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Sino-African Relations

Nicknamed the “Mother Continent”, Africa continues to provide human and natural resources to the modern industrial world. During the colonial period, the continent’s human and material resources were exploited by many powers. China and Africa have remained engaged in various mutual relations for long. Even during the colonial period, China sided with the African countries in their struggle for freedom. However, after the globalization and subsequent to China’s policy to be influential in this arena, the economic strategy and mutual alliances in trade diplomacy sharing market have caused the mutual relations grow significantly. China intends not only to access the vast markets Africa offers but also to use the natural sources of the continent to meet its Read More

Romantic and Victorian Era

Willian Blake and Elizabeth Barret Browning are both prominent poets whose works have had a major influence on countless artists and writers. As a 19th century writer, William Blake was regarded a highly influential writer of the Romantic era. Blake was a radical and nonconformist thinker who asserted that ideal forms should be constructed from inner visions as opposed to the construction of ideal forms from the observations of nature. Although Blake wanted his poems to be read and understood by ordinary people, he did not want to sacrifice his vision for popularity (Bentley18). It is worth noting that Blake was largely unappreciated during his lifetime. This is different from the case of Browning who was highly recognized because of her great Read More

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Executive Summary

Benevolently, business exists with two main objectives of making profits and maximizing shareholders’ wealth. Importantly, the kind of the venture determines the kind of the revenue that is accrued by an organization. Over the last decade, technological advancement has necessitated business operation where transaction has been made easy and convenient. Comparably, in the traditional business arena, operations used to be manually instigated such that time wastage was essentially common. This basically translates to mean one of the main advantages of Read More

Police Brutality Against African Americans

Police brutality against African Americans is a serious societal problem that affects many states across the US. It implies the use of unauthorized, illegal, unfair, unnecessary, and otherwise unwarranted violence or brutality by police officers against civilians, regardless if they are breaking the law or not. The issue has gained special prominence in recent years thanks to the numerous killings of young black people that have been perpetrated by police officers. The issue has gone so far that it has spurred various movements, such as the now infamous ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement. One of the main criticisms against the police forces across America has been that they unfairly discriminate against people of color, while being generally more lenient Read More

New York Legislature and Georgia Legislature


It is worth mentioning that the American legislative system is divided into the federal and the state governments. The state governments are mandated with running the affairs of the respective state, including enacting laws and implementing them. Furthermore, these governments have legislative bodies whose role is to set legislations and make amendments to existing laws of the state. The paper analyzes the structures of the two legislative systems and discusses some similarities and differences between New York and Georgia. Notably, the states of New York and Read More

Homelessness in New York City

There are various ways to define homelessness. According to section 330(h)(5)(A) of the US Constitution, a homeless person is one who does not have housing (Coalition for the Homeless, 2015). As such, homelessness can be described living in places that only provide temporary residence to an individual or a group of people. In New York City, homelessness continues to be a persistent and a highly visible public issue. In 2013, the number of people who spent the night in city shelters hit levels that had not been seen since the Great Depression. Homeless families and children made up 78% of this population. Coincidentally, around 30% of all homeless people suffer from at least one mental condition, while 70% are involved in the use of drugs. By 2015, Read More

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