Almost Doesn’t Count

The following is a repost of an article that I wrote in October 2006, after reading an article by Seymour Hersh in The New Yorker, about Donald Rumsfeld and his designs on the military.   Almost Doesn’t Count Kevin Miller It turns out the outgoing Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld who Many say that they have…

Macroeconomics Quiz #5: Kevin Miller

Here is the final quiz in an intro to macroeconomics class that I took along with charts. Kevin Miller  17/20 Prof. Kerr 7/8/10 ECO 221 Assignment #5   Econ 221 HW#5 Charts Recessionary expenditure gap (aggregate expenditures approach) – The amount by which aggregate expenditures at the full-employment GDP fall short of those required to…

International Relations Quiz #3: Kevin Miller

Grade=19/20   Quiz 3d Questions     “International Courts,” Helena Cobban (Black Board)  As stated in “International Courts,” how are today’s war crimes tribunals different from those conducted after World War II in Nuremberg and Tokyo.   The war crimes tribunals of late have been disastrously over encumbered and expensive. The ICTR (International Crimes Tribunal…

International Relations Quiz #2: Kevin Miller

Grade=17.5/20   Kevin Miller Quiz 2h   The New World Order, Daniel W. Drezner (BB) As described in “The New World Order”: When do global institutions cease to be appropriate as referred to in the 2006 National Security Strategy?   The article states that global institutions cease to be appropriate when the countries which are…

International Relations Quiz #1: Kevin Miller

The following is a quiz that I did for college back in 2010 that I wanted to get out there because I still think my answers are relevant: Grade=18/20   Kevin Miller 9/25/10 International Relations Professor Murphy     Short Answer Questions: 5 points each Before completing this quiz, go back and read the directions…