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  • Absence Of Self Restraint
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    .".. sovereignty is like virginity: once you engage in intercourse with the outside world you have lost it". - Jagdish BhagwatiOur global society presents great opportunities, but also many obstacles, to the improvement of the human condition. International interdependence, about which so much is written and talked these days, can amount to the opening up of new worlds, but it can also mean the infliction of suffering by one nation on others. The state has become too big for the small things, an...
  • Money From The Banks Of Developed Countries
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    The causes of poverty in the developing world Wars Many LDC's have been badly affected by wars. There have been many civil wars in Africa, caused by European empire-building in the nineteenth century. Several African races were joined into one country, but half a race was left in another country. These countries were still artificial countries after they achieved independence. One race was often badly treated by the ruling race, which resulted in civil war. This also happened in Europe since the...
  • 26000 Un Peacekeepers Around The World
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    Is the United States Giving too Much to the United Nations Does it seem like whenever the United Nations (UN) sends peacekeepers to a region that the United States (US) bears the majority of the debt and load of troops Does it seem that we are the only country supply material and "doing it all" Is the US the worlds police department No we aren't. The US is doing its job when the UN asks for assistance when a country needs peacekeepers in a time of transition, redevelopment, or serious acts again...
  • Africa And Some Other Underdeveloped Countries
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    Poverty occurs in most parts of the world. Nevertheless, the more serious and problematical poverty takes part in the third world and the southern parts of the globe. First of all, we have to clearly define the word 'poverty'; . In a broad sense, it means that people within this 'poverty'; region are poor or have a lower average income per capita than other regions. To a deeper approach, we refer 'poverty'; as people have low educational backgrounds, lack of food supplies, or people with lower s...
  • Third World Aid
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    The Role of the U.S. in the Third World in the Year 2000 The United States budget will continue to tighten and we must better utilize our dollars spent on Third World aid. The questions of illegal immigration, the population explosion, and environmental issues will become vital to our future. With closer linkage of US aid to these issues we can get the most bang for our buck. The best way to stop illegal immigration into the United States is not to erect higher fences at our borders, but to inve...
  • Unhappy About The End Of World War
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    Causes of World War II There are many thoughts of how World War II started, and in fact most of them are true. Hundreds of little problems led up to what the world knows as the one of the most deadly of all wars. From strong minded politicians, to poor economic situations, World War effected just about everyone in the world. Times were hard, people were unhappy about the end of World War I, and many governments were left in shambles. The world once again was a ticking bomb or unhappy people. Ult...
  • Dependency Burden In Developed Countries
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    Obstacles Toward Development In this every day changing world, many of us are living in a comfortable home, have enough food to eat, well clothed, healthy, and financially independent. All these are provided to us because we are living in a well-developed country. Others in the third world nation are not so lucky. They may have no shelter, limited food supply, and unemployed. This is because their country is not welldeveloped like ours. Problems that stop these countries from developing are 1. L...
  • Imperialistic Movement Of The Western World
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    In the late 19th century, imperialism was a major issue in many nations of the world. Imperialism is the extension of a nation's power due to the acquiring of territory or economic conditions through military force or political means. Countries revived the imperialistic movement because the need of raw materials and labor for industrial purposes was so great. Also, the countries wanted to increase their overall wealth and trade. Christianity gained power due to this imperialistic movement of the...
  • Third World Countries And Countries
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    Ocean Pollution in the Third World In this introduction, I will try and accomplish this project about the Oceans on the earth which affect the Third World countries and countries all around the world. This topic was very interesting because there were lots of information and overall learning about this problem and the problem is getting better everyday. This topic is about the pollution in the oceans on this earth and what is the effect on the Third World countries and on the rest of the countri...
  • Benefits Of Globalization For Third World Countries
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    For decades, American citizens have been complaining about how outsourcing has ruined their lives and that it is only going to harm America and its economy. Unfortunately, jobs are going to be lost and the unemployment rate may rise due to globalization. However, the benefits of globalization are infinite. People in other parts of the world will achieve a greater life than they ever thought possible due to the factories built in their countries. Due to the poverty in third world countries, these...
