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    Was US hegemony in the 20th century inevitable? Why? Or Why not Mearsheimer defined a hegemon as a state that dominates all others, but he stressed the limitations of hegemony (2001, pp40-2.) America experienced an extend of power, financially, economically, military, and internationally that lead the country to hegemony. Some scholars believed that America became a superpower. Others think that its hegemony is precarious. Many internal and structural factors predisposed the United States to

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    Brazil as an example, I will expand on how the political leadership establishes and maintains its control. Gramsci conceived of hegemony when he was imprisoned by Mussolini’s Fascist regime. He was interested in understanding how a state could remain in power and maintain its control even when so many people were oppressed by it. Gramsci developed his concept of hegemony to understand how forces of power can lead people in the lower class to maintain the status quo rather than rebel against it even

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    idea of opposition side of humanitarian intervention is that it might be a justification of hegemonic countries’ acts upon those countries to gain or keep their benefits on from them. By using this idea as a base, this essay will explain that how hegemony uses humanitarian interventions according to their interest and why the critical theory is the most appropriate theory to explain this issue. Critical theory has its roots in the Antonio Gramsci (1891-1937)’s work ‘Prison Notebooks’ which was published

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    The Role of a Leader

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    When it comes to leadership everyone has their own idea or theory of what is required of a leader, how they should be perceived, and what skills it takes to be a leader. The information below shows how ethics, healthy communication, performance, power, and social perception are a part of being a leader in the business world. A leader in the business environment has to have high morals, understand, set a strong example of the actions they want their employees to emulate, exhibit that they are in

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    SIT

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    governance represents the relationship between hegemony and military-politico conflict. Gilpin argues the relationship between hegemonic power and military conflict inverse. Gilpin’s model of hegemonic governance follows four hypotheses concerning the relationship between conflict and hegemonic power. The first hypothesis is the frequency of “International conflict is inversely related to a hegemon’s relative power capabilities during the entire cycle of hegemony”. The second hypothesis by Gilpins states

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    Letter to Menoeceus: Epicurus

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    Intellectuals are philosophers, are writers, are artists. They are all those people who work with their minds by questioning the events that touch them and that are touched by them. To recall a Plato's famous allegory, we can say that intellectuals are those who are able to look beyond the shadows and never take concepts for granted. However, some questions as what their role is and, more specifically, whether they should be engaged in politics are still unanswerable. Over the years answers and behaviors

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    The Prison Notebooks: Antonio Gramsci

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    concerned with the dominance of a small ruling elite upon society, both on a national and international scale. Arguably the foundational concept of Gramsci’s vision is that of hegemony, as this concept forms the basis from which the majority of Gramscian ideas evolve. It is essential to distinguish the Gramscian notion of hegemony from its traditional understanding within dominant International Relations theories such as neo-realism. Within such theories, the term refers to a state’s hard and soft power

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    trends of Hollywood globalization, becomes pillars in the hegemony of corporate ideology (240). Cultural hegemony, along with cinema and media, are co-responsible for the social and economic forms of oppression, such as racial inequalities. This essay will focus on social and economic forms of oppression in Paradise Now and the racial inequalities that co-arise from American cinema. Schudson states that media reinforces the cultural hegemony of dominant groups by making any existing distribution of

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    resembles Michel Foucault’s idea of the power of the panopticon, which parallels the distinct power of the Torah. I will also argue that, based on the interactions between the rabbi and the participants at the service, Antonio Gramsci’s concept of hegemony was not properly represented in the synagogue. The first interesting observation that I made was the different in behavior in relation to the different occurrences during the service. In one scenario, the rabbi moved through the congregation carrying

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    to maximize their power relative to others (Mearsheimer 2001). If rival countries possess enough power to threaten a State, it can never be safe. The hegemony is thus the best strategy for a country to pursue, if it can. Defensive Realists, in contrast, believe that domination is an unwise strategy for State survival. They note that seeking hegemony may bring a State into dangerous conflicts with its peers. Instead, defensive Realists emphasize the stabi... ... middle of paper ... ...ee BOP in

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