⚔️ Essays on Warfare

International Terrorism and Global Response to It

Abstract International terrorism has become an issue of global concern. It has caused many deaths and damage to properties and misleading masses to abuse law and order. Terrorism has existed since the emergence of the second and the first world wars and has continued growing despite efforts by organisations, like...

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The Holocaust Aftermath in “The Shawl” and “Afterimage”

In my paper, I am going to study the motif of disappearance in the stories by Patrick Modiano and Cynthia Ozick. Because both authors were born after the Holocaust has ended, these novels cannot be considered memoirist. On the other hand, the subject of the aftermath of the Holocaust in...

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Adolf Hitler’s Rise to Power in Germany

Introduction Hitler had an unexceptional political vocation in World War I. However, by the 1930s, he had turned out to be a powerful person in Germany. There is no specific factor that can be attributed to the rise of Hitler, but a variety of factors that happened either subsequently or...

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Unmanned Aerial Vehicles as a Security Threat for the UAE

Introduction Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)–powered aerial vehicle carrying no human operators that use aerodynamic forces to fly automatically with remote control–are rapidly gaining popularity with hostile non-state actors (including terrorist groups) and, at present, are widely used in war operations against state militaries as they can carry a lethal payload...

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Impacts of World War l

World War 1 Economic impacts of World War 1 The United States was one of the countries that were directly involved in the First World War. Consequently, the country realized direct impacts of the war in terms of its economy. One of the economic effects of the First World War,...

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The Korean War vs. the Vietnam War

The Korean War is also known as the “Fatherland Liberation War” that lasted between June 25, 1950, and July 27, 1953. The war broke as a disagreement over boundaries between North and South Korea. The United Nations forces led by the US fought for the South while China and the...

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Tragic Terrorist Events of September 11, 2001

The subject of the case study and its importance The subject of the case study is the tragic terrorist events of September 11, 2001. This case study is important because it examines one of the unforgettable disasters in America’s history. The attacks “targeted some of the nation’s symbolic landmarks such...

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Attack on Pearl Harbor: Effects of Foreign Policy Biases

Introduction In order to comprehensively review the research framework within the past researches on the topic of effects of foreign policy biases, this part of the research project will concentrate on the past journal, books, and reports discussing the biases in foreign policy decision making and biases that may arise...

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The US National Intelligence

What biases, if any, might be common to U.S. intelligence agencies? Give two examples from history or the modern-day? The United States is faced with the great challenge of protecting the interests of its people in the highly competitive and uncertain international system where state actors are simply concerned with...

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Was Korean War a Civil War or an International War?

What is the background of the Korean War? Concerning the history of the Korean War, the result was the division of the Korean peninsula by American administrators that was ruled by Japan until the end of World War II so united Russians took the ownership of the industrial north and...

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The Manhattan Project and Its Effects

Manhattan Project: Outline The Manhattan Project Purpose of the Manhattan Project Social and Cultural Effects of the Project Political and technological effects of the Project Manhattan Project The Manhattan Project was a code name for a military project that was conducted during World War II between 1942 and 1946. The...

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Terrorism in Palestine: Opposing Viewpoints

Suicide attacks carried out by Palestinian militant groups had already killed many Israeli soldiers and civilians. This is an act of war. Those who masterminded the attacks said that their actions are justified. They will continue to fight using unconventional methods until they can uproot Israel from Palestine. There are...

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World War II Memorials in Pacific Asia

Introduction Many nations remember The Second War and the people who perished during the combat in a variety of ways. Memorials of those who passed away and museums to bring to memory the past are not unique to the area of Asia Pacific. This war was one of the major...

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