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Palestine How Would You Feel Term Paper

… However, when they felt that Palestine was not taking this seriously, they reversed their steps which paved way for yet another failed effort (Erin, 143)

The Road Map for Peace was an agreement designed by America, EU, UN and Russia. All the countries agreed for the formation of an independent state of Palestine. It was the first one in which the country would get the status of being a separate state. The planned objectives were for both countries to end violence and live in harmony with each other. Failure of the plan was due to in cooperation from both sides. Out of all the peace accords ever proposed, the road map to peace b [picked up some pace after the death of Yasser Arafat. The…. [read more]

Feeling Different Term Paper

… Feeling Different

I got a scholarship to study in the U.S. And I felt very excited about it. However I knew this would come as a challenge since it was to be my first time in the U.S. And I did not know what to expect in the new country. I expected it to feel different since this was not my native country and there were different cultures and beliefs.

When I arrived at the airport I felt I was given different treatment from other passengers not only from the staff at the airport but also from fellow passengers and people generally. This ranged from how the people spoke to me and even through their actions. It was a very awkward moment as the people…. [read more]

Israel's Military Culture Research Paper

… 1967-1993:

Operation Focus took place in 1967, when the Israeli Air Force bombed the Egyptian airfields that later on expanded to Syria as well as Jordanian and Iraqi airfields.

From 1967-70 another operation took place that is referred to as the War of Attrition. In this war, many operations were involved. These operations include operation Inferno (1968), operation Bulmus 6 (1969), operation Boxer (1969), operation Raviv (1069), operation Priha (1070), operation Rooster 53 (1969) and operation Escort (1969).

In 1973 the Yom Kippur War took place that includes the operation Doogman 5 (1973) and operation Abirey-Halev (1973).

In 1982, the Lebanon War took place that includes operation Peace for Galilee (1982), Battle of Sultan Yacoub, operation Mole Cricket 19, Siege of Beirut, Battle of Jezzine…. [read more]

Novel Palestine Term Paper

… Palestine BY SACCO

Palestine by Joe Sacco is a unique narrative because it is based on author's first hand knowledge of the conflict and comes in the form of comic strip. Sacco makes a strong case against Israel. It must be made clear from the onset that this book favor Palestine and Arabs and not the Jews.

The author is speaking for a people who cannot speak for himself as he jokingly tells us that, "These guys could use the services of a good public relations officer!" It is obvious from the book that the author feels for the Palestinians who became victims of Israeli aggression simply because they refused to share their land with them. It was Palestine's land to begin with. Sacco spent…. [read more]

Game Theory of the Israel Palestine War Essay

… Game theory: How the irrational behavior in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict might be explained by the 'rational' analysis of game theory

Game theory is based upon the presumption that international actors are rational 'black boxes' that carefully calculate their options and move as homogeneous units in the chess game of global politics. The messy, multifaceted nature of Middle Eastern politics would seem to belie such an assumption. However, according to Robert Wright's 2002 article "Both sides now" many devoted game theorists steadfastly insist upon the application of game theory to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Game theory, according to its adherents, can be helpful in predicting the complex interplay of state and non-state actors, by demonstrating why seemingly irrational behaviors have a rational basis, depending on the…. [read more]

Social Problem Dialogue Scene: Turkish Essay

… Dane: It is the same in America with Hispanics. Hispanics are people from Mexico, mostly.

Turk: And black people. Germany has many black people who talk about America.

Dane: Yes. Things are still not right in America for people of color.

Turk: Would I be a "people of color" in America?

Dane: Not exactly. But you are foreign born, so people might be suspicious of you.

Turk: Americans think I am a terrorist?

Dane: Sorry to say some people will think that. But mostly, they worry you will take their job.

Turk: Same reason some Germans don't like Turkish people.

Dane: Germans don't want Turks to get wealthy and yet don't want to help Turks who are not.

Turk: Right. So I can say I…. [read more]

Western Civilization Proposal Research Proposal

… " For an American Jew to feel sufficiently strong about her identity as a Jew that she would choose to emigrate from the United States to the fledgling Jewish state indicates a remarkable sort of faith in the long-term prospects of the great Zionist dream.

