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Population Policy

Do you think that the "Developed West" is in the best place to help direct and influence the population policies of the developing world? Why or why not? If countries like the U.S., France and Germany are not in the place to be able to direct population policies in places like Niger, Yemen, and Jordan, which countries are?

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Interesting debate! Let's look at some of the research information to help access which countries, if any, are in the better position to direct and influence population policy in the developing countries. I also attached a highly informative summary of the population policy issues.
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1. Do you think that the "Developed West" is in the best place to help direct and influence the population policies of the developing world? Why or why not? If countries like the U.S., France and Germany are not in the place to be able to direct population policies in places like Niger, Yemen, and Jordan, which countries are?

The United Nations and the G8 countries are perhaps those that are in the best place to direct and influence the population policies of the developing world. However, the United Nation has been responsible for monitoring population policies since 1974 (1), so perhaps the G8 countries (listed below with leaders) might be in the best position to direct and influence the population policies and programs of the developing world, Niger, Yemen, and Jordan, which countries:

United States: President George W. Bush
Canada: Prime Minister Paul Martin
France: President Jacques Chirac
Japan: rime Minister Junichiro Koizumi
United Kingdom: Prime Minister Tony Blair
Italy: Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi
Russia: President Vladimir ...

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This solution discuses if the "Developed West" is in the best place to help direct and influence the population policies of the developing world, And, if countries like the U.S., France and Germany are not in the place to be able to direct population policies in places like Niger, Yemen, and Jordan, it discusses which countries are.Research validated. References provided.

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