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Alliances That Triggered World War One

- The alliances before World War One are the main reason World War One even started. This can be concluded when the events of the war are analyzed. World War One started as a dispute between Serbia and Austria-Hungary, but then many other European super powers got involved. Whether that was intentional or not no one can argue that the alliances are not the main reason behind this uncontrolled escalation of the war. Some historians call World War One the domino war because of how super powers (one by one) got involved in the war....   [tags: World War, World History, Alliances]

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Strategic Alliances in Aviation Industry

- Strategic Alliances in Aviation Industry: An Assessment of perception of business travellers and benefits of international network development as derived by airlines operators Proposal Summary The proposed study is aimed at identifying the reasons and success factor of increasing alliances being witnessed in airlines sector. Strategic alliances have proven to be successful in other sectors like manufacturing and automobiles but the effectiveness of these alliances in aviation sector are a less researched area....   [tags: airline sector, data]

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Business Analysis : ' Structuring Alliances '

- 12 Structuring alliances Microsoft and Nokia were long standing partners, but they acted as separate companies. Even though the two collaborated frequently, they each had to go through different development processes; both companies had their own resources, tools, culture and trade secrets, which created a lot of inefficiencies. The CEO of Microsoft announce “one Microsoft” initiative to restructure the company aiming to realign product development line , a month after the announcement CEO had announce the retirement which have send a wrong message to the investors....   [tags: Smartphone, Windows Mobile, Microsoft]

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The Alliances Between Austria And Russia

- ‘The pattern of alliances and agreements formed in Europe in the years 1879-1907 was shaped primarily by Germany’s concerns about its security.’ How far do you agree with this opinion. The alliances formed from 1879 to 1907 were primarily due to the security concerns of Germany, this is shown by German attempts to isolate France to prevent them from taking revenge for the Franco-Prussian war by trying to court Russia into an a permanent alliance with it and Austria and trying to prevent conflict between Austria and Russia....   [tags: Otto von Bismarck, Germany, German Empire]

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The Alliances of World War I

- ... Political economy: From an economic standpoint, the desire to create and maintain lucrative markets abroad can be seen as one of the major causes of WW1, since an industrial capitalist society and economy require a flow of cheap goods. The dynamic arms race also favored this trade. For Australia and the United States, arms exports proved to be a lucrative business. Socio-political: In Germany as well as other countries, there was a widespread belief that WW1 would be a fast war with a quick victory....   [tags: policy, military, nationalism]

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The Rise Of Mexico : Alliances Of Power

- The Rise of Telenovelas in Mexico: Alliances of Power Telenovelas are seen as a genre – a soap-opera style of television with wild theatrics, colorful sets, and a romance-oriented storyline. However, telenovelas are much more inclusive and can be considered a format, rather than a genre, due to the fact that there have been telenovelas that have been mysteries, horror shows, and action-oriented, rather than the traditionally recognized “romance”. A question that I will attempt to answer in this essay is: why did telenovelas become so popular in Mexico when they emerged in the late 1950s....   [tags: Mexico, United States, Spanish language]

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Alliances Between Germany And Germany

- Alliances in war are as important as putting butter on toast. This may sound like madness but when someone is put against an enemy who is stronger, more willing and hates their guts they will need as much help as possible. There are some alliances that work in history and some that would make alliances look like declaring war would have been a better option. As tension grew higher in Europe after the annexation of Austria and the Sudetenland, countries such as Poland, France and Britain started to grow worried about Germany....   [tags: World War II, Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany]

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Effects of Strategic Alliances

- Introduction The researcher will provide a description of each company, the strategic alliance, and the economic benefit of the strategic alliance of each company. In addition, the researcher will identify three issues of corporate social responsibility (CSR) for each company. Furthermore, the researcher will analyze each companies CSR issue and describe the impact on stakeholders. Finally, the researcher will describe ways in which the companies can be socially responsible. Effects of Strategic Alliances Multinational Corporation Secom Co., Ltd is a Japanese corporation in Tokyo, Japan....   [tags: Business Management ]

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Militarism, Nationalism, and the System of Alliances: The Causes of World War One

- The flash of machine guns and the blare of shells were brand new to the veterans. Both the soldiers on the front and their family at home did not realize how much WW1 would change war forever. WW1, beginning in 1914 and ending in 1918 involved two major parties. The triple alliance, including Germany, Italy, and Austria-Hungary, and the triple entente, including France, Great Britain, and Russia fought the biggest War that the world had ever seen. We know the story, but when we read the between the pages, what were the underlying causes of the Great War that changed history....   [tags: World War One, triple alliance, triple entente]

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Alliances Between The Origin And Expansion Of The War

- "THE ROLE OF ALLIANCES IN THE ORIGIN AND EXPANSION OF THE WAR IN 1914 HAS BEEN GREATLY EXAGGERATED" The role of alliances in the origin and expansion of the war in 1914 was not greatly exaggerated, but instead played a crucial role in how a war between two countries then became a world war. Alliances played two major roles in World War One, these were the origin and how alliances impacted on the origin of the war and the expansion of the war in 1914. Leading up to the war it built tension among countries, as well as providing security....   [tags: World War I, Schlieffen Plan, Belgium]

