Globalization has resulted in increased conflicting demands as organizations strive to address local, regional, and internal institutional demands in the field of academics and industry. The logic of bridging organizations is to respond to conflicting [...]
In this line, this paper discusses why the concerns about the health democracy are exaggerated by considering the argument that democracy is the most preferred system of governance.
Gandhi travelled to London to learn the law in the University of London in the year 1888. He says that he had wished for the white moderates to recognize that the existence of law and [...]
He shares his experience of belonging to the New Left movement: "the dynamic center of the decade" which pushed the youth forward by proclaiming the arrival of the change and "forming the template for the [...]
To begin with, Pentland states that by the middle of the nineteenth century there were a plenty of signs indicating that the changes of the course of the economy "had gone too far to be [...]
This means that the duty to obey the law applies to all the individuals that exist within the jurisdiction of the law.
The constituent power is the power of authorities or other individuals who have gained such authority through a revolution, rebellion, etc.and that can be used to change the Constitution.
The concept of militarism as it applies to modern times works towards deviating the true purpose of military solutions and the immoralities of war and other conflicts.
The concept of leadership, especially in the political arena is complex and the perception of a good leader differs from one school of thought to another.
These negative impacts of political deviance can be in the form of work performance, self- esteem of the other colleague, demotions, transfers, or even loss of work.
Marx asserts that the ruling class uses power to exploit the working class and this argument forms the principle of Marxism.
Although people understand that the authorities often abuse their power, the first is likely to follow the orders of the latter.
The main causes of the economic and political inequality, as well as of the unified notion of success seen in students of the most prominent colleges, are the government policies and the monopoly of Wall [...]
However, the exclusion of certain groups of people from the democratic process does not contribute to the flourishment of a system that hinges on the belief that "the operation and ownership of power" are essential [...]
It is assumed that the research paper will contribute to the further development of the Kuwaiti youth and society in general.
His point of view was that the globalization would inevitably lead to the concentration of wealth in the hands of relatively small groups of economic actors, and that will entail the emergence of the economic [...]
It is argued that the concept of rogue states is promoted by the United States as a sole power in the world as a means of securing the interests of the United States in the [...]
Starting the analysis of the given issue, it is vital to outline the background of the growth of democracy in various states and conditions that had a great impact on these processes.
On the other hand, the deliberative model of democracy is one that promotes the importance of consensus and authentic agreements among individuals living in a particular state. Also, the model outlines the essence of power [...]
The opponents of Fukuyama's hypothesis argue that the change of the economic system should be confused with the political life of the country.
The theories look at the philosophies which shape the relationships between nations and the key interests of the nations which participate in international relations.
One of the most important aspects that should not be disregarded is that many scholars believe that some of the theories that were suggested by the philosopher are reasonable and can be applied to modern [...]
In "The Future of Power", Nye provides a profound analysis of the concepts of power and tries to speculate upon its potential character in the twenty-first century.
Availability of resources and new markets will boost the development of the US economy. The US imperialism is one of the most efficient ways to solve this issue.
Karl Marx was one of the philosophers who opposed liberalism arguing that the system is based on a defective policy that allows the rich and the powerful in society to own the means of production [...]
Much to the credit of the author, the variables are defined rather precisely; as Vora explains, the independent variables include the influence of the Western culture and the conflict that the collision of the latter [...]
The study uses multiple methods to collect data, permitting the researcher to crosscheck the validity and accuracy of the respondents' statements. In the article, the research purpose and question, which narrows the focus of the [...]
The existence of freedom in the world has been one of the most controversial topics in the world. As a result, he suggests indirectly that freedom is found in the ability to think rationally.
In the proposed research, therefore, the researcher will seek to identify the manner in which the Arab spring contravened modern theories of political stability.
The basic principle of the limited war theory is the avoidance of armed war and the mutual destruction that is brought by it.
As of today, liberalism-related discourses incorporate a vast variety of liberalism's definitions, which in its turn; can be explained by the fact that the very concept of liberalism never ceased being the subject of an [...]
The authors of this manuscript provided their own explanation of the nature of the society, the gap between classes as its ever-present historical characteristic, and the predicted development and failure of the capitalist way of [...]
Even without being told, people have to be obedient to the rules, laws and guidelines that have been set out by social institutions to ensure that there is peace and harmony in the society.
Obedience can be as a result of cooperative mood of the people or fear of punishment depending on the system of rule or authority in place.
