Anders Fogh Rasmussen

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  • Nato State Practice Of Libya

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    B. NATO State Practice in Libya The French initiated military action against Libya on March 19, 2011, with NATO taking over operational control of the action on March 25, 2011. Again, under the leadership of NATO, air power was deployed to stop human rights abuses on the ground. This time, the use of force was authorized by the UN Security Council. NATO’s intervention came in the form of an air campaign—the so-called operation “Unified Protector”--which targeted Libyan air defense capabilities

  • Mary Shelly Research Paper

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    Science and medicine can be revolutionary. Scientists and doctors discover and create new things every day that benefits society. Scientific breakthroughs happen all the time and usually the use is for good but then things change. In the case of Mary Shellys frankenstein Victor had made his creation in order to further surgical procedures for limbs, and in the most severe case, death. Victor had thought up everything and envisioned something perfect but as this quote from Mary Shelley says: “How

  • Crisis in Ukraine Essay

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    The big crisis in Ukraine is starting to get out of hand. The government cannot even figure out what to do, and is getting kicked out of office. There are street protests happening all over Ukraine especially at Kyiv’s Independence Square. There is civil unrest against Yanukovych because he did not do what the people wanted to have. After everything is starting to cool down, Russian troops start to enter the country. The crisis was getting so far out of hand that the US and the EU had to figure out

  • The Russian Federation Of The Crimean Peninsula

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    On March 21 2014, the Russian Federation officially annexed the Crimean Peninsula after a well conducted, hybrid type operation. Throughout the history, Crimea was a peninsula of numerous disputes and fierce battles among different nations. Its location made it a strategic objective in the Black Sea Region. The Crimean Peninsula became even more valuable to a country that desperately needed access to the warm waters of this sea - the Russian Federation (Piticar 2014, 438). Moreover, this peninsula

  • The Atlantic And The Indian Oceans

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    Moreover, this peninsula gave Russia access to the Mediterranean Sea and from there to both the Atlantic and the Indian Oceans. In order to get this strategic objective, Russia conducted a very complex operation that shook the whole world and changed the way the international security is viewed. However, it was not only the capabilities of the Russian Army planners and troops that made the operation a success. Multiple factors played a crucial role and ultimately facilitated the seizure of the Crimean

  • The World War II

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    There are many places on Earth that have a disputable history. Crimea is somewhere in the top of those places. This is due to the very complex situations that this peninsula and its inhabitants have faced throughout the history. Undoubtedly, history is one of the complex factors that played a crucial role and ultimately led to the seizure of the peninsula. First inhabitants of Crimea were the Cimmerian people in the 5th century B.C. They were followed by Greeks in the 1st century B.C. and then by

  • The Fundamental Need of North Atlantic Treaty Organization

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    Introduction The world is not a safe place in 21st century and the global security concerns constantly emerge. Civil wars, violence and instability in ‘failing states’, emerging crises, international terrorism, piracy, cyber-attacks and energy security challenges as well as resurging aggressive Russia’s ambitions, are and will be elements of changing security environment. The fundamental need of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) members and partners to ensure peace, security and stability

  • Drones in America and How They Infringe on the 4th Amendment and Due Process of the Law

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    Sheneta R. Ervin Constitutional Law II Dr. Jeffery Swain Florida Memorial University Drones In America And How They Infringe On The Fourth Amendment and Due Process Of The Law Abstract The purpose of this research paper is to show how unmanned aerial vehicles, better known as UAV’s or drones infringe on the Fourth Amendment and Due Process of the law. The Fourth Amendment states; ” the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable

  • Withdrawal of U.S Troops from Afghanistan and Its Impact on Region

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    1 ARTICLE WITHDRAWAL OF U.S TROOPS FROM AFGHANISTAN AND ITS IMPACT ON REGION WRITTEN BY: USAMA PERVAIZ OUTLINE 1.COMPLETE BACKGROUND OF THE SITUATION 2.PLAN OF REMOVAL OF FORCES 3.POST REMOVAL PLAN 4.IMPACT ON INDIA,PAKISTAN AND TAJIKISTAN 5.FUTURE RELATIONS OF PAKISTAN AND AFGHANISTAN 6.CHALLENGES AND OPPURTUNITIES FOR PASKISTAN 7.SOME RECOMMENDATIONS 8.SCENARIOS OF AFGHANISTAN 9.CONCLUSION. ______________________________________________________________________________ The Withdrawal of U.S.

  • Conflict Between The Humanitarian Action And The East Of Ukraine Essay

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    INTRODUCTION In 2014, emergence of two separate entities in the east of Ukraine has reawaken the issues surrounding the provision of humanitarian action in non-recognized entities effectively controlling a territory. If the Humanitarian needs and the effects of wars on civilian population are rarely manageable for the de facto states without external assistance, Humanitarian action may be instrumentalized, hence creating additional challenges for humanitarian actors. The core idea of this paper

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