The Causes of Poverty and Inequality
When we often talk about the Global North and the Global South, the 'global north' refers to highly industrialised and wealthy states, most of them which are located in the northern hemisphere, Australia and New Zealand are exceptional. The 'global south' refers to poor states that depend mostly on agricultural and minority on industrialises. These states are located in the Southern Hemisphere and they tend to have brown skins, where as the global north are mostly light skins. There are four major group different between north and south global; politics, technology, wealth and demograhical. It is obvious to all that some countries much poorer than others. How has this come about? Will it change the future?
To understand how the Global South countries today are attempting to survive in the world of the powerful of Global North, we need to begin by taking back to the time of the colonialism and imperialism of those territory were conquer by the European. According to Ander Gunder has argued that the colonised world, at the beginning of the colonisation period was much wealthier than the coloniser;
"The Europeans did not in any sense 'create' either the world economic system itself nor 'capitalism'. …
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