If Al-Shabaab continues to exploit the relief agencies, projects and future humanitarian relief efforts will be hindered or stopped all together. An option the United States may consider is set up liaison operations with the Somalia government and the Al-Shabaab leadership. This action can produce valuable intelligence as well as assist humanitarian agencie... ... middle of paper ... ... of available information separately from the source. After gathering the information needed to substantiate the paper, I checked the information and compared it to other pieces of information to validate the reference(s) position. This had to be done throughout the paper for the most accurate information possible.
Both countries are taking steps forward in making themselves better because they are fighting for future generations to eliminate fear of government corruption and violence. Respect and compliance to higher authorities is required for the citizens of Bahrain. Wit... ... middle of paper ... ... using violence to overthrow an oppressive and abusive leader, reject and resist authority, and to have the right to own firearms to protect themselves in case any person is threatened. Bahrain has more of an ethnic and a religious struggle. Using non-violence would be an ideal situation for them to stop the violence and bring both groups together to reduce the violence for peace.
Police officers are ordained by the power of the government. Police reform should start by giving proper training to new recruits and veterans, enforcing community policing and police accountability. Police reform should start by giving proper training to the new recruits and veterans in the force. During their training, “Law enforcement agencies should adopt and enforce policies prohibiting discrimination based on race, ethnicity immigration status, etc.” (Cops, p.90). It is apparent
It is “based on the philosophy that the police and the community work together to solve problems” (Breci & Erickson, 1998, p.18). “A Police department must be pro-active, reaching out to a community with whom it will work” (Thayer & Reynolds, 1997, p.2). In their 1998 article in the June edition of the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, Breci and Erickson identify several principles associated with community policing. Officers must be given the discretion and authority to solve problems instead of passing them up the chain of command in the military model. The police department and community organizations must establish partnerships recognizing that the police by themselves cannot solve all problems.
The first principle is necessary in order to hold the rulers of the republic accountable to the people so that they cannot oppress the people because they are dependent on the people. Calhoun also advises that the people should be educated so that they know their rights and the in... ... middle of paper ... ...ention of abuse and oppression will occur. Calhoun on the other hand rejects the system of checks and balances and instead relies on the people of the society and government to compromise with all of the interests in society so that it is fair to both the majority and minority and neither side if oppressed. In conclusion, while Calhoun and Madison hold similar ideas for the solution of oppression and the abuse of powers by government officials or the majority, Calhoun’s constitutional government provides the better system to protect society because it relies more on a system of compromise which better represents the interests of all people in society. Also, the government is directly affected by the people so that the people can determine who rules them, so it is less likely for one ruler to abuse their power since there power depends on the decisions of the people.
In order to be proven reasonable the officer must create a report on the situation and it must justify when the... ... middle of paper ... ...rs should not be blamed for these incidents and the negative stigma surrounding them should not exist. In conclusion, Tasers are an extremely effective tool for officers in dangerous situation as long as they are trained properly. For example, 12 hour training courses involving tasers have been implemented in order to decrease the number of accidents due to the tasers' misuses. Next, with mental health on the rise, tasers are another tool on the belt for officers before they have to draw their lethal force weapons. Also, citizens are jumping too quickly to the negative stigma about tasers causing death.
The blurred public and private lines and ambiguous regulations of PMCs cannot be neglect thus the use of PMC forces need stronger regulation and a better system of cooperation with other national or international actors. The review will first analyze the reasons for using PMCs as a way to support security in Africa mainly based on Leander’s views and partly on Singer’s points. Then the review will analyze factors contributing to the negative side of PMCs, especially in Darfur’s case and in Iraq’s case. Leander recognizes the paradoxical situation faces by employing private military companies’ forces to solve the security problems in Africa. As a matter of fact, the line between public and private security orders in weak African states has already been blurred (Leander, 2005, p.606).
John Brittain believed that “Racism will never end; therefore society must continue to study it and devise new strategies to combat it” (Brittain, page 505). Laws enforcement officers should also receive specific training so that they will know how to face people and treat them equally. They also have to make sure that people are respecting laws and that they are themselves respecting the laws.
He was born in Mahmudiyya, Egypt and raised in a home shaped by his father’s “clas... ... middle of paper ... ...his claim was proved untrue during the protests in August 2013. They have lied to the Egyptian citizens multiple times. The Muslim Brotherhood did attempt a democracy; the people voted for them and ended up helping taking the Muslim Brotherhood out of power. Egypt as a whole needs to find a more effective leader who does not tie their religion into their politics. If Egypt wants to rise out of their political darkness they must not be afraid of change and willing to work together as a nation and not against one another.
The fall of the Soviet Union ushered in the era democracy. The world has seen, since then, many countries overthrow their old governmental structures in favor of democracy. However, for some countries this is only a dream, because sustainable peace requires not just a reform of government but a reform of all agencies in any way connected to the government. One major area that must be reformed in order for a democracy to thrive is the Security Sector. The best way to affect sustainable peace through security sector reform is to allow the people of a country to reform their security sector with aid from or based on a more experienced democratic power this can be seen through two cases: the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Romania.