Up For Debate provides eight policy recommendations for US Foreign Policy towards the Greater Horn of Africa in the areas of economic development, human rights protection and public health. What is unique about this volume is that all the authors are college students who debated this topic during the 2007 academic year. Ranging from issues of wildlife trafficking, malaria, food aid and economic subsidies, each chapter presents the reader with the pressing problems facing the Greater Horn of Africa, a realistic policy proposal, and reasons why that proposal has a propensity to solve the issue. This book will give you a rich understanding of the relationship between US policy and the Greater Horn of Africa informing you of the pressing problems and possible solutions the US can adopt to address the dire needs in the Greater Horn of Africa.of remote testing with minimal direct testing makes the process of landmine detection extremely efficient, while still allowing for an effective means of eradicating landmines from minefields. Rats vs. Dogs and Metal Detectors As part ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Up for Debate|
|Author||:||Danny Cantrell, Brandy Brickey|
|Publisher||:||Picket Fence Memories - 2009-01-01|