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Discussion Surrounding Global Alliances Operating in the Airline Industry

- The international aviation industry is arguably one of the most competitive and cut-throat businesses in the world today. Characterised by high revenue but notoriously thin profit margins, modern international airlines are constantly searching for methods to gain advantages over their competitors and attract new customers. One of these methods which has become popular since the late 1990s is that of the global airline alliance. Today there are three major alliances in operation, each containing different member airlines....   [tags: Aviation ]

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Benefits and Challenges Associated With Using Strategic Alliances

- BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH USING STRATEGIC ALLIANCES Over the past years, strategic alliance has been seen as an expansion in globalization and is a known device/mechanism used in the global market by different firms, which is widely accepted. Most leading companies have used different alliances to improve their resources better than their competitors. Strategy involves planning for the future, is a direction for achieving long term profit through its capabilities and competence. Strategy is a long term commitment....   [tags: planning, changeable entities]

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The Main Cause of World War I: Imperialism or Alliances?

- The first world war, also known as the Great War, was called great, because never has there been a war before with such scale that has caused so many lives and destruction from 1914 – 1918. The industrial revolution, the rise of the masses and sweeping changes in society added up for all the tension between European nations. On the summer of 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo, marking a start, but a single bullet must not only be the reason to begin a war. Countless historians still debate what the main cause is for World War 1....   [tags: great war, serbian nationalists, origins]

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Alliances Between England And The Spanish Hapsburg Empire

- Alliances are friendships between people and nations that result in the protection of the land and ensure the trade of goods between the two countries. During the 16th century alliances were not as stable as they are in the 21st century, in the early modern period alliances relied on the marriage of one monarch’s child to another and the two nations were joined by blood. It was understood that neither nation would attack a country whose future monarchy could be tied to theirs. A good example of the fickle nature alliances can be seen in the relationship between England and the Spanish-Hapsburg Empire, which was an alliance formed by King Henry VII and Ferdinand of Aragon under the premise th...   [tags: Spanish Armada, Elizabeth I of England]

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World War I: Alliances and Known Allies

- Allies (1907-1914) Allies are states cooperating with each other, which is usually done by treaties. The Entente powers or the allies were the countries with the central power during the World War 1. The countries that were part of the triple Entente were the French Republic, The British Empire and the Russian Empire, and the countries that were a part of the triple alliance were the Germans, Austro-Hungarians, and the Italians. In 1915, Italy ended its alliance with the Germans and Austro-Hungarians and they entered the war on the side of the entente....   [tags: Government, Conflicts, Europe]

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Military Alliances, Social Partnerships, And Operational Strategies

- December 11, 1941, President Roosevelt received news on Germany’s Declaration of War. ( Of course, we are aware of the history on World War II, it is safe to say that the United States and Germany did not start off as allies. As a result of Adolf Hitler’s request to Declare War on the United States of America the final outcome was not what he expected. However, it did result in a relationship and partnership that we know of today....   [tags: World War II, United States, United States Army]

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General Motors' Asian Alliances

- General Motors' Asian Alliances General Motors, an American-based automotive manufacturer with a large global presence, has long held a large share of the worldwide automotive market. Despite its market position and reputation for quality, the company has recently begun to struggle with new competitors in the Asian Pacific region, which has pushed their needs to develop new manufacturing technologies, as well as to better control costs and quality in its American manufacturing facilities. Beginning in the 1970s, several nations of the Asian Pacific region, most notably Japan and South Korea, emerged as economic powerhouses....   [tags: Market Global Essays]

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Strategic Alliances

- Strategic Alliances Although some theorists suggest that the resource-based view could be a new theory of the firm, it is still part of a developing paradigm in strategy research (Amit & Schoemaker, 1993; Barney, 1991; Conner, 1991; Conner & Prahalad, 1996; Grant, 1996; Mahoney & Pandian, 1992; Mehra, 1996; Miller & Shamsie, 1996; Roth, 1995). The usefulness and richness of the paradigm need to be demonstrated in a variety of strategy areas. Indeed, researchers are still in the phase of accumulating applications of the resource-based view....   [tags: Papers]

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International Joint Ventures (IJVs)

- INTRODUCTION: In today’s global world, multinational corporations (MNCs) need to find new markets to stay competitive. A way in which they can do this is through IJVs. Hyder and Ghauri (2000) estimate the growth of IJVs to be 25% annually. As defined by Geringer (1988), a joint venture (JV) is when two or more distinct companies come together and form a new entity. Geringer and Hebert (1991) extend this definition to include IJVs and stated that if the headquarters of one of the partners is outside the country where the JV is set-up or if it has operations in multiple countries, it is an IJV....   [tags: Strategic Alliances]

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Green Alliances: McDonalds and Environmental Defense

