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Inactive Duty
Freeman, R. Edward; Mead, Jenny; Awad, Mike Case E-0358 / Published February 14, 2011 / 1 pages.
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What happens when personal ethics and practical concerns for family are at odds? A man who retained his native citizenship as well as attaining citizenship in his country of residency faces a dilemma: During a three-week trip to his home country with his two teenage sons, he learns that children of expatriates must register for the military if they visit their parent's country of origin for more than 10 days. The only way to get his sons out of the country is to pay a steep bribe. Should he do it?

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    What happens when personal ethics and practical concerns for family are at odds? A man who retained his native citizenship as well as attaining citizenship in his country of residency faces a dilemma: During a three-week trip to his home country with his two teenage sons, he learns that children of expatriates must register for the military if they visit their parent's country of origin for more than 10 days. The only way to get his sons out of the country is to pay a steep bribe. Should he do it?

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