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Smuggling in the Asia-Pacific Region - At the present, the phenomenon of people smuggling is a vital issue in the globalization. The impact of smuggling in people is not restricted in one country but it causes a variety of impacts. Most developed countries often suffering from the issue of people smuggling For example, in 2001, around 43,000 illegal migrants from both Pakistanis and Afghans resided in the UK, US economy has suffered from the rising number of illegal migrants from Mexican approximately 11 million during 2006. Moreover, people smuggling not only provide a matter of illegal migrant but also it leads to the link between smuggling and serious crime as dual crimes such as in 2000, international organized crime group w...   [tags: Globalization, Crime, Current Events]
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Drug Smuggling in Malaysia - Drug smuggling cases have created a grave concerns in Malaysia. As I go through the “Special Report : Decline in Drug Mules” 2010 by BERNAMA, I feel impel to discuss further about this issue. In this article, the definition of drug mule is not given. But, I have come across a definition from Smith (2010) which stated that drug mules are people whose bodies are used to transport drugs to another country. Moreover, Kusyi (2010) defined drug mule as a phrase that refers to someone who is willing or duped to be a courier, carrying drugs or smuggling drugs to other countries....   [tags: Legal Issues, Drugs, Drug Mule] 1277 words
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Palestinian Smuggling Tunnels - Ever since the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict and the Six Day War in 1967, when Israel occupied the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Golan Heights, Sinai and Gaza Strip, Palestinians have been fighting for their ‘birthright’ country and have unfortunately been pushed into a corner and surrounded by borders by the Israeli’s, unsurprisingly, it has tormented and tested the Palestinians living in these occupied territories with shifting forms of Israeli military and civilian rule , which consequently has sparked major uprisings by Palestinians such as the second Intifada....   [tags: Defying Israel and Egypt]
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How the National Industry of Smuggling Harms the Economy - ... This form of smuggling is generally associated with highly marketable goods, goods of high tax value and prohibited or restricted goods. Forbid a man to think for himself or to act for himself and you may add the joy of piracy and the zest of smuggling to his life. Elbert Hubbard PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH SMUGGLING LOSE OF REVENUE Smuggling is an act of tax avoidance which deprives government of revenue for public expenses. DISTORATION OF MARKET PRICES Goods which are smuggled into the country are often sold a lot cheaper than goods brought onto market through the right procedures smuggling hence deprives trades of free competition....   [tags: drugs, market, transportation] 607 words
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The Real Threat Of Nuclear Smuggling - The Real Threat of Nuclear Smuggling This reading was based on the controversy over the threat that nuclear smuggling poses. It begins by going over the view of each side in a brief manner. It states that some analysts dismiss it as a minor nuisance while others find the danger to be very real and probable. This reading stands mainly for the belief that nuclear smuggling is a real danger. The analysts that find this issue to be a problem say that nuclear smuggling presents grave and serious because even though the percent of these type of smuggling is less than that of drugs for example, the law-enforcement type officials are also less experienced at stopping shipments of an item such as...   [tags: essays research papers] 565 words
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Smuggling Drugs into the United States - Smuggling Drugs into the United States On July 30, Federal agents charged twelve Delta Air Lines employees of smuggling drugs into the United States. Nine Delta Airlines workers were arrested and three others are sought as suspects in a scheme that brought 10 tons of Colombian cocaine into the U.S. via Delta flights from Puerto Rico. Over a three to four year period, employees stashed cocaine in suitcases and packed the drug into cargo containers which were then transported primarily to New York from San Juan's Munóz Marin International Airport, agents said (Christopher Wren, "Nine at Delta Are Seized in Smuggling of Cocaine," New York Times, July 31, 1997, p....   [tags: Papers] 1056 words
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Smuggling Of Nuclear Material - Smuggling of Nuclear Material Over the past five years the former states of the Soviet Union haven't been able to prevent the leakage of nuclear material. Nuclear materials and technologies are more accessible now than at any other time in history, due to the breakup of the Soviet Union and the worsening of economic conditions. No longer does the Soviet KGB, the Soviet military and the Soviet border guards have the control to stop the smuggling of nuclear material's. With the Cold War being over, there is a huge stockpile of over 100 nuclear sites (See Appendix A)....   [tags: essays research papers] 998 words