- Green Alliances: McDonalds and Environmental Defense On August 1, 1990, Shelby Yastrow, McDonald’s Senior Vice President of Environmental Affairs, and Fred Krupp, Environmental Defense’s Executive Director, announced that the company and the organization would form a partnership with the goal of improving waste management at McDonald’s. The announcement came as a surprise to many outside of McDonald’s and Environmental Defense; the alliance of the world’s largest fast-food company with one of the country’s oldest and best-known environmental organizations seemed improbable....   [tags: Environment Waste Management Recycling Papers]

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Imperialism, Militarism and Alliances in World War I

- Imperialism, Militarism and Alliances in World War I On Sunday June 28, 1914 in Sarajevo, Princip, a member of the terrorist group called the Black Hand, shot Archduke Franz Ferdinand, It could be argued that this event was the immediate cause of World War I, however this war was caused by numerous other reasons, these were imperialism, militarism, and alliances. Imperialism is when one country tries to dominate another country or territories. Marxist historian James Joll believed that colonial imperialism was a definite origin of war....   [tags: Papers]

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Strategic Alliances, National Responsiveness, Government Demands

- Strategic alliances: Strategic alliances is an agreement between two or more companies to work together for a certain time in order to achieve some business objectives, help each other reach new technologies or to be able to build core competencies against other competitors. The traditional view about Strategic alliances is that they were formed for: - Defensive to protect profits - Means for preempting competition - Competitive and win - lose orientation. While nowadays there is a current perspective about strategic alliance that goes beyond the traditional view and it consists of: - Collaboration can create opportunities for all participants to be successful - Can create multiple source...   [tags: Business Management ]

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George Kennan's Influence on Diplomatic Doctrines of the Cold War Era

- “George Kennan came as close to authoring the diplomatic doctrine of his era as any diplomat in our history,” said former-Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. Kennan, known for his “X” article, inadvertently coined the term “containment” which became the leading diplomatic doctrine of the cold war era. Since the late 1940s, America changed its doctrine and shifted to a more globalized approach to international affairs -- a system based on international cooperation, both politically and economically....   [tags: international affairs, peace, alliances]

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Tensions Leading up to World War I

- Before the Great War, the continent of Europe was in a state of peace. Many countries did not have conflict building up between each other. Then unexpectedly, Great tensions arose, imperialism, alliances, and militarism. These all led up to the eruption of WWI. Imperialism was one of the many tensions that caused WWI to begin. Many countries began to practice imperialism, the policy of extending their power through military force. An example of a country being imperialistic was Serbia. "They wanted their country to be center of larger Slavic state....   [tags: imperialism, alliances, militarism]

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Five Main Cause Why World War I Happen

- ... The second cause of World War One was alliances. When one country would declare war, they’d have alliances with other countries, who would come to their aid, thus involving more countries and making it a world war. The alliances of World War One were the Allied Powers, and the Central Powers. When Austria Hungary attacked Serbia, Germany joined in because they were allied together. The third cause of World War One was imperialism. Great Britain and France kept their economies secure through their control and trade with other colonies....   [tags: militarism, alliances, imperialism, nationalism]

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Radio Propaganda in Gret Britain During World War II

- Outline Thesis: Though Britain’s victory in World War II was due to international alliances, radio propaganda was a primary factor in the nation’s success and economic endurance throughout the war. I. Introduction II. Unfavorable circumstances during WWII for Britain A. Time period, historical context B. Growing need for international relations and communications III. Development of alliances and nationalism A. Radio/television broadcasts and propaganda’s impact 1....   [tags: broadcasting, communication, alliances]

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The Greatest Cause of War

- The Greatest Cause of War In every country and in every age, the priest has been hostile to liberty. He is always in alliance with the despot, abetting his abuses in return for protection to his own (google images). Wars. They have always leaded to destruction of our society. They have never led to anything good. But the main question has always been what was the root cause of all the major wars that have happened so far such as WWI then WWII which eventually lead to Cold War and many more wars....   [tags: alliances, international relations]

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North Korean Proliferation of Nuclear and Ballist Missile

- Should North Korea choose the path to becoming a responsible member of the community of nations, we are willing to provide assistance, together with the international community. -- South Korean President Park Geun-hye Any policy may be deemed supportable if sufficient resources are allocated and the required risks are accepted. This analysis examines North Korean proliferation of nuclear and ballistic missile technology (N&BMT) and whether U.S. government (USG) policy options of containment, destruction of capabilities without regime change, or regime change translate into suitable, feasible, acceptable, and effective strategies....   [tags: alliances, military forces, policies]

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The History of Rome: Julius Caesar

- ... Mithradates VI Eupator was the king of Pontus. Before 69 BC, in no time, Julius was elected as quaestor, which was a base political office. Pompey, a former lieutenant of Sully, had allowed him to hold other significant positions on the Roman government. As you can tell, Pompey and Caesar had earned themselves a close relationship but unfortunately it didn’t last too long. Marcus Licinius Crassus, a popular Roman general and politician, was also a friend of Caesar, but Pompey and Crassus grew older just to become more and more of a rival to Julius than a friend or ally....   [tags: military alliances, roman citizens]

