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International Relations
An exploration of the issues of civil rights, security and international relations.
# 129438 | 1,500 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Film (Analysis, Criticism, Etc.) , International Relations (General)


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This paper answers questions on international relations using movies about different conflicts in the world, such as "The Constant Gardener" and "Hotel Rwanda," taking different political perspectives to analyze the meaning of actions depicted in the films, then considering the issue of whether civil rights and security can co-exist or whether one needs to be chosen over the other.

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"In the film "The Constant Gardener", a pharmaceutical company is using the population of an African country as a population for medical experimentation. This is being done without the knowledge of the people on whom drugs are being tested and largely without the knowledge of the rest of the world as well. From a realist perspective, these companies are simply seeking to expand the reach of the West and to assure the survival of the greatest number over time. Some problems arise in the course of these tests, of course, but the companies see the greater good in eliminating disease and assuring drug safety for the world once the drug is tested, refined, and adopted. The intent is not to cause harm, for..."

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