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As then, there are legends today. Writing about them is not easy, because often there is only a thin line between what is true of them and what are just ideas. In ancient times, these myths and legends were about gods and heroes who spread the glory of their nations around the world. Today, these heroes have almost disappeared and been replaced by other mythological characters. And not just you. Today, a number of places and areas of the planet, which man has embellished or made more mysterious than anything else in the world, have developed into the imaginary pedestal of mythology.

Challenges and opportunities for the Obama administration in Afghanistan: 1. Foreign policy

1. Foreign Policy A comparison of the foreign policy of the United States in Afghanistan and the region of Central and South Asia under the presidency of George W. Bush and Barack H. Obama. The following explanation presents the main goals of their foreign policies, priorities, resources used, the number of military contingents, cooperation with other states within international organizations and agreements, the main enemies and allies, media reflections on the conflict, etc.

Crips & Bloods: the African-american gangs in Los Angeles

This work will deal with the phenomenon of street gangs in the USA. Specifically, they will be African-American rival street gangs Crips & Bloods. The beginnings of their operation fall into the period 60.-70. In the years of the 20th century and during their development, these purely street gangs became large groups of street thugs, whose range of criminal activities ranged from street fighting, through the production and trade of narcotics, to targeted and planned murders of enemies. The number of members in these gangs today is in the tens of thousands across the United States. They often control entire neighborhoods, so it's no surprise that many security forces are in search.

Development of the American economy during World War II

Introduction The Second World War and most of the ensuing conflicts showed us that it is primarily air superiority that has a major impact on the end result of massive armed conflicts. On the example of aviation and the industry associated with it, I will approach the basic factors of the development of American economic development towards post-war dominance.

Euro-American entropy

Entropy is the loss of energy and the gradual disintegration of the system. It is what the next developmental stage of the system follows, which follows the climax of society, which is no longer able to sustain itself with the change of influences and disappears. But how to prevent entropy? It can be easily avoided to find a solution. This solution arises quite often from a discussion on this topic.

Pearl Harbor

On November 26, 1941, a battle group of six Japanese aircraft carriers and their escorts set out from Hitokappu Bay ( Kuril Islands ). There were over four hundred planes on board. The task was: to destroy all the United States fleet, which will be located on December 7, 1941, at the main American base in the Pacific in the Hawaiian Islands in the port of Pearl Harbor.

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 1.

The first part of a series devoted to the impact of Lend-Lease aid on the USSR's war effort, which seeks to answer the basic question - "How beneficial was this aid to the USSR?" According to most, the Soviet Union would have defeated Germany without this help. Is it probably clear that this information flows mainly from the ranks of communist historians, however, what is the reality?

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 10.

Part 10 of a series on the impact of Lend-Lease aid on the USSR's war effort. "The Soviet Union would not be able to do without a supply of Allied aircraft in a critical situation!" "Aircraft deliveries accounted for only 2% of all machines for the Soviet Union."
These are just two of the overall views on the issue of aircraft supply within Lend Lease. But what are the real data and dates for 1941 and 1942?

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 11.

Part 11 of a series on the impact of Lend-Lease aid on the USSR's war effort.
"The Soviet Union would not be able to do without a supply of Allied aircraft in a critical situation!" "Aircraft deliveries accounted for only 2% of all machines for the Soviet Union."
These are just two of the overall views on the issue of aircraft supply within Lend Lease. But what are the real data and dates for 1941 and 1942?

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 13.

The thirteenth part of a series on the impact of Lend-Lease's aid on the USSR's war effort, trying to uncover the fundamental question - what effects did LL and beyond have ever had on the state budget, and did the Soviets ever pay for massive supplies from the Allies? To this day, both issues are interpreted very creatively by lay people ( eg political commentators ), politicians and historians.

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 2.

The second part of a series devoted to the impact of Lend-Lease's aid on the USSR's war effort to answer the basic question - "What was the mood among the population?" Was the population in favor of the ruling regime, and in 1941 and 1942 everyone fought "fiercely" for the Motherland, or was the mood much more complicated by the plurality of opinions?

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 3.

