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XII. International Law

XII. International Law

XII. International Law. A. Foundations:. 1. Roots in W. Europe & Rome . a. Rome was an empire-- two systems: 1. jus civile (for Roman citizens) administered by Praetor urbanus (city manager)

By jacob
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Topics for today

Topics for today

Topics for today. Events of the day/week Kenyan parties agree on peace deal Catching up with readings/PowerPoints World War II Cold War Comparing The League and the United Nations After the Cold War, 1991-. States, sovereignty, and power. What is a “state”? What is “sovereignty”?.

By Olivia
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Rise of Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin & Tojo

Rise of Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin & Tojo

Rise of Mussolini, Hitler, Stalin & Tojo. Mussolini’s Italy. Fascist Ideology. Mussolini in Power. Mussolini wanted to build a great Italian empire Founded National Fascist Party, 1919 authoritarian form of government Good of nation above all else. Mussolini wanted to rule Italy

By joy
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The United Nations

The United Nations

The United Nations. Why do we have the UN?. After World War I, the League of Nations was created to prevent another world war. During World War II, the League of Nations was eliminated because it failed to prevent another war.

By luigi
(714 views)

South Africa

South Africa

7th Grade UBD - Unit 2 - Africa. South Africa. Preview.

By nuwa
(101 views)

U.S. Sanctions on Russia: Overview and Compliance Guidance

U.S. Sanctions on Russia: Overview and Compliance Guidance

U.S. Sanctions on Russia: Overview and Compliance Guidance. Momentum Webinar May 8, 2014. Agenda. Regulatory Overview. Ukraine-Related Restrictions. Lessons from Other Sanctions Programs. Questions. Regulatory Overview. Sanctions – The Basics . Sanctions – KEY POINTS.

By evonne
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World War II

World War II

World War II. By Molly Siebert. Causes of US entering WWII. Japanese Imperialism – US economic sanctions against Japan to protest aggression. German Sub Attacks on US naval destroyers while escorting British ships.

By arista
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Leadership Strategy: Five Conflict Handling Modes

Leadership Strategy: Five Conflict Handling Modes

Leadership Strategy: Five Conflict Handling Modes. Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI). The Thomas-Killman Conflict Mode Instrument. In conflict situations, behavior is described across two basic dimensions:

By ouida
(415 views)

DO NOW

DO NOW

DO NOW. Read the articles on your desks about north korea Be able to share what you have read. North Korea. What is happening?. Videos. http ://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2013/04/04/map-this-is-how-far-those-north-korean-missiles-can-actually-reach /

By chelsi
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Political Geography

Political Geography

Political Geography. POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY. Interaction of politics and place . The study of the interaction of geographical area and political process It is the formal study of territoriality. Covers forms of government, borders, treaties, trading blocs, conflicts and war. STATE.

By izzy
(195 views)

Causes of World War Two

Causes of World War Two

Causes of World War Two. Treaty of Versailles Hitler’s Imperialistic Ambitions and Violation of the Treaty of Versailles The Great Depression The Rise of Fascism The Policy of Appeasement Failure of the League of Nations. Treaty Of Versailles.

By yetty
(162 views)

Europe in the Cold War

Europe in the Cold War

Europe in the Cold War. Ian Cassidy Miguel Benedict Miranda Amey. 1950’s (Kennedy). The Berlin Crisis 1961 -Khrushchev wanted peace -US rejected the Soviet proposed peace treaty because it would have ended US military presence in Germany

By senona
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Chilean Political History

Chilean Political History

Chilean Political History. 1960s to 1990s. Salvador Allende.

By elvina
(122 views)

Apartheid in South Africa

Apartheid in South Africa

Apartheid in South Africa. Why was S. A. Colonized?. S.A. was colonized by the Dutch in the 1600’s British in the 1700 and 1800’s The Dutch moved north and established areas outside British control Boer Wars in 1900, Brits takeover – SA is British colony.

By yovela
(196 views)

International Diplomacy

International Diplomacy

International Diplomacy. International College Khon Kaen University Week 2 – The Role of Diplomacy - Power and Diplomacy. The Role of Diplomacy. We have looked briefly at why governments need to consult together (international relations), and

By pier
(539 views)

Intergovernmental Organizations , Nongovernmental organizations , and International Law

Intergovernmental Organizations , Nongovernmental organizations , and International Law

Intergovernmental Organizations , Nongovernmental organizations , and International Law. ETIT – Week 10 . Introduction. State and Individuals are not the only actors in i nternatio n al politics.

By keith
(468 views)

Hideki Tojo

Hideki Tojo

The Man Behind Pearl Harbor. Hideki Tojo. Pearl Harbor. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1f/USS_California_sinking-Pearl_Harbor.jpg. Hideki Tojo. Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1884 Went to military school when he was a young boy Fought for Germany for several years.

By amina
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The League of Nations

The League of Nations

The League of Nations. What were its aims and goals?. According to its ______________ or “rule book” or constitution, the League aimed to “promote international co-operation and to achieve international peace and security”. It aimed to do this in a number of ways:

By skyler
(109 views)

SSUSH 20

SSUSH 20

Cold War and the United States. SSUSH 20. SSUSH 20 Analyze the domestic and international impact of the Cold War on the United States. Describe the creation of the Marshall Plan, U. S. commitment to Europe, the Truman Doctrine and the origins and implications of the containment policy.

By benson
(136 views)

Events Leading to World War II

Events Leading to World War II

Events Leading to World War II. Definitions. Totalitarian – Usually a single individual who controls a country and its government Dictator- A person or group of people who completely control a country through its government Nazi- A member of the German Nationalist Social Worker’s Party

By iago
(224 views)

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