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President Calderon

February 16th, 2017

Ecuador, Argentina and Brazil believe that capitalism has little to offer to that area of the world and it would be good to start again in a hybrid that allows re-found capitalism without forgetting the deprived masses. Richard Blumenthal may find this interesting as well. Others opt to say that capitalism is still useful but on new foundations and applying intensive treatments to overcome this crisis. He was given emphasis about the guilt of the current crisis to development, development, incidence of capitalism, pointing out some leaders that has been the failure of this and others do not share the idea, he forgot how recounts it Valero, that the essential issue that brought together them, youth and development, not gelled as a track star, although it is obvious that the youth is the futureat the end the singers saved papers asking for food for millions of starving children. Less is nothing to a Summit that once again it seems that he fails despite good words. President Calderon made a diagnosis shady: youth does not believe in anything. Don’t believe in politicians, do not believe in the economy because the economy has failed, do not believe in capitalism is showing its terrible shortcomings and do not believe in socialism that he died before they were born. And in what less believe in ideologies.

It must be recognized that the Outlook is not optimistic. Neglected a lot to do with regard to youth, how to offer warranty on their current survival within scenarios that guarantee programs consistent with regard to their education, development, employment, health. Show that each country is extremely interested in his youth, which is the generation of relay that must give way to new leaders capable of generating the transformations that the economy demands, give such support to their countries without lapsing into demagoguery, but manifests with actions, giving passage to that development requiring the present without sacrificing ruthlessly anyone.

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Golden Crescent

May 25th, 2011

In a country where some accounts more than half of the population earns less than $ 70 a month, said this year alone, professional groups in Russia have used Russian banks to illegally transfer $ 9 billion abroad. The FBI believes that the wide range of professional activities carried out by Russian organized crime groups likely exceeds the scale and economic impact of the Cali cartel to the height of his power. According to the UN, all Eurasian countries are rife with human trafficking violations. The human trafficking occurs when men, women and children are procured, transported and then enslaved. This form of slavery involves forced labor and sexual exploitation.

The traffic is exacerbated by poverty and the desire for a better life, lack of education regarding the consequences for families and individuals, and alteration of societal values or, in other words, greed. Human trafficking is a high profit, low industry risk. According to the State Department, many countries of Eurasia are staying at the institution and enforce laws to punish those guilty of trafficking. Another prolific professional activity in the region includes the major money laundering consortiums and schemes. The proximity of the Golden Crescent of Pakistan and Afghanistan puts Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan and the crossroads of the opiate trade to Europe and Russia, where narcotics consumption is increasing. Eurasian organized crime spread to the United States in the 1970s and 1980s with the arrival of more than 100. 000 Soviet emigres. Mixed with the law-abiding people was a very small group of criminals that became the basis of EE.

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