Preserve and Protect

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  • How Does Holden Preserve The Innocence Of The Catcher In The Rye

    Mesmerized by the internal need to preserve the innocence in the world around him, Holden ventures off on a life-changing journey to grasp the unattainable, the need to prevent children from maturing. With the unfortunate past events in his life guiding the way, Holden embarks on a mission to prove to the world that he can make his inflated dream a reality by protecting the youth from the impurities of adulthood. Being the catcher in the rye is more than just a job that Holden wants; it is the occupation he needs in his life to play his part. The heroic deeds Holden implicates into his voyage throughout the novel proves his valor, but he is stricken by an incognizant mentality, steering him away from his objective, and down the treacherous…

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  • Summary: The Adirondack Forest Preservation Act

    Due to this realization, the Forest Preserve Act was passed in 1882 which legislated that logging would be banned on all state-owned land. In 1892, a bill establishing the Adirondack Forest Preserve as a state park passed the legislature, indicated by a blue line that encompassed the parts of the region where state acquisition of private in-holdings was to be concentrated. A new covenant to protect the Forest Preserve was included in the new Constitution in 1895. The Adirondack Forest Preserve…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of International Intervention

    generally divided into two groups of observers. The realists believe that when it comes to defend their self-interest and it should not hesitate to take up arms against another state in self-defense. On the other hand, Intervention is a verified form of a more generous attempt to bring peace and save innocent people. Intervention has hardly been accepted by global community and advocates of those interventions are limited. In the cases of states which were not able to protect their citizens and…

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  • The Importance Of Human Rights Protection

    Introduction The responsibility to protect human rights has seen extensive and exhaustive debate throughout history. Since the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648, the tension between state sovereignty and international intervention in pursuit of human rights protection has been contested. Over three centuries later, and the United Nations Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine has codified human rights protection in a global political commitment of the highest order. Following the international…

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  • Humanitarian Intervention In Libya

    This contrast displays a clear trepidation that was unseen several years before when it came to Libyan intervention and this is largely indicative of the opposition that quickly grew out of the Libyan Crisis and NATO’s intervention into it. The degree to which this public opinion shift can be attributed directly to Libya is debatable, but it is almost certainly a factor considering its proximity and similarities. Responsibility to Protect and Legitimisation of Intervention The concept of…

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  • Humanitarian Intervention In Kosovo

    Of course if it was not obligatory, some atrocities would go unstopped – in cases when states do not have geopolitical or economic interests at stake, perhaps. But states would intervene sometimes, and would be able to do so legally. I think the codification of a series of qualifications allowing for humanitarian intervention would both limit the spurious uses of the doctrine and would allow the real uses of humanitarian intervention to occur legally. (d) what is the “responsibility to…

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  • R2p Essay

    Purpose. To recommend the UN Secretary-General promote and create stronger engagement with BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) on ensuring a sustainable future for the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine. Background. Since its inception in 2001 and international acceptance in 2005, R2P has increasingly been derided by many as a Western-centric, Occidentalist doctrine ill-suited to the realities of the developing world. Critics sensed colonialist undertones and worried about…

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  • Denali National Park Essay

    Denali National Park is best known for its highest peak, Denali, or “the high one”, that reaches 20,320 feet tall. Each summer, tourists flock to the park, jump on tour buses, and cruise along the roads in guided tours to sightsee. Each year, more than 400,000 people visit the park to hike, catch a glimpse of the highest peak, see animals, and much more. In 1917, after many efforts, many headed by naturalist Charles Sheldon, Denali National Park was created. The park holds many wonders, like the…

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  • The Importance Of Sustainable Energy

    The world weather as you know it is becoming unstable. The winters lasting longer than they should, summers being extremely hot, odd weather patterns these are all because the ozone layer is disappearing from us using fossil fuels as power sources. There are ways to preserve the part of the ozone layer we have left and that is to use sustainable energy sources. There are many ways of sustainable energy: solar, thermal, wave, water, and more. Some of the sustainable energies produce greenhouse…

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  • Persuasive Essay About Recycling

    God made man and his people to be stewards of the earth. When God left the earth, he left his people to protect the earth and work the earth. God’s people have a responsibility to keep the earth in good shape for the future generations coming up, and they can do by using several different methods. Recycling is a way Christians can help preserve and restore the environment. Christians are honoring God by following the responsibilities he has given to them. Recycling helps decrease the amount of…

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