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Final Post-Denny

Over the course of our summer session learning about global politics, I learned a lot about different governments and I took away more than that.  Seeing how it was an online class, I had to take the time out of … Continue reading

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Denny- Post #8

                After reading the articles about the election that happened in Mexico, it got me thinking about the nation reverting back to its old ways.  Even though the President Vicente Fox Quesada was the … Continue reading

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Denny week 8 posting

1.  What is the role of regime type in development?  Is regime type actually important, or do we just want it to be important?                 The role of regime in the developmental stage is to provide structure and organizational means … Continue reading

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Week 6 Article 3- Denny

After reading the article about Iranian President-elect Hassan Rouhani, it seems that Iran has big internal issues in the office.  As the article states, current president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is provoking fights within the leadership and driving the economy into crisis.  … Continue reading

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Week 6 Blog-Denny

1.  In “Mother’s Day,” Mother tries to become the ruler of the world.  As we saw earlier in the semester, the “world” in Futurama has elections to choose its leader.  Why does Mother choose to establish power in the way … Continue reading

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Week 5 post- Denny

3.  In Ted Chiang’s “Exhalation” the narrator/protagonist worries abou the “fatal equilibrium” (752) that will occur when the air pressure evens out between the reservoir and the surface of his world.  How do you see the idea of a “fatal … Continue reading

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Denny Week 3 Blog Post

Do you think the Scottish should vote for independence? Why or why not?                 Scotland and England came together as a union over 300 years ago and have been prosperous over that period of time.  I do not see why … Continue reading

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