The Nurana Project: An Overview

The Nurana project is a real estate development in Bahrain that comprises residential, recreational, and commercial spaces over land. The project has been conceptualized as a self-sustained island facing the waterfront. It is being developed by Manara Developments, a subsidiary of Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company. The company has been awarded a $26 million contract by the Bahraini government to develop the project.

The Pros and Cons of Alcohol Sales in Corner Stores

This essay looks at the pros and cons of selling alcohol in corner stores. On the one hand, it is convenient and often cheaper than buying from a licensed premises. On the other hand, there are arguments that it is not culturally appropriate and that it can lead to more crime and health problems.

The Way the Kansas Natives Have Failed to Elect Good Leaders

In his book, “What’s the Matter with Kansas?”, Thomas Frank argues that the native citizens of his home state have failed to elect leaders who can bring about quality governance. He attributes this failure to three main factors: lack of understanding of how the state government works, voting against their own interests, and following the false promises of conservative politicians. While Frank’s analysis is specific to Kansas, it is also relevant to other states in the US where similar dynamics are at play.

The Impact of the Political and Legal Environment on Business Organizations

The essay is aimed at analyzing the business environment of major corporations such as Microsoft, Google, Apple, HP, and IBM. It will critically examine how different environmental factors, such as the demographic environment, socio-cultural environment, political and legal environment, technological environment, economic environment and global environment, affect these businesses.

The Mongol Invasions of the 13th Century

The Mongol invasions of the 13th century were a series of military campaigns launched by the Mongol Empire against the Chinese Southern Song dynasty, the Korean Goryeo kingdom and the Japanese shogunate of Kamakura. These invasions had far-reaching consequences for all three countries involved, resulting in political instability and economic decline.

The Impact of Political and Economic Forces on Public Program Administration

This essay will explore the impact of political and economic forces on public program administration. It will identify and describe the main forces which can impact on Agency constitutional building, and explore how these forces can present opportunities and constraints. The ethical implications of some of the impacts of these forces will also be assessed.

The Great Divide: Comparing the Policies of the Democratic and Republican Parties

This essay will examine the historical roots of the division between the Democratic and Republican Parties, as well as their differing policies on economic, social and environmental issues. In addition, we will explore how the two parties approach voting and elections, entitlements and corporate greed. Finally, we will discuss the role of war in the policies of each party.