Fascism in the 1930s believed in racial (biological) superiority, had a cult personality, included a lot of symbolism and was very anti communist. Fascism today is more directed at immigration, specifically Muslims, and is more anti globalization. In addition, this essay will be arguing if fascist ideology has entered mainstream politics which will be incorporated with the conclusion at the end. Continue reading What are the main differences between Fascism in the 1930s and today?
The word assimilation, in the context of this question, means “the process of becoming similar.” Some argue that the state should not require the assimilation of cultural minority groups whilst others argue otherwise. The main debate central to this question is whether states should follow the assimilation model, as this question presents, or follow the multiculturalism model, which is a model followed by many western nations today. This essay will provide opposing views and come up with a conclusion. Continue reading Should states require the assimilation of cultural minority groups?
On Thursday the High Court concluded that Parliamentary consent is needed to trigger Brexit officially known as Article 50 an unprecedented move and one which has caused discomfort for the Prime Minister, Theresa May. Continue reading Brexit veto?
After 9/11 the US initiated the ‘war on terror’ of which one of them was Afghanistan, a country accused of hiding Bin Laden and being the headquarters of Al-Qaeda that helped incur a devastating attack on the US. Continue reading Afghanistan – A Never Ending War?
Some argue that nuclear weapons provide deterrence and this keeps states from attacking each other however, others argue that in an ever-increasing hostile world miscalculation can lead to nuclear war thus making the deterrence system useless. Nuclear weapons, some argue, are used for symbols of power which is why it has not been used since Nagasaki and Hiroshima however; others say that the rise of terrorist groups has increased the chances of them gaining their hands on these weapons thus making nuclear weapons dangerous. The theory of ‘balance of power’ has created stability and peace and has brought about nuclear statesmanship showing how nuclear weapons support international peace. But, the recent trend of states making useable nuclear weapons shows how dangerous these weapons can be. On the basis of points this essay raises it concludes that nuclear weapons ultimately supports international peace. Continue reading To what extent do nuclear weapons support international peace?
Personality has been defined as “the psychological qualities that influence an individual’s characteristic behaviour patterns in a stable and distinctive manner” (Huczynski and Buchanan, 2010). Personality is a complex subject that has been approached in numerous ways; indeed, it is impossible to say if one school of thought contains any more truth than the other. I will be comparing and contrasting nomothetic and idiographic approaches, and will discuss the value and practical applications of each, providing an example of theories that adopt each approach according to it’s own merit. Continue reading Compare and contrast two different approaches to personality
This is a very complex war with many factors playing into this such as the Sunni and Shia divide, Assad, Russia and America, Iran and Saudi Arabia, Hezbollah, ISIS etc. Simply putting blame on one thing is foolish, unless you’re Donald Trump, which is why this war is so complex, and unfortunately, this is the reason why I believe that the Syrian war will continue until the unforeseeable future. Continue reading Decoding Syria and its future
Marxism has shaped politics and world politics permanently due to the Russia Revolution and the establishment of an authoritarian Communist state in Russia. Communist regarded Marxism as their official dogma and it is under the Russian Communist that it spread through the world. Continue reading Why is Marxism still relevant?
Women are more likely to face sexual harassment than men and nearly one in three women have faced sexual harassment in work which shows how feminism is still needed. In addition, the “UK wage gap between men and women is 19.1%” which shows how women are working for lower wages for the same job and this shows the discrimination that women still face in the work place. Moreover, misogyny is still ubiquitous and this can be seen in relationships between a man and women especially in developing countries such as Afghanistan or Pakistan. In addition, cat calling from men towards women still shows how on a social level feminism is needed add to this the inequality that exists in government then it is not hard to see why feminism is needed even thou women are free. The objectification of women in sectors such as modelling etc further exemplifies how equality for women still needs improvements. Continue reading Is feminism still needed?