Thesis Proposal

Fragile Jordanian Stability amid Internal and External Threats Student’s Name The Name of the Class (Course) Professor (Tutor) The Name of the School (University) The City and State where it is located The Date The study appraises how the nation continues to maintain stability in the face of internal and external threats. The research evaluates the nation’s historical evolution, its standing in the Middle East, and its capacity to maintain political stability. Overview The delicate stability existing in Jordan is highly contrastive of its internal challenges and instability among its neighbors. The nation’s economy is struggling since the nation is dependent on foreign aid and...

The relation between the European union and Turkey with focus on the refugee crisis

Introduction The relation between the European Union and Turkey with a focus on the Refugee crisis. Turkey has been one of the Main entrances for European migrants from the time the Cold War came to an end. Turkey had become the transit country for migrants during the 1990s (İçduygu 7). Most of the migrants opted to relocate to Turkey first before moving to the West. However, Turkey could not document the asylum seekers officially because there was no established method of doing so (İçduygu 8). This, in turn, affected their negotiations with the European Union. There has been a strong relationship between the EU and Turkey. There has been a series of negotiations pertaining to the refugee...

The Future of War

The Future of War Student’s name University The future of war is traditionally an ever-changing aspect across the globe. Historians have argued that none of the previous societies learnt from history since changes, disruptions, or events can dent the forecast of the future. Traditionally, war relied on huge numbers of the military, especially during the European dominance. However, changing strategies of war required nations to establish new avenues to win the war. World wars elaborated the need for coalitions, advanced weaponry, and strategies to win the war. The World Wars led to the introduction of the scorched earth policy, aerial bombardments, nuclear weapons, block by block combat, and...

Evolution of diplomatic relations between Morocco and Algeria since 1962

Evolution of Diplomatic Relations between Morocco and Algeria Since 1962 Name Class Date Introduction Morocco and Algeria are the two principal nations of the Maghreb when considering their population size and geographical extent. Traditionally, diplomatic relations entailed an interaction between countries; however, in another sense, it involves permanent communication and contact between sovereign nations. The manner in which the discussion takes place requires the participating countries to send a special envoy to formally deal with each other and work in each other’s nations. A diplomat is an individual who officially represents his or her government, present in another country for...