Sociology -- Effects of War and Peace on Foreign Aid
Foreign aid has been an organized effort since the end of World War II. Through I outright aid, investments, loans and grants, industrialized countries sought to help underdeveloped countries recover from the devastation of war. Predictably, some nations also used foreign aid to further their own interests, sometimes to the detriment of nations such as India, which relied heavily on foreign aid. India's leadership, mindful of the dependence and ravages on the country's resources, eventually developed a more India-centered system that has developed India and reduced poverty and war. However, poverty and war are not completely erased and are still problems in that the vast country of India must face.
Body: Effects That War and Peace Have on the Distribution of Foreign Aid
a. Analyze how funding in the form of aid, investment and loans moves from industrialized nations to...
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