Human Trafficking and International Relations Analytical Essay by Top Papers
Human Trafficking and International Relations
An exploration of the international problem of human trafficking and the international response to it.
# 129709 | 5,000 words | 10 sources | APA | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Law (International) , European Studies (European Union) , International Relations (General)
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The paper pores over the bureaucratic and legal responses of the United Nations and European Union and offers some explanations for the curious disengagement of the International Court of Justice and the European Court of Justice vis-a-vis human trafficking. The paper briefly touches upon why this may be so and similarly devotes some time to reviewing American jurisprudence's tradition of combating human enslavement and trafficking. Finally, the paper discusses the legislative initiatives taken by the United States on this front, considers the Bush Administration's contribution to efforts to stamp trafficking out, and concludes by looking ahead to what can be done on an international scale to ensure the modest gains of recent years are not the only gains made.
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