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    Under this topic, there is the issue of wealth and who has it. The more developed countries (MDCs) are the ones with the ability to assist other states because usually, they have less internal conflicts to deal with and more money to work with. Lesser developed countries (LDCs) tend to have too many internal issues to remedy before they can begin helping others. A report from the International Commission on Intervention…

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    Silence of the Corporations: A Literary Analysis on Pablo Neruda’s United Fruit Co. Most of us tend to blame the difficulties and failures that are present in third world countries on corrupted politicians, ruthless crime lords, and uncooperative political groups. Basically, we blame these problems on internal factors. However, many of us have failed to realize that large international corporations have also played key roles in leading these nations into the state of chaos and demise that they…

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    would tell you that such thing does not exist, neither in Haiti nor in any other countries. This is why people are not afraid to go out at night in rich countries, while we can’t say the same for Haiti. If they are scared and do not go out, it’s far from the same reasons. They might be afraid of a thief, burglar, criminals. But in Haiti, instead of being afraid of these terrorists’ clan who is creating terror in the country, we put this idea of a supernatural being with…

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    Introduction Over the years a significant productivity gap has developed between the United Kingdom and its main competitors which include the United States, Germany and France (O’Mahony and de Boer, 2002). In 2012, the widest productivity gap was to be reported in over 20 years, second to 1992 when the gap was as wide as 25%. The Office of National Statistics reported that in comparison to the United States, Germany, France, Italy, Japan and Canada the UK is seen to be behind by an average of…

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    Contrast in Country A country is a nation with its own common language, culture, race, government, religion, or history. China and America are both different in culture and their beliefs of how they should live. As cultures have different systems thinking, sometimes foreigner may run into serious trouble without knowing the rules. Therefore, we should learn the difference values between each country, such as in the family, school, and workplace. There are many kinds of families in the world.…

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    The Consequences of Climate Change on Unindustrialized Countries In countries that lack industrialization, agriculture is a prominent economic sector. They provide raw material such as cotton, coffee, and wheat that are exported to more developed countries, which in turn provides consumer product. However, the market of agriculture is solely based on a consistent environment that is favorable for their respective crops. With the impending issue of climate change, the respective sector is most…

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    Domestic Abuse In Peru

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    that women in Peru experience incredibly high rates of domestic abuse, within the highest across the globe (Boesten 2006; Flake 2005). Regardless of laws established by the country, Peruvian women struggle to successfully deconstruct domestic violence within their communities. In contrast, the United States – a developed country where domestic violence frequently occurs, though discernibly less than in a developing…

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    Kang Kong Teh Case Study

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    been born in China and, therefore, may not be considered a Chinese returnee, his return to China is a great example of Saxenian’s brain-circulation theory. Teh’s father migrated to Brazil, Teh migrated to the U.S. to obtain knowledge from a developed country, and now applies…

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    people are asked to think of extreme examples of income disparity, many reference developing countries like Chile, India, or the Philippines. Although they are correct, people often overlook income disparity in the world’s developed nations. The United States is globally notorious for its high rates of child poverty, homelessness, and inequality. However, many people do not realize that there is another country with equally alarming rates of income disparity and poverty: Israel. Israel is a…

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    Climate change is affecting the world in different forms and increments. In the last century various parts of globe have seen the impacts of global warming, green gas emissions, and flooding. These natural disasters cause massive amounts of damage economically, politically and socially leading to competition for limited resources, upheaval and chaos on both the local and national spectrums. However, many are quick to dismiss the impact of climate change when its horrific effects do not hit…

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