This essay explores the history of arms smuggling, its causes, and its effects. It discusses how the illegal arms trade has grown in scope and sophistication in recent years and how it has negative consequences for both the countries that are supplying weapons and the countries that are receiving weapons.
This essay will argue that it is morally wrong to burn copies of CDs downloaded from the internet or borrowed from friends. The argument will be based on the application of the ethical theories of deontology and utilitarianism to a case involving a Kenyan student who has downloaded music from the internet and burned copies of it onto CDs.
This essay explores the different perspectives on drug use, and discusses the pros and cons of each approach.