Category: Politics

Please view our sample essays on politics in this category.

Essay: The major US military operations in the pacific theatre

Sample Essay The pacific theater of operation experienced many battles in the pacific region during the Second World War. This theater was used by the US to initiate its major attacks around the pacific region Japan included. The theater experienced a number of battles, which included the famous Iwo Jima and Okinawa in February 19 1945 and April 1 1945 respectively (Basil, 118). Other battles that took place within this period include battles of Kwajalein, and Eniwetok (Gilbert and Marshall islands). The battle of Okinawa was given a code name of operation iceberg and it took place in Ryukyu Islands. It is one of the most amphibious battles t and lasted for 82 days. (more…)

Essay: The Green Movement

Sample Essay Frederick (1995) holds that the green movement is a movement where you not only do well for the planet for the sake of humans but also for the sake of the planet itself. That’s to say that you start from the whole of the globe and talk about the ecosystems, trying to keep them healthy as a value in itself. (more…)

Essay: The war of 1812-political reasons of war declaration

Sample Essay Despite political reason on war declaration on Great Britain, the United States of America was fed up with British impressments . Great Britain reverted to a policy of boarding Americans ship to retrieve the former sailors of Britain who had deserted the Royal Navy to look for a better pay and life to United States of America. As a result of this hunt for sailors, British seized 11,000 sailors by mid 1805. (more…)

Term Paper: Capital Punishments

Capital punishment is the legal killing of a person in which a person can be put to death by the state as punishment for a heinous crime. The judicial decree that someone is punished in this manner is a death sentence while the actual killing of the person is an execution. Crimes that can attract the death penalty are known as capital crimes or capital offenses. Capital punishment has, in the past, been practiced by most societies, as a punishment for criminals, and political or religious dissidents. Usually, the carrying out of the death sentence was often accompanied by torture, and executions were most often public. (more…)

Essay: Freedom of Speech

One of the basic constitutional fundamentals in every society is the right to free speech and expression. “Freedom of Speech” serves many functions and has different aspects. One of the most important functions of free speech is that it enables effective decision-making at every level because it considers an extensive range of views. This follows the contention that a decision made when all concerned parties are given the freedom to express their views is much better because it reflects the opinions, interests, and needs of all concerned. Without “freedom of speech” it is pointless to expect political or economic freedom. (more…)

Essay: America’s War on Terror

By the end of 2006, the relationship between the Iraq War and the war on terror had become very complicated: on the ground, in American rhetoric, among American politicians, and in the military budget. Military leadership and troops on the ground had begun the fight ‘between Sunnis and Shiites by August 2006. At nearly the same time, however, a classified military report on the situation in Iraq's Anbar province described it as completely under the control of the rebels and Al-Qaeda sympathizers who are opposed to the Americans presence in the country and regards them as invaders who are there only to exploit their natural resources. (more…)

Essay: Supply of Ammunition by ISI

The ISI makes sure to provide these militants with the latest arms including the SVD Dragnov, AK-47’s, sniper rifles, 12.7 mm heavy machine guns etc. They have also been providing the militants with ‘chemical missiles’, 1.07 mm rockets, 60 mm mortars, 40 mm automatic grenade launchers etc (McCollum). (more…)

Essay: American Foreign Policy in 2nd world war

In the wake of the 2nd world war the American foreign policy changed a little. The precursors of the war were similar to those witnessed in the First World War. Consequently, the Americans were quick to support the alliances with huge financial aids and military troops. TheUS still maintained its ‘neutrality’ until the attack on thePearl Harbor where it became an active country in the war. (more…)

Essay: US and Israeli relations

Mark (2002) reports that the US and Israeli relations play a key role in the US policy for the Middle East, therefore the Congress values the close and tight relationship with Israeli. As a result, Israeli receives a lot of support and aid from the US as it tries to cement the relationship. (more…)