- Ryan Leonard
- Thunder Bay
Our shrinking world and international intervention.
Everyday our world is getting smaller and smaller, nations are more intertwined than ever before and it is rare to see an event happen in one country and not affect another.
Does this mean that more developed nations should be obligated to assist those who are less fortunate (more so than they are already) ?
And if there are crimes against humanity being comitted and that nation's unable to rectify the situation (or in some cases, are the cause of it) should other nations intervene since this is a human need?