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Underlying Causes of WWI

- ... According to French political economist Paul Leroy Beaulieu (1843-1916), colonization and Imperialism had become, “a matter of life and death: either France will become a great African power or in a century or two she will be no more than a secondary European power…”(Rich). Of course, Imperialism itself doesn’t cause too much conflict (other than the initial takeover of the land and peoples themselves); it so happens that human nature takes due course and begins to control our ideas and actions as well....   [tags: alliances, powers, europe, imperialism]

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Web Critoque: Hostile Alliances and Armaments Races Before and During the First World War

- Introduction In years leading up to the First World War, countries and regions formed alliances for conveniences. These alliances were used to repel enemy combatants and create a hostile perception to any group that might think of attacking their regions. Nonetheless, these alliances of convenience turned against one another during war time. Hostile Alliances & Armaments Races It is notable that several years leading up to the First World War, countries in the European region formed strategic alliances....   [tags: power, military, history]

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Alliances and Ententes Were to Blame for the Outbreak of World War One (WWI)

- Alliances and Ententes Were to Blame for the Outbreak of World War One (WWI) In August 1914, World War One broke out. The main cause of the war has never been established and has been among the many debates among historians studying this period. Many historians have conflicting views about what caused war to break out in 1914, and many believe there is not one cause to blame but was the result of many conflicts and disputes between different countries over a long period. There are also other causes for the outbreak of World War One including Political systems and developments, Colonial Conflicts and rivalries, The Moroccan Crises, The Balkan Wars and the July Crisis...   [tags: WWI]

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How to Create Working Alliances with Business Partners, and Determine the Payoff for Each Member?

- Introduction “Man is by nature a social animal; an individual who is unsocial naturally and not accidentally is either beneath our notice or more than human. Society is something that precedes the individual. Anyone who either cannot lead the common life or is so self-sufficient as not to need to, and therefore does not partake of society, is either a beast or a god. ” ― Aristotle Aristotle has not been the only one who states that man is intrinsically part of a society. But being a part of society does not necessarily means that people inside certain society collaborate with each other....   [tags: game theory applied to real situations]

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United States Foreign Policy Involvement with Latin America

- Politicians resolved that “US foreign policy could be made on the assumption that the unbalanced system could never be effectively addressed by Central Americans. The United States then continued to integrate with Latin America into its political, economic and military orbit. While the findings suggested the challenges and limits relying on an authoritarian government, American dollars steadily increased their presence in El Salvador, increasing 18 million in investment in 1950 to 31 million in 1959, without much attention to the regime’s governmental style....   [tags: political, military, alliances]

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Campaign Party: The Democratic Alliance

- Campaign Party: The Democratic Alliance   1. Introduction to the DA 2. Initiating the campaign 2.1. Charter 2.2. Project Statement 3. Planning the Campaign 3.1. Project Description 3.2. Project Goals and Objectives 3.3. Scope 4. Execution of the Campaign 4.1. Execution Strategy 4.2. Project Organisation 4. 3. Project Facilities and Resources 4.4 Project Stakeholders 5. References   1. Introduction: The Democratic Alliance (DA) is a South African political party that’s roots lie in the anti-apartheid movement of the 1970’s, at this time it was known as the Progressive Party, it renamed its self the Democratic alliance in the 1990’s....   [tags: campaign, planning, alliance, voters]

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Global Strategic Alliences

- Many MNEs in response to globalization are becoming increasingly engaged in international business beyond their countries boundaries to achieve and maintain competitive advantages over competitors. This entry into international market is facilitated by foreign firms working together in joint venture relationships referred to as Global Strategic Alliances (GSAs). GSAs are formed by firms to gain new technology, gain access to specific markets, reduce financial risks, reduce political risks, to ensure or achieve competitive advantages (Wheelen and Hungar, 2000 as cited by Elmuti and Kathawala, 2001)....   [tags: Cultural Differences, Countries]

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The Inclusion on South Africa as a BRICS Country

- Many critics question the validity of the inclusion of South Africa as a BRICS country. It is deemed by some that South Africa, although an emerging country, does not show significant overall growth like other African countries such as Nigeria and other Sub-Saharan countries (Besada, Tok & Winters, 2013). On the 7th of May 2014 South Africa hosted “its fifth general election” (, 2014). In his article dated 7th May 2014 for BBC news, Milton Nkosi reported that although “about 25 million people registered to vote – roughly half the population” (Nkosi, 2014) voted....   [tags: emerging economies alliances]

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An Alliance in Distress

- It is almost too hard to fathom that only 70 years ago the United States possessed such strong feelings of hatred and fear towards Japan in the wake of the devastating Pearl Harbor attacks. The federal government even went as far as to unjustly imprison 110,000 Japanese-Americans. Also, the Japanese felt much animosity and held an inhumane view of Americans following their surrender in WWII after two U.S. atomic bombs killed an estimated 240,000 people. However, from the midst of this painful and dark history has risen one of the most peaceful and powerful alliances of the twenty-first century....   [tags: Foreign Policy]

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Success Of A Strategic Alliance And The Business