But there is another reason, I think, why Meir was such a resonant symbolic figurehead. The chief antagonists of the Israeli state during the time of Meir's premiership were largely the surrounding countries, predominantly Arab and overwhelmingly Muslim. (The Arab identity is made problematic largely by Iran: a very large neighbor of Israel whose population are not Arabs and whose language is not Arabic, but whose Shi'a Islam is Islam nonetheless; the Muslim identity is made problematic by Lebanon and…. [read more]

Lebanon's Politics Today Term Paper

… The court system is based on the Napoleonic Code, and they do not use juries. There are three levels within the courts, courts of first instance, courts of appeal, and the court of cassation. Finally, there are religious courts that rule over personal matters in communities, like divorce, marriage and other personal matters.

The current election laws were created in 1960, and they are badly outdated. Parliament attempted to overhaul the laws in late 2008, but many of the measures did not pass, including lowering the voting age and allowing emigrants to vote from overseas locations. However, certain laws were passed, such as holding elections all on the same day, but they did not approve allowing Lebanese military members to vote ("Election Guide"). In Lebanon,…. [read more]

Social Variables in the Development and Maintenance Thesis

… ¶ … Social Variables in the Development and Maintenance of Business Relationships with Libyan Companies

The Need for the Research

Expected Contribution to Knowledge

Review of the Chapters

Review of Chapter 2 (Literature Review)

Review of Chapter 3 (Research Methodology)

Review of Chapter 4 (Research Findings)

101.5.4 Review of Chapter 5 (Research Discussion)

101.5.5 Review of Chapter 6 (Recommendation & Conclusion)

101.5.6 Review of Reference List

122.1 Why the Business Relationship is Important

132.2 Social Variables in the Development of Business Relationships

142.2.1 Cultural Affinity


202.2.3 Commitment

222.2.4 Experience

252.2.5 Satisfaction

262.2.6 Communication

Stages in the Development of a Business Relationship

322.3.1 Pre-contact

332.3.2. Initial Interaction

352.3.3 Development

352.3.4 Maturity

Research Methodology

373.1 Introduction

373.2 Definition of research methodology

383.3 Research Design

393.4 Research…. [read more]

Arab-Israeli Conflict the Genesis Research Proposal

… Arab-Israeli Conflict

The genesis of the Arab-Israeli conflict predated the 1948 creation of the modern state of Israel. Ottoman colonialism had scarred the Middle East for centuries. During World War One, French and especially British intervention in the region exacerbated an already heated conflict between Arabs and Jews in Palestinian region. The political trend toward nationalism also encouraged the Zionist ideology.

Zionism began as a loosely organized grassroots movement in Europe during the late nineteenth century that encouraged Jews in Diaspora to claim a homeland territory in Palestine. Zionism was not a universal theme among Jews, and in fact many Jews living in Palestine and abroad opposed the creation of a modern Israeli nation-state (Beinin & Hajjar). The primary impetus of Zionism was to create…. [read more]

Israeli Palestinian Conflict and the Middle East Term Paper

… International Politics

The Threat of Terrorism the Context of International Relations between the U.S. And the Middle East

The threat of terrorism in the U.S. is inextricably linked to the events in the Middle East and the perceived role of the U.S. many of those events; especially in the Israeli/Palestinian disputes. The U.S. is a major power and the country has not been afraid to use that power in international relations. It is the way that the power has been used, often for the support of Israel, to the detriment of Arabic nations.

To appreciate this one can look at the way in which the U.S. has supported Israel, this was seen with the 'friendship' formed between Kennedy and David Ben-Gurion (Bass 2). Building ion…. [read more]

Israel 1948 A2 Coursework

… ¶ … Israel 1948 was one of the key turning points in the political development of the contemporary Middle East. From 1948 on, Israel was an independent state ruled by their own government which brought Israeli organizations together under one rule, liberated from foreign influence. After the creation of the State of Israel, frequent wars in opposition to its existence broke out due to the tremendous antagonism felt towards a Zionist state (e.g. The Arab-Israeli war 1948, the 1956 Suez War, 1967 Six Day War, 1967-1970 War of Attrition and Yom Kippur 1973). It was wars such as these that forced Israel to bolster its own military defense, increase diplomatic ties with the West, and attempt to become a self-sufficient "island" surrounded by enemies. Israel,…. [read more]

Israeli Politics and Society Term Paper

… Israeli Politics

Separating Religion from National Identity: Interview with Avraham B. Yehoshua."

