What does the future resemble for the United States? Psychological militant gatherings like the Taliban, Hamas, and ISIL spin out of control in the center east, North Korea and Iran are creating atomic weapons, and strains ascend between the western world and dictator states in China and Russia. The fate of the United States is […]

The two presidents spent more on guard than any organization since WWII. Barely any individuals know that Obama spent more than Bush on guard, generally $700 billion a year contrasted with $500 billion by Bush. The tactical spending plan is underdog to Social Security as the biggest part in the U.S. government’s spending plan.  Shrubbery […]

Before the practice of diplomacy had become apparent within the borders of the United States, the country relied on the use of imperialism on many third world countries. The term American Imperialism was even created to describe the demonstration of such a grand influence the United States has had throughout the 20th century. The United […]

In 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew the Cuban government and became President. The U.S disliked Castro for multiple reasons, mainly because he turned the Cuban Government communist and was seeking to spread communism. The U.S felt the need to intervene, that’s when they launched the Bay of Pigs Invasion. The Bay of Pigs Invasion was an […]

Have you ever been scared or frightened? Have you ever dreamed or thought of another war including the united states? If you have, you might have been scared for your life. Well, that’s what people in the 1960’s were dealing with. They were frightened and scared for their family’s. October was the worst month for 1962. […]

In 1959, Fidel Castro overthrew the Cuban government and became President. The U.S disliked Castro for multiple reasons, mainly because he turned the Cuban Government communist and was seeking to spread communism. The U.S felt the need to intervene, that’s when they launched the Bay of Pigs Invasion. The Bay of Pigs Invasion was an […]

It is quite clear that the Soviet Union played a great role in the outcome of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and as a result of their participation the overall relationship of the United States and the Soviet Union was greatly impacted. Major events that had occurred during this crisis included the Soviets attempt to break […]

It was 1860, pressures were intense between the Northern and Southern states in America. Neither one of the sides could concur on significant points, explicitly servitude, and the partition of forces. This started the deadliest conflict in American history. During these essential years, the Southern states started to withdraw from the Union, the Northern states […]

The aftermath of the First World War proved it difficult for capitalism to be transformed into socialism in and peaceful way. A new ideology found its way in driving the world economy to respond to the changing economic and political spectrum that Britain and its empire was embedded. Capitalist competition was increasing amongst the states […]

What was the significance of the Thirty Years’ War (1618-1648) for the relations between States? To what extent is Modern diplomacy Renaissance diplomacy in disguise? The conflicts known as the Thirty Years’ War fundamentally altered the balance of power in Europe. Indeed, it could certainly be argued that modern diplomacy is ‘Renaissance diplomacy in disguise’, […]

I have chosen to analyze Donald Trump through the lens of realism. Realism’s use in international relations is fairly new. The basic ideas of realism can be traced back to classical texts such as Thucydide’s History of the Peloponnesian War. Realism essentially says that people are afraid and try to self-preserve by obtaining power. Within […]

Furthermore, another fundamental cause for why the Treaty of Versailles must be directly considered as a tragedy is due to the fact that the 14 points or peace terms that were implemented by the United States president Woodrow Wilson within the peaceful negotiations made to end WWI were contradicted. As although the Treaty of versailles […]

Exactly five years after the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, the event that tipped Europe into a world war, the Treaty of Versailles was signed in Paris on June 28, 1919. The armistice signed on November 11, 1918, officially ended the hostilities, but the negotiations between the Allied victors at the Paris Peace Conference lasted […]

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1. Nuclear diplomacy worldwide is in a state of flux. Nuclear deterrence is being overhauled to accommodate missile defence and arms control is facing a precedent challenge. The contemporary situation is very different from what the world faced two decades ago. As a non nuclear nation India had certain perspective on issues […]

It has been argued during this paper that Germanys assertive nationalism and war planners belief in offensive dominance jointly contributed to the outbreak of Planet War I. The injection of own plan preferences into the choice-earning approach by leaders and inconsistent cooperation concerning civilian elites and the military services lies at the heart of this […]