Aren't the reservations curbing the country's growth in the long run? Are the most developed countries are having reservations even though there are sociological problems ?
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
Why is crime still not been controlled in developed countries ?
by John Wilson 2 years ago
What country's military has intervened in more countries than any other country in the world? There's no other country in the world that has intervened in so many foreign countries. Supposedly a Democratic country, it used it's military to massacre of it's own people. No massacre since comes close...
by Rhonda D Johnson 5 years ago
Why are People Still Starving in IndiaSince I was a kid, we've heard of the hungry children in India and Africa. With all the NGOs and missionaries helping them, why are they still poor and hungry? These are able men and women whose land has been raped and ravaged and colonized by these...
by Astralrose 5 years ago
What makes a developed country better to live in?India is a developing country and I have many personal complaints when it comes to many things -politics, environmental, social issues among others so I am wondering why not migrate to other countries because it seems like they're better than here....
by Peeples 6 years ago
Have we always blamed one president for all the country's problems for years?Since I am not old enough to remember much before Clinton, have we as a country always done this blaming thing or is this blame one president for all the world's problems new? I mean at what point do you start blaming...
by Lisa HW 8 years ago
Just a thought. Who knows how this thread will go.As I mentioned in a Fourth-of-July thread, a Boston television station had a piece about how 40% of 18- to 29- year olds surveyed didn't know why Americans celebrate the Fourth-of-July. I don't think most people would expect most...
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