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Drug Smuggling - Drug Smuggling      Drug smuggling is on a current up raise and there seems to be no way of stunting it growth. But here a some ways some states are trying to slow the rate of drug smuggling.      In Illinois there is a program called “Operation Cash Crop” or the OCC. This is a combine of the ISP and the DEA. It's goal is to locate places where marijuana is grown then destroy all of it's gardens. During the span of 1983-88 these “OCC” led to 442 arrest and destroyed over 2 million marijuana plants....   [tags: Drugs Narcotics Drug War Essays]
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The Spread of Drugs as a World Problem - There are many security threats facing nation states. The threat of international terrorism attract the most headlines and governments spend a lot of money to combat it. But there are so called "soft security" threats that if not dealt with lead to the strengthening of organized crime groups that wreak havoc on a society's security and economy. Three of the threats that challenge states today are the smuggling of drugs, arms trafficking, and illegal alien smuggling. In the United States, the porous border with Mexico has only made these threats more imminent....   [tags: Trafficking, Smuggling, Border] 1203 words
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Devil's Highway is Dangerous Stretch in Arizona - ... The fence and guards are there to prevent smuggling of all kinds into and out of the United States. When humans in the case of The Devils Highway attempt to be smuggled across the boarder they have to deal with these barriers. Luis Alberto Urrea starts off his book addressing why people would attempt to cross the border illegally if it is so challenging. He talks about the deteriorating conditions of towns and cities in Mexico to begin his explanation. He then addresses the individual circumstances of Mexican residents that push them to make the journey across the boarder such as increased hunger, inflated prices, and the lack of well paying employment available in Mexico....   [tags: death, smuggling, immigrants]
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The Ethicality of the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program - Imagine having to watch from afar as your child travels alone. Then imagine having to hear that they were placed in a children’s detention center and have taken their own life to escape. This imagination was simply a horrifying reality for the parents of Noemi Álvarez Quillay. Noemi was apart of “The United States Resettlement Agency” that is a form of immigration reform that cares for unaccompanied migrant children. (Dwyer) On her way to see her parents in New York with a “coyote” (smuggler), twelve-year old Noemi was picked up by police authorities and taken to a children’s shelter....   [tags: human trafficking, smuggling]
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Ways to Minimize the Risk of Child Kidnapping in Malaysia - ... The strangers may question the children that, “your father has been injured in a accident, lets follow me to hospital”. Parents should teach children not to believe on those negative statements made by strangers (Hilgeman, 1999). Besides, children should not accept any gift given by strangers,such as candy. Parents also need to tell the children to run away if the strangers try to pull them into the car (Murphy, 2014). Besides that, teach the children not to open the doors to any strangers, especially when they are alone in home (Canadian Centre for Child Protection Inc, 2011)....   [tags: child smuggling and self protection]
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Life in the Ghettos - ... It didn't even cover ten percent of the normal requirements. This led the inhabitants of the ghettos into smuggling. Although smuggling lead to death, the families did it for any cost in order to survive. Children from ages of five to six would often try to make themselves useful by smuggling for families . It was easier for them because they were small enough to get through the barbed wires and small tunnels that had been dug out (Warsaw Ghetto). Living on a 253 calorie diet everyday, made them very weak and sick....   [tags: germans, food control, smuggling] 841 words
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Smuggling Cuban Baseball Players - Major League Baseball (MLB) in America has an influx of players from across the world and many come from Latin American countries. The country of Cuba has numerous players playing in the MLB even though Cuban citizens are not allowed to leave Cuba without a permit that is very difficult to get. Most young Cuban baseball players are forced to flea the country in order to enter the MLB. These young men have to risk jail time and their lives in hopes of getting a payday in America. They are smuggled out of their country by way of boat and often with help of the drug cartels....   [tags: MLB, latin american countries, athletes]