Palestine - Israel Journal of Politics, Economics, and Culture

When researching the Middle East, one of the most important concepts to question is the idea of 'identity.' The state of Israel is based upon the commonly shared Jewish identity, religion, and history of all of its citizens. However, its notions of citizenship and identity extend far beyond its physical borders. Everyone who is Jewish is potentially a citizen of Israel. This sense of citizenship encompasses many different individuals within its definition, including people of different races, ethnic groups, and levels of religiosity. The state of Israel illustrates one of the paradoxes of the region. Every Middle Eastern person has intense tribal loyalties, not…. [read more]

Middle East Comprises a Diverse Research Paper

… 1999. "The Frame Drum in the Middle East: Women, Musical Instruments and Power." Ethnomusicology 43(1). (PDF)

Dunne, Bruce. "Power and Sexuality in the Middle East." Middle East Report. No. 206.

Massad, Joseph, "Re-Orienting Desire: The Gay International and the Arab World" in Public Culture, 14(2), 2002, pp 361-385 (PDF)

Moghadam, Valentine, "Islamic Feminism and Its Discontent: Toward a Resolution of the Debate," Signs, 27(4), 2002, pp 1135-1171. (PDF)

Film "Dishing Democracy- Kalam Nawaeem"

IX. Economic Issues

The economy of the region has a huge influence on its domestic and foreign policies. This section will address the economies of key countries; discuss the role of oil in Middle Eastern economics and policy; and provide an overview of what economists feel the future of the Middle East…. [read more]

Media Representations of the Israeli Palestinian Conflict Munich Olympics 1972 Term Paper

… Media Representations of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Munich Olympics 1972

The history of Palestinian-Israel conflict dates back to the end of Nineteenth century though fight for this holy land can be traced back to ancient times. In particular to Palestinian-Israel conflict; both sides have lost countless precious lives and still continue to do so. After the World Wars this conflict is definitely the most devastating in the human history. With no solution in sight the conflict still continues; raging Muslim sentiments against the Pro-Israel West, while the West continues to defend itself and Israel's existence against the acts of terrorists.

In particular to the Massacre of Munich Olympics 1972, it is unquestionably a dark chapter in the history of sports and a cowardly act that resulted…. [read more]

Post WWII Term Paper

… ¶ … conflicts between Arabs and the Israelis in the Middle East. Specifically, it will discuss the conflicts in the Middle East, and answer some questions about my vision of forging a lasting peace in the area. The Arab-Israeli conflicts began almost as soon as the Israelis settled in the new nation of Israel after World War II, and they have continued throughout modern-day history. These conflicts are harmful, debilitating, and do nothing to promote a lasting understanding and peace between nations and people. It is a difficult situation, and even some of the strongest world leaders have not been able to find a lasting solution. Perhaps there are so many differences between these two groups that a lasting and viable peace is simply not…. [read more]

Museum Methods Term Paper

… Although I agree with the basic structure of this definition, I would prefer more emphasis on the level of required professional standards necessary to designate an institution as a museum. Many non-profit institutions are established to enrich our society including, schools, libraries and community social and cultural organizations. Many of these institutions are essential in the preservation of values and identity and education of our citizens. The term museum should not be generally applied to these entities simply because they offer public enrichment under a non-profit designation. Museums should also be very clear in determining the scope of the institution; their role should be defined with clarity and selectivity, and with a recognition of wider social and cultural purpose. Attracting individuals with comparable interests to…. [read more]

Cyprus Problem Ancient History Establishment Dissertation

… This agreement forestalled actual admission as a British possession for a time; Cyprus remained under Turkish control while the British occupied the island for military purposes. The British performed the duty of protectorate nation until 1914 when, at the advent of the First World War, the island was "formally annexed" (U.S. State Department, 2011) by the United Kingdom. The island officially became a crown colony in 1925. During this time period many ethnic Turkish inhabitants left Cyprus for Turkey.