- Companies setting up operations in India are considered strategic alliances. Two key components of the alliances are accountability and visibility. Accountability goes beyond the scope of responsibility it determines who is functionally and/or morally responsible for each action the business makes. Visibility is the outcome or synergy each partner gains from the alliance collective effort being greater than those from individual efforts. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of the partnership is critical to the success of a strategic alliance and the business....   [tags: United States, U.S. state]

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Designing A Strategic Alliance With A Competitor

- Introduction This paper will introduce possible consulting ideas that one could use to assist a firm that manufactures titanium alloys for industrial and military applications to establish a strategic alliance with a competitor. The preliminary discussion will include how the external environment, SWOT, corporate governance, and alliance will assist in establishing a strategic alliance with a competitor. In addition, this paper will consider the possible risk of establishing an alliance with the competitor and how to possibly minimize those risk....   [tags: Management, Strategic management]

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Motives for Creating the Balkan Alliance

- The Crimean War, fought over the rights of Christians in the holy land and controlled at that time by the Ottoman Empire, came to an ending in 1856, with Russia losing to an alliance of France, Britain, The Ottoman Empire and Sardinia and beginning to fear that its enemies would put extreme effort into preventing any further imperialism in the Mediterranean region. In preparation for this possibility and in an attempt to form a pre-emptive strike on an enemy alliance, Russia began pursuing goals of passive expansion throughout the Balkan region....   [tags: military, peace, threat]

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Establishing a Therapeutic Alliance

- Research has shown that a strong therapeutic alliance is necessary for establishing a beneficial contact between the therapist and the client. If the therapist does not encourage the creation of a reliable therapeutic alliance from the beginning of the treatment, it will be hard to develop a constructive relationship with the client later. Establishing the therapeutic alliance will increase the chances of achieving the goal of the treatment because the clients will be willing to cooperate if they trust and respect the therapist....   [tags: Health Care, Treatment]

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Qantas and Emirates: Strategic Alliance Analysis

- The strategic alliance between Qantas and Emirates was a result of a careful analysis of the airline industry and its involving competitors. Emirates CEO, Tim Clark specified that he has been closely monitoring Qantas until he saw an opportunity for both companies through a strategic alliance, mentioning that Qantas had a problem with its international segment where Emirates could help with (Joyce, 2013). The 5 year strategic alliance does not restrict to code-sharing as it includes collaboration on scheduling, pricing and sales while taking equity in each other company is out of the question, mostly because of the uneven powers between organisations (World News Australia, 2013)....   [tags: qantas, emirates, australia]

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The Therapeutic Alliance Between The Therapist And Client

- Throughout the course of our class Working With Families, we have discussed the importance of many different theories, models and concepts. The purpose of this paper is to examine that of the therapeutic alliance. Which is arguably one of the most important dynamics between the therapist and client. The outline for this assignment requests the answer to two questions, as well as supporting that answer with text and research documentation. To be able to fulfill that requirement, I had to revisit what we had already learned in reference to the therapeutic alliance....   [tags: Therapy, Psychotherapy, Clinical psychology]

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The Alliance Between The United States And Saudi

- Thesis I theorize that despite the vast differences in cultures, traditions, viewpoints, government structure, and times when conflict of interests have emerged; the United States and Saudi Araba have demonstrated they will continue to hold an alliance, because it is very advantageous and comes with numerous benefits for both nation states. However, this doesn’t mean that tensions amongst the two do not exist and whether or not they will alter this alliance come a later time, but regardless, I feel in our contemporary times this alliance will continue to go strong and have mutual benefits for both....   [tags: Saudi Arabia, United States]

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Strategic Alliance Policy to Improve Competitiveness

- INTRODUCTION The increasing number of population in Indonesian, inevitably triggering the increasing number electricity demand. Electricity becomes principal things in various sectors, ranging from the fulfillment of household needs until supply to the industrial sector. This is an interesting thing which become the trigger of the economy of Indonesia and becomes one of the factors to attract investors to invest their money in Indonesia. Indonesian economy shows increasing growth rate. Indonesia will take an advantage of economic growth to reach 6.5%....   [tags: Indonesia, electricity, PLN, economy]

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Companies International Alliance: International Joint Venture

- Introduction In the past two decades, international alliances have become a central part of companies’ competitive and growth strategies (Kale and Singh, 2009). However, alliance termination rates are reportedly over 50% (Lunnan and Haugland, 2008). This paper aims to critically examine the reasoning behind the low success rates of International Joint Ventures (IJVs). Definition Glaister, Husan and Buckley (2004, p.1) define the IJV as “two or more legally distinct organisations (the parents), each of which invests in the venture (the child) and actively participates in the decision-making activities of the jointly owned entity”....   [tags: strategies, termination, failure]

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The Alliance System Led to World War I

- There are many reasons why World War One occurred in 1914, many are complex and remain controversial which is why the matter has been disputed to this day by historians all over the world. My theory is that a lot of those reasons and the trigger factor all links to one thing; the alliance system. The alliance system is what made countries oppose each other and become rivals making it the most significant factor. It had an impact on who supported who when Duke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated. This was only the spark that started war in Europe; there were long term causes that contributed to the war and were the origins....   [tags: World War I, first world war, world war one]

