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    Abstract Cyber security policies in the private sector have been a challenging issue for major defense contractors, especially after recent attacks. As a result, the U.S. increased its strict enforcement against these companies by justifying its intervention to improve cyber security. The government would like to impose standards for companies who lack the proper protocol. Due to the revised and new procedures, corporations are responding by rejecting any congressional intervention. This has caused

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    Defense Policy

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    Defense Policy The United States of America is one of the most powerful countries in the world. This power is a direct result of the careful planning of policies that will govern the direction that the country goes. An effective defense policy is very important in assuring the safety of the citizens in the country and assuring a commanding position within the international community. In accordance, it is important that the United States should adopt a defense policy, so that they seek to

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    Gays in the Military

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    Very often political institutions reflect the will of society and set the precedent for norms that will be expected of its members. The United States Military is still enforcing archaic policies which threaten to harm the principles our nation was founded upon. The principles of freedom and equality are those that every American holds closest to their heart, that is unless you are in the military and are gay. The issue of gays in the military has developed into a case of whether our country

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    Military Policy

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    POLSCI 111                                   Gerard Chretien Introduction to American Government               May 15, 2001 MILITARY DEFENSE POLICY Dear Mr. President, As a proud American and veteran of our great armed forces, I strongly advocate that you initiate a new policy regarding the maintenance and strategic welfare of our nations forces. The current conditions of our military are not in sync with the needs of the 21st century challenges and objectives. There is numerous issues that

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    “Elections Are Likely to Trim Number of Women in Congress – USATODAY.com.” News, Travel, Weather, Entertainment, Sports, Technology, U.S. & World – USATODAY.com. USA Today, 4 Oct. 2010. Web. 09 Nov. 2011. Swers, Michele L. The Difference Women Make: the Policy Impact of Women in Congress. Chicago: University of Chicago, 2002. Print. Terrell, Cynthia. “How Can We Get More Women Elected.” Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts. The Center for Voting and Democracy, 2001. Web. 09 Nov. 2011. “Women

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    The Economics of Federal Defense Policy

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    the most probable source of America's problems: the budget. Forty-seven percent of the national federal budget is spent for a military expense. The National Defense, the topic of this paper, is what is stealing money from the poor in our own country and lessening our status as the "sole superpower" of the world. The National Defense was a program initiated from day one of the United States' existence. It was a program designed to protect the people of the world, but primarily the people

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    members of the Bush cabinet who are associated with the PNAC are as follows: * Dick Cheney: a PNAC founder, Vice President * Donald Rumsfeld: a PNAC founder, Secretary of Defense * Paul Wolfowitz: Deputy Secretary of Defense * Elliott Abrams: NSC representative for Middle Eastern Affairs, president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center * Richard Armitage: Deputy Secretary of State * John Bolton: Under Secretary for Arms Control and International Security Affairs * Seth Cropsey: Director of the International

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    Indonesian Defense Strategy

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    Indonesian Defense Strategy A. Background Indonesian President Megawati Sukarnoputri signed a little-publicized deal at the end of April to purchase four Russia fighter jets and two helicopters as part of a much larger potential order. The decision to buy from Russia was a subject to a United States ban on military purchases; this marks a small but significant shift from Indonesia’s current dependence on United States’ military hardware. The Indonesian military is suffering from acute lack of

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    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

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    insider trading

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    nonpublic information. b.     Definition of "on the basis of." Subject to the affirmative defenses in paragraph (c) of this section, a purchase or sale of a security of an issuer is "on the basis of" material nonpublic information about that security or issuer if the person making the purchase or sale was aware of the material nonpublic information when the person made the purchase or sale. c.     Affirmative defenses. 1. i.     Subject to paragraph (c)(1)(ii) of this section, a person's purchase or sale

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