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Transcript of Globalization
Third world map
Who: When founded, the UN had 51 members. Currently, there are 193 countries in the United Nations.
What: The United Nations is an international organization established after World War II that aims to achieve world peace.
When: The UN was founded on October 24, 1945.
Where: Countries met in San Francisco to establish an official UN charter.
Why: The United Nations was made to preserve peace through "international cooperation and collective security." The organization also enforces international respect and relations.
Third World Countries
The people effected in third world counties are located in Africa, South America and parts of Asia. These people face hunger, poverty and short water supplies. The third world countries were mostly conquered by European empires and exploited by Europeans for raw materials. The Europeans did not invest in these countries or provide education health care or infrastructure. During the cold war(1950-2000) the US and the soviet union competed influence in these countries.
: Many of these countries are now being developed. Ex: Nigeria, Angola and Latin American countries.
: The term "third world countries" was most used from 1950- 2000. It no longer applies because of the differences in the countries and that many of them are now developed.
Asia, South America and Africa
: These countries are third world because at the beginning of the eighteenth century, the Europeans had a huge technological advantage and conquered them.
By: Hannah Stone
Overpopulation involves the Earth as a whole, but it particularly is occurring in developing countries such as China and India.
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Interdependence of Trade
by Daniel Lieberman
Janki Patel, Hannah Stone, and Robbie Vrana
A condition by which the population density enlarges to a limit that provokes the environmental deterioration, a remarkable decline in the quality of life, or a population collapse.
Still happening today
Overpopulation still is happening today
The people that are born are increasing faster than people that are dieing.
: Countries that cannot make their own products that want to trade for them
: Countries set up trade agreements with other nations so they can get products that hey do not have the resources or ability to make.
: Any country that wants to trade with each other.
: During the whole time because of modern day technology
: Not every country has the ability to be a jack-of-all-trade and they need other
The human race
Daniel Lieberman: These events are important to today because they impact our daily lives. Today the world depends on global trade. The clothes you wear, the pencils you use and many other things are imports from other places. The computer you are reading this on is assembled in China but the parts come from the United States, Japan, and many other countries. This shows that the world uses so interdependent of trade that this group project could not even be done without it.
Hannah Stone: Overpopulation is really important because as the birth rate increase rapidly, the death rate does'nt increase as fast. The more people that enter this world, the less room we will have on earth. This relates to today because the population is still increasing.
By Robbie Vrana
Third world Pictures/video
Robbie Vrana: Third World Countries are important because they show how much differences a country can have from another, either speaking first world or third world. When we see the diversity in a different country, it can show improvements that can be made in that country. In relations, third world countries are still around, and are very common. Quite even more than ever, especially places in Africa and South America.
Interdependence of Trade
Third World Countries
Janki Patel: The importance of the United Nations lies with its ability to resolve, or at least dissolve conflicts between nations. Its main purpose is to keep international peace alive. Though the United Nations cannot solve all worldwide issues, it functions fittingly in most situations, and eases the struggles we sometimes experience today.