Understanding and analyzing the starting point of the obstacles is an important part to knowing what it is blocking the developing nations from growing. In my opinion, industrialization is the biggest obstacle the developing nations face. From my reading, there are three ways I will approach the situation and that is by high technology, shared technology, and appropriate technology stand point.
By focusing on the high technology point of view, Industrialization is a major cause in health problems. It creates air pollution, poverty, lack of food supply, dangerous machines polluting the earth, and homelessness. However, in order to stop this from happening it should start in the “lab first” to help stop this specific blockage from occurring. Health problems in industrial nations are as much caused by economic, social, political, and cultural factors as by pathogens. Industrialization has become a major medical issue worldwide, and hopefully will become less of a problem over the upcoming years.
According to shared technology, the super power nations should be able to come together with getting the developing nations off the grounds. They should do it because it will help them become more developed, less dependent and decrease and poverty rates, not because it will be beneficial to them and to help the nations as a whole. Numerous of third world countries began industrializing when they noticed that the United States did during the Cold War. Some would debate that increasing financial resources and trading opportunities for the poorest countries is not a sufficient substitute. Consequently, even if it wasn’t that would still be a start in helping the under develop countries thrive more. For example, Africa is considered to be one of the poorest nation, Africa and so as many other poor countries have supplies the United States need to continue to help the country prosper. In my opinion, under developed nations should start taxing high on their supplies. Consequently if all the poor nations do this the develop nations wouldn’t have any choice but to pay what the poor nations if offering.
From an appropriate technology stand point, super power states should express the need to...