Nuclear weapons refer to an explosive device like a bomb or missile that derives its enery from nuclear energy reactions. Some of the countries that have carried out nuclear weapon research and development illegally include Iran and North Korea. This has substantially damaged their reputation with other world leaders, effectively experiencing sanctions for decades at a time. In many cases, they have lost international partnerships and lucrative deals due to their reputation and they are shunned by the world superpowers.

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Before you get an offer for employment, the candidate is walked through the company culture and expectations of the role you are interviewing for. It may not be spelled out, but abstaining from drugs and other addictive substances is an obvious side note that employers expect you to adhere to. Once you get the contract for employment, there could be a section that highlights this. When it comes to competitive sports it is even more significant to abstain from any performance-enhancing drugs or the complete opposite. Those that can hinder performance completely through poor side effects. Taking drugs at work is a moral issue. First, it does not appeal to employers at all. It shows them your character or the lack of it when you show up ‘high’ to work. When it comes t competitive sports, it shows dishonesty and a lack of integrity so profound to the sports that athletes often lose their contracts, or they are stripped of medals won at competitive games.

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Cigarettes are a harmful substance. Just like alcohol, although they are both legal. Manufacturers make these products while making the users fully aware of the dangers of using them. They even use images to dissuade users from smoking or drinking, while also outlining the risks they expose themselves to. However, this is mostly done out of requirement as it is a regulation in most countries, and it is also illegal to advertise the wrong information.

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Monitoring a teenager’s online internet use is not criminal, but it does infringe on their privacy. However, in times when the child might seem in danger or starts portraying unusual behavior, I would say it is a matter of good parenting. To make sure their child is safe. I believe that it is not always a matter of infringement of privacy rights, but it has to do more with concern. Today with cyberbullying and extremist recruitment online, one can never be too careful. All people have a right to their own privacy, and as they get older the reins must also get loose. A teenager cannot be monitored the same way they were monitored at 5 or even 11. When they reach the high school age, the most important part of parenting should have already been at this age.

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