In The Cell In Nong Khai by Marco Antonio BussanichIn The Cell In Nong Khai by Marco Antonio Bussanich

In The Cell In Nong Khai

byMarco Antonio Bussanich

Paperback | February 27, 2017

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Former President Jimmy Carter claims that of all cities in the world, Atlanta leads in one category: the number of sex slaves that come through the city. This is due to Atlanta’s global position, and the fact that it has one of world’s largest airports. The land of the free therefore leads in one of the things that robs so many of their freedom, which is sex-slavery. In some countries, slavery is not only rife: governments are the ones that control the slavery. Whether it be caging teenaged women into sex-slavery, or illegally jailing refugees, the practice is controlled and run by governments. The refugee crisis in Syria is a reminder of the refugee problem, with the greatest numbers of refugees in history now coming from Syria. In this penetrating look in, In the Cell in Nong Khai, the author looks into the issue. The investigation also looks at the cultural side of something that is not really considered imprisonment or slavery, but something that nonetheless seems to enslave so many: that is the adherence to a culture. In Japan, Korea and in some other countries, the ability to just simply say “NO” to, or refuse the request of a superior or an elder is surrendered, often without question or without thought. Join the author, Marco Antonio Bussanich, in his penetrating look into the Prisoners of Asia. It will surprise.

Title:In The Cell In Nong KhaiFormat:PaperbackDimensions:444 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.9 inPublished:February 27, 2017Publisher:Marco Antonio BussanichLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1773024833

ISBN - 13:9781773024837

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