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G-8 c. Argentina, Australia, Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, and the EU 1) New Members: i. Much more representative of planet earth ii. You need China and India to make economic change iii. G-20 d. Super nationalist Oddballs 2. International Organizations - Why Work Together? Tuesday, March 15, 2016 9:47 AM World Regions - 1014 Page 15
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You need China and India to make economic change iii. 85% of world GDP iv. 80% of all global trade v. 2/3 world's population vi. Environmental policy 1) "For the rest of your life no country or entity is going to take legislation to the UN without going through the G-20 first" vii. Some of the hottest performing, fastest growing economies i. 7-12% GDP increase ii. Big countries, big economies, big populations, big workforces, big amount of natural resources iii. Alternative G-7 iv. Doesn't want to sanction Iran, which is opposite to "team west" v. Actual heads of state go to the meeting vi. BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) e. World Regions - 1014 Page 16
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153 Members a. Force of globalization b. Overseer of trade c. WTO (World Trade Organization) 1. Lends money to governments, to stabilize governments and currency i. These types of movements are called: Austerity Measures 1) Has the power to go into a country, and restructure the government spending for them ii. IMF has lent money to corrupt leaders iii. IMF (International Monetary Fund) a. Eradicate poverty i. Specific Projects (i.e.. Creating schools in a country, create hydroelectric damn) ii. World Bank b. Full on independent for profit business c. G-7 and G-8 Countries created these organizations after WWII d. Non-western powers getting more voice in IMF and World Bank e. Monetary Organizations 2. WTO, IMF, World Bank Thursday, March 17, 2016 4:59 PM World Regions - 1014 Page 17
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US, Russia, UK, France, China a. Declared nuclear power and member of NPT 1. India (received an exception to buy nuclear fuel), Pakistan (Top Pakistani nuclear scientist was Dr. A. Q. Khan) a. Declared nuclear power, didn't sign NPT 2. Israel a. Non-declared, didn't sign NPT 3. North Korea a. Non-declared, non-proven, non-sane 4. United states and Russia have 80-90% of the nuclear weapons 5. Limit the spread of nuclear weapons a. 1970 It was created b. 189 countries have signed up c. Finland and Ireland created this treaty d. Promise not sell, give, or tell anyone how to make nuclear weapons 1) Non-proliferation i. Decrease the number of active warheads 1) Disarmament ii. I now can get the technology, system, and information on how to create a nuclear energy system 1) Iran - Is trying to peruse nuclear power 2) The right to peacefully use nuclear technology iii. Three pillar system e. Germany, Japan, Brazil, South Africa, Libya i. Countries that used to aspire to having nuclear weapons f. Future of nuclear energy and weapons g.
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