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  • Positives And Negatives Of Globalization

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    leading to the loss of jobs, for a lot of people, insecurity among people in the west. Fluctuation in prices – due to increased competition, availability of lot of substitutes, western countries are forced to lower the prices of their products. Terrorism – Due to barrier force trade and movement of goods, capital and people across borders, some unwanted elements also cross borders and create ruckus in the western countries, sometimes the scale of these unwanted and unwelcomed activities is quite

  • The Pros And Cons Of Globalization

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    Globalization is the process of interaction and integration of people, ideals and governments worldwide which is driven by trade, investment and the quest for market expansion and propelled by constant technological advancements particularly in telecommunications infrastructure and the growth of the internet. It is a contemporary phenomenon that is reflected in art, popular music, linguistic changes and migration; we’ve all become one big global economy. The world today experiences wide spread economic

  • Taj Mahal Attack Essay

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    Mahal palace was under siege of a terrorist attack on the ill-fateful eve of 26th December 2008. The rampage that went on for a period of four days claimed as many as 160 lives, both Indian and foreigners. The attack exposed India’s vulnerability to terrorism. Taj Mumbai that stayed ablaze for almost two days and three nights now stands symbolic of the tragic events of that day. During the attack on Taj Mumbai, a total of 31 people died and about 28 were injured. Post the attack the world became aware

  • The Importance Of Maritime Border Security

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    Maritime border security; this activity nature has been mutual with regard to developing procedures and regulations in the maritime transportation sector, and to aid to build capacity in developing states, maritime border security, it is never identified as an independent process. Maritime border security considers one of the most significant perspectives of general border security and protection. Effective controlling of maritime borders of coastal states accomplished throughout their own sectors

  • What's So Great About America Summary

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    The essay What’s So Great About America by D’Souza, D’Souza touched on the well-reasoned defense of American and Western civilization. In the introduction D’Souza compares the situation facing America which is the war on terrorism by comparing that with the Athens facing the Spartans followed by a quote describing the Athenians “Our system of government does not copy the institutions of its neighbors.it is more the case of our being a model to others than of our imitating anyone” (D’Souza pg.237)

  • The Importance Of Human Security

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    the biolopolitics and governmentality approach to human security in the wake of incessant global insecurity. Again, of concern to me are questions such as: Is human security achievable through biopolitics and governmentality in the wake of global terrorism? What are the implications of such approach to securing human security? Are there other necessary compliments? Should there be a new trend/approach to human

  • Pros And Cons Of Demonetization

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    corruption, terrorism etc.. INTRODUCTION: Demonetization is the most important and necessary when there is a change of national currency. Theold unit of currency replaced with new currency. Demonetization is the process where government declares thecurrently running currency notes illegal to be tender after the declaration is made. There are both pros and consof demonetization in the Indian economy. The reasons for demonetization are to control counterfeit notes thatcould be contributing to terrorism, and

  • Freedom Of Media In Singapore

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    recruit potential members to their causes, as well as train these members to carry out acts of terrorism in their country of residence. This is especially significant for youths, whom have easier access to such social media platforms and are more susceptible to radicalization via such platforms. To minimize such self-radicalization from occurring in Singapore and preventing any potential acts of terrorism, Singapore has taken steps to monitor and censor both traditional media (Lim, 2016a) and social

  • The Pros And Cons Of Internet Censorship

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    Internet Censorship Is Needed Now More than Ever Over the past decade the internet has gained its popularity at a massive rate. As we all know, the internet is a significant tool for communication which has proved to be very convenient and efficient in connecting the whole world. Unfortunately the internet has severe drawbacks. Since the internet is broad and open, there are a lot of unwarranted materials on it such as pornography and violence that require strict limitations. Internet censorship

  • UN Charter Significance

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    1.0 INTRODUCTION The Charter of the United Nations is the foundational treaty of the newly created intergovernmental organization that emerged from World War II. This international treaty sets out basic principles of international relations. The UN Charter is a relatively short treaty of less than 9,000 words. To some extent, the secret of the UN Charter’s survival has depended on its concise character. Again, the “constitutionalization” of international law is one of the most intensely debated issues