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For economic reasons and hatred form against certain groups. This has also become a gateway for the major powers to interfere in the internal affairs of States for humanitarian reasons. Indeed, States have no friends but interests to defend, they say. The fact that the United States are little concerned about the humanitarian situation in Darfur crisis justify the United States imperialism has rarely been a humanitarian concern. Though the Americans are using the real tragedy in the Darfur province for their own economic interests and politics.
The polluter pays principle is an environmental law that was passed to make the party responsible for generating the pollution responsible for paying for the damage done to the environment (Gaines, 1991). The polluter pays principle fundamentally means that polluters should pay for pollution prevention and control procedures as well as for the environmental damage they cause and that the government should not promote pollution (Woerdman et al., 2008). The polluter pays principle was adopted as an improvement over the absolute liability principle because most industrial factory owners did not recognise an improvement in environmental conditions to be in their interest so they needed more incentive than just their social responsibilities (Trehan
Statesman.” South African History Online, Omar Gadsha, 28 June 2011, www.sahistory.org.za. Accessed 31 Jan.2018 Wines, Micheal. " When Africa broke free: many of the continent's successes And struggles today can be traced to one momentous year, when 17 African Nations gained independence from European colonial rule. " New York Times Upfront, 20 Apr.2015, pt 18. Student Resources in context,
The African mainland has become very synonymous with these three words; war, yearning and enduring. Between the 1870s and 1900, Africa confronted European radical animosity, discretionary weights, military attacks, and consequent success and colonization. In the meantime, African social orders set up different types of resistance against the endeavor to colonize their nations and force remote command. By the mid twentieth century, be that as it may, quite a bit of Africa, with the exception of Ethiopia and Liberia, had been colonized by European powers. The European settler push into Africa was persuaded by three principle variables, monetary, political, and social.
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