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    Exploring The Discourse Of International Affairs When I first enrolled in State University, I began to search the course catalog for undergraduate programs. I was a transfer student from a Law school; therefore, I knew from past experiences that I was interested in Politics. State University offers Political Science and International Affairs. The word “international” got my attention due to the fact that I have always been interested in traveling and learning languages. I already spoke Spanish

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    Introduction International relations play a critical role in enhancing cooperation amongst countries. This is of significance to Australia and could help create a favorable environment which is likely to help develop trade over the next thirty years. Therefore the question that arises is how Australia can ensure that its national economy and international relationships are secured and strengthened which will be discussed in this essay. In doing so most people are geared to benefit from this encounter

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    Culture is very important in international affairs, and also something that remains a mystery why many analysts choose to ignore it. Here are some reasons which get most controversial arguments in the social sciences, why people pay little attention to culture. Culture is very difficult to change. Culture does change but gradually and took several decades and even centuries. Therefore, many politicians and academics chose to ignore the culture. A reformer is in a hurry to change this, it has been

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    In the profession of public relations, experience and understanding in international affairs has now become increasingly significant. Public relation practitioners will have to alter the way they work because it is rather different working with colleagues or clients other than their own as multiple languages may have to be translated after a creation of a campaign material and practitioners may have to travel to other countries to conduct public relations work. Also, due largely to globalisation

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    Bill Clinton

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    including selection as a delegate to the American Legion Boy's Nation program in Washington, D.C., where the 16-year-old Clinton met Pres. John F. Kennedy and determined to embark on a political career. Attending Georgetown University to study international affairs, Clinton served as an intern for Sen. J. William Fulbright of Arkansas before receiving his B.S. degree in 1968. After winning a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University, Clinton returned to the United States to enroll at Yale Law School. In

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    state; a state being defined as a stable population with a government, a monopoly over the legitimate use of force, definite borders, and sovereignty that is recognized by other members of the inter-state system (Dunne 158). This model of international affairs, known as ‘political realism’, has been the defining characteristic since roughly the time of the Peace of Westphalia in 1648. This seems to be a simple and valid enough explanation for the way the world works, but will this be changing

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    Needless to say, there was an immense amount of pressure on the teenaged boy: not only was he the religious leader of millions of Tibetans, he was now also their political leader as well. Furthermore, his previous experience with government and international affairs was extremely limited, and he himself did not feel prepared for the position despite the wishes of the people that he become king. When Tibet’s deteriorating situation forced him to furtively escape from Tibet into northern India, the Dalai

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    Queen Elizabeth 1

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    Elizabeth I (also known as Elizabeth the Great, or the "Virgin Queen") was born in 1533 into a dangerous world of political intrigue. When she was only two years old, her father, King Henry VIII killed her mother, Ann Boleyn, because she had not yet produced a male heir. Henry's routine killing of her successive stepmothers every few years traumatized Elizabeth, who loved her father. Although Henry finally did father a son, Edward VI, the boy did not live long, dying at the age of sixteen after a

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    S. foreign policy because of its strategic location and its democratic government. However, Turkey often is overlooked in the larger picture of U.S. foreign policy. Because of this, Turkey has managed to only be partially involved in major international affairs. To put it bluntly, America uses Turkey when it needs it, but other than that, Turkey is not a major priority of U.S. foreign policy. The problem with this situation is that Turkey often suffers. It can be noted that U.S. foreign policy has

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    Politician vs. Statesman

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    collaborate in their meanings. Many times, these two works can be used as synonyms when describing an individual, but they do have their subtle differences. Both a politician and a statesman are defined as “man who is a leader in national or international affairs” or “a man who is a respected leader in a given field” (http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=statesman / http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=politician). Although these two words are termed the same, they do have their differences

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