The antagonism that seems to crop up from the two interpretations gives rise to the concept of egalitarianism that seeks to diminish the differences that arise from the understanding of liberty and equality.
The validity of this statement can be well illustrated, in regards to White's strive to work out a strategy for making the U.S.economy less sensitive to the externally induced stimuli.
Mann explains that the rise the nation-state happened alongside the increase in transnational power relations that would challenge the existence of the nation-state.
However, the subject of debate has been the right interpretation of the habeas corpus. If the court confirms the legality of the detention, the law demands that the accused be produced for trial.
During instances of civil unrest and peace, donors have attempted to link the foreign aid provided to the Dominican Republic to increased protection of human rights, the establishment of democratic ideals and institutions, cessation of [...]
The government, the private sector and the people in general must work like a team. By devolving functions of national agencies and delegating powers to the local government units, good governance becomes a reality.
Despite the fact that the process of state legitimation based on the original definition of Weber presupposes the immediate involvement of every citizen into the political and legal structuring of the state and the creation [...]
The dependence of rewards on the variety of external and conditional factors makes the public and scholars question the idea of the desert and its use for justice.
The principle idea of the article under discussion is to consider the problem of the interpretation of the concepts belonging to social science.
One can say that this theory can be helpful for distinguishing those factors that can contribute to the development of a country and the growth of its economy; however, the recommendations offered by the advocates [...]
The analysis of the politics of skilled labor in the 1830s in America provided by the author helps to explore the features of craft in that time and understand the specifics of the Industrial Revolution.
The principle of transfer is a principle that guides the entitlement theory. The principle of transfer can be compared to a situation where distribution is favoured such as in the patterned theory of justice.
The works The Anarchic Structure of World Politics by Kenneth Waltz and Anarchy is what states make of it: the social construction of power politics by Alexander Wendt are taken as the basis for this [...]
He argues that the state has the right to enforce only those rules that are based on the values accepted by all of the citizens. Nagel shows that the government should show respect to all [...]
Economic policies are normally implemented by the stakeholders in the business sectors for example, the government, entrepreneurs and investors. For better policy implementation, the organization or the government need to clearly communicate the policies to [...]
In addition, global South countries also usually lack proper knowledge to apply in the development and utilization of natural resources they own.
The administrations of the government of the United States and the People's Republic of China are examples of differing views on materialism.
The law reigns supreme, and it is considered to be the final judge if one of the citizens contravenes the rule of law. It is seen to lie in the teachings of a given religion.
In many liberal democratic societies, Marx noted that the ruling class uses the poor to enrich themselves and the government facilitates the process of oppression through offering tight security to goods of bourgeoisies and suing [...]
In The Monochrome Society, Etzioni introduces definitions and implications of communitarianism as an alternative to social conservatism and liberalism and provides a set of philosophical issues and problems expanding its meaning and role for creating [...]
There are various theories that strive to explain the formation of the sovereign body and its major activities; probably the most important one is the theory of social contract.
The state is also responsible for the creation of new markets, the establishment of the ones that did not exist before and the development of the active markets.
Bakunin based his analysis on the European enlightenment to argue that class conflict is a result of the struggle between the learned and the ruling class in society.
Some analysts are of the view that the people include the entire population of the world while others observe that homogeneity is always considered when talking about the people.
Nevertheless, to examine the function of the West in geographical perspectives in geopolitics of chosen countries we require looking more keenly at the West as a geographical unit.
The framework chosen is however of betraying effect to the overall importance of the book. Of all the political literature presented on the topic of economics of disasters, this is the most enlightening.
In fact, for the process to be complete the conscientious citizenship needs to perceive the global interrelationship between inclusive models of integration; the world explored several events and issues based in global linkages.
It is not clear how Locke's definition helps in solving the problems that Kenneth Guest refers to in the chapter on Class and Inequality.
The critical aspects of the socially necessary labor are the average level of tools or technologies, the average intensity of work, and ordinary skills and efficiency of production. Labor expenditure on the average labor power [...]
He uses symbolic language and vivid imagery to draw a picture of the conflict between the laborers and the owners of the means of production.
In Punks, Bulldaggers, and Welfare Queens, the reader is introduced to the politics of racism in the United States. According to the author, queer politics is not radical enough to address the challenge of dominance [...]
This is one of the main details that should be considered. This is one of the arguments that can be put forward.
The second chapter named 'The Thematic and the problematic' tries to distinguish between the thematic and the problematic levels of nationalist thought.
