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6 reasons Iran deal was good for America - CNN

6 reasons Iran deal was good for America - CNN | Human Rights | Scoop.it
The Hindu 6 reasons Iran deal was good for America CNN By limiting Iran's nuclear enrichment activities to below 5% enrichment, combined with the most intrusive inspections that exist -- the Additional Protocol to the Non-Proliferation Treaty --...
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Whenever a counrty, big such as the United States, goes to war only th negatives are shown. It is said that there were no tactics into going to war but just 'going to war' because nothing else was thought. That can be proven incorrect as this article states the benefits that America has gained through the Iran - Iraq war. I believe that this article can be based to search other benefits of other countries that have been part of a war.

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Amsterdam's Racist Black Pete Parade Under Fire - Daily Beast

Amsterdam's Racist Black Pete Parade Under Fire - Daily Beast | Human Rights | Scoop.it
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Amsterdam's Racist Black Pete Parade Under Fire
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This year, the debate reached all the way to the halls of the United Nations.
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Black Pete as a tradition was only introduced to me today, while it had been suggested to me under the title of Human Rights. This article on Black Pete shows the different points of view of it being characterised as a racists figure or not. Such as how strong is the tradition or how strong is this 'playing' with human rights. After all everyone has the right to say their opinion. But where is the line drawn, for example is it such a huge topic that it was neded to be "reached all the way to the halls of the united Nations" or should tradition go on? The way Black Pete is seen through the different people as a total percentage plays a bigger role as to if its a racists character or just a simple tradition that it is wished not to be changed. Very interesting to be discussed as there are many more traditions where the same problems are faced or currently thought over.

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