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    Introduction “All sovereign nations exercise authority over their borders to prevent prohibited items or merchandise from entering and to ensure compliance with applicable restrictions” (CBP 1999). The objective of border control is to facilitate the free flow of legitimate goods and people across borders while observing and enforcing the rules and regulations of both countries on either side of that border. This complicated endeavour involves numerous challenges for policy makers and governments which has often compelled states to negotiate in advance for certain concessions. Border complexities involve multifaceted trade agreements, government policies, economic considerations, and security concerns, while simultaneously ensuring the American…

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    I believe the United States border is in serious trouble. More and more illegal immigrants are sneaking past our so called “secure” borders. The U.S Border Control should be strengthened and laws can be put in effect to make america a safer place to live. American image and identity are being buried, due to our vast diversity. Most importantly immigrants are bringing illegal narcotics on to united states soil,with the fear of foreign terrorist from attacking our great nation. America is…

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    After reading this week’s issue brief on health and globalization, answer the following questions in an essay with a minimum of 500 words in length: If the movement of people, food, and manufactured goods can have such a negative impact on public health, should steps be taken to reduce these flows? What other options are there for lowering the spread of global diseases? Steps definitely are taken and have to be taken to reduce the flow of people, food and manufactured goods. Border controls…

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    The U.S.-Mexican border is the most dangerous area in the U.S. and in order to prevent the leak of drugs and crime we need funding for any form of border control. To prove that the border between Mexico and the U.S. is dangerous and in need of better support, I did some research. Since year 2010, there have been three thousand six hundred twenty-two shootings, stabbings, and deaths by torture. As a journalist in Ciudad Juarez, Julian Cardona has often heard and witnessed beheadings. Julian also…

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    horrid situations, due to either their own desperation, or as victims of circumstance and something much bigger than they are. Human smuggling and human trafficking are both illegal, but there are key differences. Human smuggling is the illicit movement of persons over international border. This is typically with the consent of those being illegally transported, and pay for the services. Human trafficking is a much more vile offense. Persons do not require to be moved over international border,…

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    Alienated Borderlands

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    Additionally, because borders have a distinct historical background, it eventually affects the social, economic, and political realities of the borderland and determines the interaction between the border people. As different interactions happened in the borderlands compare to the other regions in both countries, certain levels of interactions inevitably make distinctions as Martínez (6-9) briefly categorizes the borderlands into four groups, namely: 1. Alienated borderlands In this type of…

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    Modern borders are usually not a space that is reinforced by those on either side. More times than not, the stronger faction is the one who is fortifying and continuing to increase their authority over these borders. This is evident both in physical and societal borders that are encountered everyday. In the world of borders, when the stronger side becomes evident, they have essentially free reign to control this space. Control like this are projected in different situations such as national…

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    Guarding The Golden Door

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    Having been attacked on its own soil at Pearl Harbor in 1941, having concluded the World War in 1945, and having witnessed the aftermath of the holocaust, seemed very good reasons for America to add certain restrictions to its borders in reaction to threat. Immigration restrictions put in place just after WWII forced my grandfather and other family members to settle in Sutton, Canada, rather than in the U.S., thus influencing their identity and physically restricting the body from freedom of…

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    Disposability is a very selfish thing that our society welcomes warmly. Our society thinks that if you don 't have good looks, wealth, cool stuff, and other items or qualities that don 't matter in the end. We tend to think of people who are disposable are those that aren 't like us or like others in our community. Society greatly looks at immigrants as disposable people. Many think that this is so because many have come here illegally and haven 't gone through the processes to become legal.…

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    The border between The United States and Mexico has long been known as one of the most dangerous parts of the country. Dangerous drug cartels pushing people and drugs over the border, constantly are adapting and finding new ways to do so. This would pose a bigger threat if not for the United States border patrol agents who are on guard all hours of the day trying to prevent contraband from entering the country. Terry Kirkpatrick served in Nogales Arizona, and later Mexico. After receiving many…

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