Darwinism, in general, is a biological theory describing the appearance of new species and extinction of the existing ones defining species through the process of natural selection1 that is the core of Darwin's theory and [...]
This was not only, for the purpose, an easy method of doing so, but it was also as well an approach of expressing the basis and diligence of surplus value in the tough case.
In addition, this paper also shows that ordinary people claim the freedom to shape politics because politics influence human rights, and the violation of human rights in one part of the world affects another.
Therefore, such a vague term as 'the Middle East' cannot be suitable anymore as it adds ambiguity to the geopolitical situation in the world and there is a certain need in introducing a new specific [...]
To many people, the US is one of the most democratic countries in the world. For that reason, the US is a good example of a limited government.
Ineffective government policies, high illiteracy levels, very low employment opportunities in the country, high population growth rate and the minimal employment opportunities are some of the major aspects of the Egyptian economy that have continued [...]
In addition, the paper will highlight some of the arguments that have been put forward and against this theory in terms of explaining the origins of war efficiently.
The aim of this term paper is to assess the measurement challenge of sustainable development and provide possible solutions to the problem.
As indicated in the article, scholars predicted positive change in political reporting and association following the emergence of the internet. This is because the internet will open up the scope of association and facilitate the [...]
In this work, the author describes the functioning of different systems, which guarantee the existence of any state and cogitates about such issues as power, force, international relations, and different forms of organization of the [...]
It is paramount to note that "The Future of Power" is not the first work that focuses on this topic, but this one is quite different and draws attention to such aspects as the role [...]
However, according to an article by Anderson, in free market capitalism, initial wealth is created, which then spreads; it then leads to the social and political change due to the increase of power in the [...]
The impacts of modernization in china is largely attributed to the emergence of socialism before the reform and as well as opening-up policy in the year spanning from 1949 to 1979.
Nitaqat policy is a guideline to the private sector companies that hire in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. However, Nitaqat policy is the latest development employed by the Ministry of Labor in furtherance of this [...]
According to this claim, the constructors of the temple comprised the initial stonemasons and who founded the extensive organization of freemasons that is seen today.
The letter teaches people of faith that they should use peaceful means in demanding for their rights. In conclusion, them letter by Martin Luther advocated for the respect of human rights.
Members of the Sunni minority are the rulers of the monarchy; the present king is Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and he has held the office since 1999.
The organization should be structured and organized in such a way that efficiency is attained through the exercise of power and decisiona making.
Liberalism set up a code of conduct in the political structure of a nation through identifying the norms of a state or country.
In addition, the conclusion that the consensus theory is the best and most applicable in achieving a political regime that includes the opinions, views, needs and interests of the minority in policy making has not [...]
In conclusion, the desire to increase the level of consumption by individuals is a general pattern that is adopted by people in all social classes.
Therefore, it is possible to note that greed is opposite to the spirit of capitalism as the latter motivates people to go the extra mile.
The discussion will focus on the meaning of alienation and the structures that promote it in the capitalist society. Workers were subjected to poor working conditions that led to injuries and monotony because they did [...]
"Finally, each man, in giving himself to all, gives himself to nobody; and as there is no associate over whom he does not acquire the same right as he yields others over himself, he gains [...]
Many scholars these days support the opinion that Marx's views, ideas, and teachings are old-fashioned and could only be applied for the society, politics, economy, and industry of his time.
Therefore, this paper tries to explain and differentiate social security from a pension that is paid to support the income of retired employees because it is also designed to ensure and protect the families of [...]
Due to the unstructured international relationship between India and the US, the labor laws balance is threatened by sudden changes in the social systems of the Bangladesh society introduced by the foreign companies.
The concept of the security dilemma can be traced back to the period of the cold war. The other root cause of high security in Iceland is education.
The current paper aims at reflecting and analyzing the article to comprehend the reasons of why the challenges appear during the process of urbanization when it is so important for the society and becomes a [...]
In 2009, the government came up with an amnesty for the illegal immigrants that allowed them to present themselves to the immigration offices within the country to be registered as legal immigrants in the country.
Strauss observes that the new law encourages teachers to "present the scientific strengths and scientific weaknesses of existing scientific theories covered in the course being taught".
Supreme Court, and the Protection of Civil Liberties", Howard, Graves, and Flowers focus on the role of federalism for the further protection of the people's civil liberties with references to the potential division of duties [...]
Unfortunately, there is limited information about the limits of the rights of individuals and this makes most people abuse the freedoms of others.