Month: December 2013

Sri Lankan Government and LTTE in the hand of civil war

Introduction The United Nations has identified terrorism as a threat to good governance, the international order and the stability of all states. It is now a global problem and needs a global solution. For the past three decades, Sri Lanka and its people have suffered the curse of terrorism at the hands of one of […]

Causes Of Child Mortality

Introduction “Today children are future leaders” Dr. Abdul Kalam In this entire world, we got many resources all around us. But I strongly believe that children are priceless resources and gifts from God, and obviously they are the one who going to lead this universe in the future. According to The United Nations Convention on the Rights […]

Political unrest in Bangladesh? is the current government responsible or not?

Introduction and thesis statement: Bangladesh, known is a peaceful country whole over the world. We got our independence on 1971 in December from Pakistan. After got our independence we were trying to make our country peace and self-dependent. But now a days when we focus on our country we can see the situation of Bangladesh […]

Increasing Nuclear Weapon

1.1  Introduction In a time of antagonistic situation between the European powers, a deadly weapon was introduced into the world without the knowledge of its damage. The production of this deadly weapon was partaken in its invention by many scientists. The invention of this deadly weapon was started in the beginning of the 20th century. […]

Democracy Versus Dictatorship

Introduction Democracy was abducted from the Greek word Democratia. Many people have come up with different credible definitions for democracy. Below is an example. Abraham Lincoln defined democracy as the rule of the people by the people and for the people. Simply put democracy is when power is in the hands of the citizens of […]

THE WAR AGAINST TERROR: A WAR AGAINST HUMANITY.

1.0       INTRODUCTION The Oxford dictionary defines terror as the extreme fear created as a result of violent acts by others (New Oxford English Dictionary, 2009). However, the term ‘war on terror’ is a military campaign against terrorism. At the turn of the millennium, the United States government alongside its allies started the Global War on […]

The protection of Human Rights is uncertain in developing countries

Introduction The statement human rights carry an enlarge meaning of humans desires. As a human everyone has the right to life, liberty, security of person and also the safety of physical ,social, political, emotional, occupational, educational without distinction of any race, color, sex, language, religion, political, national or social origin. This is the responsibility of […]

Reducing Unemployment in Indonesia

Introduction Reducing unemployment in Indonesia is a controversial subject, not only because there are many different moral dilemmas associated with it, but also its constitution and the definition of its unemployment. At the extreme ends of stress because many of them lost their job opportunity and get stress because does not know how to deal […]

THE GLOBALIZATION OF ‘’SOFT POWER’’ TO DEPLITE THE PROLIFERATION OF NUCLEAR WEAPON IN THE WORLD WARS

INTRODUCTION When the underprivileged, old and weak individuals around the world fine themselves defend less in the war and conflict territories, the rich and powerful figures are rather resting their shoulders in their comfort zone with maximum security services. The critical question that triggers us is ‘’when will this tragedy end’’?   The devotion and loyalty […]

The effect of climate change in a globalized world

INTRODUCTION Climate change is a long-term change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns over periods of time that range from decades to millions of years. It may be a change in the average weather conditions or a change in the distribution of weather events with respect to an average, for example, greater or fewer […]