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Argentine Debt Crisis

Introduction The economic crisis is the imbalance between supply and demand for goods and services, which causes a depression in the country’s economic system. The Argentine economic crisis has appeared as the phase of an economic cycle and the form of resolution of the contradictions that have accumulated in the previous period. The crisis of […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
Comfort Women in South Korea
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Comfort Women in South Korea

The notion of comfort woman refers to thousands of females who have suffered from sexual abuse in comfort stations during World War II. Being forced into servitude by the Imperial Japanese Army, a significant number of girls and young women have been recruited as prostitutes throughout Asia. In fact, around 200,000 women of different origin […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
The History of Police Patrol
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The History of Police Patrol

Introduction Police officers have a duty to secure and protect the community. There are various ways, in which they fulfill this mandate, and one of them is carrying out patrols. Patrols can take many forms, including bicycle, foot, and horse patrols among others. During the patrols, police officers interact with the community members to understand […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
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Sr Richard Branson

Introduction Richard Branson was born in 1950 at a Stowe in the United Kingdom and his first venture in business was a business term paper, which he wrote at the age of 16 years. He suffered from dyslectic hence performing poorly in school and therefore, dropped to start a business (Goldsworthy, 2012). His business career […] Read more >>

20.02.2019
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Socrates

Socrates came from a poor family. His father was a sculptor, and his mother was a midwife. His first public performances were conducted during the era of Pericles, before the beginning of the Peloponnesian War. Socrates was the first Athenian philosopher. As the citizen of Athens, he took part in the Peloponnesian War. However, it […] Read more >>

19.02.2019
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The Effectiveness of Death Penalty

The degree of civilization of a society is always determined by the attitude to women, children and the elderly. Perhaps, in this test on civility, not the least important item is an attitude towards the death penalty. On the road to civilization, mankind has gradually got rid of the barbarian cruel habits. This is the […] Read more >>

19.02.2019
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The Mexican War

Between 1846 and 1848, one of the wars that shaped the history of the US took place. The United States and Mexico engaged in the war that has colored the History books as one of the fiercest of the time. The Mexican war was much castigated at the time, and one of the most vehement […] Read more >>

19.02.2019
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Combining Nurse Leading with Advocacy

Nurse Managers play a crucial role in health care provision and are called upon to constantly be at their best. They lead teams of people who are at the core of health care – nurses. Thus, effective evaluation of the success of a nurse manager is essential (Finkelman, 2006). In this paper, I have evaluated […] Read more >>

19.02.2019
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Mental Health Issues in Counseling

Abstract Mental health issues that call for counselors’ attention are complex and dynamic. In order to attend to these issues efficiently, mental health professionals need to stay abreast with the information that directly impacts their profession. Process addiction is one of the fields that are increasingly becoming complex to handle. However, since its effect is […] Read more >>

14.02.2019
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International Court

QUESTION 1: LAND LAW The core objective of the present research is to provide a comprehensive answer to the question of whether a Court is likely or unlikely to uphold the claim of each ‘licensee’ to be a tenant and why. In order to answer the above-captioned research question, each licensee’s case must be scrutinized. […] Read more >>

13.02.2019