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Organized Crime - Organized crime is often described similarily by groups like government, the press and popular opinion. This similar definition is described through the knowledge people have gained from pop-culture movies, television shows, magazines, novels and stories from newspaper articles. Often these newspaper articles are written by authors who have little more knowledge on the structure of organized crime then what their favorite Sopranos episode dictates. It is extremely rare in today's society that somone who has an opinion on organized crime (which is almost everyone) has gained this opinion through first-hand experience (Finckenauer, p....   [tags: International Drug Smuggling] 1050 words
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Why Drug Trafficking Continues to Rise Despite the Risks Involved - ... All sources of transportation should be checked for drugs, even the ones that are least susceptible. Cocaine originates in many different parts of the world. According to Drug Traffic, most of the supply originates from Central and South America. In Great Britain, cocaine amounts are also very high in trade and demand. According to Britain is Facing 'Emerging Threat' From Live Streaming of Sex Abuse, "almost half of organised crime groups are involved in some way in the drug trade, with 18 to 23 tonnes of heroin and around 30 tonnes of cocaine imported annually into Britain.” Great Britain is not the only country with a high supply, however....   [tags: cocaine smuggling and use]
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Just Take Away Their Guns - In the essay, “Just Take Away Their Guns,” James Q. Wilson proposes a particular method to assist gun control laws in our country. Wilson proposes that if law enforcement acquires street frisks, the possession of illegal guns will drop in numbers. Through his many methods of persuasion, Wilson’s essay is executed effectively. He shows reasoning and fairness to the opposing sides to his argument but lacks the thought to other issues, such as the economy and social outrage brought on by his idea....   [tags: james wilson, illegal guns, smuggling]
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The Border Patrol State - The Border Patrol State In “The Border Patrol State” Leslie Silko makes accusations of the border patrol’s mistreatment of American citizens of Mexican decent, making the argument with almost evidence. Silko, a critically acclaimed poet, sees the border patrol as a governmental assembly addicted to interrogation, torture, and the murder of those they see fit. Leslie Silko certainly makes accusations that some could argue far exceed the boundaries of journalism integrity, and fail to deliver with evidence to back them up....   [tags: Leslie Silko Illegal Drugs Smuggling Essays]
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Crime and Punishment in the Seventeenth-century - Source A is a mid seventeenth-century engraving showing the 'swimming test' of a woman accused of witchcraft. The swimming test was used to find witches. The accused would be submerged in water, and if they floated on the surface they were assumed guilty of witchcraft. Source A illustrates uniformed spectators. The very fact that they are uniformed shows that the swimming test was a sanctioned event. The source also shows a creature which looks a little like a warthog, which may represent the witch's familiar....   [tags: Criminal Justice Essays] 2270 words
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Inside Story of the Prison System - ... There are many cases that have shown that prison staff has been involved with relaying the drugs to the inmates. According to the article from The Antelope Valley Times M. Dilworth states, “In Lancaster a former corrections officer accused of smuggling drugs and cell phones into the Lancaster prison for a criminal street gang has been ordered to trial.” (Dilworth)The reasons staff might smuggle drugs is that they could be benefiting monetarily or be obtaining drugs for their personal use as well....   [tags: drug abuse, addiction, police] 1236 words
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Human trafficking - Well within every country’s walls is an underground scene that exploits people in any way that it can. These exploitations happen with or without the consent of those being exploited. Human trafficking and migrant smuggling are two similar but also different issues that affect virtually every country in the world. Human trafficking is defined as “the acquisition of people by improper means such as force, fraud or deception, with the aim of exploiting them” (United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime, 2012) while smuggling migrants is “the procurement for financial or other material benefit of illegal entry of a person into a State of which that person is not a national or resident” (United Nat...   [tags: Trafficking, migration, rights]
