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    Drug Smuggling

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    Smuggling in the Asia-Pacific Region

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    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

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    “Smuggling and Trafficking “A real life Issue With today’s growing world, more and more people want to enter the United States because it’s the “Land of the Free” and opportunities are endless. Unfortunately, there have been an influx of people being smuggled or trafficked into the States illegally. This is a major issue occurring along our borders and major seaports. The government is working on effective ways to help stop this stampede of illegal immigrants from entering the country. This is

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    Smuggling is the illegal transportation of goods or people, such as out of building into a prison , or cross an international border in volation of applicable laws or other regulation. There are various way to smuggle. These include the participation in illegal trade, such as in the drug trade etc. Smuggling severly harms the economy of a country in multidimensional ways. “Smuggling was not just a cottage industry, but a national industry.” Jim Sinclair Smuggling is an activity which involves

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    Palestinian Smuggling Tunnels

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    faced so much controversy, yet very little improvement. , naturally, it has led to the Palestinian community finding new ways across the border in extraordinary ways, by building smuggling tunnels to combat the infuriating grasp of the Israeli’s and Egyptians, throughout this essay, it will be focusing on how the smuggling tunnels have helped Palestinians to an extent, overpower the Israeli restrictions. Active warfare between the Israel and neighbouring Arab states of Syria, Egypt and Jordan commenced

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    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

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    developed countries of Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe to Western Europe, Australia and North America (“People smuggling”). Combating the symptoms of this escalating problem seem to be the only recourse to counter this illegal migration; whereas the causes remains present and the growing need for smuggling is a result of those counter measures. Human smuggling is an individual’s crossing of a state’s international border without that state’s authorization and with the assistance of paid

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    The trafficking or smuggling of humans is not only a national problem, but a global problem as well. Unfortunately, human trafficking has failed to receive the attention it deserves – allowing it to thrive as a lucrative business nationally and internationally. Most importantly, it is thriving in neighborhoods and communities where residents are unaware of its existence. If the time is taken to inform residents about this problem locally and nationally, the community will become vigilant and

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