Forsberg."Syrian Refugees, between Rocky Crisis in Syria and Hard Inaccessibility to Healthcare Services in Lebanon and Jordan." Conflict and Health 7.1 (2013): 7-18. Print.
Before the civil war in Syria, the country had…
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El-Khatib et.al point out that the United Nations had less to worry about the Millennium Development Goals in Syria before 2007 (8).
Apart from the effects on its own MDG, neighboring countries such as Jordan and Lebanon have been affected by the crisis. This shows the depth in which the crisis in Syria has affected the region’s economic condition (Allison, 801). In an argument by Alison et.al the impact on other countries has further cut down on the potential of Syria recovering from the effects of the war early enough (807).
Shojaei, Amir, KazemYoussefi, and Hossein Shams Hosseini."A CDA Approach to the Biased Interpretation and Representation of Ideologically Conflicting Ideas in Western Printed Media." Journal of Language Teaching and Research 4.4 (2013): 858-68. Print.
The article presents a summary of the paper by pointing out that Syria’s MDG has been significantly affected by the crisis. Shojaei, Kazemand & Hossein point out that the UN has cited Syria as the worst affected country by internal violence in the modern day (863). The UN is also keen to note that the country has become less humanity friendly as refugees from Syria are on the increase in Lebanon and Jordan.
UNDP."Responding to the Crisis in Syria." Responding to Crisis in Syria.N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2014. .
To further examine the impact of the crisis in Syria on its MDG, UNDP highlights data that show the effect on human development. About 100,000 persons have lost lives since the crisis in Syria. In addition, 4 million people are displaced within Syria and another 2 million are refugees in foreign countries. The article further points out that 3 million of 22 million populations of Syrians have been driven to extreme poverty as the poverty levels rise to 8% from almost 0% in 2007.
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In essence, MDG’s incorporate the basic parameters of a globalized world which was a creation of European countries towards the conclusion of the colonial period (Escobar 2004, 207-230). Development, on the other hand, was crucial in the sense that it denoted the significant blueprint to a new era.
It made it strong with administrative institutions, security and military forces, and even social systems and economic systems seemed quite strong and effective. Discussion Revolution outbreak The Syrian revolution traces its origin to the various coups and counter-coups that happened in the early 1960s.
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