  • People In Third World Countries
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    Urbanization and its effect on third world living conditions Urbanization is the spreading of cities into less populated agricultural areas. Most people would not think that this is necessarily a problem. They would say that it is good that the "developing countries" were becoming more developed. With urbanization comes factories and more jobs, so the people can make more money and be happier. Right? The problem is that these people must sacrifice their traditional lifestyles, for this new "Urba...
  • United States America American Nation
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    The United States of America is the most powerful country in the world. With this power comes great influence and responsibility. How we use this influence is a good question. It can be seen everyday in the form of military presence, trade, economic issues, and numerous other interactions. America has become sort of a police force for the world. Whenever something troublesome goes on in another country, America is right there to regulate. The Vietnam conflict was a perfect example of such force....
  • Third World Need Multinationals The Answer
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    Multinational Companies: Out for Profit Without Regard for Life What a company usually wants for its business is for it to be an successful establishment and to make an abundance of profit. Some businesses do not pose any concern on what they have to do to make this profit as long as it done. Multinational companies are firms with their home base in one country and operations in many other nations. (Molyneux, 133). Most of these very immense firms establish in third word countries were they can ...
  • Massive Control Of The World's Economy
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    Explain what is meant by "globalisation". Is it really a myth Globalization is the free movement of capital, goods, services and labour around the world, by big commercial companies, which have massive control of the world's economy, transcending the boundaries of state and country. This transcendence across countries results in the shrinking of the economy and results on it depending on larger companies with a controlling interest in most of the capital within it. This global control of capital...
  • Communism Allied With The Ussr
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    The cold war spawned many different third world rebellions and affected many small countries during its course. The cold war occurred after World War 2 between two main opposing sides: United States and the USSR. The reason for the conflict between the two world superpowers was the differential views on government and the politically correct society. The term 'First, Second and Third world countries' applies to their association during the Cold war era. First world countries were the countries a...
  • World Government Treaty Countries In Possession
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    Democratic World Government - An Outline Structure Introduction - problems and benefits of World Government The idea of world government has not received a good press for many years. It tends to make most of us think of Stalinist dictators and fascist domination of the globe. I wish to argue, though, that there is a viable form of democratic world government which could bring many benefits. A democratic world government that really worked would lead to a major increase in the freedom enjoyed by ...
  • Third World Countries
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    According to the modernization theory, Third World countries will have to follow the same path that Western states did earlier if they wish to modernize. (Jackson p. 440) Countries in Africa and Latin America will have to accept the modern ideas about political processes, education, and the economy. Nonetheless, leaders of these undeveloped countries normally followed the idea of authoritarian, which restricted the freedom of people. On the other hand, world institutions are only willing to prov...
  • Second War
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    You though the War was over... ? You thought wrong! WWI was not the war to end all Wars. After the first world war ended the world was filled with corruptions and sorrow. Then to avoid these kind of devastating conflict countries began to makes leagues and treaties to make the world safer and calm. So the winners thought they did their job and made this world peaceful, but they were wrong since the losers of the war suffered from the punishment of losing and they swore revenge upon the Allies (t...
  • Country's Health Care
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    Is there an ideal political state in terms of geography? Realistically, the answer is probably no. But using bits and pieces of current political states, one can put together an almost near perfect country, with specific qualities and characteristics. From a Human Geographer's standpoint, there are several nations, states, and nation-states within the world which have one specific, or a few characteristics which make it geographically sound. The following will briefly discuss five different coun...
  • America's Role
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    As we anxiously wait for the next millennium to arrive, many questions are forming in our minds. Most of these questions are impossible to answer due to the fact that we do not possess the ability to predict the future. Experts have made many different speculations as to how they feel the transition into the twenty first century will progress. One question that has caused some debate is What will America's role be in the year 2000. No one knows exactly what role we will play, but many have forme...

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