While the economic crisis has begun, the European General Bank caused tremendous high unemployment in Greece and Spain. Also the problem with the refugees in Syria checked the open-borders policy of EU. In 2014, the gains by the far right United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), made David Cameron, the conservative Prime Minister feel really worried. In order to reduce the anti-immigration voters in his party, David Cameron promised to British people a referendum on Brexit from EU in case that
This was all over the world. Different countries were left out of the Versailles treaty and this made them feel that they never received an equal share of the treaty. This fact led to self interest in countries proving that they were the top leaders (Kershaw, 2000. Germany and some parts of Europe preached and advocated for Nationalism and Fascism with the party building its empire on extreme nationalism. Fascism kept on promising people the restoration of their economy and this was one of the factors that popularized Hitler, Mussolini and many others as nationalists with the mind of their countries looking forward to see great improvement in their economy.
Trump has encouraged mainly his supporters to act out vocally and physically which is becoming increasingly concerning. A president is supposed to be a authoritative figure whom stops racism instead of spreading it. However, the president has far lower power than imagined. It is vital that the state intervene in situations like so to prevent such racism by implementing new laws that correspond with the every growing power of social media and advertisements. President Trump is utterly disliked by a huge number of people worldwide, there has also been a petition sign by thirty thousand Irish people voting against his visit to
Everyone have an opinion on this and many of them are probably very good opinions but I have seen new discussions rise from people and politicians after the new restriction and border security made by the Swedish and German government and let 's not forget about the terrorist attack in France. People do not want immigrant. We brits have slowly with the rest of the European nation turned more nationalistic towards immigration and yes, you must be correct that we cannot have more immigrants from the middle east into our nation,
The lost of power of the West let alone East was a great threat to the empire but the theme of the decline has been discussed and changed through a much bigger time frame from year 376. There have been many debates between historians on the actualization as to when everything started crumbling down but other than that, it can universally agreed that Rome’s fall as a great tragedy. The Roman Empire was considered as the most powerful when it came to their politics, culture, and military forces. It was one of the biggest empires in the world. Their life span and strength of their empire established a great impact all thanks to their language, rich culture, religion, architecture, philosophy, law and their forms of government.
Do you think the US has a problem with xenophobia? Many Americans today are pledged with xenophobia. According to Cambridge Dictionary, xenophobia is, “extreme dislike or fear of foreigners, their customs, their religions, etc.” (). Immigrants play a huge role in the American society; adding their cultures, skills, expertise and talents, making it what it is today. America is said to have a melting pot of cultures brought together from different nationalities obtained from different individuals from across the world.
Introduction Democracy is the symbol of fairness which should reduce inequality, because in democracies one has elections. During these elections, voters can simply support the politicians who stand for redistribution when the level of inequality is too high. However, much research showed that during the past two generations, the economic inequality is still rising rapidly in the United States and many other countries which also have advanced democracies, following the increase of democracy. (Bonica, McCarty, Poole, & Rosenthal, 2013) In Adam’s article, there are five reasons that lead to the increase of inequality. First, Ideological Shift and Greater Polarization on both Republicans and Democrats.
Below is a graph of Spain’s unemployment rates, which has clearly taken a roller coaster of ups and downs in the past 18 years. The deflation rate, like most statistics of Spain’s economy, can be almost split up in pre and post real estate bubble pop in 2008. As shown, pre 2008 market crash Spain’s unemployment rate started much higher in comparison to the United States shown in the graph in addition to Spain. Spain was making steady progress in reducing the unemployment rates and got it down to almost 7.5%, but come 2007 / 2008 it begin to go right back up quickly exceeding the previous highs. Although, it is fascinating the ways in which Spain has always had well above average unemployment rates, while also being able to be one of the largest economies in the world at the same time.
Italy’s rigid labour laws often stand in direct opposition to the natural progression of the complex system related to the labour market, which need constant adaptation to economic changes and transformation in social norms with the consequence that both firms and the workforce are damaged (Melchiorre & Rocca 2013). High taxes on labour discourage employment: the Italy’s tax wedge, according to Eurostat, is the fourth largest in the Eurozone and the highest referring to its implicit tax rate on labour. In addition, Italy’s service sector is heavily cartelized: the amount of regulation in the professional service sector has remained the highest during the years (OECD 2012): this erects barriers to new competition and increases the levels of bureaucracy. Among the several examples, taxis and pharmacists can be cited as one of the most protected
Progression has been a defining feature of humanity through its evolution, it has continued to be a much discussed topic in academic, political and economic fields. Over the past seventy years the attention has turned to states that are regarded as third world, where the economic and standards of living is considered to be lower than developed nations such as Australia and Great Britain and how to encourage development within their systems (Evans & Thomas 2013). During the Cold War era from 1947 - 1989, two prominent ideologies were clashing in the form of two world powers, USA with liberalism and USSR with socialism; the campaign against socialism by the USA included pushing the heavily liberal modernisation theory as the superior instigator