There is this innate and genuine commitment to address the ills that corporatocracy gives to a developed society. But my dream does not end there, I also have a vision of living in a world where corporatocracy does not…
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The wealthy elite have the capacity to bribe government officials because of their financial clout; thus, they are able to rule the society. This to me is a system that does not benefit the currently struggling American family.
As a Pakistani national who belongs to one of the influential political families in the country, being politically victimized in the late 1990s by the government provided the impetus for one’s decision to delve into the Foreign Service career. One decided to live in New York for the past two years to pursue higher education. I have witnessed western politics during this span of time and had the opportunity to compare Western politics and the ruling corporatocracy. The greed and tyranny of corporatocracy pushes the economy further down because it only benefits corporate executives and politicians. Their very existence is driven by selfish interests and therefore failed to consider social responsibility and utilitarianism. If corporations are not able to achieve the profit that they want because of legal impediments, their preferred option is to give unlimited campaign donations to politicians who can push for legislations that will benefit their companies. Hopefully, a career in Foreign Service will be my stepping stone towards the achievement of both personal and professional goals of trying to educate and convince people in corporations and governments, as well as the general public, that corporatocracy is not the answer to the economic and financial woes of the
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And as the corporations exist in a country, they are bound by the Government laws and principles of a country. If one look at the relationship of Government and Corporations then one can find that it is deep and intricate. A Corporation has a group of people with a business objective cannot survive without adhering to the laws and principles of their own government.
For instance, let us assume we are talking of a jungle/ environment rich in natural minerals such as oil, gold fluorspar etc. First, I need to understand to what extent are these minerals distributed in this jungle and how large is this jungle in terms of size because we can be talking of a jungle of more than 100000 square kilometers which cannot support human settlement due to its exploitation activities and/or the environmental risks that turn people away from settling in this jungle; this rules out the population size of 5000 people in our question.
in Wade & Veneroso 1998:20). Why did the Korean government allow this to happen Sharma (2003) noted that Kim Young Sam desperately wanted to be a member of the OECD and opening financial markets was made into a condition by U.S. and IMF (p.203). Pride as a motivation can be inferred, as Korea being an OECD member would be an achievement from being one of Asia's poorest countries.
Neologisms are especially useful in identifying inventions, new phenomena, or old ideas which have taken on a new cultural context.  It can also refer to an existing word or phrase which has been assigned a new meaning.
In psychiatry and psychology the term is
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It describes governments that bow to the pressure of corporate entities (WorldiQ). This means that corporations control the running of these governments, thereby ruling indirectly. Let us look at the term “empire”. According to Hornby, it means
oup of business individuals and leaders who use their influence to control governments and the media in their quest to continue exploiting the rest of the world. In this regard, the ruthlessness as well as the greed of the corporatocracy practices only serve to advance their
He then describes encounters he and other economic knockout men and jackals (hired killers), have had in four territories of the world, Latin America, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East; which he insists exhibit in no indefinite