Politics

Analysis of a Political Speech: I have a Dream delivered by Martin Luther King

Analysis of a Political Speech: I have a Dream delivered by Martin Luther King

It may be an easy task for one to deliver a speech, but how do you feel about delivering a successful, powerful speech in front of over 200,000 audience as well as national television audience? A successful speech must have lots of criteria: a clear standpoint, an organized paragraph structure, catchy points, making good use of rhetorical tools and strategies… To explain the term “successful speech” in a few words, I would say that a successful speech has the power to make the targeted audience of all races, age and the classes they belong in the society being moved by the speaker. It sounds difficult, but the speech “I have a Dream” delivered by Martin Luther King is a demonstration of a successful speech. It is successful because King’s eloquent use of ethos, logos, and pathos, rhetorical devices such as tropes of relation, trope of addition, scheme of repetition and scheme of balance and tone used in his speech are able to persuade and infect the original audience to agree with him.

Liberal Cosmopolitanism in Contrast to Other Theories of World Politics

Liberal Cosmopolitanism in Contrast to Other Theories of World Politics

In order to comprehensively answer the question of which of the theoretical approaches is the most convincing one has to take into account a range of different factors. The key focus of this argument will rest with a Liberal Cosmopolitan approach to great power or, in the specific framing of the argument, more accurately world politics. The answer will constitute of a Liberal Cosmopolitan answer to the other main theories covered in the field of world politics, primarily the classic Neo-Realist perspective, the Neo-Realist Hegemonic-Stability-Theory (HST) Gramscian Neo-Marxist analysis and Non-Eurocentric critiques of the study. Furthermore it will touch upon more ideational approaches to the field as well, primarily Constructivist accounts. In order to contrast the Liberal Cosmopolitan theory with this wide arrange of theories, this argument will consider a number of relevant issues, including the divide between materialist and ideational approaches, the structural importance of states or classes as ordering principles and the core normative value of the theories itself.

To Drill or Not to Drill - Looking at Both Sides With an Open Mind

To Drill or Not to Drill - Looking at Both Sides With an Open Mind

I have never been one to like politics of any kind. I know my opinions should matter but it is just too complex for me. Just not something I have ever cared much for. However, when the war in Iraq happened and so many people spoke of why we were rally having the war I listened. Gas prices have soared and have stayed higher than ever. I heard people talk about how it was war involving oil not just 911. Besides, if it were just about 9/11 than shouldn’t we have been in Afghanistan in the beginning instead? Just my own personal thoughts. I personally feel that we are much too dependent on oil from other countries. But then at the same time, I do not want to see wildlife destroyed. It is a hard side to choose here. If I must, I will choose the side for drilling within our own country and not being dependent on others for what we need to survive.

Two Paradigms of Capitalism : Ayn Rand and Milton Friedman

Two Paradigms of Capitalism : Ayn Rand and Milton Friedman

Ayn Rand and Milton Friedman are two of the most influential thinkers in the study of capitalism. While both of them advocate for a free society in which there are minimal governmental interventions and regulations, they differ greatly in their perspectives. Rand, as a writer, examines the topic on an individual basis and stresses the importance and necessity of capitalism to the individual rights of men. On the other hand, Friedman, as an economist, focuses on the big economic picture and argues that capitalism is critical to the political freedom and welfare of the society. This essays will examine Rand and Milton's definitions of capitalism, compare their central arguments, and evaluate their relevance and limitations in the real world.

A Report on the Displacement Situation in the Horn of Africa by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

THE EUROPEAN INTERNATIONAL MODEL UNITED NATIONS 2012:

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY

A report on the displacement situation in the Horn of Africa by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees

Table of Contents:
Introduction

Background
A recent history of the Somali crisis
The drought and famine in the Horn of Africa
The organizational basis for humanitarian aid

A report presented to the General Assembly by the High Commissioner for Refugees
Persons of concern to UNHCR within and outside of Somalia
Major challenges in the protection of displaced populations

Questions a resolution must address

Bibliography and recommended reading

Introduction

Mixed Emotions About How the Government Has Tightened Their Belts on America's Finances

According to the federal government budget one would think they would worry more about saving themselves as to driving us to change our lifestyles. Should we honestly be driving little Cracker Jack boxes around? The government has put strict yet ever increasing emission standards on not only the vehicles that we drive today but how we should live. Many people have mixed emotions about how the government has tightened their belts on America’s finances, and jeopardized our safety.

