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Unformatted text preview: Q1: Causes of instability in governments. Poverty is key factor that makes a government be unstable; this happens when a government is not able to either feed the nation or maintain its expenditure. This leads a country to borrow from other well off countries hence an external debt comes to hand. To be able to pay the loans the country to either overtax its people so that it can repay its debt hence financial strain. National security also contributes in making governments unstable. This is because if the government is not able to protect its citizens from both inside and outside, then it has to use its resources and try to survive. When a country or a government is not able to muster the marginal living of its citizens, then when the rural areas arent able to contribute to the countrys financial resources and the country will be depending on the urban sector to produce for its GDP while the rural areas are dormant. This leads the country to depend on one sector hence straining it. Inequality or areas are dormant....
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2012 for the course MARKETING 2101 taught by Professor Jon during the Spring '11 term at Central Texas College.
- Spring '11