Introducing Wal-Mart To France

A 6 page paper that very briefly discusses numerous aspects of establishing Wal-Mart in France. Some of the topics include the type of government in France, trade barriers, labor issues, economic issues in France, entry mode, reception to American products and the infrastructure in France. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

France: War and Economics Translate to Non-U.S. Support in Operation Iraq

A 4 page overview of France’s history since the Renaissance, the many wars and the increasing tendency to move further and further from the side of the U.S. The author contends that during the Cold War in particular France became heavily involved economically in the Middle East and that involvement would be the deciding factor in her decision to not support the U.S. in Operation Iraq. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Louis XVI (1754-1793)

A 5 page overview of the life of Louis XVI the last king of ancient regime France. Gives a brief background of Louis VVI and discusses his attempts at regaining economic, political and social control of France and his inability to do so. Discusses the overthrow of the monarchy and the fall of Louis XVI. Bibliography lists four sources.

The French Revolution

In 7 pages, the author discusses the years of the French Revolution and how the France of 1789 was different from the France of 1815. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

French Attitudes Towards Terrorism

This 5 page paper looks at the international attitude of France towards terrorism, an aspect of security that is increasingly important as Europe becomes more integrated and globalisation continues. The paper considers the views on terrorism and how this contrasts with the actions taken by France in real hostage situations. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

Presidential Administrations from Washington to Polk

In 6 pages, the author discusses the presidential administrations from Washington to Polk. There were many changes that occurred in the United States from the Washington Administration through the 1940s, in political, economical, social and religious areas. The men who served as President during those formative years, had a tough time of just bringing the nation from birth to early childhood. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Woodward's The Commanders

This 3 page paper evaluates the Bush administration as it prepares for the Gulf War in the early 1990s. Colin Powell is highlighted as a key part of the Bush administration. No additional sources cited.

The European Renaissance

This 7 page paper examines the impact of the European Renaissance on the concept of an absolute monarchy in France. In addition, it discusses the resulting Baroque period and the scientific revolution that were directly attributed to the Renaissance and the turmoil caused as a result.

The French Revolution and State Relations

This 14 page paper discusses the varying relationships that emerged between France, the United States, Great Britain and Spain before, during, and after this turbulent time in history. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Peter Dear: “Miracles, Experiments and the Ordinary Course of Nature”

This 4 page paper discusses Peter Dear’s article “Miracles, Experiments and the Ordinary Course of Nature” and argues that his main point is to trace why scientific thought in France and England developed along different paths, even though both countries were in the midst of the Scientific Revolution. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

The Seven Years’ War (The French and Indian War)

This is a 5 page paper discussing the Seven Years’ War. The Seven Years’ War from 1756 to 1763, also known as the French and Indian Wars in North America, was considered the first world war as it found the British pitted against the French and Indian forces in North America in an attempt to gain back valuable trading territory lost to the French; allied with the Prussians in their defence of their holdings in Europe; in an eventual naval war with France and Spain in the Atlantic, Mediterranean and West Indies; gaining lands through the West Indies; and, in India, in battle with the French. Despite their many different battles throughout the Seven Years’ War Britain proved its land and naval strength by capturing French lands in North America, India and the West Indies; winning decisive naval battles with France and Spain; winning lands from Spain in Manila and Havana; and in alliance with Prussia while preserving its holdings. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Transferring All Detainees Captured In The "War On Terror" - Pro/Con

5 pages in length. Exploring two ethical theories – categorical imperativism and ethical egoism – helps one to gain a significantly better understanding as to why the Bush Administration should immediately transfer all detainees captured in the "War on Terror" to civilian detention centers and afford them with all of the due process rights that would pertain to them in the civilian judicial system but will most likely not do so. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Washington Consensus Aid and Venezuela

This 10 page research paper discusses the stance of Hugo Chavez in regards to the Washington Consensus approach to foreign aid and whether or not this approach promoted actual growth in Venezuela prior to the Chavez administration. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

The French Revolution

This 5 page paper provides answers to five questions posed by a student in a Q&A format. Topics include reasons for the origination of the revolution as well as events leading up to the revolution. The relationship to the American Revolution as well as Napoleon's role in France after the Revolution are all explored. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Kudler Marketing

This 4 page paper looks at the fictitious case study of Kudler Fine Foods, where there is a plan to expand the company into France. The paper looks at the market needs, market potential, identifies marketing objectives and proposes a marketing strategy. The bibliography cites 5 sources.