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    1.) What are Naím's Five Wars of Globalization and why are they important to recognize?

    2.) Cox's article is called, "The Dark Side of Flowers." What is this oppressive side of the industry and who does it most affect?

    3.) Stephen Aguilar Millan's "The Globalization of Crime" presents many different sides to world crime. What are some of the ways that he and his team of futurist thinkers describe licit/illicit aspects of criminality? Take one case study in particular and analyze it with Aguilar Millan's thoughts as well as your own.

    4.) Maryann Cusimano Love talks about many areas of globalization and transnational criminality. Look at the section entitled, "Money Laundering." Why is this area so important in criminal organizations?

    5.) The Harvard University magazine dedicated to Organized Crime in Latin America has been posted. Go to the article entitled, "Organized Crime in Latin America" by Philip B. Heymann (2-4). According to Heymann, what are some of the enormous problems facing the U.S and Latin America? Why must they be more precisely met with better strategies, tactics and alliances?

    1.) What are Naím's Five Wars of Globalization and why are they important to recognize?

    2.) Cox's article is called, "The Dark Side of Flowers." What is this oppressive side of the industry and who does it most affect?

    3.) Stephen Aguilar Millan's "The Globalization of Crime" presents many different sides to world crime. What are some of the ways that he and his team of futurist thinkers describe licit/illicit aspects of criminality? Take one case study in particular and analyze it with Aguilar Millan's thoughts as well as your own.

    4.) Maryann Cusimano Love talks about many areas of globalization and transnational criminality. Look at the section entitled, "Money Laundering." Why is this area so important in criminal organizations?

    5.) The Harvard University magazine dedicated to Organized Crime in Latin America has been posted. Go to the article entitled, "Organized Crime in Latin America" by Philip B. Heymann (2-4). According to Heymann, what are some of the enormous problems facing the U.S and Latin America? Why must they be more precisely met with better strategies, tactics and alliances?

    1.) What are Naím's Five Wars of Globalization and why are they important to recognize?

    2.) Cox's article is called, "The Dark Side of Flowers." What is this oppressive side of the industry and who does it most affect?

    3.) Stephen Aguilar Millan's "The Globalization of Crime" presents many different sides to world crime. What are some of the ways that he and his team of futurist thinkers describe licit/illicit aspects of criminality? Take one case study in particular and analyze it with Aguilar Millan's thoughts as well as your own.

    4.) Maryann Cusimano Love talks about many areas of globalization and transnational criminality. Look at the section entitled, "Money Laundering." Why is this area so important in criminal organizations?

    5.) The Harvard University magazine dedicated to Organized Crime in Latin America has been posted. Go to the article entitled, "Organized Crime in Latin America" by Philip B. Heymann (2-4). According to Heymann, what are some of the enormous problems facing the U.S and Latin America? Why must they be more precisely met with better strategies, tactics and alliances?

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    Niam's five wars on Globalization are the war on drugs, the war on arms trafficking, war on intellectual property, war on alien smuggling, and war on money laundering. These are important because the resources such as financial clout, human resource, institutional support, and technological tools deployed by the combatants have become very large. The world's governments are fighting a relatively new phenomenon with inadequate laws, inefficient bureaucracy, out dated methods, and weak strategies. They are important to recognize because the criminals are agile, do not belong to any state, and have resourceful networks. The decentralized networks move freely, quickly, and steadily across borders. Huge financial gains motivate those who run illegal international drug trade, arms trade, intellectual property violations (piracy), trafficking people, and money laundering. These wars are important because the governments fighting it seem to be losing.

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    In the "The Dark Side of Flowers.", the oppressive side of the industry is the manner in which workers are exploited. The people of Columbia are most affected by the Dark Side of Flowers. The workers are paid very low wages at 58 cents an hour, they work long hours, up to 60 hours a week, they are not paid overtime, and are exposed to several health hazards. They are exposed to pesticides that are applied several times a week to produce pest free flowers. The ...

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