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  • Essay On Border Security

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    1) Describe the challenges faced by US Customs and Border Protection agents attempting to secure the border. Be sure to include: What is the functional equivalent of the border? What is the Fourth amendment exception as it pertains to border searches? How are seizure statistics used to justify the mission of border security? US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents face a mass of challenges to their attempts of securing the nations border. The reality is, criminals do whatever it takes to

  • Tourism In Pakistan Essay

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    Methodology: To determine the impact of tourism expenditure on economic growth of Pakistan I have taken the time series data from 1995 to 2012. Trade was used as an independent variable in the model. For the regression I have used the ordinary least square (OLS) method because all the variable were stationary at level. I took the data of GDP, trade and tourism expenditure from the World Bank website. Dependent variable: • GDP Independent variable • Tourism expenditure • Trade The model is as follows

  • The Effects Of Globalization

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    without rules. According to Demir and Varlık, “the malign effects of globalization has considerably weakened nation states or dragged them into a situation in which the security and stability would no longer be sustained as desired while promoting terrorism to a global strength” (2015). On the other hand, there’s another way to gain more knowledge and ideologies of different cultures through books and publications, instead of opening the country’s borders to any external threats. This strategy was created

  • Essay On Arms Race

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    Armed conflict and the constant threat of war or terrorism have become both the cause of and response to this growing arm race. Introduction Arms race a pattern of competitive acquisition of military capability between two or more countries. The term is often used to refer to any military buildup or spending

  • Theory Of Queer Theory

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    The word “queer” can actually be used to refer several things that are not quite right or considered as against normal; however, these days, its use is often associated with homo sexual or lesbian. Nowdays, queer becomes a very hot issue to be discussed—due to the advent of many cases as well as the pros and cons related to the issue of same gender relationship. Sedgwick (as cited in Smith 1998) define Queer Theory as a study that is trying to comprehend different kinds of sexual desire and how

  • The Pros And Cons Of Gun Control Laws

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    There are new gun control laws from the after-effects of the Zug massacre that took place on September 27, 2001, in the city Zug, Switzerland in the canton's parliament where Friedrich Leibacher killed 14 people before killing himself. This is one of the incidents that have gun laws permissive and in need of better laws. Gun control supporters who claim that permissive gun laws such as Israel and Switzerland increase the probability of high-casualty violent events, homicides, and suicides within

  • Persuasive Essay On Death Penalty

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    Introduction: Issue: Gradually, in the course of social evolution, a consensus forms among nations and peoples that certain practices can no longer be tolerated. The death penalty is an issue because it violates the eight amendment and it has already convicted many innocent people. Rule: 18 U.S. Code § 3591, The Death penalty law, also known as capital punishment law, covers issues relating to the imposition of death as punishment for the commission of a crime. The code states: (a) A defendant

  • Tourism Industry In Pakistan Essay

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    been said as being the tourism industry’s “subsequent large component”. Pakistan, with its various cultures, human beings landscapes, has attracted ninety million tourists to the country, nearly double to that of a decade ago. Because of danger of terrorism the number of foreigner vacationers has gradually declined and the shock of 2013 Nanga Par wager traveler capturing has extraordinarily adversely affected the tourism industry. As of 2016 tourism has begun to recover in Pakistan, albeit step by step

  • Racism And Sexism In Twelve Years A Slave By Solomon Northup

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    ethnicity and race, which may render some races helpless as they are stereotyped and it would take a great effort for them to prove otherwise. For example, in today’s context, the media has influenced people to think that Jews are money-minded and that terrorism is related to the Islamic teachings. This is extremely detrimental to our society as it would lead to unwanted misunderstandings and thus, ineffective communication. To avoid such misunderstandings, we must veer towards non-essentialism and this

  • Taliban Pros And Cons

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    After the dismemberment of the Soviet Union in 1991, the United States lost the gain toward Afghanistan, and the nation turned into a territorial strategic war-zone. The government was separated a year later, and rebelled among contending mujahideen terrorist group made ready for the development of the Taliban. In 1994, the Taliban, with support from al Qaeda and the Pakistani military foundation, toppled the mujahideen government and caught more than 90 percent of Afghanistan. Contrary to customary