World Essays

Awareness About the Energy Sources of the World

Energy supply refers to the process of combining resources through natural or artificial means in order to manipulate energy and use it for several human applications. Energy simply describes the ability of a matter to perform work. From an economist point of view, energy dictates the evolution of industries and civilizations in the world thus, a country’s economy largely depends on its production and utilization. Some of the common energy sources are the geothermal energy, the wind energy, the solar…

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World Situation Scope

IA – Review of the World Situation Scope This paper will focus its attention on the CIA’s assessment of the world situation in regards to terrorism. The focus of the paper will be the September 11th attacks made on American soil as well as go into the history of Al Qaeda, their resources for planning terrorism and their history in recruitment. Since the release of the original document, which discussed the state of world security in May 0f 1949, there…

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Brave New World

Joyce Carol Oates was inspired to write “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? ” after reading an account in Life magazine of a charismatic but insecure young man who had enticed and then killed several girls in Tucson, Arizona, during the early 1960s. Transformed into fiction, this story was first published by the literary journal Epoch in 1966 and was included in Oates’s 1970 short story collection The Wheel of Love. Critical acclaim was so swift and certain…

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Critical Analysis of Woodrow Wilson_ World Statesman

Kendrick A. Clements’ Woodrow Wilson: World Statesman provides the reader with a biography of Woodrow Wilson’s life from his birth in Virginia in 1856 until his death on February 3, 1924. Twayne Publishers as part of their “Twentieth-Century American Biography Series” published this book in 1987. This series of books is intended for scholars, graduate students and, perhaps to a lesser degree, college undergraduate students. The book does not assume the reader has much prior knowledge of Wilson or the…

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The Most Competitive Economy in the Arab World

In the online article entitled “World Economic Forum says UAE is Arab World’s Most Competitive Economy,” it was stated that the World Economic Forum has declared the United Arab Emirates to have the most competitive economy among the Arab countries (The Associated Press). This was from a survey done among the 13 Arab States, the results of which were presented to the Forum at a two-day meeting attended by the Arab business leaders held in Qatar (The Associated Press). The…

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Shopping in Today’s World

The Internet is a wonderful invention. Most individuals will never comprehend the vast resources it provides in our daily lives; education, communication and global commerce. But, of all the wonders of the Internet, there is one that is paramount to any other; shopping. Do you even recall what shopping was like before the Internet? Some die-hard mall enthusiasts might, but most don’t. There is no limit to what you can purchase off the Internet; flowers, shoes, groceries, animals and even…

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How It Has Reshaped the World

The history of science is marked by discoveries or inventions, great or small, which have, as a characteristic feature, refined humanity’s existing understanding of the world. Though many of these discoveries were accessible, and appealing, to those that had the knowledge and expertise to comprehend them, ever so rarely came a discovery (or invention) which redefined the world as we understood it with their remarkable scope, explanatory power, functionality or clarity. As the process of scientific discovery and technological development…

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New World

One Spanish official remarked that “the maxim of the conqueror must be to settle. ” Explain what you think he meant by this statement. Illustrate the various ways conquerors settled the New World, commenting on what worked, what did not work, and consequences of those methods. The Spanish official’s remark could mean that the primary reason for the conquest of a foreign territory is to look for lands in order to find new places to inhabit and develop. In other…

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The World Faces Today

Of all problems the world faces today, disruption of the natural environment that we call pollution is undoubtedly the most alarming and devastating. All our natural assets and resources without which we can hardly imagine life to survive on our planet face the danger of pollution. The rate at which we are polluting our world is increasing incredibly every day. At this rate, scientists believe that it is not too long before we bring our own end. Although we can…

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Necessary and Possible

Among the countless present that God endowed to men, the gift of life is the most superb of all. Everything around here on Earth is alive, and so it is our task to take good care of this grant. Reflecting on this idea, each of us must act in a way that propagates it, thus making a better world. And so the question stand still, how can we make a better world? Among the many individuals who has answers are…

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Century World Affairs

The Caribbean Island of Cuba became a republic after its liberation from Spain at the hands of the USA. American presence, both in military, financial and diplomatic terms however continued as a means of providing stability and solvency to the island nation. The Cuban President’s were incompetent and unpopular with the general populace, thus, producing revolt. From 1925 onwards, although technically still a democratic republic, the country became an elite dictatorship with an army officer named Fulgencio Batista, having seized…

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Muslim Women in Today’s World

It is true that Muslim women are now discovering freedom from their old traditions and today the veil, as it is often called by the Western population has adopted many meanings for the Muslim woman. Some Muslims think of the veil as a symbol of modesty, while others place a huge emphasis on the hijab as a religious statement by Muslims. Many Americans pull back from the image of the way Muslims dress and think of it as a sign…

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Increasing Instability in the World

EU has been aggressively fighting to keep control of its borders for national security, economic and cultural reasons. Human rights activists are as keen to morally and legally compel EU to open its borders since restrictive policies have resulted in death and graver human rights violations to political refugees. The thesis of the paper is, “The question whether EU should end restrictions is irrelevant because they will not. Therefore, compelling EU to open its borders morally or legally is futile….

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Ending Poverty in the Third World

Poverty continues to be a large part of the third world countries, affecting many people’s wellbeing and country stability in the new millennium, despite many strategies put in place to alleviate the poor status. Due to the continued prominent place of poverty in the third world countries, significant strategies are coming up comprising of political, social, spiritual, environmental, and managerial coping strategies. The strategies have realized various levels of success although it highly depends on the place of implementation and…

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How Artists Represent the World

Abstract artists have been greatly criticized and underestimated for their lack of culture and sophistication produced in their artwork. Interpreting, reading and deriving meaningful, useful information from abstract art requires the highest level of creative skills, and the most developed and trained imaginations. Learning how to perceive messages from art takes just as many years of conscious effort as the traditional forms of education. As a result, art perception is not a significant part of formal education, dismissing art’s literacy’s…

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