The Indian and Pakistani governments, rejecting world opinion to the contrary, continued the testing of nuclear weapons
In today’s world nuclear weapons are the biggest threat to the international security. Besides the fact that testing of nuclear weapons is a deadly thing to do, India and Pakistan have continued with the practice, they have continued to enrich their nuclear heads and keeping them. This is a suicidal act to do as they risk leakage of these deadly weapons to the outsiders and mostly terrorists who could use them to conduct their terrorism activities. The India Pakistan border remains one of the most dangerous borders in the world with fears that any country could attack the other for supremacy grounds.
Rejecting arguments made by numerous NGO’s and citizen for human rights, the U.S. signed a major trade agreement with China
The major trade agreement with china has led to loss of jobs to the Americans. Many people were against the idea of free trade between china and America. This was because it would mean that there would be massive loss of jobs. This was due to the fact that America exports would be needed less and hence people would focus more on imports from China. This was also feared that it would make America lose in the export power and hence it was expected that USA would not sign the deal. However, USA went ahead and signed the agreement.
Although Spanish and Italian domestic polls showed overwhelming opposition to U.S. unilateral plans to invade Iraq, the governments of Spain and Italy strongly supported the Bush Administration
Invasion of Iraq by Bush administration caused instability on the whole of Middle East. It was clear that the invasion of Iraq would cause massive deaths to both the civilians and the soldiers and hence although many governments in the world supported president Bush administration, many questioned the validity of the reasons that called for the invasion of Iraqi and they termed them as baseless.
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