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    Naim (2005), he suggests that the asymmetrical relationship between the government and transnational crime groups create a struggle for the government to respond to these transnational crimes at a decent rate (Naim,2005). On the other side our reading in McMafia: A Journey Through the Global Criminal Underworld by Glenny (2009), suggest otherwise. Glenny (2009) suggests that of a relationship between transnational crime groups, the public, the government and this is a huge aspect to how the government

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    INTRODUCTION Tackling the War on Drugs (CD) and Combating Transnational Crime Organizations (TCO) is an important national security problem. While addressing this issue in a scholastic forum, I immersed myself into this problem set using the guidance of assuming the role of Colonel Tim Killian. Utilizing the provided case and the ADIA framework and course concepts, I reviewed and assessed the information presented. The goal of Joint Task Force North (JTFN) J-5 is to develop a “strategy for military

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    �PAGE � �PAGE �1� Running head: TRANSNATIONAL IT OPERATIONS TRANSNATIONAL IT OPERATIONS University of Phoenix CMGT/578 CIS Strategic Planning February 7, 2011 � TRANSNATIONAL IT OPERATIONS A transnational company is a corporation that is registered and operates in more than one country at the same time (West's Encyclopedia of American La., n.d.). A transnational corporation has its headquarters in one country and operates wholly or partially owned subsidiaries in one other, or many other

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    Transnational IT Operations Introduction Enterprises are having to quickly change their value chains and supporting subsystems, processes, platforms and procedures to more effectively support globalized operations. Despite the common assumption that globalization and transnational IT operations are undertaken for cost reduction, a more common motivation on the part of enterprises is to capitalize on the unique expertise and knowledge in a given country or region (Gill, 2011). From this vantage

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    This film focuses on him trying to find his daughter, who was kidnapped by human traffickers. His daughter, Kim, was taken in Paris, France by the human traffickers that were determined to make her into some type of sex slave. I will talk about transnational crime such as human trafficking in this film review paper. As I watched the movie I wondered: what was the actual chance of being kidnapped by human traffickers in a different country? I heard from people that if young white women go by themselves

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    Transnational Crime

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    The assigned reading thus far has been able to discuss and elaborate on the factors that are shaping transnational crime and its relations to national security. Four factors that can be considered is the fall of communism, failed governments, advancement in technology and finally economic liberalization. To begin with, the fall of communism lead to a breakdown of political and economic barriers in the world. With this sudden shift, people began to migrate between countries, deregulation of trade

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    Transnational Threats

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    Imagery Intelligences (IMINT), Measurement and Signature Intelligence (MASINT), and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) can supplement disasters even further. Due to the nature of transnational organizations, criminal and terrorist organizations, the quick and adaptive nature of these actors multiplies the complexity of transnational threats such as that of Boko Haram. Even though many of these non-state actors, criminal and terrorist organizations do not have the resources and monetary funding in order

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    Transnational Migration

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    Transnational migration has affected me locally, my father now works for a German company, and they bought the company he works for. It has been an adjustment for him and for us, there’s a lot of stress as the work culture changes at his company. In my case our local community has also changed, there are a lot of Germans that have relocated and there is now a blend of German speaking people in the community. We often frequent Oktoberfest at the neighbor’s house. For me it affected my school, with

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    Transnational adoption also provides adoptees with access to first-world medical care that is unavailable in their countries of origin, especially in their previously homeless or institutionalized state. Children institutionalized in impoverished countries are, undoubtedly, vulnerable to a variety of illnesses and diseases. Transnational adoption allows for these children to receive quality medical care from professional services. The Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, for example, has a “multidisciplinary

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    Transnational cultural resistance is similar to Leisy Abrego argument on Salvadorian Identity because of culture and power as being inclusive to borders and family dynamics being linked across various barriers. In relation to Abrego and Stephens argument about survival and resistance, the power of matriarchy in both these communities exemplifies the leadership of women as the driving leaders of revolutions. The construction of borders are mechanisms to not only divide communities, but also creates

