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    have contributed to the world of politics and paved the way for our modern day government. Not only have they built up a forum for how policymaking is organized and overall studied, they have also illuminated new ways to carry out our judicial systems. Two of the major component thinkers that attributed to the growth of politics as a whole were Aristotle and Plato. These two philosophers not only presented new theories but also changed how legislation is viewed by the world and potential lawmakers

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    In the world of modern politics there are International organizations that focus of world trade to world healthcare to smaller organizations and can comprise of small countries to the world’s power house countries like Russia and the United states. These international organizations play a very large role in the global politics scale and to help understand their impact, different theories were created to help describe their overall impact on the global scale. Four of the main theories as are Neorealism

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    The study of International Politics is very important and extremely relevant in today’s society, especially in a world that is so easily impacted by the countries and nations around the United States, whether it is positive or negative. As a republic, we tend to feel irrelevant in the world despite our loyalty as a nation. Many people feel that since they are only one person they can do very little to help the world, but I believe that if more people were educated on international matters and the

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    broader society. Through their representation of the complexities of politics and its profound impact on the people, both Aldous Huxley and director George Clooney elucidate the prevalent political ideologies of their times. Huxley’s 1932 prose fiction Brave New World describes the fears and anxieties that were common in the 1920s – 1930s due to the Great Wars. Conversely, Clooney’s 2011 film Ides of March portrays the underhanded politics in the contemporary context and its impact on the societal perspectives

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    features of Liberalism that are explained by the world politics and the ones obscured by it. It looks into how elements like Free trade, Internationalism, Theory of Democratic Peace, Security Co-Binding have shaped global politics and how the idea of liberal and illiberal fights been obscured in the realm of global politics. The essay is concluded with a gist of how post-cold war liberalism has shaped the west and is responsible in engaging the world in a liberal order. Introduction When we look back

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    however, it has effects on the environment, culture, the economy, politics and the human population (Globalization 101). Globalization has effected the environment due to human productivity; cars, technology, mining, farming and the advancements of different products. Globalization has effected culture due to the diffusion of ideas, beliefs and values around the world extending the social relationships with people around the world. Globalization has also effected the economy in the assimilation and

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    Politics on the World Wide Web With the development of the world wide web, substantial opportunity has arisen for people around the world, as easy and free access to an immediate audience of people is prevalent in the cyberspace. For example, most people in modern society are not only attached to, but also dependent on the internet for a number of reasons. These reasons may include things such as a resource for news or simply a way to stay connected with friends through social media. People who

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    The main factor that influenced the world politics in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries is globalization. For some, globalization is an inevitable process which creates opportunities for people to make connection with each other around the world, communicate and share experiences. It carries political and economic changes which open up unprecedented opportunities for prosperity for all its citizens (Scholte, 2002). For others, globalization is a process of economic, political and

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    “Time and World Politics” is a book about the past and the future. And it also has a lot to say about now – this analysis has become peculiarly relevant due to today’s uncertainty faced by the international society with the post-truth scenario of major powers in the West and their mostly unexpected change of leadership and future steps in foreign policy. Kimberly Hutchings’s work, as the title suggests, talks about the point of view of time in world politics in a very thoroughly way; it is a superb

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    Changing World Politics In a political system superintended and galvanized by anarchy and inherited norms, transformations and variations are inevitable. The origin of such system began with the “Peace of Westphalia,” marking the termination of the 30 years war, and was the prominent beginning of the modern international system of where in which Nation States are of the highest institution. This was the end of the ‘Holy Roman Empire’ (of that wasn’t holy nor Roman) and the incalculable scores of

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