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31: October Crisis/War Measures Act
October Crisis/War Measures Act From the early 1960s to the mid 1970s, Quebec was going through a very rough political era. Rising feelings of Quebec inhabitants was leading to disruption in political events, and many places ... situation in which the government had no alternative but to act. The issuing of the War Measures Act was believed to be necessary at the time, and it was very effective, during this time of crisis in Quebec. It was issued by Pierre Trudeau in order to stop the chaos the F.L.Q. had created. Among other things the War Measures Act, basically outlawed the F.L.Q. It took ... granted greater public relations for those who issued it. On October 25, Mayor Drapeau won 92% of his votes. He stated that, “the vote expressed the approval of the measure taken during this time of crisis”. (Des, 188) That is exactly what that time was in Quebec, a time of crisis. A huge crisis emerged from something that began very small. Frustrations of the people, violent response to political actions, ...
32: The Corruption Crisis Of The E
... making caused frequent conflict with the Council of Ministers, which saw the strengthening of the supranational Commission as a main threat to the souvereignity of the member states. This conflict was accentuated at the Luxembourg crisis in 1965, which was the greatest institutional crisis of the Community. The crisis was caused by De Gaulle`s resistance of the Commission`s proposal of introducing majority voting in the Council instead of unanimity. The French President paralysed the working of the Community by practicing the " ...
33: Bird Flu Crisis In Hong Kong
Bird Flu Crisis in Hong Kong Introduction Do you know how many chickens do we consume every day? Three thousand, five thousand or more? We demand almost more than ten thousand chickens daily. What a big figure! We ... people has just encountered this situation. Because of the outbreak of bird flu, all chickens had to be removed from Hong Kong. In this report, we would like to talk about the topic ¡¥Bird Flu Crisis In Hong Kong¡¦. We will give a brief introduction of the bird flu virus H5N1, analyse the short-term and long-term consequences of the flu in Hong Kong and see what Hong Kong have ... rapid development of fever and chills, headache, sore throat, muscle pains and dry cough. These symptoms would commence after the incubation period of 1 to 4 days. (Lee, Stella). Short-term consequences of bird flu crisis 1. Pressure on hospitals The sudden outbreak of H5N1 brought about worries and fears to Hong Kong people. We know very little about the virus so people suffering form winter colds crowded the emergency ...
34: Chaos in The Currency Markets : Currency Crisis of The EMS
Chaos in The Currency Markets : Currency Crisis of The EMS 1. What does the crisis of September 1992 tell you about the relative abilities of currency markets and national governments to influence exchange rates? The currency markets and national governments both have abilities to influence exchange rates. Like other financial ... influence the equilibrium exchange rate in many way, including direct intervening (buying and selling currencies) in the foreign exchange markets and indirect intervening by affecting macro variables such as interest rates. 2. What does the crisis of September 1992 tell you about the weakness of fixed exchange rate regimes? From European currency crisis of September 1992, it shows us that there are weakness of the fixed exchange rate system. When ...
35: Financial Instability
Financial Instability The soaring volume of international finance and increased interdependence in recent decades has increased concerns about volatility and threats of a financial crisis. This has led many to investigate and analyze the origins, transmission, effects and policies aimed to impede financial instability. This paper argues that financial liberalization and speculation are the most reflective explanations for instability in ... mitigates financial instability is raised by the third interpretation; while the fourth view deals with the “trigger point” phenomena. To fully comprehend these interpretations we must first understand and differentiate between a “currency” and “contagion” crisis. A currency crisis refers to a situation is which a loss of confidence in a country's currency provokes capital flight. Conversely, a contagion crisis refers to a loss of confidence in the assets denominated in a ...
36: Erikson's Psychosocial Theory of Development: Young Adults
... the route of development. Erikson has theorised developmental stages of growth into tasks. Of Eriksons' theoretical tasks, one task describes the theory of intimacy versus isolation. This task theory can be examined using the normative crisis model. The knowledge of developmental tasks of the young adult can be beneficial to the nurse especially associated with their ability to relate to the young adult. One of the stages in life is the ... of intellectual, emotional and even physical development occurs". (Gething, 1995, p.377). As people age the progress of the developmental stages can differ, so they have formulated to assess the progression by using two principal crisis models. The first, are the normative crisis model and the second includes the timing of events crisis model. The normative crisis model has been powerful in shaping the psychology of the developmental stages as it has allowed theorists to imply that ...
37: Cuban Missile Crisis 4
The Cuban Missle Crisis The world will never be the same since October of 1962. It is now known as the Cuban Missile Crisis. The U.S. learned that the Soviets were building nuclear missile bases on Cuba because the Soviets wanted to close the missile gap. Even though the Soviet Union promised they would not attempt to place ... Soviet ships from entering Cuban waters. In Richard Smoke's opinion, he made a wise decision in choosing the blockade. He supports Kennedy in every course of action that he took in the Cuban Missile Crisis. The International Relations book does not state its opinion on Kennedy's actions during the Cuban Missile Crisis because it is not allowed to be biased in any way. However, it does say that ...
38: Thomas Jefferson's Response to the Cuban Missile Crisis
Thomas Jefferson's Response to the Cuban Missile Crisis In the year 1801 Thomas Jefferson reluctantly sent the infant navy to the shores of Tripoli in hopes of avoiding an attack on America by the Pasha of Tripoli. Many years later, October of 1962 ... time with John F. Kennedy by their side, and the threat was nuclear war. Two situations very different, but also similar; two outstanding presidents who did what they thought was right in the time of crisis. Perhaps had Thomas Jefferson been in charge in the year 1962 the outcome may have been different, or would it have? John F. Kennedy responded to the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962 by playing a game of "nuclear chicken", had Thomas Jefferson been in charge he would have tried to negotiate with Khrushchev , then threatened war; Jefferson would not have threatened the entire globe ...
39: Rapid Economic Growth In East Asian Countries
Rapid Economic Growth In East Asian Countries Over the past decade, there has been rapid long-term economic growth for East Asian countries. These newly industrialising countries are experiencing growth rates in GDP per head at around 6% to 7% compared to the 2% to 3% for most industrial economies. If this growth continues, South Korea and ... economic and political factors. The pace of economic development, growth in world trade and communications, and the investment in physical capital and education have all played a role in the sudden rise of the East Asian economies. One factor which has helped the long-term economic growth of South Korea and Taiwan is the pace of economic development. The pace has accelerated over time. As time progresses, countries seem to ...
40: NATO Airstrikes in Kosovo
... some republics wanted to be independent. By 1992 the Federation had collapsed and nationalism dominated the Balkans again. Conflicts between different nations broke out sporadically. Now let's look at the sequence of the Kosovo crisis. In 1989 Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic cancelled Kosovo's autonomy for Albanians who constituted the majority population in Kosovo wanted to independent. The Kosovo assembly approved this measure and street violence began to break out ... Hill, said the situation in Kosovo had improved significantly. But later in the month the Belgrade government and Albanian separatists broke the ceasefire. Renewed international efforts were made to give new diplomatic resolutions for Kosovo crisis. Despite these efforts made by the international community both sides could not keep calm and the situation in Kosovo was deteriorating. On 20 March 1999 the UN monitoring force was withdrawn from the region. NATO ... of Milosevic's williness to work on the basis of a political solution for Kosovo in conformity with international Law and the Charter of the UN. All the facts in Kosovo show that the Kosovo crisis was a complex domestic problem with its historic roots. I admit above peaceful conditions are reasonable, but NATO used airstrikes to force Yugoslavia to accept them. However the situation in Kosovo was not only ...

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