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    Why There is a Need for World Development In this section of my coursework I will research and evaluate the need for world development. By doing this I will look at inequality in the world, and who, if anyone, is to blame. I need to look at why different countries are at different stages of development and why. Countries are now splint into two groups, MEDCs and LEDCs, however in the 1950s countries were either 1st world, 2nd world or 3rd world countries, which meant developed, developing

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    According to J.H. Mittelman, globalization is "a historical transformation in economy and cultural diversity." Globalization is the idea of making the world act like one huge country. Globalization affects this world and the people in this world in many ways. Globalization affects the economic status of a country. It has indeed weakened the position of poor countries and exposed poor people to harmful competition. Globalization is the strategy of liberation that becomes an economic nightmare for

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    entrepreneurs are not benefiting here. But tariffs are good in away because it increases governments’ revenues and there will be an economic growth. Like for example in my home country Somalia firms and entrepreneurs do not pay taxes due to the lack of a functional government. So there is high level of poverty in Somalia if firms and entrepreneurs were paying there would have been a low level of poverty. If a government gets more tariffs there will be a good health care system and the government will

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    In 1798, the political economist Thomas Malthus referred to extensive hunger as a natural system that ensured a properly sized population that was balanced with the food supply, and the global population adapted this idea as their view on world hunger (Dando 197). It was not until the 1970s when this idea began to be truly challenged. Today, commercials displaying starving African children are no rare sight. In Sub-Saharan Africa, more than 33 million children under 5 are malnourished (Stanford 46)

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    unstable, and any delay in policy-making could cause great detriment to national development. Recent political infighting in Somalia could lead to the collapse of the government, and this stalemate in governance has caused a rise in militant and terrorist groups such as Al-Shabaab and corruption, as well as a decrease in both local and international confidence in the Somalia government (“The Consequences of Political Infighting,” 2013). Without effective state, important policies concerning anti-terrorism

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    Foreign policy has been a major point of contention between Congress and the President throughout US history. It represents a great challenge to the separation of powers defined by the Constitution. Recently this battle has intensified in the form of a legislative action proposed by Senators John McCain and Tim Kaine. In January of 2014, they announced legislation that would give Congress increased control over how the US uses the military in foreign conflicts. The proposed legislation would repeal

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    several countries. Some of these conflicts have led to gruesome massacres. I will be discussing the unsucessful peacekeeping operations of the UN. Failures upon the United Nations peacekeeping operation have lost control in countries such as Rwanda, Somalia and Bosnia. The UN peacekeeping operation have failed to protect people during world crime, simply because they weren’t able to fulfill their obligated duties. Many of the peacekeepers in the United Nations have agreed with terms which involves helping

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    A ‘risky Africa’ is mostly about perceptions The African Development Bank meeting in Kigali, touched on the issue of African conflicts, and their obvious role in impeding the economic transformation of the continent. This, does not come as a surprise to many. At all international fora, dedicated to discussing investment all over the world, the issue of how to de-risk Africa for big investors to come and do business always arises. Whereas, the failure of some international companies, especially

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    "But why do you do this? What do you get from it?" Abdula asked, talking slowly as she translated the questions in her head. Her quiet words, and inquiring face watched as I tried to find a good answer. I knew how much this experience gave me, but selfishness suddenly sank I and I wondered what I was doing for her. All seniors at my school are required to leave school for an hour and half and do some form of service. At the beginning of the year, I looked over the long list of choices and decided

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    think that person would feel? A couple weeks after Donald Trump became president he put a 90 day ban on Syrian refugees coming to the United States. President Trump banned syrian refugees from six countries, Iraq, Yemen, Syria, Libya, Sudan, and Somalia. Trump should ban people from the six countries because of safety, cost, and health/jobs. First, one of the most concerns about letting syrian refugees is the safety and how there is a chance that one person could be a terrorist. People with valid

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