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Pornography Penetrating the European Union

Pornography is a growing trend that is strongly correlated with the use and availability of the internet, increasing amounts of leisure time and increasingly blurred lines between pornographic material and mainstream culture. Pornography’s penetration into the European culture effects the EU’s economy, law, politics and culture; as well as it’s image. Ultimately, the consumption, content […]



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Oil or Islam: The UAE

Deane Banker COR-330-13 Professor Scudder 4/17/15 Oil or Islam: The UAE It was a fortunate day in 1958 when oil was discovered north of Abu Dhabi. This discovery marked the beginning of large industry for a small group of pearl traders. Then their lands located on the southern tip of Saudi Arabia were known as […]



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Oil or Islam: The UAE – An Abstract

Deane Banker COR-330-13 Professor Scudder 4/17/15 Oil or Islam: The UAE – An Abstract The primary argument that I attempted to make in my paper was the negative coorelation between oil and Islam in the UAE. I presented my argument through multiple aspects of the UAE: the history and Oil Industry of UAE, the recent […]



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A View from the Periphery: The Malaysian Judicial System

The Complexity of the Legal System in Malaysia      Certain characteristics distinguish Muslim societies located on the periphery of the Islam. These societies have had to adapt to their surroundings, typically in the midst of other religions, cultures, and traditions. Malaysia happens to be one of these territories located on the edge of the […]



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Rule of Law in China: Abstract

Will there be a just rule of law in China by the year 2020?   The Communist Republic of China has been criticized for its centralized power structure and the tactics used by its government to rule over Chinese citizens. Rule of law is critical in the pursuit of a just society. It demands explicit, […]



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