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    In addition to inequality, there is a prevalent issue if ill-health in undeveloped countries today that is rooted in poverty, issues of colonization, and a lack of research and development, which has dire implication for humanity as a whole. But what does it mean to be in good health? Good health in a nation can be defined as having access to proper healthcare, decent shelter, clean water and sanitation, and sound nourishment. These are all goods taken for granted in western civilization, that…

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    Wealthier Nations

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    Emerging countries have the moral basis to claim Aid from Wealthier nations. High-income countries have the moral obligation to help them. For the hammer and the imposition of an economic order, that day by day affect developing countries, decreasing the quality of life of their people. In 1970, a new economic model was implemented, called “globalization,” a model that integrates and regulate how the international community interact. This trade agreement represents an agreement between states…

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    Food Aid Impact

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    Food Aid Impact on Developing Countries Food aid has created a way for underdeveloped nations to receive the emergency aid their countries need. Nations like Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea (DPRK) can misappropriate national funds on military projects instead of developing their agricultural industry (Feffer). On the other hand, countries like Ethiopia are dependent on foreign relief and are claiming a dependency syndrome (Siyoum, Hilhorst, Uffelen). Food aid does create a…

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    Art is a mechanism by which the artist turns the simple into the phenomenal, the static into the dynamic, the two dimensional into the three dimensional, and can be looked at through the lens of Gestalt psychology--the concept that the work as a whole is different from the sum of its individual parts. Based on the current, Western perception of progress, society can be broken into collections of nations and regions that form pseudo classes or castes--the most distinct being the Emerging…

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    Globalization of economies has negatively affected individuals by creating more inequality and by failing to reduce poverty. The environment has also faced a negative impact because many developed countries are still heavily reliant on fossil-fuels and their production of greenhouse gases keeps rising. Additionally, the United States outsources much of its industrial sector to China whose population is quickly growing which has led to large concentrated areas of pollution emission. When…

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    Rosenfield’s article A. "Maternal Mortality – A Neglected Tragedy Where Is the M in MCH?" (1985) disputes that physicians are neglectful of their roles in regards to maternal health issues. He notes instead of facing the facts, obstetricians are swirling around the problem that women are dying due to maternal mortality, even though this cause of death for women could be prevented. Overall I feel through Rosenfield’s work it should be suggested that more policy makers, health professionals, and…

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    Cyprus Crisis Case Study

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    Firstly, to maintain the reputation of a peacekeeping nation in the international community. Secondly, the Cyprus Crisis became an issue another issue of the Cold War. As a result Western governments became concerned about the possibility that the Soviet Union of the issue of the Cyprus Crisis. The countries involved in the crisis acted as a major contributor as to why Canada was involved in the peacekeeping forces. Due to the fact that countries…

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    Rise in globalisation and increased in multilateral trade raises issues for balance if trade and differential treatment are involved in nations since the post World War II period (Holmes 2003). The efforts of increasing fair trade practices and gaining the balance of similar multilateral trade rights and obligations for all nations in developed and developing countries become a prominent challenge (Khor 1999). The major change is observed in the trade policies of developing nations since 1980s…

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    Environmental changes have had huge effects on the whole world. Although it affects all of us, the bigger and worse impact is on the poor people of developing countries. This is due to their lack of ability to help themselves. They do not have the resources that they need to at least adapt if not make it better. We live in a selfish-minded world which means the people who have the greatest ability to help, do not. People of more developed countries, whether they are rich or poor, are the biggest…

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    Globalization allows for the voice of those who would otherwise not have a platform to speak to be heard. This allows people to be exposed to different mindsets, cultures, and beliefs, often without ever needing to leave home. Personal blogs, independently-run web sites, and forums all allow people to share their stories. In modern times, people have seen the power platforms such as Twitter have, where citizens of authoritarian nations are able to reach out to the global community to inform them…

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