Therefore certain sections find it useful to legalize the use of drug to some extent so that policies could be reformulated with regard to minimizing the violence and crime.1 Hyde and Setaro (2003:75) mentioned that people from all over the world use drugs often leading to violence and crime far beyond users. Drug trafficking is a big business and fighting over drugs has led to numerous crimes in the United States, political factions fighting over drug cultivation and trafficking including many turf wars which include the use of guns leading to death of people.2 Hanson et al (2005:110) stated that the persistence of drug abuse problem and high cost in dollars and frustration of waging the 'War on drugs' have energized the ongoing debate on legalizing the use of drugs. The debate is further supported by various arguments from individuals and groups stating that violence and crime would become less frequent if the drugs were legalized.3 Inciardi (1999:55) mentioned the argument of antilegalization camps that violent crime would not necessarily decline in a legalized drug market and might actually increase for three reasons i.e. removing the criminal sanctions against the possession and distribution of illegal drugs, increase in the use of drugs resulting in a greater number of dysfunctional addicts and more users would result in more violence association with ingestion of drugs.4 Further it is pertinent to mention that violent behavior caused due to drug intake would not stop automatically and the number of crimes will increase as the number of drug users will also increase due to the legalization of drugs. Legalization proponents however ignore the fact that the people committing violent crimes are habitual offenders and career criminals who will not stop them from doing illegal activities if drugs are legalized, but will find new ways of creating revenues (Gargaro, 1999)5. However Jeffrey Miron, economist at Harvard University has different opinion about the legalization and states that prohibition creates violence and paves the path for underground market and favors right policy to legalize drugs while using regulations and taxation to dampen irresponsible behavior6. In spite of advocacy by some observers that marijuana should be legalized while the ban on other harmful drugs should not be lifted due to its violent nature. However it is suggested that drugs should not be legalized as the legalization may lead to easy access to banned substance by the vulnerable thus leading to inevitable. Drugs should not be legalized as the addictive nature of substance may lead to crime and other harmful actions to the society.
Should the welfare rights of recent immigrants be limited
The forces of globalization have resulted in huge wave of immigration and relationship between globalization and immigration has been examined various researchers to study the impact of globalization on the immigration (www.thefreelibrary.com)7. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) was established to manage the migration crisis that has been occurring all over the world with increasing trend in migration where people are moving from country to country in search of