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  • The Refugee Crisis

    “Where asylum is used as a route to economic migration, it can cause deep resentment in the host Community”-David Blunkett. In the past years there has been a Migrant Crisis going on due to the corruption in the middle east. Many Refugees are coming from war torn countries to more welcoming areas like the United States and the European Union. This however affects the citizens of said areas who do not want the refugees coming to their countries. It also affects the refugees themselves because the…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of British Car Manufacturing In Britain

    approximately 80% of all those automobiles were exported to the European Union (EU) and to other nations outside of Britain. Nowadays, the automotive industry in the United Kingdom is best known for its premium and sports car. The EU comprises 28 member states. There is free trade between these members of EU. It is believed that despite the size, wealth and political system all the member states have equal rights but in some areas majority voting takes place where larger states have more votes…

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  • Examples Of Cultural Differences In Health Care

    “The European American culture is a blended culture resulting from early immigrants in the United States, primarily Caucasians from Europe, who adapted to and adopted on another’s culture and, over time, have formed their own distinct, new cultures.” ( Purnell,214). The term European American is normally shortened to American. American culture are considered to be middle- class whites, others from out of the country believe that all Americans are rich, spoiled, drive fancy cars, and no poverty.…

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  • The Effects Of Brexit On Great Britain

    To better understand what Brexit is, one has to go back a few years to the formation of the European Committees. These committees were developed to allow for a single trade market and a standardization of systematic laws which would help bring prosperity and stability to the then non-united European region. Eventually, in the mid-1990’s, the European Committees developed into what is now known as the European Union which would eventually include 28-member states. The term Brexit refers to the…

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  • Small Power In International Politics

    In international politics, a country must meet a certain criteria in order to be viewed as a strong, important, and influential player. A nation’s economic power, military capacities, geographical size, and population are all factors that determine whether or not it will be viewed with strength or weakness. In the international arena, small nations are perceived as marginal players due to their inability to be influential and strong in multiple domains. Even though they are proven to be strong…

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  • Andrew Carnegie Immigration

    millions people immigrated to America fleeing religious, racial, and political persecution, or seeking relief from a lack of economic opportunity. Among these men and women, was Scottish immigrant Andrew Carnegie and his parents, Margaret and Will Carnegie. Economic, social, and political effects of immigration on America have caused controversy regarding ethnicity, economic benefits, and settlement patterns. These effects influenced the Carnegie’s journey to the United States as well as…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Frontex

    In 2004 the European Union first established a European Agency for the management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union ‘Frontex’ . Frontex was created by the Council regulation (EC) 2007/2004 and was adopted on 26 October 2004 and started its operation on 1 May 2005. It is recognised as the European Union border control agency. Frontex was established to facilitate measures relating to the management of EU member States external borders,…

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  • Reflection Of The Final Panel Discussion In The Caribbean

    International University. • Dr. Wendy Grenade, Lecturer in Political Science and Deputy Dean (Outreach) Faculty of Social Sciences University of West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados. • Dr. Joaquin Roy Jean, Monnet Chair “ad personam” Director, European Union Center of Excellence University of Miami. • Panel Discussion chaired by Dr. Markus Thiel, Politics & International Relations (FIU) Dr. Hintzen went first with his topic, “The EU, CARIFORUM, AND CELAC: the new multilateral alliance”. He…

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  • Immigration Crisis In Western Europe

    risk being deported once they reach their goal. With larger masses arriving each day, Western Europe faces the decision of integrating the immigrants into their countries or turning them away and blocking their borders. Both decisions have grand economic, social, and political implications in those countries. As the immigration crisis in Europe continues, countries with the chance to integrate immigrants into their societies must strive to do so. Throughout the Middle East, extremist Muslim…

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  • Illegal Immigration Sociology Essay

    Immigration can be defined as the (more or less) permanent movement of individuals or groups across symbolic or political boundaries into new residential areas and communities (Scott and Marshall, 2009). This generally means the transition of a person or a group from one society to another; this transition leads to the abandonment of the former social environments of living and active participation and the installation to a new one (National Center for Social Research [EKKE], 2005, p.67). In…

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