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  • Unemployment In Somalia

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    While there are several nations confronting the issue of high unemployment rate due to unstable global economy, Somalia is in the worst situation by far. According to the United Nations Development Program statistics, the overall unemployment rate in Somalia has reached approximately 70%. Due to such unstable economic status combined with other social issues, Somalia is now one of the most fragile countries in the world, as stated in the article. Unemployment occurs in an economy when the individuals

  • Essay On Political Stability

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    Political stability is the durability and integrity of a current government regime. This is determined based on the amount of violence and terrorism expressed in the nation and by citizens associated with the state. A stable society is one that is satisfied with the governing party and system of operations and is not interested in revolutionary or authoritarian ideas. An established political scene is one where the ruling government is favored by the population and does not experience strong indicators

  • Mh 370 Case Study

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    MH 370 Flight & Routine Details Malaysian Airlines Flight 370(MH 370), a Boeing 777-200ER, was a regular passenger flight departing from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijing Capital International Airport on 8 March 2014 with 227 passengers and 12 crews on-board. It mysteriously vanished from radars and lost contact with all air traffic controllers worldwide. Background The aircraft took off at about 00:40 local time (MYT; UTC +08:00) and was scheduled to arrive in Beijing at 06:30

  • Fukushima Incident Case Study

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    The caption “FEAR SPIKE” from The STAR newspaper dated Thursday 31st March 2011 triggered the biggest concern and apprehension regarding the safety of the cargos that are being brought into Malaysia. The incident was referring to the earthquake that happened in Japan which caused a disaster in the region of Fukushima. The nuclear power plant that is located in the area was affected. A leakage caused by the earthquake and tsunami at the nuclear power plant stirred a radiation crisis towards its surroundings

  • Ethical Dilemmas

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    businesses will align with the community that supports their views and others will be out there to sustain the rest of the community. To create a copacetic society I think of two quotes by the Catholic Pope Francis: “Human rights are not only violated by terrorism, repression or assassination, but also by unfair economic structures that creates huge inequalities.” “If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge? We shouldn’t marginalize people for this. They must be integrated

  • Oil Dependence Analysis

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    Author of “The National Security Consequences of Oil Dependency,” Ariel Cohen, P.h.D., wrote in The Heritage Foundation about the consequences of the U.S.’s reliance on foreign oil. Ariel writes that continued oil dependence will be disastrous in the United States. He also believes that the US should create a stabilized oil supply. Finally, Cohen recommends pursuing investments towards new technological advancements in order to start distancing ourselves from foreign oil. The U.S. is directly affected

  • 1984 George Orwell Loss Of Privacy Analysis

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    recently been enacted, and anything that is posted on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook can be reviewed by the government. Words that relate to “domestic security, HAZMAT, health concern, Southwest border violence, federal agencies, terrorism, weather/disaster/emergency, cybersecurity and Infrastructure security” are all on a watch-list that allows the post to get flagged and is then shared with government agencies (The

  • Patriot Act Pros And Cons

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    The scary dreadful moments of September 11 involved and increase this governments responsibility to take drastic measures and preserve the lives of the people of United States. President Bush response to these attacks was the patriot act. The patriot act gave law enforcement in the united states the most promising and effective tool to combat the terrorist. The patriot act has been a great tool and weapon to fight against terrorist attacks. Some people say that the patriot act has broken the wall

  • Lack Of Rights In Anna Perera's 'Guantanamo Boy'

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    “Innocent Until Proven Guilty Not Here, You’re Not.” This quote comes from the book Guantanamo Boy by Anna Perera. In other words, the quote describes the lack of rights in Guantanamo Bay. In this essay, I will discuss the plot and the history of Guantanamo Boy. Also how the plot and the history relates to each other. Guantanamo Boy is about a 15 year old boy name Khalid Ahmed. Khalid is a British Muslim that lives in Rochdale, England with his mother, father and two sisters. Khalid loves to play

  • Jim Crow's Children Chapter Summaries

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    Peter Irons begins Jim Crow's Children by quoting former slaves talking about the difficulties they faced trying to learn how to read. "If we told him we had been learnin' to read," "he would near beat the daylights out of us" one slave recalled. This book delves into the deepest of court battles between African Americans and their white counterparts who wanted nothing to do with them. Backed by Thurgood Marshall, the man who had won the Brown vs. Board of Education decision, African Americans were