After the Second World War, there was great turmoil regarding who was to gain possession of the island. There remained a large number of Greek Cypriots who were the earliest inhabitants of the island, a smaller number of Turkish Cypriots who had remained during English occupation,…. [read more]

War in Iraq Dissertation

… The war will be devastating to the people of Iraq which will force mass migrations to cities like Baghdad and Basra. The mass migrations into the cities will only increase the food and water shortages. Famine is an extreme and protracted shortage of food that causes emaciation of the affected population and a substantial increase in the number of people who will die in Basra. "Basra is in a shortage of everything, even food...they have equipment that works with generators, but the generators work only with fuel. If the fuel supply stops (the generators won't work). (Barrett) During the war, it is expected that many power stations will be destroyed, leaving the inhabitants of Basra without electricity. "The city's electricity was knocked out Friday during…. [read more]

Memory Studies Memories of Cyprus Term Paper

… However, these are official histories and don't not entirely represent the memories of the residents of the two societies. Furthermore, where the history has been twisted for political purposes, one needs to understand that these both the states have a synchronized culture, presenting them to have an identical identity. This is where the concept of Cypriotism emerges. Hence, a combined Cyprus has an ethnic nationalism rather than Turkish or Greek nationalism.

It is further important to note that the official history can also be used to verify limited claims rather than the complete reality. As Bryant mentioned in her work how the official histories were shown to have faulty information which has been used by the politicians to instigate heat in students. There have been…. [read more]

Applications for Economics Finance and Management Research Paper

… ¶ … Economics Finance and Management

In 1958, six of the most powerful European countries formed an alliance that was called the European Economic Community. These initial countries were France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy and Luxembourg and the formation was the incipient form of the European Union. Gradually, more countries joined the Union, which is today formed from a total of 27 states.

The European Union is now facing dramatic challenges as a result of the internationalized economic crisis, which affects its stability. The majority of the problems are raised by the situations in Greece, followed by instabilities in Italy and Spain. At the moment, a possibility is being discussed for the usage of the Euro -- the currency of the European Union --…. [read more]

International Accounting Culture Changing Essay

… doing it in the United States. Showing the sole of one's foot in the United States is commonplace and most people do not pay it a second thought but it's a cultural problem to many Arabs as they see the sole of the foot as unclean and thus should not be exposed in any context or situation while in public (Wade, 2004).


The author of this report has certainly seen the proverbial social and cultural "butting of heads" that is on par with the translation issues mentioned by the case study. Just as one example, many Muslim-oriented businesses specifically and intentionally operate with their Muslim faith in mind, up to and including the use of sharia law to help draw up, execute and resolve…. [read more]

Iraq Conflict and Esdp Essay

… S. has become very obvious during the Kosovo crisis and with Iraq war, it became even more evident that U.S. will always have a bearing on how European states react to global crisis hence a solution was needed.

Strobe Talbot, former Deputy Secretary of State, had this to say about European forces and the U.S. At the end of Kosovo crisis:

Many Americans are saying: never again should the United States have to fly the lion's share of the risky missions in a NATO operation and foot by far the biggest bill. On the other hand, many Europeans seem determined never again to feel quite so dominated by the U.S. As they did during Kosovo, or, for that matter, during Bosnia. In the next crisis…. [read more]

Iran U.S. Relations Term Paper

… U.S. Iran Relations

and Iran relations have not been friendly since the fall of Shah's government. The realtions between the two countries has almost acquired a satus of conflict that the war with Iran is considered an option for the U.S. Diplomatic efforts are underway but in the light of current circumstances would the situation be resolved diplomatically by the two countries?

Good relations between Iran and the U.S. can be traced back to the eighteenth century when the two countries established their diplomatic relations formally. The realtions remained cordial till the Iranian revolution in 1979 when Ayatollah Khomeni became Iran's spiritual leader. Ever since Iran's relation with the U.S. soured and came to almost a conflict situation wehen Clinton administration imposed snctions on Iran.…. [read more]

International Politics Term Paper

… International Politics: Is Bush Planning an Assault on Iran?

