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XL Pipeline that is Connected All the Way to Canada from Texas

June 5, 2020

Various projects have been undertaken by the government to drive the economy or help its citizens in some way. During development of these projects, the contact with the natural environment was maintained. Evidently, a compromise should be made to ensure that the program does not interfere with natural occurrence of the environment. This is known […]

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The Rising Rates of Unemployment in the European Countries

May 15, 2020

As the world thrives the 21st century, one of the key challenges in Europe, especially in the United Kingdom, Germany, and France, is battling with the unemployment levels in their countries. The scenario has left the citizens at the mercy of their governments to seek a solution. While some blame poor governance, the truth is […]

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The US Economy: The Course Research Paper

April 7, 2020

The US economy is one of the most diverse national economies in the world and holds the leadership on the global level for the past 100 years. Its fundamental features characterize the American economic model as the one considering the globalization of business and the information revolution. Globalization of business means integration of the country […]

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The Best and Worst President Obama’s Policies

April 3, 2020

Some people believe that President Obama was na?ve and his desire to surpass the political differences was a delusion due to the inflexibility of the modern American extremism right. However, since taking office, Obama has had various policies that have transformed the lives of millions of the American people. This paper focuses on the best […]

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Liberalism and Diversity

March 12, 2020

Thinking of people who identify themselves as liberal is based on certain preconditions related to their life. One of the aspects that supposedly define the attitude to liberal worldview is a place of residence. Rural and urban citizens have different values and understanding of what is essential in life. Urban citizens have a chance of […]

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The Globalization in East Africa

March 11, 2020

Globalization is a phenomenon that every person in the world is privy to, regardless of where he or she lives. Globalization per se refers to the integration and interaction of the people, businesses, cultures, legal institutions, and governments across the world (Boudreaux, 2008). East Africa is one of the places in the world that experiences […]

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Gilded Age and Progressive Era

April 5, 2019

The Gilded Age in American history was the period of rapid economic growth and increased migration to the United States after the Civil War and during the time of the Reconstruction Era. The name originates from the book of Mark Twain and Charles Warner The Gilded Age, which reveals the weak sides of new differentiated […]

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Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TTP)

March 25, 2019

Signing the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement was the initiative of the American President Barack Obama. Becoming the member of the partnership was an economically-necessary and efficient step for the U.S. The Agreement could assist the country to ensure the competitiveness in future and obtain a number of advantages based on the economic dynamism of Asia, which […]

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The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009

February 7, 2019

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA, The Recovery Act) is an unprecedented response to the financial crisis or the Great Recession resulting from the bursting of the housing bubble in the United States. Under the circumstances of panic and uncertainty, an urgently important document was passed, providing revolutionary measures to overcome the […]

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Bailouts Do Not Guarantee a Positive Outcome For The Rescued Entities

January 18, 2019

A bailout is defined as a rescue of an economic unit from actual or potential insolvency, performed by a separate economic entity. In a bailout, a rescuer intervenes in an economic quagmire that is too drastic that the entity which requires a bailout cannot wait for the market forces to correct themselves and return back […]

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