The third part of a series devoted to the impact of Lend-Lease aid on the USSR's war effort, which seeks to answer the fundamental question - "How critical was food aid to the USSR?" According to most, the Soviet Union would have defeated Germany without this help. It is probably clear that this information flows mainly from the ranks of communist historians, but what is the reality?

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 5.

The fifth part of a series on the impact of Lend-Lease aid on the USSR's war effort, which seeks to answer the fundamental question: " How critical was technological aid to the USSR? “A very little mentioned part of Lend-Lease's help, which in my opinion was one of the very important, but still not very visible parts of the program!
... To be continued ...

The economic situation of the USSR during the 1941-42 and allied help of the Lend-Lease - part 6.

The sixth part of a series devoted to the impact of Lend-Lease's aid on the USSR's war effort, which seeks to answer the basic question: "How critical was aid to logistics for the USSR?" Very often analyzed chapter especially with regard to the supply of trucks, but slightly neglected in the section devoted to railways and overall railway infrastructure.

The influence of the Jewish diaspora in the United States on american foreign policy towards the Israeli-palestinian conflict

Introduction The aim of this work is primarily to analyze the bilateral relationship - the United States versus Israel - and to find the main reasons for this " special relationship ", which has become one of the basic principles of US policy towards the Middle East region. This principle has been in place since the 1960s, and American foreign policy is based on it to this day. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the United States became the only major player in the region, and most Arab states today see the country as the only player capable of significantly influencing Israeli policy.

The influence of the Jewish diaspora in the United States on american foreign policy towards the Israeli-palestinian conflict

1. Theoretical introduction The first part of this work entitled "Theoretical introduction" will deal mainly with the theory of the diaspora, the way of its origin, the characteristics of the diaspora and also the concepts that relate to the Jewish diaspora. In order to deal in more detail with the issue of the influence of the Jewish diaspora on US foreign policy, it is first necessary to realize how this diaspora originated and why its scope in the United States is so unique. I will therefore focus on the oldest history of the Jewish state, the pitfalls the Jewish nation had to overcome in order to settle in its "Promised Land," and finally the expulsion by the Romans in the first century AD, which resulted in the definitive expulsion of Jews from their homeland and the nearly two thousand years of exile and dispersal in the diaspora. I will also address the question of the influence of the Jewish diaspora on international relations and its position in relation to Israel. I would like to conclude the conclusion of this section with a more detailed study of the origin of the diaspora in the United States of America and its formation into its current form.

The influence of the Jewish diaspora in the United States on american foreign policy towards the Israeli-palestinian conflict

3. American Foreign Policy and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict In 1948, President Truman announced support for the creation of Israel on Palestinian territory, and since then Israel has held a special place in the hearts and minds of many Americans, Jews, and others. The myths that surrounded this state, as well as the tragedies of the Holocaust, played a major role in creating the so-called " special relationship " between the United States and Israel.

The influence of the Jewish diaspora in the United States on american foreign policy towards the Israeli-palestinian conflict

Conclusion Throughout their history, Jews as a nation have been accompanied by a number of different controversies and conflicts, which have made them a very determined, united and firm nation in the faith. Their belief that they were a nation chosen by God led them to feel a superiority over other nations. The land of Israel has always been sacred to them, and it has been very difficult for them to lose it throughout history. The expulsion of the Jews by the Romans in 70 AD meant an unimaginable catastrophe for the whole nation, and the Jewish nation was dispersed throughout the world. From this moment, the Jewish diaspora began to take shape. From the beginning, especially in the surrounding states, where the political conditions were favorable and where Jews were allowed to start a new life. Later, Jews began to move mainly to Western Europe. However, with the strengthening of Christianity, the situation is beginning to escalate here as well, and growing anti-Semitism is forcing Jews to look for their place elsewhere.

The influence of the Jewish diaspora in the United States on american foreign policy towards the Israeli-palestinian conflict

The main goal of this work is to analyze the bilateral relationship - the United States versus Israel - and to find the main reasons for this "special relationship", which has become one of the basic principles of US policy towards the Middle East. This principle has been applied since the 1960s After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the United States became the only major player in the region, and most Arab states today see it as the only player capable of significantly influencing Israeli policy.

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