Indian-Pakistani Nuclear Testing

A 5 page paper discussing the current issue of nuclear testing as it relates to India and Pakistan. It has been many years since any nuclear testing has been conducted in any part of the world and the recent tensions between India and Pakistan have apparently brought out the 'big guns.' On May 11, 1998 -- India tested three nuclear devices 328 feet underground in a remote desert and the tests go on from there. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Ind-paki.wps

Nationalism and the British Colonization of India

This 4 page paper discusses the relative benefits and negativities associated with the nineteenth century British colonization of India. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Slavery in Cape Colony, Prior To and After 1815

This 22 page research paper provides examination of literature, which investigates the nature slavery in Cape Colony prior to and after 1815, which is when Cape Colony was officially annexed by the British and became a colony of the British Empire. Bibliography lists 40 sources.

India’s International Relations

A 6 page paper discussing India in terms of national security affairs research. US relations with India never have been adversarial, though some economic events under previous governments – such as the Indian government’s nationalization of a Coca-Cola factory in the 1970s - have strained relations for a time in the past. India’s status as a nuclear power and condemnation of terrorism dictate the wisdom of retaining friendly relations with the country, and growing economic relations help to cement that underlying relationship. Bibliography lists 8 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.

French v. British Press

A 6 page research paper that compares and contrasts French and British newspaper reporting. The writer argues that French newspapers are moving toward more investigative reporting, while British journalists, according to Pilger (1996b) appear to be moving away from investigative journalism. While French papers continue to assume that their readers are intelligent and cognizant of current events, British newspapers, particularly those owned by Rupert Murdoch, are accused of "dumbing down" their content to fit the lowest possible common denominator of public interest. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

India / The New Nuclear Power

A 15 page research paper which argues that the recent nuclear tests conducted in both India and Pakistan are seen by these countries as political bargaining chips in a dangerous game of nuclear bluff reminiscent of the cold war between the United States and the former Soviet Union. The writer demonstrates that the current nuclear buildup, which was initiated by India, has more to do with the rise of Hindu nationalism in that country then to any real threats to Indian security. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

The Positives and Negatives of Nineteenth Century British Rule in India

This 4 page paper assesses both the adverse impacts of British rule and the more beneficial aspects. Examples provided include technological development, the opium trade, and mutiny. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

The Relevance of Britain's MI6 During the Cold War

This 3 page paper examines this British intelligence agency and other agencies aligned with British forces. The positive and negative effects of MI6 are the focus of this paper. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

India & Pakistan: Nuclear Conflict Resolution?

An 11 page paper in which the writer examines the history of the May 1998 nuclear testing by both India and Pakistan. The issue of Kashmir is discussed. The post-Cold War shift in attitudes concerning nuclear testing are explored. Tenative solutions for Kashmir and the United States’ involvement in conflict resolution in this issue are also examined. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

The Indian & Pakistani Atomic Bomb Tests

5 pages in length. Tensions between India and Pakistan have reached an all-time high. With the detonation of several nuclear bomb tests on both sides, it has now come to the point where the world will tolerate no more such dangerous activity. The writer addresses the conflict between the two nations, as well as discusses what the rest of the world thinks of such a power play. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The Role of Women in China and India:

This 5 page paper examines the role of women in both China and India and determines how their role has changed in recent years. Furthermore, this paper discusses the Cultural Revolution in China as a turning point for those women. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

India And Pakistan: Issues That Have Increased Tension And Proliferation Of Nuclear Weapons

29 pages in length. The myriad issues India and Pakistan continue to face that have increased the tension and proliferation of nuclear weapons on the South Asian continent are vast and complex. With nuclear conflict, religious diversity and leadership disharmony heading the long list, other issues just as critical include history, culture and civilization. Is it possible to establish peace between these ever-warring countries, or are history's critical thinkers right when they said that mankind is destined to demolish its own existence? Bibliography lists 28 sources.

Islamic Republic Of Pakistan

A 5 page paper that offers a brief overview of the country. Topics include geography, population, political issues, conflict with India over Kashmir, and nuclear armament. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

The American Revolution: From Protection To Revolutionary Movement

5 pages in length. No different than most other wars, the American Revolution began as the result of a quest for independence and freedom from oppressive rule. British North American colonists were content with being loyal to their homeland; it was only after British rule began enforcing unnecessary and unreasonable demands that the colonists vehemently opposed such treatment. The writer discusses that what started out as an attempt to protect and restore the rights of freeborn Englishmen soon developed into a revolutionary movement that culminated in the founding of a republic. Bibliography lists 3 sources.