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Brown 1Camry Brown Professor CareyPOLS 320026 November 2017“Unlocking the Centerpiece of Asylum in Syria”From the year 2011 to the end of 2015, there were at least half of Syria’s population thathad lost their lives or home due to the civil war in their country. Those individuals who kept theirlives are currently struggling to survive in Syria. Not to mention making a living in neighboringcountries like Turkey, Lebanon, Iraq, and Jordan. Even to the extent of taking risks of their livesjust to seek Asylum in countries such as Europe; while deeming as one of the most tragic crisisof the century. In due time, this exact reason had an impact on the European Union followed byadditional European Union countries in terms of economics and social stability. But apparently,the European Union and countries by association are struggling to cope with the dramaticnumber of refugees of both limited resources and restrained policies. An inevitable action thatwill pursue onward to the aids from other organizations upon public sectors, such as; non-governmental organizations like Red Cross for profit also. Corporate business is least to foughtfor the cause of this international crisis. As the perception of public, in most cases, only thebusiness with excess can undertake such initiatives. However, it is necessary too acknowledgethat in today’s business environment, economic and social influences of globalism, which arecontinuously changing political and legal worldwide, followed by the linking of companies, civilsociety, and governments altogether. In other news, all factors stated above are an interconnectednetwork with absolute no exception. Aforementioned. those apart of a private sector are less
Brown 2linked to this refugee crisis, moreover, indirectly but intimately, as conceivably it is to confirm aconsequence of global change with political concerns as well. As a result, Syrian civil war is known to be one of the most grieving tragedies inhumanity history, which began with an anti-government demonstration as an outcome due tovarious attacks, arrest, and tortures. Additionally, the causality caused by Syrian governmentsviolated a situation including a suppress, which may have also influenced the crowd andtherefore, jeopardized the case to be worst than before. Protesters that appeared outnumberedstarted to arm themselves to against its government. Then, the religious clash between Sunni andShia motivated the political tension between America, Russia, Rebels, as well as the rise ofJihadists in extremist groups like ISIS, which are more relevant as fear in our present day andsociety. Also, lets stay mindful that the Russians (German) government were the first to embracethe European Union. Although, the refugee crisis caused by the civil war started in 2011, almostfive years ago, the refugees had been fleeing from the war and seeking for safety to pursue theirlives. Meanwhile, the European Union has been under the pressure to take approaches since then.

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