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"Hello, I'm practicing for my TOEFL exam and am a little bit stuck with writing task though even used tools like college editing Service and college writing service - just need you opinion on this piece. Thanks

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

The worldview surrounding globalization to modern society, has presented many economic and political challenges to create wealth between the rich and poor.  This has raised important concerns to cut poverty and hunger, where people across the world are deficient in the resources they need to survive such as food to eat, clean water, land, fodder, shelter, medical care and the right to an education.  Hunger is further described in economic terms as the inalienable right or entitlement to food, where people within a nation should have the purchasing power and resources they need to eat and grow their own food, particularly in the third world nations.   This complexity involves the further integration of the global society and its impact on the population.  Countries across the world are more connected than ever before and within the global international system.  Similarly, political leaders are in the middle of a paradigm shift of new powers, transforming from a unipolar world to a multipolar world, where global economic power becomes more integrated to create increased wealth among the nations.  Equally important is the transcendence that we as a global nation are moving towards a sensible governance of international diplomacy.  These factors play an important role to our understanding of the many economic, political, and cultural forces that shape the world today, and rise to our in-depth knowledge of the effects of globalization.  To improve the wealth of our developing nations, governments need to have a more improved leadership as they did in the past, giving economies more latitude to evolve as a human race and to improve our daily lives.  Furthermore, to understand the complexities of the human population about wealth and poverty, rich and poor, and developing and developed countries, there is an inherent need to look at the traditional values of the international economic system.  For example, Scottish economist Adam Smith’s book titled, The Wealth of Nations, advocates for free trade over mercantilism, where countries can reap the rewards of a free market enterprise system, allowing the rich to help the poor, and vice versa.  This liberal thinking provides a more improved distribution of goods and services, and gives the governments and the institutions the ability to make good choices when it comes to economic growth where it will benefit global society.  

In addition to wealth creation, another important concept is to give the communities with an equal opportunity to an earn education.  As we look at our own government and those of other countries, a process called “foreign policy” improves the goals of the state, and its pursuit of power, prestige and resources.  Foreign policy is better known as the expression of people within states, where political leaders and the countries they serve help re-shape important decisions of national interests.  During each part of foreign policy, the public and private actors are given a variety of policy choices on world hunger and education, where their main goal is to secure a country’s national interests and to promote inherent values.  Similarly, it is equally important to understand the relationships across states, with regards to nationalism and national interests.  They consist of security, economic welfare, prestige, promotional values, power and resources, peace and stability.  In conclusion, the concept of globalization, along with the political leaders of a state, need to become integrated on a national level, where resources are available to promote economic growth, political growth, economic crises, poverty, hunger, pandemics, resource unemployment and education.

Sources:
Adam Smith. The Wealth of Nations, 1994 Random House
Mike Collins. The Pros And Cons Of Globalization, 2015 The Forbes Link to the Article
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