Research Paper On Food Security In India
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Homeland Security: Adequate Facility Security?
8 pages in length. The Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Agriculture have worked in tandem to uphold the stringent policies put forth so the United States food supply remains out of the reach of terrorist activity. While critics argue that years after the Homeland Security Act was implemented that grave vulnerabilities still remain to the nation's food source, a number of different strategies help to keep the original objective right on track. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Security in the Global Context
This 20 page paper is made up of a 15 slide PowerPoint presentation along with speaker notes examining what is meant by the globalization of security and how security has become a global issue. The presentation looks at what is meant by globalization, identifies different types of threat, including, but not limited to, war, terrorism, crime as well as energy and food security. The problems are defined and described along with some of the global responses to those problems. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
This 5 page paper looks at the trade that takes place between India and Asia, considering the trade levels, the increase and influences in trade such as reduction in trade tariffs and considers why India may be an attractive export destination for Australian goods and looks at potential barriers. The last part of the paper considers the viability of exporting beef from Australia to India. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Nuclear Testing, Pakistan, and India
A 5 page paper discussing the current issue of nuclear testing as it relates to India and Pakistan. It has been many years since any nuclear testing has been conducted in any part of the world and the recent tensions between India and Pakistan have apparently brought out the 'big guns.' On May 11, 1998 -- India tested three nuclear devices 328 feet underground in a remote desert and the tests go on from there. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Ind-paki.wps