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Illegal Immigration Reforms and Laws in The U.S. - "One of the critical issues that we have to confront is illegal immigration, because this is a multi-headed Hydra that affects our economy, our health care, our health care, our education systems, our national security, and also our local criminality." This is a quote from Allen West a United States Representative and former military lieutenant who is heavily involved in illegal immigration reforms and laws in the U.S. Illegal immigration in the U.S has become an enormous problem in the past several years....   [tags: mexican cartels, prostitution, illegal work]
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How the French and Indian War Lead to the American Revolution - ... According to ushistory.com, “The colonies were wholly interested in overcoming the French in North America and appealed to the King for permission to raise armies and monies to defend themselves.” They wanted protection from their mother country, which they had a right to do. Yet the King was insecure to grant them the money for the war because he was afraid they would revolt against the British. Instead he sent over his own troops to fight. Colonists wanted to help fight and aid the British in successfully winning the war, including General George Washington himself, it was common for colonists who volunteered to be discharged....   [tags: act, debt, conflict, restrictions] 776 words
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How does Globalization Impact on Crime and Victimisation? - ... Therefore, these modern crimes that are occurring which exploit the advancement of globalization affects all individuals. This is evident through through economic globalization, where the victimisation is broadened and targets most individuals in that nation. This form of globalization can be illustrated through the increase of economic crimes that are occurring such as that of money laundering. The form of travel and economic globalization has seen to increase the rates and efficiency of money laundering in recent years....   [tags: organized crime, money laundering]
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Human Trafficking in the United States - In 2010, there were almost 30,000 Latino immigrants in Durham, ninety percent of which were undocumented immigrants (Johnson). Initially, most Latino immigrants arrived in the southwest, but since the turn of the century, more have settled in new destinations, such as Durham, and other parts of the Southeast, due to opportunities to work in low-skilled jobs. Pushing forces that lead people to migrate include better life opportunities, poverty as a result of war, political unrest and injustice, and environmental disasters....   [tags: Modern-Day Slavery]
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Was Prohibition Successful in the 1920s? - ... In the late 1920s he had raised billions of money, and he was nicknamed “Chicago’s underground mayor”. Even when he abandoned his career after he was released from the prison in the 1930s, he kept about 8 million of properties still. Hence by enforcing prohibition, the government gave chances for gangsters to develop rapidly and may trigger some chaos as well as corruption. By using patronage, the mafias also gained lots of authorities for dirty work and smuggling. The government itself also suffered from corruption and could not serve its people....   [tags: alcohol, gangsterism, bootlegging] 541 words
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Ineffective Enforcement of Gun Control Laws and Policies - ... For example, media available on a global scale was said to have acclaimed the weapons used in Iraq bombings in 2003 (UN). This need for education in Latin American countries is due also to the fact that its citizen’s motives for killing are different than the citizens in countries like the U.S. (Cave). In the United States, people kill as a way to disrupt society and out of personal stupidity. In Mexico on the other hand, criminals tend to kill as a job to make more money or because of organized crime (QTD....   [tags: Brazilian and Mexican government]
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Japanese, Russian, Chinese, and Mexican Organized Crime - Organized crime is an international issue and it exists in several different countries, such as; Italy, China, Japan, Russia and the United States of America. Although all these groups of organized crime have many things in common they tend to have different ways of doing something, or they may not do them at all. Many also commit similar types of crimes, and others commit crimes other groups would not. It is thought that the Russian Mafia has existed in Russia for several centuries. When Russia was still the Soviet Union, corruption began to develop because of the Communist era....   [tags: Crime Essays]
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Foreign Aid is Used for Illegal Activities - Foreign aid is a type of funding that helps support many countries in great need. Other names for this term are foreign assistance, financial aid, and overseas aid. There are many ways a country can receive aid. One way would be a country giving money to the recipient country. This is the most known form of aid, but the other forms of aid can include tents, food, and weapons. When foreign aid is used on illegal activities, it not only affects one country’s economy. A country does not merely just have a lack of aid coming into a certain sector....   [tags: foreign assistance, financial aid]
