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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Profits or People?

Before evaluating international organizations, ethical and politcal beliefs must be defined. International organizations which strive only to increase the wealth of member nations may be acceptable, if one believes the state comes before all else. However, many international organizations benefit wealthy, powerful nations, but developing nations as well. In these cases, these organizations or based around humanitarian and economical principals. If this is the case, evaluating the ethical grounds is unnecessary. If organizations are founded on humanitarian principles, then keeping them efficent and effective is the most important issue. When incredibly powerful global organizations faulter or become corrupt, even when founded on humanitarian beliefs, they do more damage than good. Long term cooperation between nations can only exist if these nations use global organizations to help one another, while growing stronger themselves.


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