America is not exactly as free as it portrays itself to be. The government is forcing us to become more efficient people by pushing the prices of living and fossil fuels through the roof; nevertheless, making it nearly impossible for the lower class society to make ends meet. Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck more than ever before. Not only has the cost of fuel increased, but also the cost of items that American’s need to obtain a normal standard of living. “Big Brother” needs to take a step back and ask themselves, “Is this really working?”

Representation of Dominican in the United States

Representation of Dominican in the United States

Dominican Republic is an island in the Caribbean originally named as the Hispaniola. Dominicans are one of the largest ethnics group in the United States. The presence of people from Dominican Republic in the United States has its origins in the late 1900s, but most Dominican arrive after 1960’s, the free trade agreement between that Dominican republic and the United states is giving more opportunity to the Dominican to grow in the United states. The dual citizen approve by the united states Supreme Court allows Dominican in the United States to vote for the presidential election in the Dominican Republic. The education attainment of Dominicans born in the United States is high relative compare to another native Hispanic. A legislation that addresses one of the biggest issues for Dominican is the matter of waiver, in visa Petition Proceedings.

Commision of Narcotic Drugs in Portugal

Commision of Narcotic Drugs in Portugal
Country Profile
Physical Geography
1. The official name of the country is Portuguese Republic.
2. The climate in Portugal is maritime temperate, being cool and rainy in the north, and warmer and drier in the south. Furthermore, the annual rainfall is 27.4 inches and the vegetation is thorn-bushes, heather, and fern.
3. Map:
a. The location of Portugal is located on 39 30 N, 8 00 W (latitude and longitude) and it is part of the Southwestern Europe and Portugal borders the North Atlantic Ocean and is located west of Spain.
b. Physical features in Portugal are volcanoes, mountains, and plains.
c. The area of the country is 57,222.073 sq. mi/92,090 sq. km.
Political Geography
4. Portugal is a republic, parliamentary democracy, and some of its government officials are the President Cavaco Silva, and the Prime Minister Passos Coelho. Furthermore, the political parties are Democratic and Social Center/Popular Party (CDS/PP), Social Democratic Party (PSD), Socialist Party (OS), The Left Bloc (BE), and Unitarian Democratic Coalition (CDU), and CDU includes Portuguese Communist Part (PCP) and Ecologist Party (PEV).
5. The capital is Lisbon

Essay on the Greek Situation Neoliberalism and European Situation

Essay on the Greek Situation Neoliberalism and European Situation

Introduction
The goal of this work is to explain from an X-ray performance of the euro and the Greek economy and the social situation existing in this country.
It should be added that in this study economic and social concepts were mixed, and it will be a text of political economy. This name is important to the economy, because we must keep in mind that economics is a social science that is intertwined with other disciplines such as sociology, biology, psychology, etc. And without them, and their interaction it does not make sense to talk about economy.

Role of Media in Democratic Regimes Based on Schumpeter's Theory of Competitive Democracy - Defining the Theory and Analyzing it's Application

Role of Media in Democratic Regimes Based on Schumpeter's Theory of Competitive Democracy - Defining the Theory and Analyzing it's Application

Participation In Government

Participation In Government

“Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo the fatigue of supporting it.”
-Thomas Paine

It has been said that democracy is one of the most, if not the most, difficult government to uphold in a country. Because democracy is based on majority rule, the role of citizens in a democratic world is very important. A citizen has the responsibility to be active in their political world and vote in elections. These two responsibilities are key to keeping a democracy going strong and keeping the public involved. It is the citizen’s responsibility to have a somewhat decent knowledge about the political status in their country. If people are clueless about politics in the world, they become the easiest targets to be taken advantage of. People need to know what is going on in the world of politics so that they can vote on the best possible candidate to lead the country in the best direction possible.

Political Agenda - From Movies Like Team America to Fahrenheit 911

Political Agenda - From Movies Like Team America to Fahrenheit 911

Being effective in furthering some discussion or political agenda needs many persuading techniques. While Team America is a comedy animation movie that shows a sarcasm world police that fight terrorism. The film Fahrenheit 911 is a documentary movie that shows an expose of what has happened to America since the September 11.Which of the films is more effective in furthering its political agenda? Fahrenheit 911 is more effective then Team America in furthering its political agenda because the former makes real portrays of political leaders while team America makes unreal portrays, shows real historical events and not fiction ones like Team America’s, and uses precise statistics that are absent in Team America movie.

