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Expansion of Slavery as a Moral or Political Issue
If you study history long enough, you quickly discover that nothing is ever black and white. What might seem to be a simple issue is in fact quite complex. The same can be said about slavery when it came to the position of the North.

The United Nation's Response to Torture
Just as the world conflicts changed after the Cold War, so did the exposure of torture to non-military individuals. Torture was no longer found just with prisoners of war. Torture was becoming the norm for some states to use against those they wished to control or eliminate.

UN Retrenchment
It was the early 1990s that showed the United Nations as a whole that while it had been successful overall throughout the years the world was not the same anymore.

Media's Role in United Nations
The media is a very powerful tool and can be both a positive and a negative reflection of any subject they aim their eyes at. When it comes to United Nations, I think the media has played a very negative role as it does with any dramatic event.

The World Bank Group
The World Bank Group was created in 1944 to aid Europe in reconstruction after World War II.

The Problematic Elements of Intra-State Operations
In identifying the problematic elements of the United Nations’ intra-state operations, one has to understand at the beginning that all might not be found immediately nor understood completely.

Treatment of Congo Natives
In his book, Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad describes the workers that once claimed the Congo land as their own and explored it as their ancestors had.

The Legend of Robin Hood
Everyone knows about Robin Hood and his merry men. What we don’t know who was Robin Hood? Did he really exist? How much is legend and how much is history?

France and Russia Reactions to Enlightenment
There were many differences between the various sections of Europe in how they developed internally.

The Congo as the Falsified Free State
The treatment Africans experienced at the hands of the European powers that looked to the large continent for resources varied across the land though over all suppression was the foundation.

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