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    Essay on Transnational Cinema

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    questioned in global screen due to the influences of transnational cinema and Diasporas in different places, this clip question further the possibilities in future transnational cinema. Through the emergence of cinema styles, all films are to be considered transnational. This essay will argue that transnational cinema could be emerging to a new level in the film industry. The clip provided with the essay explores the potential of transnational films with the context of films studied included in this

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    Transnational gangs are criminal groups that extend their illegal activities across national borders. Examples of transnational gangs include Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) and 18th Street Gang (Gray, 2009). They are dangerous to local communities where they carry out illegal activities, such as human trafficking, robbery, extortion, murder, rape, and drug dealing. With soaring revenues from transporting and selling cocaine and crack, the inter-gang violence and bloody territorial disputes have spread

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    Aspects of Transnational IT Operations The social, economic, and technological market places are incorporating information technology (IT) systems in many countries that support the activities of a business. Competition throughout several industries have brought about many new changes, but specifically, a growth of transnational opportunities. “A transnational business conducts operations in several countries with varying degrees of coordination and integration of strategy and operations” (Basu

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    The rise of the corporation follows the path of the rise of Western capitalist society. When industrial societies expanded, the birth of many corporations formed to consolidate power, market share and ultimately, profit. In the last century, the emergence of large multinational corporations (MNC)* has brought both benefits and numerous problems to our global society. The documentary film The Corporation has left an indelible mark on my perception on how globalization has affected poor countries.

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    Wai-Man Tang, titled “Effects of Transnational migration on drug use: An ethnographic study of Nepali female heroin users in Hong Kong”. Field research was the method used for data collection. The data collection was on the effects that transitional migration has on drug use, specifically on Nepali female heroin users in Hong Kong. The goal of Tang’s study was to take an ethnographic approach to see how female’s drug use in South Asia is affected by transnational migration and other complex variables

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    Terrorism and Transnational Crimes When a state expands dramatically, surrounding state logically question how this affects the human security and national security of own state. Historical evidence supports the assessment that Indonesia’s growth will not present a national security concern to Australia. Indonesia has never shown aggression towards Australia or attempted to influence in national affairs. Australia and Indonesia have, despite minor economic and political differences, always worked

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    Transnational Crime Essay

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    Transnational Crime Comparative Criminal Justice Systems Introduction: Transnational crime is a growing problem. Transnational crime is defined as “self-perpetuating associations of individuals who operate transnational for the purpose of obtaining power, influence, monetary and/or commercial gains, wholly or in part by illegal means, while protecting their activities through a pattern of corruption and/ or violence, or while protecting their illegal activities through a transnational structure

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    articles that parallel in the intrest of defining transnational cinema. First, the analysis will attempt to define transnational cinema. The second article will describe how artists use film to convey a deeper message. Finally, the last article will examine borders and border crossings in the movie Veer Zarra. Is there a difference between national cinemas vs. transnational cinemas? In the article from Higbee, W. and Lim, S. H., defines transnational cinema. In one perspective national cinema is “descriptions

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    assisted reproductive technologies. To further illustrate how access to reproductive technologies challenge traditional notions of kinship, I will be discussing the article by Pande, Amrita, “Transnational Commercial Surrogacy in India: Gifts for Global Sisters?” This article discusses the ethnography of transnational commercial surrogacy in India, and the new phenomenon of reproductive travel. The notion of surrogacy in India is that the surrogate is made to believe that she is providing a gift and

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    international influence or start operating on an international scale (Capital, 2013). Globalization has increased the production of goods and services, for instance the biggest companies are no longer national firms, but transnational corporations with subsidiaries in many countries. Transnational Corporations (TNCs) are companies with branches in many different countries worldwide. They have their headquarters in their country of origin, and many manufacture their products in LEDCs. Examples of TNCs include

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