Base on these PDF files:
My first question is below:
The study by Younas focuses on 120 developing nations over a period of time from 1976-2008. Paying meticulous attention to the statistical analysis of his panel data, his findings seem consistent regarding this interplay of terrorism, globalization and economic growth. I would like you to state in your own words what you think is his primary finding. What other research finding did you find interesting and explain why it struck you as interesting. Finally, discuss the implications of the U-shaped relationship between globalization and growth in terms of how developing nations might better manage globalization to maximize its effect on both terrorism and growth.
My second question is below:
The article by Gregg Barak exposes us to three crime and crime control models but the question remains whether these models, alone or in some combined form, help us account not only for crime in the global age but how nations can counter or manage crime. Given your understanding of the article, discuss and explain which model or combination of models appears most valid to you. What do you see as the greatest threat from crime in our globalized world and how best do you think it should be controlled?