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Rita Hayworth and The Shawshank Redemption - There is a staggering amount of corruption in the prison system that is caused by pressure on the inmates as well as the employees in Rita Hayworth and the Shawshank Redemption by Stephen King. The aforementioned corruption contributes greatly to many of the main plot points in the story such as; the harassment of the prisoners, the smuggling of contraband items into Shawshank, and the prisoners making their own lives easier by using the corruption for their own purposes. Corruption is a main cause of the harassment and exploitation of the prisoners....   [tags: prison system, corruption]
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Drug World Organizations: Drug Cartels - ... As Campbell illustrates, there are four main levels of female participants in the drug trade starting with female drug lords, middle-level women, low-level mules, and those women who are minimally involved as a result of connections with men. However, the majority of the U.S.-Mexico border women do not take part in drug smuggling – most impoverished and unskilled women work as laborers in the maquiladora factories, as maids, prostitutes, or have other side jobs. Feminism brings us to study the intersection of the factors bringing women to participate in the drug world, as well as ways in which women can use the system for their advantage....   [tags: tijuana cartel, chapo guzmán ] 1428 words
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America's War on Drugs - Throughout history, Americans have fought many enemies that threaten the safety of our great Nation and provided aid and resources to our partnering countries in their time of despair. However, the consequences were substantial, countless brave men and women lost their lives defending the freedom of Americans. Today American’s fight a different kind of war; it is a war without a clear enemy or end in sight. Today, America fights a War on Drugs. In the early 1970s, the War on Drugs was still relatively new and drug smuggling continued, going virtually unimpeded through the U.S....   [tags: Illicit Drugs]
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Mexico’s War on Drugs - Every day the U.S. border patrol has to constantly keep an eye out for the smuggling of drugs by Mexican Cartels. There has been much violence due to this drug problem that has left many people near the border killed and is allowing more criminals to obtain these weapons. A lot of this attention goes to the U.S. because many of the weapons utilized in the “drug war” are U.S. made and is interfering with trading relations amongst both the U.S. and Mexico. With this current violent situation in Mexico this has transformed the flow of weapons to an even larger scale....   [tags: US Border Patrol, Mexico]
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The Mexican Drug Cartel - ... He didn’t have much education, he ended school in third grade and worked until the 1980’s when he joined the Guadalajara cartel. El Chapo is now the most wanted man in world. “The Mexican crime syndicate is the world’s most powerful trafficking organization, and the biggest supplier of illegal narcotics in the U.S” (Bates). “The cartels territory run all the way up the Pacific Coasts of Mexico which it uses to shuttle drugs from Central America, Colombia, and Bolivia up through Mexico and into the United States” (Tovray)....   [tags: sinaloa cartel, chapo guzman]
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How does Hardy show social injustice in the 19th Century in England? - How does Hardy show social injustice in the 19th Century in England. Thomas Hardy was born in 1840 and died in 1928 at the age of 88. Thomas Hardy’s father was a stonemason and his mother a servant to a vicar. Hardy could not afford to continue his education as he wished and was apprenticed to John Hicks, a local church architect from 1862 to 1867. He served as assistant to Arthur Bloomfield, a London architect. Hardy hated London and returned to Dorset and worked for Hicks until 1874. Despite his employment Hardy was writing continually during this period of life....   [tags: Free Essay Writer] 2095 words
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Opium and Trade - The thought of opium as a topic of conversation in China throughout the late eighteenth century and nineteenth century brought about discussions that varied from arguments for its legalization and praise of its distributors to the complete ban of the drug and punishment for all users and smugglers. For those who acted as proponents of the narcotic, they sincerely believed that this necessary evil was one of the only aspects of the economy that could effectively propel China into the same class as that of the world’s supreme powers (Janin 6)....   [tags: Economics ]
