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    and abroad. (Desmet, et. al., 2016) Though we can never create a perfect world where no person is suffering we should weigh the opportunity costs of different courses of action and choose the most advantageous one available. Economic prosperity for all should be our goal. Economic prosperity while leading to higher level problems reduces the pull of needs lower on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs such as food, housing, and safety. According to the European Commission: “Economic stability and low inflation create the necessary conditions for sustainable long-term growth, which benefits [both the world and the individual countries] and their citizens.” (2014) Greater economic stability leads to a more stable government, through sounder and more stable finances and budgeting. More cohesion in the populous who does not need to compete for subsistence, but rather is free to pursue higher needs. And economic stability provides greater resistance to external shocks such as natural disasters. (EU Commission, 2014) On the whole, the evidence shows globalization to be more positive than negative. Here in the US, we need to reconcile the benefits and shortcomings of globalization into an action plan for the future. How can we do this? We will have to answer that question one step at a time, but the first step is to agree on what the real problems are.…

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    A central theme in EU law is neutrality vis-à-vis questions of ownership, and consequently by its Article 345 of the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), it refrains from subjecting member states to a duty to privatise. Both public and private market participants have been subject to equal legislative requirements, including rules relating to competition. The existence of a system of European state aid control exists to ensure that market competition is not distorted by the…

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    By the end of 2017 there could as many as 3 million refugees living throughout Europe (Calamur). This is an enormous change for the population, especially for states taking in larger number of refugees or states with already low populations. To help illustrate, as of September, the Syrian refugees represent 0.11% of the European population while they represent 25% of the Lebanon population (Bajenkal). There are both benefits and costs to an increased population. The benefits offer a large…

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    ” Subsequently, on 25 January 2012, The European Commission presented the proposal for a new regulation on data protection: the article 17 of such proposal is what we came to call “right to be forgotten”. The right to be forgotten is expressed in such article within the European Commission draft as “the right to obtain from the data controller the erasure of personal data relating to them and the abstention from further dissemination of such data, and to obtain from third parties the erasure of…

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    The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is a free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union and is one of the largest free trade agreements ever (D’Erman, 2016). In this context, largest means that the size of Canada’s market combined with the size of the European Union single market is the largest (D’Erman, 2016). CETA was signed on October 30, 2016, by Prime Minister Trudeau, Donald Tuck, and Jean-Claude Juncker. With CETA now signed 90% to 95% is now active (Leblond,…

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    The money raised would be given to countries such as Greece, Germany and Italy who are currently housing a disproportionately high number of refugees. The European Union is the number one donor in the global efforts to alleviate the Syrian refugee crisis. Around 4 billion Euros have been mobilized by the European Commission and Member States in humanitarian, development, economic and stabilization assistance to Syrians in their country and to refugees and their host communities in neighbouring…

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    Annotated Bibliography Henna Awan Florida State College at Jacksonville HSC4730 Dr. James Stittsworth 10/11/2015 Roher, A. E., Cribbs, D. H., Kim, R. C., Maarouf, C. L., Whiteside, C. M., Kokjohn, T. A., et al. (2013). Bapineuzumab alters aβ composition: implications for the amyloid cascade hypothesis and anti-amyloid immunotherapy. PLoS ONE, 8(3), e59735. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0059735 The neurological changes related to Alzheimer's disease (AD) heavily support the amyloid cascade…

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    Q1. I will address this question by examining some relevant forces from the PESTEL model and Porters 5 Forces analyses (as shown in Appendix 1 and 2.). From a political standpoint, new CO2 rules are being put in place in Europe and the US to tax vehicles that don’t reach strict target efficiencies (1) (EV companies are exempt). California is also providing EV companies with ‘zero emission credits’. In contrast however, the recent drop in the global fuel price is making fossil fuel vehicles more…

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    Major proponents of interest group activity within the European Union claim that interest groups have a great potential of helping to diminish the (real or perceived) democratic deficit amongst the Union and its citizens (Eising 2008). The capacity of the interest groups to represent the will of the citizens is a positive quality of interest group activity that cannot be understated. As most citizens have a primary priority for tending to the details of their everyday lives, activities and…

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    A few minutes later, he decided to outbid the offer and ended up winning the bid. Following their agreement, GE would be exchanging their social capital shares for Honeywell’s representative shares. Honeywell’s common stocks would then cease to exist resulting in GE acquiring sole control of Honeywell. “General Electric 2000 Merger Sub Inc.” would have been the largest industrial merger between two American companies. Although it was cleared and endorsed by the Department Of Justice and many…

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