Current Crimes and Criminal Issues

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Current Crimes and Criminal Issue
Hasaye S. Newton
CJA 394
October 6, 2015
Juan Campos

Current Crimes and Criminal Issue
Global crime are not as many as local or regional crimes, they range from illegal immigration, cybercrimes, terror, racism and terrorism.
The 'war on terror' in the aftermath of the attacks of Sep. 11, 2001 has undermined human rights globally, according to activists and experts who when the UN conference in Paris.
'Immediately after Sep. 11 2001 there was dramatic change in government policies in regard to terrorism, suspected terrorism, and the monitoring of citizens, with the underlying believe that human rights norms as established in conventions and treaties no longer apply,' Joanne Mariner, director of the terrorism and counter-terrorism program at Human Rights Watch said at the conference in Paris last week.
The trend has worsened over the last seven years, according to Mariner,
Some 2,000 human rights experts and activists have attended the annual United Nations Department of Public Information Non-Governmental Organizations Conference.
The UN DPI/NGO conference on 'Reaffirming Human Rights for all: The Universal Declaration at 60' was held at the headquarters of the Unites Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). The conference this year commemorated the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in Paris in December 1948.
During the war on terror, however, the United States has not been fully as inclusive as it was in its war against communism. Aside from those in the "coalition of the willing," even most European countries have distanced themselves from Washington.
When it came to fight the war on terror in Iraq, The United States never realize, moreover, the depth of the fault lines in Iraqi society between Kurds and Arabs, Sunnis and Shiites, and the…...

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