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The Therapeutic Alliance Is A Key Component Of Psychological Treatment

- In the literature, the therapeutic alliance is labelled in several ways; therapeutic alliance, working alliance, therapeutic bond and helping alliance, (Horvath & Luborsky, 1993). Whilst the labelling may be varied, three common themes, based on the Alliance Model (Bordin, 1979), are evident: 1. An agreement between the patient and therapist on goals and tasks 2. The bond existing between the patient and therapist 3. Based on a collaborative relationship (Horvath & Luborsky, 1993; Martin, Garske, & Davis, 2000)....   [tags: Major depressive disorder, Dysthymia]

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Causes of the Franco-Russian Alliance

- Causes of the Franco-Russian Alliance During the late 19th century many countries sought an alliance with other countries to guarantee their own safety, preserve peace and sometimes to help their economic position. this is highlighted by alliances and treaties such as the "Dual Alliance" of 1879, the "Dreikaiserbund" of 1881 and the "Reinsurance Treaty" This was also the case for both France and Russia, with them agreeing the "Franco-Russian Military Convention" on August 18th 1892 and later agreeing the "Franco-Russian Alliance" in 1893....   [tags: European Europe History]

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Norfolk State University Corporate Gold Alliance Partnership

- Norfolk State University Corporate Gold Alliance Partnership – Career Preparation Norfolk State University will build strategic alliances with top potential employers seeking a strong pool of graduates in several fields of study. The partnership with these organizations is two-fold 1.) Students will gain first-hand knowledge of the recruiting practices, corporate culture, and employer expectations 2.) Professors will obtain workplace knowledge and insight on industry specific expectations that will help enhance academic-workforce curriculum and to prepare students to become extraordinary employees and future leaders within the company....   [tags: Employment, Recruitment, Academic term]

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Strategic Alliance

- Strategic Alliance In today’s ever changing environments strategic alliances have emerged as a driving force behind the success of many business ventures. Strategic alliances allow companies to expand their reach without having to maximise their risk or commit themselves beyond their core business. Throughout this paper I will be examining the driving forces behind strategic alliances looking predominately at the motivations behind the formation of a strategic alliance and the idea of a multi company alliance....   [tags: Business Strategy]

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Nursing Home Residents Perception On Therapeutic Alliance

- Nursing Home Residents Perception on Therapeutic Alliance Over the years, the amount of research has increased especially for individuals in nursing home dealing with depression. Current research has demonstrated that the prevalence of depression in nursing homes has been consistently high (Llewellyn-Jones & Snowdon, 2007, p. 629). However, current research has been done in order to determine the perception of the nursing home resident on depression. Even though healthcare workers fail to recognize depression in nursing home residents, nursing home residents with depression should seek treatment such as cognitive-behavioral-therapy for the sake that nursing home residents with depre...   [tags: Suicide, Bipolar disorder, Nursing home]

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The Outbreak of War Due to the Alliance System

- The Outbreak of War Due to the Alliance System Firstly, the fact that the alliances were always made on a war-footing and the powers were divided into sides nurtured a sense of competition and heightened the war tension and led to an arm race between European powers. For example, after the formation of the Triple Entente, Germany competed with Brit in building dreadnoughts. Thus all European powers were ready for war in 1914. Secondly, as most details of the alliances were kept secret, mutual suspicions and fears deepened and the powers watched each other’s moved suspiciously....   [tags: Free Essays]

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Was the Alliance System Responsible for the Outbreak of WWI?

- Was the Alliance System Responsible for the Outbreak of WWI. The importance of the alliance system that developed in Europe in the decades before World War I as a cause for it is still an important topic of debate and argument between modern historians. Some argue that the alliance system was a direct cause of the outbreak of war between all major countries in Europe while other historians prefer to state that the alliance configuration we observe before the war started was simply a symptom of the conflicts and disagreements, fears and envies that had been accumulating since the Bismarck system of alliances collapsed, and even before then....   [tags: World War I History]

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Bismarckian Alliance

- Bismarckian Alliance The relations between the Great Powers in Europe changed a lot with the accession to the throne of Wilhelm the II in 1888, his dismissal of Chancellor Otto van Bismarck two year later and therefore the breakdown of the Bismarckian Alliance System. The unification of Germany, and the political greatness of Prussia and the empire, are ascribed to the statesmanship of Bismarck. Bismarck was the father of the German nation, he created it and he also masterminded a plan to keep Germany safe from the enemy nations around her....   [tags: essays papers]

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Europe’s Domination of Indian Ocean Arena: Costal Port Control and Alliance

- The Indian Ocean arena arguable is one of the largest trading networks that had existed in pre-modern history. The changes that occurred in the region from fifteen hundred to eighteen hundred are ones that considerable shaped and changed how the world. With previously connected trade routes connecting large portions of this area through land it was only a matter of time before the sea would lead to the expansion of trade throughout the Indian Ocean arena. With Europeans wanting spices and textiles, the effectiveness to bring these goods back to Europe was going to have to change....   [tags: trading network, pre-modern history, ]

