Third World countries have less wealth, military power, less education, health and are dominated by First World countries. The poor nations provide Natural Resources and cheap labor. These countries further provide a destination for obsolete technology, thus providing additional markets for developed nations to sell their seconds. Without this second hand economy, these nations would be without have any standard of living. Thus, a dependency is formed.
They didn't rule the world, but they colonized most countries in the world.
By countries all over the world
While the US was isolated from world affairs, countries like Japan, Italy and Germany aggressively invaded other countries and built up their militaries. With no country willing to stop them, World War II was bloodier and longer than it could have been if these countries had been stopped earlier.
Becasue Nigeria is a third world country, the dependency theory claims that world banks and organizations which lend money and help to third world countries from developed nations create a dependecy from Nigeria to developed countries.
Dependency on the mother country and not being able to properly function without the assist of outside sources
Third World countries.
Some say that overpopulation and lack of access to clean water are the main causes of depeasantisation in third world countries. Government corruption could be another contributing factor.
Rajesh Chandra has written: 'Industrialization and development in the Third World' -- subject(s): Industrial policy, Industrialization, Dependency on foreign countries
There are many different causes for poverty in third world countries. Third world countries are poor with very minimal resources to anything. Also these countries are still stuck in the colonial times and never recovered from these era's. With limited and mostly no resources at all it is unlikely for these countries to rise up and they remain poor. This causes violence, death, and corruption within the people who live there since they have nothing, which then leads to more problems without a way to fix.
the desire to raid Third World countries of their natural resources
There are 47 third world countries today.
Third World debt is external debt incurred by Third World countries. Third World debt is external debt incurred by Third World countries.
third world countries which are in debt to countries which have more money and material. Third world is when devolving countries are in debt. countries like Africa which have no money or materials .
Third world countries, or countries that are considered poorer countries of the world