AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY

Question 1.What the impact did  U.S did presidential decrees and doctrines  on military policy  have on  the structure and mission of the military during  the cold war  of the 1940s. 2.Summarize the impact of technological advances pertaining modern warfare on the role of  U.S military  response  to the concepts of the new Look  and flexible response policies.   AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY After the Second World War, the United States and Russia emerged as superpowers who went ahead to dominate the global politics and economics for a decade. However, their similarities end there considering that one country adopted capitalism while the other adopted socialism. The cold war was the most important political issue of the early postwar period that grew out of longstanding disagreements between the Soviet Union and the United States. Different United States president has implemented different rules and military policies that have shaped the American military history over the years (Bellamy, 2015).  This assignment will attempt to tackle in details some of the policies...
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AMERICAN ISOLATIONISM

Question Some have described U.S foreign policy as isolationist in the years between world wars and the military  policy as one of maintaining  force levels over  the procurement of state-of-art equipment. Why were these policies  pursued? Describe the impact these policies had on U.S army and national security in this period. AMERICAN ISOLATIONISM The United state being a super power economically and politically is known to protect and defend their interests without fear all across the globe. However, this has not always been the case considering that between World War I and World War II the country underwent an isolation period.  Isolationism can be described as a political or economic policy that isolates country or a region from participating in international relationships (Aregood, 2015). Over the years, the United States has participated in isolationism because of its lack of involvement in particular wars or alliances. During World War I, the United States did not join the League of Nations, and as a result, it isolated...
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PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE AND SEX Answers

PHILOSOPHY OF LOVE AND SEX Question 1 Diotima’s idea of love is similar to platonic love. This kind of love was echoed and supported by Socrates. This is the kind of love that is not conveyed through sexual intercourse or relationship. The ladder has six stages that include a specific beautiful body, all beautiful bodies, beautiful souls, beautiful laws and institutions, the beauty of knowledge, and beauty itself. Those who look at the beauty itself helps uphold virtues and help them not to be seduced by any form of physical attraction. Love today does not progress the way Diotima suggested. In fact, the ladder has been overturned. Most people view love in the form of beautiful bodies that can be able to offer them sexual satisfaction. Hedges, C. (2015), suggest that women are exploited by men through prostitution and then abandoned after they have been used. Further, most of the people have no love for the beauty itself but for the money that...
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AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY

Question The American military and its mission are shaped , in large part ,by the American political system. Describe the impact  of U.S  presidential decrees and doctrines  on military policy in the early years of  the 20th century. Describe the actions of one of the following presidents. President Theodore Roosevelt President Woodrow Wilson   AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY United States military has gone through several military revolutions through the years to become one of the most strong and efficient militaries in the world today. The history of these revolutions spans for a period of over two decades since its inauguration.  In these two centuries, the United States evolved from a young nation fighting for its independence from Britain through the monumental American Civil War and after collaborating in triumph during the World War II to world’s sole remaining superpower from the late 20th century to present. As of 2015, the United States military consists of the Army, Marine Corps, Navy and the air force which...
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Investigative Plan

Question You are hired as a consultant in City X and are charged with the responsibility of creating a plan to deal with the multiple daytime robbery attacks in your area. Police officers have been able to obtain limited information for each robbery. Your first order of business is to create a draft of a strategic operational/investigative plan to address the crimes. Your plan should be between 5–7 pages (excluding title and reference pages.)This will help too:http://extmedia.kaplan.edu/crimJust/CJ499_1203C/CJ499_Unit7_Assignment.pdf Investigative Plan Introduction It is the duty of all citizens to live in a healthy environment both physically, mentally and spiritually. As a result, the police force and other law agencies have a responsibility of ensuring that the security of all people in an area of jurisdiction is put into consideration and that the freedom of one citizen does not endanger the life of the other citizens. On the other hand, the government and other governmental agencies have a responsibility of ensuring that they make strict and...
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International Law Comparison

