies from the perspective of the multinational corporation.
FUMBLING TOWARDS FOREIGN POLICY: CLINTON'S FIRST TERM. This paper presents an overview and analysis of Clinton's foreign policy during his first term with a view towards predicting the second-term foreign policy orientation of the administration.
- are discussed within the context of this topic; broader foreign policy concerns related to September 11th and its aftermath are not considered within this analysis.
Following a brief definition and overview of the problem of global terrorism, the paper examines and compares Libyas, Turkeys and Saudi Arabias foreign policy initiatives and approaches regarding terrorism.
TERRORISM AND THE FOREIGN POLICIES OF LIBYA, TURKEY & SAUDI ARABIA. This paper provides a comparative overview and analysis of the foreign policies of three Muslim countries Turkey, Libya, and Saudi Arabia with respect to the global issue of terrorism.
AMERICA'S FOREIGN POLICY OF PREEMPTION. This paper provides an overview and analysis of the foreign policy doctrine of preemption as promulgated by the George W.
This paper provides an overview and analysis of the Bush Doctrine of foreign policy as it arose following the 9/11 attacks and compares the Bush Doctrine with two previous presidential foreign policy doctrines the Eisenhower Doctrine of 1957 and the Carter Doctrine of 1980.
This paper reflects upon cases against diplomats having committed crimes in the United States, reflects upon the history and purpose of diplomatic immunity, considers the problem of abuses and the benefits inherent in this system of legal exclusion from prosecution, and then determines if there is a need to re-address the existing policies and legal statutes regarding its application.
To provide a basis for assessing the intentions and effectiveness of Clinton's foreign policies, the paper begins with an analysis of Clinton's foreign policy ideology, philosophy, and major objectives.
This research paper analyzes the use of political rhetoric as it pertained to internationalism in two periods of American history: the late nineteenth century (prior to the Spanish-American War) and the aftermath of World War I.
CZECHOSLOVAKIA AND THE VELVET REVOLUTION OF 1989. This termpaper provides an overview and analysis of the socio-political impact of Czechoslovakias 1989 Velvet Revolution on the transition states (including Czechoslovakia itself which split into two independent nations, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, in 1993) of eastern-central Europe and the former Soviet Union.