Solving World Hunger
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The paper argues that instituting democracy and establishing stable economies are necessary in order to resolve the chronic political and economic problems that cause hunger and poverty. The paper argues further that globalization undermines democratic institutions and, therefore, people should be aware of the dangers of globalization in order to avoid being exploited by the wealthy and the powerful.
From the Paper:"Comprehensive solutions to resolving world hunger have been elusive because of the multitude of economic and political factors which cause hunger and poverty. Some solutions have been offered based upon establishing the provision of foreign aid and the establishment of food security, but these measures cannot guarantee self-sufficiency, which is one of the fundamental prerequisites for maintaining a sufficient food supply in underdeveloped countries."
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- West, Cornell. Democracy Matters: Winning the Fight against Imperialism. New York: Penguin, 2005.
- "World Food Day Observations Focused Attention on Food Needs" and "World Food Summit Focuses in Ending Hunger and Malnutrition." Ag Exporter, Vol. 8. No. 8, November 1996.
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