To What Extent Do You Think the Hong Kong Political System is Hindering the Citizens' Socio-Political Participation?

To What Extent Do You Think the Hong Kong Political System is Hindering the Citizens' Socio-Political Participation?

To a large extent, I think the Hong Kong political system is inspiring the citizen’s socio-political participation. For the meaning of the socio-political participation, it is the extent and pattern of participation in social welfare, also the allocation of the resources. And I am going to discuss this problem in three aspects: social, cultural and political.

First, for the social aspect there are many freedoms for citizens. Such as the freedom of speech and freedom of communication ext. it is also the characteristic of the Hong Kong political system. These freedoms give us rights to voice out our own opinions and give advices to the government. In order to let the government listen to know what we needs, citizens can have assembly to protest for their rights. Government don’t set up laws to stop from having assembly shows that government has the needs in these assembly, and inspired people’s participation.

Translation Principles for the Translation of Neologism in News Language

Translation Principles for the Translation of Neologism in News Language

Abstract
In the world, Chinese and English has both the longest history and most people used compared with any other language. As the society developed more and more quickly, many kind of new information came out. Including them was that, there were a lot of neologisms in Chinese words. Many people who do English translation study found that it is much harder to translate these words than any others. New words were born from the antiquity, and they could miss the most important things happened at that moment. So translating these new words were paid much more attention by researchers. New words in this paper are all based on neologisms in news language. This thesis aimed to study the translation of neologism in news language from two aspects—word formation of new words and the background of new words. And then with the help of Yan Fu’s Translation Principles for the Translation of neologism in news language, the paper will enumerate some translation strategies and some ways to improve the quality of neologism in news language.

Introduction
1. Characteristics of Neologism in News Language

Is There a Necessity for Government Intervention in the Economy?

Is There a Necessity for Government Intervention in the Economy?

Abstract
The necessity for government intervention in the economy is a rather controversial issue. Ron Paul on Forbes.com claims that the current attempts to repair the economy, such as the bailout and stimulus programs, are simply the creation of a bubble doomed to eventual collapse. One of the earliest examples of protective intervention is the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890. Government intervention is particularly crucial in times of hardship, as is well known to be true based on the Great Depression. Thoroughly excluding the government from economic concerns is essentially equivalent to economic anarchy .

The Most Important Difference Between the Voting Systems in Spain and the UK

The Most Important Difference Between the Voting Systems in Spain and the UK

People Should Relinquish Their Right to Privacy to Thwart Criminals or Terrorists : A Con-Argument Paper

People Should Relinquish Their Right to Privacy to Thwart Criminals or Terrorists : A Con-Argument Paper

Airport x-ray scanners, GPS trackers, and wiretaps, the answers to my sleepless nights! Privacy has become a four-lettered word in America. In the wake of 9/11, the heightened fear of terrorist attacks trumped all ethical and deserved rights of American’s privacy it seems. While I believe this heightened fear continues years after the devastation, and warrants the need to relinquish our right to privacy, some may disagree with me. Some argue it is unconstitutional, it promotes racial profiling and in our judicial system people are innocent until proven guilty. I respect the need to protect the rights of Americans as I sit here an exercise my 1st Amendment right and wave good-bye to my neighbor deploying for Iraq. However, if a terrorist bombs my neighbors, brothers and sisters, then who will be around to read this assignment? So let me address the arguments people may have to relinquishing their right to privacy.

A Reaction Paper Based on Chapter 10 in the Book Transition Economies: Political Economy in Russia Eastern Europe and Central Asia

A Reaction Paper Based on Chapter 10 in the Book Transition Economies: Political economy in Russia Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The USA Patriot Act: Origins, Outcomes, Beneficiaries, Stakeholders, Decision Makers, Methods of Delivery, and Our Assessment

The USA Patriot Act: Origins, Outcomes, Beneficiaries, Stakeholders, Decision Makers, Methods of Delivery, and Our Assessment

Table of Contents
Abstract
The USA Patriot Act: Origins, Outcomes, Beneficiaries, Stakeholders, Decision Makers, Methods of Delivery, and Our Assessment
Introduction
Origins
Outcomes
Beneficiaries
Stakeholders
Decision Makers
Methods of Delivery
Our Assessment
Conclusion
Bibliography

Abstract

Persuasive Essay on Same Sex Marriage

Persuasive Essay on Same Sex Marriage

There has been a lot of conflict concerning the topic of same sex marriage. Most states have ruled it unconstitutional, and some have disagreed. But what really is the solution to this problem? Show people really are penalized for expressing their true feelings? I honestly think that same sex marriage isn’t a crime and if all expressions are not banned, why should this?

