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Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Book Review: Badlands Executive Summary Tony Wheeler writes about countries that he managed to travel across the earth. It is not easy to determine the badness of a country that makes it to be really bad. In addition, it is not easy to determine the evilness of a country.
In spite of the project title, the author argues that his book does not account for the most dangerous places on earth given that he gives his account of places is carefully and cautiously given and his tolerance of pain is low. Therefore, his work is should not be confused by other projects that are dangerous.1 Wheeler acknowledges that the axis of Evils is not used to refer to all destinations on earth. He began his project by touring nine countries that included Afghanistan, Albania, Myanmar, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and South Korea. The reasons for touring the countries were different. Some of the countries could act as tourist destinations with the exception of Burma and Cuba. Wheeler argues that the inclusion of all these countries in the project map serves to make the book interesting.2 Wheeler measures his experiences and what he comes across using his own evil meter. Measurement includes assessment of the treatment a country accords to its citizens, the involvement of a nation in terrorist activities the dangers or benefits a country offers its neighbours. Although he has not visited the most evil country in the globe using his meter, he had his office in one of the countries he toured in his project. ...
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