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And in Africa, cardiovascular disease equals the HIV and AIDS deaths in most
But then, is Northern Ireland a unique example, or does this kind of explanation only hold more generally in democratic and developed
Some of them are just
who believe that deregulation or no regulation is the best way to attract investment, promote trade.
You've seen the documentaries of sweatshops making garments all over the world, even in developed
Look at the health systems in so many
This landscape type is regarded as beautiful, even by people in
that don't have it.
The kids are from 25
It's not permanently in the exclusive economic zones of these five Central American countries, but it moves with the season.
And then a few years ago, a group of us, about 25 of us from 10 different countries, decided to see if we could retrace the footsteps of Abraham, going from his initial birthplace in the city of Urfa in Southern Turkey, Northern Mesopotamia.
In the developed world it's on average 80 kilograms per person per year, which goes up to 120 in the United States and a bit lower in some other countries, but on average 80 kilograms per person per year.
I became an industrial engineer, engineer in product development, and I focused on appropriate detection technologies, actually the first appropriate technologies for developing
A single decision that changed the course of families and lineages and
and history to the current day.
And most of these deaths are occurring in low- and middle-income
In most low- and middle-income countries, for instance, the ratio of psychiatrists to the population is something like one for every one and a half million people, which literally means that 90 percent of the people needing mental health services will not get it.
And I'm sure she's in awe when she realizes that something that she helped to pioneer is now spreading to other countries, like Malawi, the island of Zanzibar and coming closer to home here in the Unites States in the city of New York.
I think a world where half of our
and our companies were run by women, would be a better world.
It is not getting other
to arm themselves to the teeth with the weapons that we produce and we sell them.
It is using that money more rationally to make the
of the world secure, to make the people of the world secure.
One of the things that made this campaign work is because we grew from two NGOs to thousands in 90
around the world, working together in common cause to ban landmines.
The recycling of plastic in many developing
means the incineration of the plastic, the burning of the plastic, which releases incredible toxic chemicals and, once again, kills people.
Now, I know it's a widespread assumption in the West that as
modernize, they also westernize.
In other words, China, unlike the Western states and most
in the world, is shaped by its sense of civilization, its existence as a civilization-state, rather than as a nation-state.
The Chinese have a very, very different conception of race to most other
Now, this is completely different from the world's [other] most populous
What is happening is that, very rapidly in historical terms, the world is being driven and shaped, not by the old developed countries, but by the developing world.
MA: I think we're slowly changing, but obviously there are whole pockets in
where nothing is different.
And by the way, one of the things that I did at that stage was, I had just arrived at the U.N., and when I was there, there were 183
in the U.N. Now there are 192.
that had women representatives were Canada, Kazakhstan, Philippines, Trinidad Tobago, Jamaica, Lichtenstein and me.
The other thing that I think is really important: A lot of national security policy isn't just about foreign policy, but it's about budgets, military budgets, and how the debts of
So if you have women in a variety of foreign policy posts, they can support each other when there are budget decisions being made in their own