How effective has ICAO been as a dispute settlement body? What role does ICAO have under its charter to resolve disputes between Member States?

How effective has ICAO been as a dispute settlement body? What role does ICAO have under its charter to resolve disputes between Member States?

 

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The General Agreement on Trade in Services does not apply to air services. If it did, what aspects of the current bilateral air services agreements would be contrary to GATS principles? Examine all three major types of agreements – predetermination, Bermuda 1 and “open skies” models in your answer.

The General Agreement on Trade in Services does not apply to air services. If it did, what aspects of the current bilateral air services agreements would be contrary to GATS principles? Examine all three major types of agreements – predetermination, Bermuda 1 and “open skies” models in your answer.

 

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Examine the evolution of Saudi Arabia’s policy and practice on bilateral air services agreements. What changes would need to be made to your agreements for them to be "open skies" agreements? How important is the continuing existence of a national carrier to Saudi policy?

Examine the evolution of Saudi Arabia’s policy and practice on bilateral air services agreements. What changes would need to be made to your agreements for them to be “open skies” agreements? How important is the continuing existence of a national carrier to Saudi policy?

 

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Analysis of eBay Inc. for Investment

eBay Inc. is an online marketplace that specializes in creating a platform for buyers and sellers to interact. The company started in 1995 as an online auctioning company but developed into the world-marketplace. In 1998, the company was listed in NASDAQ as EBAY and its stocks started to trade. For an investor, eBay Inc. is an ideal company worth investing. This is because its operational foundations are right business wise. A CEO who is also the president leads the company. Financially, the company is performing well with its annual revenues rising gradually since it started its operations in 1995.
A recent report of the third quarter in 2011 financial year indicate that the company’s revenues are on the rise with its earnings per each diluted share growing by 20% to $0.48 in 2011 when compared with the same period in 2010. The net revenue also rose by 32% for the same period while the total assets grew by $ 2 billion. The company’s revenues accrue from transaction fees charged as products are exchanged and listed. eBay is highly innovative, has a global presence and a strong eBay® brand. Its strongest competitors are Google, Yahoo!, Amazon.com and Cragslist. The company’s strengths include strong acquisition power, strong finances and ability to innovate. eBay Inc. however has been sued severally for allowing the parading of counterfeit goods in its site.

 

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Evaluate a printed or electronic advertisement in an effort to encourage the student to become a more critical consumer.

  • Is the use of this product supported by scientific evidence? If so, are there any conflicting results among various studies? Do the subjects’ age, health condition; fitness level, etc. match those for whom the ad is directed? Were there limitations and/or flaws in these studies? Describe the studies, as appropriate, to defend your statements and give evidence for or against the claims made in the ad.
  • What, if any, contribution would the consumption of the product make to the nutrient intake, physique, or fitness level of the intended consumer?
  • Could some less expensive product be used to obtain the same results?
  • What hazards/adverse effects might be associated with the use of this product? Are there any conditions (e.g., medical, age-related) that would contraindicate the use of the product?
 

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Referencing at least two of the theories of motivation discussed “ chapter 15 from the management 11th edition, written by John R. Schemerhron “ , discuss at least two things you would do to increase employee engagement. Be sure that your recommendations illustrate your thorough understanding of the theories you reference. Include additional sources wherever necessary.

Referencing at least two of the theories of motivation discussed “ chapter 15 from the management 11th edition, written by John R. Schemerhron “ , discuss at least two things you would do to increase employee engagement. Be sure that your recommendations illustrate your thorough understanding of the theories you reference. Include additional sources wherever necessary.
 

 

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Case Study: Phan

You are a school social worker who has been working with Phan, a 15 year-old Vietnamese male. Phan’s teacher referred him to you because of his poor grades, poor attendance, and refusal to comply with the teacher’s requests. Phan was born in the United States. His mother is a Vietnamese immigrant and a widow. Phan’s father and older brother were killed in a car accident when Phan was 12.
When you first meet Phan, he is rather defiant and argumentative and makes it clear that he does not like or trust Americans. He says white students pick on him all the time because he is smaller and that they call him and are always trying to take advantage of him. There is a report of one beating in his school file. The other students were suspended for 3 days, but he tells you the harassment has continued off campus. He says the school “doesn’t really care and can’t do anything to help me.”
Phan’s mother barely speaks English and works long hours at three part-time jobs. He is often on his own. Phan is very protective of his mother and states he is always looking for ways to make extra money to help his family.
By the third session, you suspect that Phan is involved in trading sex for money. When you ask Phan, he tells you that he does not want to be poor like his mother. He tells you he isn’t making any money by attending classes. It enables him to be good money while taking advantage of “pathetic old American men who mistakenly think I’m gay.” He tells you it means nothing to him and sees it as sort of a “payback for school.” He also likes the “partying” the men provide-although he refuses to tell you exactly what that means. He says it’s the one part of his life where he feels in control.
Phan makes it very clear that he does not want his mother to know about how he makes extra money. When you mention his risk for HIV, he laughs and says he feels fine. If he ever gets AIDS or if his mother ever finds out about how he makes money, he says he would probably kill himself rather than dishonor her or have an illness become an additional burden for her.
When you review the case with your supervisor, her immediate response is for you to call child protective services and get Phan off the streets before he hurts himself or possibly someone else. Do you? Is that the appropriate moral outcome?

 

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How does oppression work in connection to prejudice and discrimination?

How does oppression work in connection to prejudice and discrimination?

 

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Term Paper: So, if the dominant group determines the norm, can it also blame the victim for his/her own abnormality?

Term Paper: So, if the dominant group determines the norm, can it also blame the victim for his/her own abnormality?
 

 

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A Review of the Book, “The Fiery Cross: The Ku Klux Klan in America’ by Wyn Craig Wade

Wyn Craig Wade is the author of the book entitled ‘The Fiery Cross: The Ku Klux Klan in America’. The book goes for $17.43, which I would regard as quite a fair price. Oxford University Press, USA, published this book in November 1998 and the book ranks its sales at 360,320. As I look at the author’s biography, I understand that Wyn Craig Wade is a historian and a psychologist and he is the best-selling author of such books as ‘The Titanic: End of a Dream’. Hence, I tend to believe that having a historian background and having embarked on writing previously, he has done a great work on this book.
In The Fiery Cross, the author, Wyn Craig Wade traces the Klan from its formation after the Civil War to its present and as well assesses the future role of Klan in America. Wade provides the reader with the history of the group that has undergone a number of renaissances and declines for the past hundred years. The book exhibits a political thesis. The author embarked on writing this book to bring to the limelight the remarkable things that were happening to the Ku Klax Klan. He was most concerned with the prosecution of the Klansmen who committed aristocracies. The story portrayed in the book is about political manipulation and intrigue, hypnotizing organizational and propaganda skills, absurdity and violence. The writer offers an exhaustive analysis of the Klan’s responses to Civil Rights Movement in America and concludes with an assessment of the Klan’s future.

 

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