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1) Fein, as quoted in Dahl (2011) saw the fusion centers as a major problem in that they engage law enforcement agents from around the US and share the domestic information, that may or may not lead to intelligence on terrorism. Dahl (2011) also mentions a study by RAND that notes that the US, during times of national security crisis curtails our civil liberties in favor of national security. I want you to consider which is more important, the rights of our citizens or the protection of the nation

2) What methods may work to better prevent money laundering in the future?

2a) What are some of the problems that law enforcement faces to detect money laundering?

2b) Why is the internet being utilized by criminal organizations to launder money and it becoming a significant threat?

3) What are the connection between globalization and child labor? Give examples.

3a) Does Globalization Create a ‘Level Playing Field’?

3b) What effect is globalization having on climate change?


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Fein, as quoted in Dahl (2011) saw the fusion centers as a major problem in that they

engage law enforcement agents from around the US and share the domestic information,
that may or may not lead to intelligence on terrorism. Dahl (2011) also mentions a study by
RAND that notes that the US, during times of national security crisis curtails our civil
liberties in favor of national security. I want you to consider which is more important, the
rights of our citizens or the protection of the nation.
While both national security and rights of citizens are important, one of them can be preferred over
the other if a sacrifice is needed. Thus, national protection is more preferable. The rights of citizens
are based on the idea of improving upon the element of perpetuity. They were meant to instill
dignity for citizens. However, national protection is preferable in that it ensures that they remain
safe. Maintaining the security of citizens means that they will survive for long and, therefore, get
to enjoy some other rights (Chesney & Citron, 2018). Curtailing the actions of the government in
trying to protect its citizens because of their civil rights only means that they will not be available
to enjoy the said rights. In...


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