понедельник, 2 октября 2017 г.

ENGLISH

                                             International travel


Before going to travel make sure to check entry requirements with the consulate of the countries you plan to visit before you travel. You are responsible for bringing the correct documents for international travel. If you do not have the recuired documentation, you will not be allowed to board the plane and would be responsible for any resulting costs.
                                            
                               Internet

The internet is the biggest world-wide communication network of computers. It has millions of smaller domestic, academicbusiness, and  government networks, which together carry many different kinds of information. The term is sometimes abbreviated as "the net". The World Wide Web is one of its biggest services. It is used by a few billion people all over the world.


Racism

Racism is one of the most important social issues of the modern world. It has affected millions of people worldwide, and is one of the deepest social problems in history. The history of what we call racism which is the discrimination of other groups on the basis of their different descent begins in the Early Modern Period. This worldwide issue has caused countless problems so it is imperative they we analyze this in order to better understand it. We will look at the origins of racism, its history, and its decline in the present alongside remaining vestiges of racism in our society.

To begin our discussion we will look at the origins of racism. The word racism comes from the German word rassen which meant “breed”. The early European explorers and colonists in the Americas and elsewhere viewed different peoples as having a different descent, and attributed to this descent different properties. They viewed different races as being superior or inferior to one another largely based on their perception of how they related to themselves.
Terrorism
   Terrorism is an international problem in today's global community. Many nations are affected, whether directly or indirectly. Most nations oppose terrorism, while others condone or even support active, brutal terrorism and terrorist groups. 
             Terrorism is defined by the US State Department to contain four elements. The first is a threat of violence or an act of violence. Next is a political objective. Third is that violence and threat of violence is a direct attack on civilians making civilians a primary target. Lastly, it is perpetrated by a supporting a nation or nations of terrorism. 
             Two examples of terrorism and non terrorism are: the bombing of the US Embassy in Dar-Es-Salaam and the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. In the Dar-Es-Salaam bombing, it is believed that there is one sub national actor involved: Osama bin Laden. With Nagasaki and Hiroshima, the US State Department agreed to drop the bomb. This was a general agreement of the American government, a national actor. Though both fit three criteria for a terrorist attack, the US government's general decision to drop the bomb automatically makes it an act of war, not terrorism. 
             One of the goals of terrorism is to make the terrorist's views heard. This can be caused by a total media blitz that usually occurs after a terrorist attack. The media is an excellent window for the terrorists to shout their demands and views immediately after an attack. The US has a very strict policy concerning terrorism. Our country refuses to negotiate with terrorists or give in to any of their demands. We do all we can to bring terrorists to justice after they commit crimes. We aim to isolate terrorist sponsoring nations, such as Iraq, from the rest of the world and attempt to perform counter-terrorism. 

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