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Mexico's Drug War - A former director of the United States Drug Enforcement Agency’s Mexican office once stated:” The heroin market abhors a vacuum.” The truth in this statement can be extended to not only the heroin trade but also the trade of numerous other drugs of abuse; from cocaine to methamphetamines, the illicit drug trade has had a way of fluidity that allows insert itself into any societal weakness. Much like any traditional commodity good, illicit drugs have become not only an economy in and of themselves, they have transformed into an integral part of the legitimate global economy....   [tags: United States Drug Enforcement Agency]
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Arizona Bill 1070: All States Should Enact Similar Laws - In 2010, the Arizona Senate introduced a bill that would become one of the strictest and anti-illegal immigration bills ever to be debated, and eventually implemented in the United States. The bill, usually referred to as Arizona Bill 1070, requires all aliens to carry their registration documents at all times. 1070 makes it a state misdemeanor for an alien to be in Arizona without carrying the required documents and bars state or local officials or agencies from restricting enforcement of federal immigration laws....   [tags: U.S. Law, illegal immigration, immigrants]
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The Cultural and Political Life of Saudi Arabia - Crimes punishable by the death sentence in Saudi Arabia include murder, serious attacks on the Islam religion, adultery, dress codes, and since 1987, drug smuggling. Under Saudi Arabian law, serious crimes merit serious consequences. Repeated theft is punishable by amputation of the right hand, administered under anesthetic. Because most meals in Saudi Arabia are eaten by hand from a communal bowl and only the right hand may touch the food, this punishment effectively bans the convicted thief from society....   [tags: Culture]
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Drug Influence in the United States and Mexico - For more than forty years our country has had a problem with our southern border neighbor - Mexico. The issue with the increasing number of consumers of drugs along with the violence associated with the smuggling of narcotics can be traced back to 1954, during Eisenhower’s presidency (Suddath). When Eisenhower was president he realized that the rates of people using drugs was increasing, which is why he started a five member cabinet to stop the “narcotic addiction” (Suddath). Still this issue seemed to be a growing problem because in 1973 President Nixon founded the Drug Enforcement Administration (Suddath)....   [tags: drugs, weapon, border with mexico]
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The Causes of Illegal Immigration in the US - As you can see, the issue of the border relating to immigration has never been straightforward. Instead of enforcing the laws of our country, exceptions were made during times of war which created problems that could not be overturned. Now we have illegal immigrants in our nation and any action is opposed by some special interest group. One of those groups is the Mexican government. Since the 1980's, and most prominently recently, the Mexican government has opposed our restriction of the border because their working class far overflows the few low paying jobs offered in the country....   [tags: mexican border, immigrants, mexican government]
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The Overcrowding, Gangs and Substance Abuse in Prisons - The overcrowding issues in prisons, the gangs in prisons and the illegal drugs and substances. In this assignment, I will be discussing respectively in order on these three issues and what can be done to correct it. In additions, I will be discussing about what I would do to rectify these issues if I were in charge, I will be using my own ideas along with the researches from credible sources to support my ideas. First, I would like to discuss about the overcrowding issues in prisons. Prison is not a good and enjoyable place to be in a first place however, more people are going to prison....   [tags: correctional systems, criminal justice]
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The Black Market or the Underground Market - ... This can be from “knockoff” cell phones that shock consumers to illegal drugs that should not be sold in the first place for the reason that they illegal since they are too dangerous to consume. An example of a black market that is hurting governments and sellers is cigarette diversion or more commonly known as cigarette smuggling. The cigarette smuggler buys a large quantity of cigarettes from a state that has a low cigarette tax, moves the product to another state that has a high tax, and sales the cigarettes on the black market with no tax....   [tags: suppliers, violence, legal]
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Effective Law Enforcement and Less Crime - From day to day, everyone experiences some form of racial profiling. When people go to apply for a job, they are required to state their race and ethnicity on the application; this is so that the employer can hire the correct amount of people by their race and ethnicity as required by the federal law known as Affirmative Action (Wikipedia). In addition, when people go apply for college, driver licenses, social security, food assistance/stamps, unemployment, and even health care, you are required to provide your race and ethnicity for approval....   [tags: Law Enforcement ]
