The Effects on War and Peace on Foreign Aid

Using Mali in South Africa; I need assistance writing a three to four page research paper covering the following: 1. Assess the positive and negative effects that peace and war, respectively, have on the distribution of foreign aid in the developing country that you have selected. Support your re...

History short letter 3.05

World War I brought enormous changes to warfare and to the lives of millions of people. Complete one of the following written assignments to show your understanding of these changes. Option A: Put yourself in the position of a U.S. soldier or American relief worker during World War I. Write a let...

Current Events and U.S. Diplomacy

Need assistance covering the following. 1. Define presidential doctrine and summarize the regional or global events during the Cold War leading up to the formation of the presidential doctrine Nixon 2. Describe the Cold War relationship that existed between Vietnam and the U.S. before the presi...

The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Space Mission

My son needs help with expanding the exploration encounters and exchange in history on Apollo Soyuz. Below he has what each one is but needs to list key facts or topics for each. He is needing 3 - 4 key facts for each. Exploration - exploration in space, personified by the international space sta...

The historical explanation of the formation of Apartheid

Racism in South Africa has a long and contentious history, particularly in the policies of Apartheid. Its roots extend far beyond its borders, and deserve further explanation for the purpose of seeing both historical continuity and future aversion to the practice. However, those roots can easily be ...

World War II Battles

World War II Battles Below is a list of WW II battles/conflicts. Specify for each whether the Axis powers of the Allied powers gained an advantage over their enemies. Provide a brief (two to three sentences) explanation for each to support your choice. You are not just identifying who won the ...

Young Turk Revolution Held in 1908

Please discuss the following: 1. Introduction 2. Causes for the Rise of Turkish Nationalism 3. Young Turk Revolution of 1908 4. Results of the Revolution.

The failed war on drugs

last The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), a component of the Executive Office of the President of the United States, was established in 1988 by the Anti-Drug Abuse Act. ONDCP's stated goal is to establish policies, priorities, and objectives are to eradicate illicit dru...

Evaluating Juvenile Justice Programs

Scenario 1 Imagine that you have created a program called Felon's Job Training, which provides job training to prisoners. One of the objectives is to increase the employability of ex-felons. This program has been devised because it is believed that ex-felons who secure gainful employment are less...

The Future of Counterterrorism

Analyze whether terrorist activities can be predicted and deterred. Analyze how the future of counterterrorism can be crafted and what can be done to ensure evolving terrorist tactics are monitored and combated. Discuss whether terrorist attacks can be completely eradicated in a country. Analyze ...

George Washington's Leadership Qualities

1) What are 4 strengths that Washington had as president which played a strong role in the foundation of the US? 2) What did Washington do in the Battle of Trenton where his leadership led to military success? 3) What did Washington do in the Battle of Lexington-Concord where his leadership led to...

psychodynamic processes

Why does charismatic leadership sometimes lead to disastrous negative consequences? Explain, with reference to the four charismatic theories, how the influence processes combine with leader behavior to produce disastrous results. Identify a charismatic leader—religious, political, military, or so...

Different types of power in an organizaion

Most leadership theories have points of convergence and divergence. This is also true for the concepts of power in leadership. Examine the points of differences in the following concepts: Legitimate power Reward power Coercive power Referent power Expert power Information power Ecological pow...

debrief

Identified counterterrorism tactics you think work the best. Identified counterterrorism tactics you think work the least. Listed the elements they considered essential for the counterterrorism policy and explained why they are essential. Identified the difficulties that can be encountered in ...

Terroism and U.S. Intelligence

There is a difference between the counterterrorism policy before and after the 9/11 attacks. Although the administration did address terrorism, it devoted far more attention to missile defense, a controversial idea, both in the U.S. and abroad. The question of whether the administration was properly...

Motivation on Unpopular Assignments

You are the chief prosecutor heading an office with a number of assistant prosecutors, support staff, including paralegals and interns. Your paralegals are well-trained in legal research and in building databases for trials. You have to compile data on cases relating to the death penalty as part of ...

Personality types and criminal justice

Although researchers tend to focus on the skills, strategies, and traits that leaders possess, personality is also vitally important in leadership. A person who possesses intelligence, integrity, flexibility, decisiveness and people skills is perceived to be a better leader and manager of people as ...

Women, Drug Trafficking, Funds, and Terrorism

Whats is your opinions about drugs and terrorism and has it changed over the years about the relationship between drugs and terrorism? What kind of anti-terrorism efforts can be utilized to fight drug trafficking? Are funds required to combat terrorism? Or are volunteers more important to help...

LMX theory

Assess whether the LMX theory can be used to describe the relationship that both police chiefs shared with their subordinates. Determine whether Johnson's style differed from participative leadership and the level of participative leadership he appeared to use. Identify the potential benefits an...

Juvenile Detention: Top Down and Bottom Up Decisions

There are two approaches to goal setting—a top-down and a bottom-up approach. With which of the two approaches do you agree? Why? Is it possible to have a middle-of-the-road approach that is a combination of both approaches? Would a middle-of-the-road approach be beneficial? Why and how? Rea...

Participative Leadership in Criminal Justice

Discuss the use of participative leadership in the following criminal justice leadership positions: Judges Prosecutors Victim advocates Prison administrators Examine the suitability of these positions—judges, prosecutors, victim advocates, and prison administrators—for participative ...

Gender-Selective Terrorism

Gender-selective terrorism is a form of terrorism directed at individuals because of their gender. Is gender-selective political violence always communal in nature? How? Can the violent sexual assaults on women be treated as terrorism? Why/why not? What are the causes of systematic violence agai...

Offenders and Sentencing

Explain whether people's views about the effectiveness of indeterminate and determinate sentencing change. Explain whether people's views about waivers, diversion programs, and split sentences change. Explain whether the juvenile justice system should treat male and female juvenile offenders dif...

Juvenile Indeterminate Sentencing

1. Critically analyze the pros and cons of indeterminate sentencing and its appropriateness for different types of juvenile offenders. 2. Identify and analyze other interventions that could be used with indeterminate sentences. 3. Analyze the impact of waiver on indeterminate sentencing. ...

The Stages of Downfall of Napoleon

The following are the stages of Napoleon's downfall. Actually, this can be considered as the causes of his downfall. 1. Failure of the Continental System 2. Spanish Ulcer 1808-14 3. Russian Debacle- 1812 4. The Battle of the Nations 1813 5. The Battle of Waterloo June 18, 1815.