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The First World War As The Result Of The Alliance System

- The First World War As The Result Of The Alliance System The alliance system played a key role in starting the First World War. The alliances increased tension, they restricted states’ actions because they were binding and most importantly, they involved more countries into the war; they increased the scale of the war. These are the reasons why the alliances are a key factor in causing the war. However, the alliances themselves didn’t cause the war; we must also consider the roles of the other factors, i.e....   [tags: Papers]

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The Contribution of the Alliance System to the Outbreak of the First World War

- The Contribution of the Alliance System to the Outbreak of the First World War The "Alliance System" refers to the formation of military alliances or conclusioné”æˆ of ententes諒解 among the European powers during the period of 1871-1914. The Alliance System was first devised設計 by Bismarck; it was one of the underlying causesé å›  leading to the outbreak of the First World War. The Alliance System during the period of 1871-1890 was called the Bismarckian System. In the Franco-Prussian War, France was utterly defeated慘敗....   [tags: Papers]

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Imperialism in World War 1

- Imperialism in World War 1 Imperialism was one of the four contributing factors to the cause of World War One, along with secret alliances, militarism, and nationalism. It is the most important cause of WW1, because it created a build-up of tension in Europe and outside of Europe, and through imperialism, the three other causes were able to affect the beginnings of the war. Imperialism is defined as the governing of one people by another country, which was a recurring dilemma prior to WW1 due to the industrialist movement....   [tags: alliance, military , nationalism]

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World War I: Archduke Franz Ferdinard

- World War I: Archduke Franz Ferdinand Shot and killed in 1914 as a result of disharmony between Serbia and Austria-Hungary, Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s death is considered to have been the spark that initiated World War I. Contrary to Woodrow Wilson’s wishes of staying neutral throughout the war, the United States eventually joined forces with the Triple Entente against the Triple Alliance. Based on the beliefs and actions of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, it was in the national interest of the United States to declare war in 1917 due to Austria-Hungary and Serbia’s relationship, the cause and effect of the archduke’s death, and the formation of alliances....   [tags: alliance, neutral, warfare]

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Coca-Cola's Customer Relationship Management Strategies

- Customer Relationship Management Strategies for Business Market (Individual) Collaborative customer relationship Collaborative customer relationship can be defined as a relationship-building strategies which is target on strong and lasting commitment, are especially appropriate for customers. Coca-Cola is stress in their customer relationship as an organization. For example, Coca-Cola will corporate closely with their largest customers in order to build up versatile relationship. Moreover, operational linkages and information sharing system is important for keeping the product and service that offered is suit with the customer’s needs and wants....   [tags: marketing, alliance, brand]

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The Cause of WWI was Imperialism Leading to a Bad Economy

- ... When two powerful countries try and conquer a smaller country, then this will cause trade tension and everyone will want to go there. All of this will build up in argument and the last resort is war. Imperialism led to the three other contributors to the war because without the tension created by imperialism, secret and special alliances would not be needed. Alliances like the Triple Alliance, which consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy that lasted until the start of the war, and the Three Emperors League, which involved Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Germany and created tension prior to the war, were created in case of war, which would not be an issue had there not been minor c...   [tags: industrialization, alliance, tension]

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Weather Underground Organization (WUO) Fought for All Americans

- In May of 1970, an organized group of white, mostly middle-class college students issued a declaration of war against the United States. In a communique -- the first of many -- they outlined a plan to violently revolt against the warmongering institution that was U.S. government. Over the next two decades, this group, calling themselves the Weather Underground Organization (WUO), bombed countless public buildings (such as the Pentagon and U.S. Capitol Building) as acts of protest against what they perceived as an illegal, immoral governing body....   [tags: Worker Student Alliance]

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The Formation of the Alliance System from 1873 - 1907

- The Formation of the Alliance System from 1873 - 1907 After the Franco-Prussian War, which Bismarck, the German Chancellor started against France as a way for unification of Germany, France lost in an insulting humiliation, that she was forced to cede Alsace and Lorraine to Germany in 1871. As a result, Bismarck succeeded in uniting his country, yet, the French’s strong desire for revenge had been Bismarck’s nightmare. Knowing that Germany might probably face a two-front war (fight against France and Russia), Bismarck started a series of alliances with European powers from 1873 to 1907, in order to isolate his country’s powerful enemy, France....   [tags: Papers]

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Alliance Origins and Their Effect on the Outbreak of World War One

- Alliance Origins and Their Effect on the Outbreak of World War One The First World War began after a complex series of events, which had distinct roots that can be found in the foreign policies of European countries' governments. It is not easy to explain how a conflict between Austria-Hungary and Serbia developed into a world war but it can be figured out through careful examination of the alliance systems at the outbreak of the war. Rivalries were increasing and quite evident in the twenty years preceding the war....   [tags: Papers]

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What Caused World War One?