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The Trials of Immigration in America - America is a very proud country full of spirit and determination. I would dare say we have more pride in our country than people from most any other country in the world. The problem is there are people in other countries that try to corrupt and pollute our way of life. We call these people terrorists, but recently we have found out that these people are really immigrants. This country was founded and populated through immigration. What kind of terror can some simple immigrants cause. That is a great question, but when I bring up the words Mafia, Terror attacks, and Drug Cartels people finally wake up and start to take notice....   [tags: Immigration ]
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The Conflict Between Israel and Palestine - ... The second step in ending this violent conflict in the Middle East is for Israel to lift their occupation and settlement on the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. If Palestinians and Israelis had settled for the terms outlined in the original United Nations partition plan in 1947, history might have taken a very different path. This plan would have split the land into two different states, an Arab state, and an Israeli state. Jerusalem and Bethlehem, for their religious significance to many cultures, would have become international regions....   [tags: gaza strip 2005, canaan] 1759 words
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Demolishing the Saudi Arabian Society - Jon Weinberg stated, in an article titled “Sword of Justice. Beheadings arise in Saudi Arabia”, that in 2007, the official number of executions in Saudi Arabia was 151. Saudi Arabia is located in the Middle East. It is in between the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea. Its northern borders are Jordan, Kuwait, and Iraq, with Yemen to its south, and Oman, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates to its east. Saudi Arabia is a complete monarchy meaning the king rules over everything. The current leader of Saudi Arabia is King Abdullah ibn Abdul Aziz Al Saud....   [tags: Capital Punishment, Gender Inequality]
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The Truth About Blood Diamonds - It’s hard to imagine that a mineral could be fueling wars and funding corrupt governments. This mineral can be smuggled undetected across countries in a coat pocket, then be sold for vast amounts of money. This mineral is used in power tools, parts of x-ray machines, and microchips but mostly jewelry. Once considered the ultimate symbol of love, the diamond has a darker story. "Blood" diamonds or "conflict" diamonds are those mined, polished, or traded in areas of the world where the rule of law does not exist....   [tags: Conflict Diamonds]
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The Debate Over Airport Security - Airport security Does the thought of going through airport security make you want to jump off a bridge. Some people may think that security in airports is either too strict, or it is not enforced enough. Airport security has certainly developed over time, both in terms of more technology, and in terms of increased security. It has had a lot of reasons to step up, both with terrorist attacks, and with other incidents, such as the way that explosive technology has evolved. The topic of airport security is a big debate: is it too strict or not strict enough....   [tags: federal aviation, x-ray machine]
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Opium Trade in China - Opium and Trade Opium as a topic of discussion can lead to many arguments either for or against the introduction of the drug into the Chinese society. Initially, these opinions began to circulate upon its initial presentation to the people of China in the late eighteenth century and late nineteenth century when its popularity and reputation were rather miniscule and mysterious. On one side, arguments favored its legalization and actually praised its distributors because of the positive impact, albeit temporarily, for the people of China in a hallucinogenic manner and the importers from other countries, that it had overall....   [tags: Chinese Government]
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Globalization and Human Trafficking - Trafficking in human beings is now the fastest-growing business of organized crime. Men, women and children are trafficked within their own countries and across international borders. More than one person is smuggled across a border every minute which is the equivalent to ten jumbo jets every single day. And the trade earns twice as much as the Coca Cola brand. (STOP THE TRAFFIK 2014) According to estimates, more than 700,000 people are trafficked every year for the purposes of sexual exploitation and forced labour....   [tags: Human Trafficking]
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