Tag: International Studies

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World Bank and Urbanisation in India
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: The following chapter will discuss the World Bank’s role in lending for urban development in India. Discussion will examine Bank suggested policies, assistance/effects of the projects in alleviatin...

Literature Review on Voluntary and Forced Migration
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: 1. Literature review 1.1. Modern migrations: between voluntary and forced migration Migration is certainly not a new phenomenon, despite being a key social issue in current European politics on a loc...

Sport, the Media and National Identities
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Overview: Falcous examines the sport-media-nationalism nexus by discussing the key themes and topics involved in mediasport nationalisms, corporate nationalisms, and globalization. He uses media repre...

International Studies Dissertation Topics
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: We have provided a selection of example international studies dissertation topics below to help and inspire you. International Politics If you are interested in international politics and would like t...

Foreign Aid as an Instrument for Poverty Reduction
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: LITERATURE REVIEW Introduction This essay reviews background literature on economic and political dimensions of foreign aid as an instrument for poverty reduction in Ghana. To fully grasp the causal c...

Unaccompanied Minors Entering the UK
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: Literature Review The phenomenon of the migration of minors (children, young people and adolescents) who migrate alone, without their families and regardless of the established laws and administra...

Globalisation and the Concept of Global Citizenship
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: “As globalisation promotes a free-flow of people, ideas and products across national boundaries, individuals will be more identified as global citizens and less prone to xenophobic attitudes.” Di...