The Millennium Development Goals: A Discriminating Equalizer

The Millennium Development Goals: A Discriminating Equalizer

Abstract
In this paper, I propose that the Millennium Development Goals, while practical, fail to provide for overarching international institutional framework or acknowledge individual nation institutional framework. By exemplifying such areas of economic success as well as economic downturn in a post-MDG era, I argue that the current MDG-landscape is insufficient to support such global reform, for it is absent of an overarching institutional order and absent of recognition of the institutional variances between nations.

Table of Contents
The Millennium Development Goals: A Discriminating Equalizer
Why China Is Where It Is
Why India Is Where It Is
Why Sub-Saharan Africa Is Where It Is
Conclusion
References

The Millennium Development Goals: A Discriminating Equalizer

Government Research Paper: Discussing the Different Forms of Government

Government Research Paper: Discussing the Different Forms of Government

Most people live in countries. They need rules to have peace, to provide services, and to protect them. Small societies used to have leaders to enforce the rules, but the society had no control over anything. As time went on people thought about leaders that would make laws they wanted. Soon government was born.

Can, Should, and Ultimately How Do Governments Respond to Policy Gaps: Responsibilities of the Public Administrator in the Twenty-First Century - Refering to the Novel Striking a Balance: Work, Family, Life by Robert Drago

Can, Should, and Ultimately How Do Governments Respond to Policy Gaps: Responsibilities of the Public Administrator in the Twenty-First Century - Refering to the Novel Striking a Balance: Work, Family, Life by Robert Drago

Introduction
There is no denying that the American landscape is under significant stress. As Robert Drago writes in Striking a Balance: Work, Family, Life, “our economy and society are rigged to create imbalance. (Drago, 3)” These trends are discernable, most notably in a growing care, gender, and income gap. However, what lays at the very heart of this disease are societal norms. Many have too little work, too little money, and too much spare time while many have too much work, too much money, and not enough spare time. It is the responsibility of the government to intervene on behalf of every citizen’s health and wellbeing, despite their misunderstanding of intentions.

The Gaps

The End of the Cold War and Political Transition in East Central Europe 1985-1991

The End of the Cold War and Political Transition in East Central Europe 1985-1991

Security Council Republic of Austria - The Palestinian Question

Security Council Republic of Austria - The Palestinian Question

Is Humanity is Moving Towards a World Without Borders?

Is Humanity is Moving Towards a World Without Borders?

Humanity is not moving towards a world without borders of every kind. Even when getting rid of some borders helps people grow, some borders are necessary to maintain order in the world. It is true that civilization has fought the differences made to individuals when it comes to gender, culture finds itself in the middle, and geographical and political borders are just necessary to keep harmony in the world as a whole.

On an individual basis equality when it comes to gender has been beneficiary for countries who imply it. Gender equality has been proven to the growth of countries in every way. Women are now able to acquire higher education increasing the possibilities that their children either male or female will get an education as well making the country more competitive in a professional way as well as in other aspects. As mentioned in the article “Women Unfit for Combat? Au Contraire” by Timothy C. Brown,

Do College Students Lack Life Experience and Vote With Their Feelings?

Do College Students Lack Life Experience and Vote With Their Feelings?

Essay on the Joint of PSOE and UGT - One of the Most Important Events of the Socialist Movement During the Republic Ages

The joint of the PSOE and the UGT, where this declaration was expressed, was one of the most important events of the socialist movement during the Republic ages. We can see a radicalization of the movement defending the rise of the working class if the conditions thus reclaim it. Why happens this change, if the socialist until now had been opposed to any way that it was contrary to the law?

