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    Bad Samaritans Summary

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    competition in other countries that would drive younger businesses out of the market. This is diametrically opposed to Friedman’s position that countries must prepare their workers and businesses to compete within the rapidly evolving phenomenon of globalism. Chang holds up his own country of South Korea as an example, which was once a very poor economy that lacked any real presence in the global markets, but as a result of a highly protectionist approach and state intervention, developed into…

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    The World Is Flat Summary

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    Globalization is the description given to the linkage between countries around the world and how they’re becoming more connected economically and culturally. Globalization causes competition between companies within a country and international competition. Thomas L. Friedman, the author of, “The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century,” comes up with an analysis of modern-day globalization. The title, is more specifically a metaphor which Friedman came up with, after hearing…

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    Ethics Of Refugees

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    This collective duty that world leaders realize should be implemented into worldwide refugee resettlement in countries whose current infrastructure can support them. Singer’s example of the Bengali refugees corresponds directly to the threat that the Syrian refugees pose to the greater good, or level of happiness within our global society. It’s important to note…

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    different countries aiming to make progress in different aspects including politically, economically as well as several other aspects. When a spotlight is thrown on Australia’s relationships with other countries, many often underestimate Australia’s relationship with Canada. It is one of Australia’s most valuable allies. Ever since the 19th century, both countries have been cooperating with one another and that led to having a great history between the two countries. Furthermore, both countries…

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    Health inequalities plague the world greatly. Many countries in the Global North have a universal healthcare system of which includes low cost or even free female contraception. Birth control can be quite effective in limiting pregnancy and treating many disorders, but is it also can be a financial burden because of its high price (Sriram). Even so, most women who live in developed countries desire to use contraception, more specifically in the United States, where “99% of teenagers and women…

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    Containment In Healthcare

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    cost is much higher than other developed countries such as Sweden and the United Kingdom. In 2011, the U.S spent “$8,233” on health care per person, which is “two-and-a-half times” more than most developed countries in the world (Kana). However, despite the high expenditure on health care, the U.S does not have the best health care system and deliveries lower quality of care compared to other developed countries. In a study, the U.S was compared to ten developed countries, and the “U.S stands…

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    Therefore, the United States should not be compared to nor should it follow the example of these countries. One source even claims that because there was a mass shooting in Germany, a country with strict gun control policies, its laws have proved useless. (10 Arguments against Gun Control). However, it is illogical to assume that laws are intended to stop all instances of crime. Laws against…

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    (Merriam Webster). 1.3 million children aged 5-17 in Bangladesh are engaged in hazardous labour. Children and adults alike are given no choice but to work in unethical factories creating clothing for large international corporations. Developing countries such as India, Bangladesh and China are found with countless amounts of sweatshops. Sweatshops are unjust and unethical because of the unsafe and uncomfortable work conditions, long hours with low wages and the use of child labour. Workers are…

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    Nations Population Division, 83 out of 195 countries, 196 including Taiwan, representing almost half of the world’s population, are conforming into this major demographic trend of being below the fertility replacement level since the last midcentury (Chamie, Opinion para. 1). Among these countries, including all European countries, a few North American countries, and some Asian countries, is “The Land of the Morning Calm,” South Korea. In order for a country to reach the replacement level and…

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    Neoliberal Capitalism The pervasive nature of neoliberal capitalism, as the primary ideology of success upheld among increasingly-globalized Western countries, has led to the widespread adoption of certain cultural conventions that influence interactions with populations perceived as inferior in some manner. These cultural beliefs and practices include the judgement of neoliberalism and Western culture as the quintessential model, the idealization of specific personality traits, and the…

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