Most of the urgent problems can only be solved with international cooperation. To what extent do you agree or disagree?
It is true that some people believe that cross-national cooperation is the only measure that can be tackled the majority of the emergent issues. While I accept that this may suit many people, I believe that not all acute problems can be coped with international organizations. On the one hand, it is widely agreed that many issues have reached a global level and only through the cooperation of a wide range of countries can be addressed. Firstly, global warming is an increasing concern for human around the world. For example, the famous Kyoto Protocol is the result of international cooperation, which has been implemented for many years in an attempt to reduce the emission of greenhouse gas. Secondly, our world is facing lots of terrorism, there are many murders and bombing which need worldwide support and assistance. For instance, multi-national cooperation needs to tackled terrorist acts from the Islamic State (IS), which has taken the lives of many innocent people in the world. On the other hand, most alarming problems can solely be coped with the local authorities. First, education, health, and poverty can only be solved by their governments. In particular, the global support’s aid is temporary, therefore the governments have to implement the good policies to develop their countries, give poor people chances to improve their standard of living. Furthermore, corruption is the urgent issues that can only be dealing with the independent development and reform of individual countries. The international organization has no authority to inquiry a country’s government, which can only be prevented by the residents and officials. In conclusion, while the cross-national organization is an effective way in dealing with many of acute problems, it seems to me that there are also a large number of urgent issues that require the domestic resolution and action instead of global support.