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Political Economy of Trade Analysis (72%).
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This essay argued that trade benefits growth. Case studies of Taiwan and China illustrate that there are certain conditions whereby the benefits of openness transpose to the poor. However, trade cannot be a substitute for development policy. Some countries are unable to export enough or diversify their exports out of a narrow list of commodities. This induces economic dependency and hinders long-term growth. Moreover, trade openness is not a sufficient condition to reduce poverty and inequality...

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Foreign Policy Analysis of Kazakhstan 3,000 words
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3,000 word analysis of Kazakhstan's policy. The mark given for this essay was 76/100 (1st class) This is a critical analysis of Kazakhstan’s foreign policy which shows that the direction of the policy after the country’s independence was influenced both by systemic pressures and internal dynamics of the country's politics.

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Nationalism Essay (72%)
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This essay explores the relationship between nationalism the relationship between nationalism and international order. It argues that ethnocultural identities, affiliations and obligations arising under nationalism retain their democratic value. Nevertheless, the principles or morality and justice should not be confined to the borders of nation-states and require world-wide institutionalization.

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Analysis of the causes of the Arab-Israeli conflict (72%).
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This a first class essay on the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is argued that in the end of the 1960’s the Superpowers attempted to get unilateral advantage in the region through taking sides in the struggle. Their involvement implied the structural congruency of their interests: in order to keep control of the oil-rich region, the Middle East had to remain embattled and divided. Nevertheless, increasing concerns about the détente made both Moscow and Washington weary of a prolonged war. Hence, m...

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Political Science 144 International Relations Summary
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Summary of Political Science 144 International Relations section for those who left studying for the semester test for the last minute! It is made up of parts of the slides, textbook and lecture notes.

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