In the beginning the Socialist Party had born prearranged to the parliamentary and municipal action, although its puritanical character in the Marxist principles, prevented it an effective action in the politic. This situation suddenly change with the fall of Maura’s government thanks to the combined action of the opposite parties in 1909. The Socialist could seen that by a more active action in the politic scope, would obtain better results than its previous strict character. The Socialist’s challenge were of a more participation in the parliament and in the following years even a collaboration with the Primo de Rivera’s dictatorship. So, why happened this drastic change towards the rise option?

Research Paper on Neoliberalism and Human Rights

Research Paper on Neoliberalism and Human Rights

Final Exam Paper: Right to Vote

Final Exam Paper:
Right to Vote

Dear Maria,
I’m excited about you moving to town, I hope you and your family are all doing well and enjoying the weather in Texas. Considering you just turned eighteen, you are now eligible to vote. Even though many years ago not any one could vote, our great American Leaders who faced political challenges and fought against the adversary, believed that all humans were created equal and we all have right to be heard in this country by embracing in political activity.

Paper on What Extent the Competence of the Institutions of the European Union is Legally Determined and How Far is it Politically Determined

Paper on What Extent the Competence of the Institutions of the European Union is Legally Determined and How Far is it Politically Determined

It is impossible to ignore the fact that the EU’s competence has been determined both legally and politically, with the two often being inextricably linked. Though the legal limitations can be identified easily by looking at the Treaties and jurisprudence of the ECJ, the inherent tensions between supranational and intergovernmental interests have meant that the scope of these principles has been sculpted politically. This essay will first outline the principle of conferral with reference to competence, subsidiary and proportionality and then examine how the scope of the EU’s competence has been forged through both legal and political means with particular reference to the variety of legal basis provisions and the legislative procedures required by each and the implied competence of the EU. In examining these areas, it will become clear that the political and legal limits on the EU’s competence are inextricably linked.

Politics and Economics in the PRC after 1978

Politics and Economics in the PRC after 1978

Introduction:

The famous quote “Let China sleep, for when she wakes, she will shake the world”, by the French Emperor Napoleon, has become one of the main references when it comes to the Chinese economic take off. Indeed, it is undeniable that China has now woken up, and for proof has an annual GDP growth averaging at 10% over the last three decades (Tong & Wong, 2008, p.117). Despite the global crisis that has shaken the rest of the world, China has carried on with its fast development and has even overtaken Japan as the second largest economy in the world in 2010.

Restoration Literature: Political, Social and Economic Background to Restoration England

Restoration Literature: Political, Social and Economic Background to Restoration England

1660 – the Restoration of monarchy in England. Charles II comes to the throne from exile, he is later followed by his brother James II who is eventually deposed and exiled as a result of the Glorious Revolution of 1688.

Relative order restored:

government to be based on a partnership of king and parliament
the House of Lords and bishoprics were restored
the army disbanded, having secured back pay and pensions
Puritans driven out of public life by a series of laws passed between 1661 and 1665. Many imprisoned, like John Bunyan, author of the Pilgrim’s Progress
Cromwell’s body hanged, his followers persecuted
The two last Stuarts are the kings who attempted absolutist rule and who were steering towards Catholicism against the will of the Parliament. The Revolution of 1688 led to the establishment of a king by contract: William of Orange and Mary were parliamentary monarchs
Charles II – lover of pleasure and women, but also actively supporting arts, playhouses and sciences – French and Italian musicians, painters from the Low Countries, founded the Royal Society.

Paper on Islam and Democracy

Islam and Democracy

Introduction

Morocco is a conservative country which religion is Islam; however, its political system is based on democracy due to its influence by Europe. Hassan II said: "Morocco is a tree, the roots of which are planted firmly in Africa but which has its branches in Europe."(Hassan II, 1976).
In fact, Morocco is a country which is open to modernity; it is what Moataz Abdel Fattah names a “modernist Islamist society” and defines as being a society that deduces its principles from the holy book and perceives democracy as a modern extension of the great Islam rules. (Moataz, 10) So what is the real meaning of democracy? According to Abraham Lincoln, democracy is a “Government of the people, by the people, for the people.” (Lincoln, A. qtd in democracy-building).

