This paper discusses that the Iraq war is a sign of U.S. military aggression.
A discussion on how much control there should be on the members of the public who wish to own guns.
Examines the reasons behind the strengthening of ties between Britain and the U.S.A. in the war against terrorism post-911.
A study of the development of international terrorism and counter terrorism, both in general and specifically, since the events of September 11th, 2001.
A general overview of different aspects of abortion including definitions, history, case studies and ‘pro-choice’ and ‘pro life’ arguments.
A reflection of the harms of affirmative action and a proposed plan to fix the ills of reverse discrimination and go to the root of the problem.
Explores the truth behind the reasons given by the United States for declaring war on Iraq.
This paper discusses the Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act and asks if physician-assisted death is death with dignity or assisting in a crime.
Questions whether America’s war against terrorism should be considered a ‘just’ or ‘unjust’ war.
Argues that gun control will prevent the unnecessary death of children by gun accidents without harming the rights of lawful gun owners.