Should wealthy nations be required to share their wealth among poorer nations by providing such things as food and education? Or is it the responsibility of the governments of poorer nations to look after their citizens themselves?

QuestionsCategory: Writing Task 2Should wealthy nations be required to share their wealth among poorer nations by providing such things as food and education? Or is it the responsibility of the governments of poorer nations to look after their citizens themselves?
sav.dep asked 3 years ago

 The economy of our time is closely connected through the nations. This means that wealth ones have the advantage of producing in the poorest ones, whith the benefit of lower cost production. On the other hand, the poor countries do not get any benefit from this global economy. In addition to this, there is another drammatic problem: the access to education by poorest people. The combination of the poverty and lack of education creates a loop from which is difficult to exit. The actual economic model will always allows the rich become richest and the poor poorest. So, I think that the weathy nations have the responsability of help the poorest ones. This does not mean that every citizen has to share a part of his weath. The way to face this problem consist in two foundamental points: to guarantee more rights in poorest countries and to give budget aid to thise. That will be performed with internation partnership between poor and whealty nations. The presence of an agreement between nations is necessary to make the poor ones more responsible. If the relationship will not be regulated by an agreement, the poor nation will probably look at the budget aid as a charity, taking advantages from the situation and wasting these resources in useless programs or corruption. Furthermore, it could be performed agreements with the universities to improve the education access, in order to create the future leadership that will carry out the aid plan and find a solution to become indipendent of other countries.

sav.dep replied 3 years ago

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