- The First World War (WWI) was a global war started in Europe from 1914 until 1918 that killed over 9 million soldiers as according to Van Tol, Ottery & Keith (2012). This huge, bloody war was caused by many different factors, such as colonial rivalries, militarism and the alliance system which centred in Europe. Most importantly, the July Crisis in 1914 – began with the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand – was the immediate cause of World War One. Nonetheless, the two major causes were nationalism and imperialism – jingoism and greed for power plus wealth – that directed the countries to war, as will be explained further in this essay....   [tags: alliance, militarism, rivalry, Europe, Ferdinand]

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An Analysis of the Populist and Progressive Era

- In the words of Thomas Jefferson, “A wise and frugal Government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government, and this is necessary to close the circlue of our felicities.” (Jefferson, 1801) This idea echoed far beyond it’s time and into the minds and hearts of the Populist’s, and became the center and the driving force of the Progressive era....   [tags: populist, farmer's alliance, progressive movement]

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The Responsibility of the Arms Race or the Alliance System for the Outbreak of War in 1914

- The Responsibility of the Arms Race or the Alliance System for the Outbreak of War in 1914 No justification of the commencement of war in 1914 can completely avoid considering acutely the nature and the concoction of the alliance system and the arms race. The coalitions that had initially served the cause of serenity, almost instinctively helped maneuver a domesticated altercation into being a universal war. Accordingly the precariousness of the arms race and the pre-war alliances make them primary instigators of World War I....   [tags: Papers]

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The Extent to Which the First World War was Caused by the Alliance System

- The Extent to Which the First World War was Caused by the Alliance System Many historians have debated about the main causes of World War I. The importance of the alliance system, which was developed in Europe in the decades before, as a cause for the war is still an important topic that historians debate today. The alliance system was the division of two armed camps between the European major powers: the Triple Alliance (Germany, Austria-Hungary and Italy) and the Triple Entente (Britain France and Russia)....   [tags: Papers]

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The Alliance For A Healthier Generation Foundation

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Business Ethics And Leadership Alliance

- Business Ethics Leadership Alliance Case Study The Business Ethics and Leadership Alliance formed in 2008. The goal of BELA is to create a set of standards that group members adopt in order to prevent ethics violations. Consequently, alliance members are required to conform to BELA’s legal, transparency, conflict identification, and accountability standards. The goal is to increase the positive reputation of businesses by meeting ethical and social responsibilities. While some see the alliance as a positive step for organizations, others see another façade to pacify an angry public....   [tags: Ethics, Business ethics, Morality, Philosophy]

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The War of the Triple Alliance

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- Fiat faced one of its best time in America Industry with its eminent techniques around the world. When the opportunity of a new alliance was masterful to set a new system to rise its name in the automobile industry, there was no other option to apply the new alliance strategically . For the other side, FCA US LLC, better known as Fiat Chrysler or just Chrysler, cannot compare their demand with GM and Ford; leading it as the “Number Three” in the North American market. Due to the fact of this disadvantage, Chrysler was focus in to get out of that ranking when the first two automobile companies were improving their actual models letting Chrysler behind the scene....   [tags: Automotive industry, Fiat, Chrysler]

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Engagement Of A Good Therapeutic Alliance

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The Benefits Of The Therapeutic Alliance

- The therapeutic alliance is an association where both specialist and patient concede to shared objectives and cooperate on errands which possibly will create a positive result. This collusion is based on acknowledgment, compassion and trust, with the observation that the relationship is an element in fruitful treatment. The association or helpful union amongst advisor and customer has been a center and analyzed ordinarily all through the verifiable advancement of psychotherapy. It is in my personal opinion that the relationship between the clinician and the client is a crucial aspect for helpful result....   [tags: Therapy, Psychotherapy, The Specialist, Customer]

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The National Alliance On Mental Illness

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The Public Service Alliance Of Canada

- The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) is one of our nation’s largest unions with over 172,000 members in 2012. PSAC has represented the rights of women, aboriginals, people with disabilities, LGBTQ* workers as well as every member in good standing. Equality in the workplace has been a priority and remains a constant focus, yet situations are evident that inequality exists. During the previous government tenure, restraints proved to hinder the expansion of the public service workforce, hindered the progressive vision of retaining, training and motivating the current employees whether they be terms, casuals, secondments or other tenures....   [tags: Employment, At-will employment, Trade union]

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Corporate Alliance : An Organization

- According to Sahakian (1998), corporate alliance is where two or more organizations join together, for instance, in order to share risks or exchange resources. The particular alliance might take different forms such as a relationship with a service provider, an alliance with a main customer, among others. However, Dent (2000) argued that there should not be any misunderstanding concerning the significance of what is described as a healthy and effective partnership. This is because this is usually critical for the success of every organization in today’s business environment....   [tags: Outsourcing, Management, Service provider]

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The Strategic Vision Of Alliance

- Alliance does a great job of integrating their strategic vision into their talent development. In order to double their sales by 20/20, much of their strategic development involves growing, promoting, and backfilling. At the beginning of each year, the leadership team creates a set of imperatives for the business level. These imperatives are then used at the department level and cascade down to individual goals. These goals are formally entered into the company system, but Ms. Wampler informed us that these goals are not policed or enforced....   [tags: Strategic management, Management, Strategy]

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