Is the Bush Administration secretly planning to invade Iran with ground forces, or launch sudden preemptive air strikes, in a calculated attack on the Islamic nation that Bush has called "a rogue nation"? Will it be an attack similar to the one which the U.S. launched its assault on Iraq? Is attacking Iran a good idea, strategically or in terms of international diplomacy? And what evidence is there that would indicate an American plan as provocative as an attack on Iran, in particular given the disastrous, seemingly endless war the U.S. finds itself bogged down with in Iraq? These are questions that cry out for answers in an unstable world that looks to the U.S. For…. [read more]

Genocide the Second Most Studied Research Paper

… The result was to portray Armenians as hostile to Turkish interests and the genocide as a conflict between the Turks and a potential oppressor in which both sides suffered casualties (Ulgen, 2010). The importance of Kemalism, as Ulgen refers to the ideology of Kemal, cannot be underestimated in its effect on Turkey's treatment of the Armenian question long after Kemal's party had been replaced.

For instance, the genocide was rarely discussed until the 1960's and 1970's. Dixon (2010) reports that in 1965 (the 50th anniversary of the genocide) and the 1970's Armenian groups began to try to force recognition of the issue internationally and by Turkey via political means and terrorism, but with little effect on Turkey's position. Turkey had issues of its own including…. [read more]

Public Communication Research Paper

… Public Communication

In December 2005, Australia would go through a series of racial riots that would rock the communities of Sutherland Shire and Bankstown to their very core. These are two completely different suburbs of Sydney that would share Cronulla Beach. This is a beach that was located between the two communities that would be the focal point of the riots that would take place. What happened was, Sutherland Shire was a predominantly Anglo Saxon community, which is proud of their heritage and the unique role that they play in the area. Bankstown is a largely Arabic community, which has often thought of Cronulla Beach as theirs' (due to its close proximity). On December 5, 2005; these two different ethnic groups would become involved in…. [read more]

Afghan Proposal Foreign Aid Research Proposal

… Proposed Research Methods

The proposed research will consist of a qualitative study using multiple specific research methodologies including simple observation, interview, a review of media sources and other primary documents related to the research questions, and other reasonable modes of inquiry as they present themselves during the research period. With an estimated timeframe of two years within which to gather and analyze data, and at least twelve months spent in the country of Afghanistan in direct data collection, it is expected that an abundance of data in a variety of different related areas and from a variety of modes can be obtained.

Because of the variety of specific research methodologies available, the best method will be selected for each individual step in the research on…. [read more]

Price-Reduction of Long Haul Fixed-Line Telecommunication Service Research Proposal

… Price-Reduction of Long Haul Fixed-Line Telecommunication Service and Infrastructure in the Middle East

The expansion of telecommunications via fixed-line networks depicts a significant contemporary, credible concern, not only in the Middle East, but also in other parts of the world as interactions with the Middle East regularly occur in and outside its borders. During the thesis, the researcher argued that enhanced negotiations, deeper cultural understanding, and infrastructure expansion could contribute to reducing prices for fixed-line long haul telecommunications service procurements in the Middle East/Southwest Asia (UAE, Bahrain, Iraq, and Afghanistan).

In the mixed-method case study, the researcher explored fixed-line long haul telecommunications service procurements in the Middle East; using various data collection procedures over a sustained period of time to collect detailed information. For the…. [read more]

Holocaust Affected Israeli Society Term Paper

… A higher number, in terms of percentage, of the children who were orphaned ended up in the ghettos, death camps, and the death marches. When the parents survived, they succeeded often in finding hiding places for the children and also care for them. The non-Jewish family who cared for the children had to be paid for doing so. When the parents were of a high status in the socioeconomic order, then knew more people than others among the non-Jews, and were more easily able to find places to hide for both themselves and their children. 10 The child and the parents sometimes even hid together. Even when they hid in different places, the parents managed to maintain some contacts with the children as long as…. [read more]

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