In another source, it is defined as the following:

The Intent of Powershift

I took an excruciatingly long bus ride to a conference in Washington DC, to Powershiftm 2011. While there in DC I got hustled in China town, learned my way around the Metro, managed to both impress and annoy/scare a representative from the National Wildlife Federation, compulsively grabbed a folder full of promotional pamphlets, took audio recordings of some famous people, reaffirmed my distaste for Macalester College alumni with the help of a jerk working with Friends of the Earth, bought some good beer at a Walgreens and learned a bit about the institutional youth climate movement. To my knowledge, this bi-annual event is the biggest of its kind in the US. Down one or two adaptive cylces/scales are the two Neighborhood Sustainability Conferences I attended in the last six months. Like Powershift, these micro-conferences had speakers, info sessions and time to share cards.
Since both of these events are part of the same social movement, Meadows and systems thinking immediately come to mind and will be the central focus on the analysis, supplemented by comments on the relation on notions of the Commons, resilience and transition.

The Rise of Realism

The Rise of Realism

It is difficult to generalize one school of thought for the one-hundred and ninety-five countries that exist in the world. Because politics is so intricate, it is important to note that no country will completely adopt one school of thought. A nation may exemplify realism in some manners and demonstrate liberalism in another. However, overall, it appears as though the world draws more from realism than it does liberalism. There are many ways to ascertain which school of thought is more established or dominant. Realism appears to be more prevalent in our society because nations seem to act on what is in their own best interest rather than trying to apply universal ethics. Obtaining military control is how many nations believe that they can acquire power and possess economic prosperity. Essentially, the world’s political climate is perceived as a struggle whereby the strong dominate the weak. In addition, the idea of self-help seems to prevail over the idea of collective security.

Economic Stimulus Package

Economic Stimulus Package

(My intended audience for this article is middle aged Liberals. I attempted to use a formal word choice. I thought that using numbers and charts would be more relatable to other people. I feel that because of the plain tone I used in the paper that it came off as being very boring.)

It is one of the most debated topics at this moment. When will the recession be over? It is a question that everyone wishes they had the answer to. One of the first things Barack Obama did while being elected into office was issue the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008 or
better known as the stimulus plan. In my opinion the stimulus plan was a response to the economy that gave the United States Secretary of the Treasury power to make a $700 billion plan to give money to mortgage companies, and to insert money into some of the banks. In my
opinion the governments’ stimulus package is a failure because we are still in a recession. Even though the stimulus package has created some jobs the unemployment rate in the United States is still at a high 9%. I feel that with my extensive amount of research that I have enough proof to

Italian Music - Music and Politics Under Fascism

Paper on Italian Music

What was the relationship between music and politics under fascism?

The political culture of fascism was very contradictory: on one hand the regime seemed to tolerate the modern view and yet on the other hand they were extremely strict and kept a tight control on all artistic aspects. Historians of culture, have come to recognize that fascism encouraged both modern as well as anti -modern trends. In Italy, fascism forced that idealized expressions of national traditions be safely immunized from foreign or avant-garde influences. The self-policing of the musical community was more important than ideological pronouncements of party officials. In Italy it was more artists and critics who sought to mobilize the regime to enforce their own rivalries. The fascist regime was scared to be criticized and so music became filtered and censured. They utilized music to mobilized the population, a good example was the fascist song “ Facetta Nera”. Music was a form of social control, and because of that a lot of music was rejected especially American music as Jazz.

The Ugly Truth - The Ideas of Karl Marx and George Orwell and the Trouble of Classes

The Ugly Truth

Karl Marx and George Orwell both attempt to demonstrate that their ideas are the solution to the troubles between classes. Marx presents ideas derived from the rise and fall of various classes throughout history while Orwell presents socialist ideas taken from his own experiences.

Together We Can Stop Human Trafficking

Together We Can Stop Human Trafficking

Human trafficking starts at about 12-14 years of age and about two children are kidnapped every two minutes. Some of these children are brainwashed into becoming child soldiers. Sadly, there are 1.39 million victims of human trafficking with only one to two percent of the victims ever being rescued and only one in 100,000 of the traffickers ever convicted. Victims are drugged to obey, serve 40-110 customers a day, and if they don’t obey on the drugs, they are usually killed. Not only are they forced into sex for money they also have to deal with rape, beatings, constantly being threatened, malnutrition, sleep deprivation, Hepatitis B and C, AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases. One fourth of the victims are from Southern and Eastern Europe with Greece being called “the center of trafficking in Europe”. Human trafficking is the second largest global organized crime of today and brings in $12 billion/US each year.

Argumentative Synthesis on Poverty

An Argumentative Synthesis on Poverty

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