24 August 2015

Cold War & the US Diplomacy

Cold War & the US Diplomacy


Select a president from the table, “Presidents and Their ‘Doctrines,’” in Roskin, Chapter 4. Then write a 3-
5 page paper on the doctrine that president used according to Roskin. Your research must include at
least four (4) credible sources, apart from your textbook. Your paper must address the following:

1. Summarize a situation that required U.S. diplomatic efforts during the president’s time in office.
2. Explicate the diplomatic doctrine the president followed, with reference to specific actions or
events that occurred.
3. Describe the effects of these diplomatic efforts for the U.S. and other countries.
4. Assess, in conclusion, the advantages and disadvantages of the particular doctrine that was
followed.
5. Cite at least four (4) reputable sources in addition to the textbook, not including Wikipedia,
encyclopedias, or dictionaries.

Your assignment must:
• Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all
sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your
professor for any additional instructions.
• Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.


Truman 1945-1953 Contain the expansion of communism, presumably everywhere.
Eisenhower 1953-1961 Use nukes and spooks to prevent Communist or other radical takeovers.
Kennedy 1961-1963 Respond flexibly to communist expansion, especially to guerrilla warfare.
Johnson 1963-1969 Follow through on Kennedy doctrine by committing U.S. troops in Vietnam.
Nixon 1969-1974 Supply weapons but not troops to countries fighting off communism.
Ford 1974-1977 Continue Nixon Doctrine
Carter 1977-1981 Make clear to Soviets that Persian Gulf is a vital U.S. interest.
Reagan 1981-1989 Sponsor anticommunist guerrillas who are trying to overthrow pro-Soviet
Regimes.
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24 August 2015

Tourism experiencePaper instructions:
Please describe your most memorable tourism experience. [it could focus on wine , skiing, golfing and so on] Focus on why this experience is memorable. The five stages of an experience are: a) anticipation, b) travel to site, c) on-site activity, d) return travel e) recollection.

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24 August 2015

What was your emotional reaction to the way the film portrayed their love
Watch:Chico & Rita can be found on Netflex.


Chico & Rita is a tragic story of an unfulfilled love affair. What was your emotional reaction to the way the film portrayed their love? Would you have written the script differently? What is the role of sexuality in the film? What was your opinion of how Cuban sexuality was depicted?


What is your evaluation of how Chico and Rita were portrayed as musicians? What is your evaluation of how they were portrayed as people? In both respects, as musicians and as people, what were their strengths and limitations?



Does Chico and Rita make any political points about Castro’s Cuba? Even moments in an animated film can be analyzed in terms of mise-en-scene. Are there any particular scenes that give us a sense of the filmmaker’s opinion about Castro’s Cuba?



There are several Cuban musicians introduced in the film along with a number of African American jazz all-stars. Briefly list at least two Cuban and at least two African American names. What role did they play in the film? Did their presentation provide you with any new information about the history of jazz? I’ll give you a hint here…an important character worth consideration is Chano Pozo. What was your impression of the depiction of Chano Pozo. Does Chico & Rita make any significant commentary about the influence of Cuban musicians on the development of jazz? If so, what scenes best convey this message?

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24 August 2015

SELECT THREE SCENES OF YOUR OWN CHOOSING AND ANALYZE THE DISPLAY OF SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL INEQUALITIES IN EACH SCENE
SELECT THREE SCENES OF YOUR OWN CHOOSING AND ANALYZE THE DISPLAY OF SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL INEQUALITIES IN EACH SCENE

Watch the movie Stormy Weather. Movie is on Netflex

Stormy Weather is a truly interesting and often times troubling film. On one leve, it's simply fantastic to see this leve of African American performative talent within one screenplay. On another level, there are troubling nods to the minstrel era and it could be argued that this film effetively links misntrelsy with what was then “modern” filmmaking and storytelling about African American life. On another level, the film presents a wonderful homage to James Reese Europe and the Hellfighters, a group of musician/soldiers who actually saw battle against the Germans in WWI and introduced jazz music to French villagers. They were aptly named “The Hellfighters” by the French for their courage in battle. On yet another level, there are disturbing racial politics played out throughout the film, particularly in the contrast between and among African Americans. Gender disparity is on full display in particular through the relationship between Lena Horne's character and Bill Bojangles Robinson's character…he is clearly old enough to be her father, but Hollywood prerogatives insist on pushing this relationship. And then finally, it's wonderful watching the Nicholas brothers dance!
There's so much here for you to play with and I'm hopng that your new understanding of mise-en-scene helps you to view this on an almost frame-by-frame basis and examine how the director establishes juxtapositions in each frame that are influenced by race, gender, and class.




In Jazz on Film we will often analyze film in terms of mise-en-scene. Our concern with Mise-en-Scene in Jazz on Film involves the way that a filmmaker uses staging, lighting, clothing, movement, spatial arrangements, etc. to register commentaries on social issues including race, gender, class, and sexual identity. All of our films with have significant scenes that visually communicate inequalities.

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24 August 2015

Using Concrete for Residential and Commercial Projects in Saudi Arabia

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