Question Short Paper:International Law Comparison Compare and contrast the justice system of a foreign country with that of the United States.Be sure to address three of the following issues in your essay: Substantive Law Procedural Law Judicial Review Policing Systems International Police Cooperation Answer International Law Comparison The justice system is a set of institutions, agencies, and process that have been established by the government to control crime and impose penalties on persons violating the laws. Justice systems vary across the many jurisdictions in the world; this paper is a critical analysis and comparison of the judicial organization of America against another jurisdiction with an effective legal system. The parameters around which the comparison will be centered constitute factors like substantive and procedural law, judicial review, policing systems and international police corporation. Norway will be the jurisdiction in comparison, the purpose of the benchmarks provided in this comparison is to not to serve as policy but to offer a little guidance on the concept of the justice system, how it...
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Differences between orientalism and Islamophobia

Question Drawing from the readings/lectures what are the similarities and differences between Orientalism and Islamophobia? Describe in detail Khaled Abou El Fadl's approach to problematic prophetic traditions. Compare and Contrast Abou El Fadl and Asma Barlas' approach to alternative, gender positive interpretations of Islamic Drawing from Amina Wadud's work, how does she explain Quranic masculinity and femininity? And based on her argument about the importance of interpretation, argue for or against the claim that more Muslim women scholars/interpreters of the Qur'an will lead to greater gender equality in Muslim countries. Answer Differences between orientalism and Islamophobia Recent activities both by the westerners and people from the Middle East and the eastern part of the world who are largely Muslim has shown the cracks in their relationship that can be traced back to the colonial days. The western countries have continually branded people of the Middle East as terrorists, not because they have proof that they but mainly because of their strong and devoted stand concerning their faith...
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Philosophy of Love and Sex

Philosophy of Love and Sex In the article “The Whoredom of the Left”, Chris Hedges argues that legalizing prostitution as some countries have done takes the world a step closer to global capitalism or neoliberalism. Chris Hedges’ assertion is right basing on a number of reasons. Prostitution does not entail freedom to do what one wishes with her body, but it is a form of economic slavery. This is because as Chris Hedges argues, those who engage in prostitution do so not by choice, but out of desperation and coercion. Laite (2015) argues there exists an inherent link between prostitution and modern capitalism. This link can be established by the development of prostitution around mining regions. Another reason for supporting Hedges’ assertion is that prostitution leads to severe physical and emotional consequences for those involved. This is a point that Hedges makes quite clear. Holmstrom (2014) argues that in the capitalist and patriarchal society, women’s bodies are often “objectified and commodified”...
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Write an article about one of the rising Vintage Fashion Trend

Question Please write an article about one of the rising Vintage Fashion Trend. It can be Bold suits, Handbags, Bows, Geek-chic layering or others. Analyze it from the old time to now. Which brand bring it back to the modern era.Below is the link about vintage fashion trends:http://www.vogue.it/en/trends/trend-of-the-day/2016/01/fashion-trend-summer-2016-neo-vintage#ad-image Answer Article About Vintage Fashion Trend To the surprise of many, vintage fashion has taken the modern fashion industry by storm and everyone ranging from the youth to the aging population is going for vintage fashion. Vintage fashion can be defined as the clothing which was produced between the 1920s and 1960s. This assignment will seek to explore some of the new concepts and aspects of the vintage fashion in the modern fashion industry. Destroyed Denim is one of the vintage fashions that are back in the modern fashion industry with full force. Destroyed Denim is one of the oldest fashions in the market industry for both the males and the females (Veenstra, 2013). It is easy to...
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PowerPoint Assignment: Leadership

Question PowerPoint Assignment: Leadership In a 16–20 slide PowerPoint presentation (excluding title and reference slides) provide information as well as analyze the roles of the following areas in criminal justice leadership strategies and practices: Organizational culture Behavioral theory Planning Community relations Your presentation should include, at a minimum, 4 slides, with speaker notes, for each topic.What they are looking for:http://extmedia.kaplan.edu/crimJust/CJ499_1203C/CJ499_Unit5_Assignment.pdf Answer PowerPoint Assignment: Leadership Footer notes Slide 2 Of recent, criminal justice administration has been attracting more criticism from the public mainly because of their laxity when it comes to improving their performance to ensure there is a reduction of criminal cases if not totally eliminate them. Often, the leadership of the justice system determines the culture which in turn influences the performance of the whole system and the organization by giving all other members of the organization the direction to follow to achieve their objectives and goals(Behn, 2014). Slide 3 Administration of criminal justice requires the leaders to work closely with their employees to ensure that they share the burden of...
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