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Leadership and Corruption in Nigeria - LEADERSHIP AND CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA Introduction: Leadership has always been one of the best factors to consider when determining the goal of a society or a community, it does not matter how big or small a community might be; it has to have a leader if it wants to be developed and harmonized (Ushakov). Leadership has always played a big role in the developing countries, or anywhere in the world. It is very difficult to find a society whether in an urban areas or rural areas functioning without a leader....   [tags: Africa, equal distribution of resources]
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American Government's Reaction to September 11 - The September 11th attacks did leave a mark on the United States. The world watched the media account of the tragic events as they were captured by digital and print media. The author in this article explores different aspects of the tragedy to analyze the both Australian and American thoughts and understanding of the events. She has broken it down into categories: the aftermath of the attacks, interpretations of the attacks, and challenges that impeded existing structures of representation. Questions of how the attack was viewed, and how the terrorist evoked terror and mass terrorism are reviewed....   [tags: terrorism, world trade center]
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Negotiations to End Apartheid - Ethnic races in South Africa, have always been highly disproportionate with Africans being the overwhelming majority and the whites the minority. The ratio of races has not changed much over the years. Today, South Africa (which is twice the size of Texas) is home to some 50-million people; 79.5% African, 11.5% Coloured and Indian/Asian and 9% are white ("South Africa's population," 2012.) Not unlike many European countries, South Africa has a history dating back to the 1600’s that is rooted in crimes against humanity....   [tags: South Africa Apartheid Essays]
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Comparing Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X - During the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960’s in the United States, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X had different methods and philosophies for trying to accomplish the very similar goal of civil rights for African Americans. Although Martin Luther King, Jr. had a philosophy of non-violence and racial integration and Malcolm X believed violence might be necessary and believed in racial separation, the two leaders had a lot in common: “Martin and Malcolm have become the two most recognizable African American icons of the twentieth century”(Carson 22)....   [tags: compare/contrast essays]
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Discrimination Against the Gypsies - "There are some 15 million Roms dispersed across the world. Their history is one of suffering and misery, but it is also one of the victories of human spirit over the blows of fate. Today the Roms revive their culture and are looking for their identity. On the other hand, they integrate into the societies in which they live. If they are understood by their fellow citizens in their new homelands, their culture will enrich the society's atmosphere with the color and charm of spontaneity" (Ghandi)....   [tags: Romani People, Roma People]
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Earth Democracy’s Tenants, Feasibility, and Relevancy, by Vandana Shiva - “In nature's economy the currency is not money, it is life.” Vandana Shiva, with these words, asserts her most fundamental beliefs about the sacredness of humans living in harmony with the natural ecological world. For Shiva it is not invisible hand of the market that rules rather, omnipresent realities of the natural world that dictate culture, food systems, economies and human life. Shiva has become a world-renowned spokesperson for global ecofeminism. Her scientific, activism, and written ventures have focused on bringing her principles of earth democracy and sustainable living to public attention....   [tags: Vandana Shiva]
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