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Current Affairs’ Reflection on Four Perspectives – by Sariahvn

Because of the globalization there are many events occurring in the world nowadays which people call as current affairs in another way. Current affairs reflect on four aspects of humans’ life such as environment, economic, science and technology, and also on culture through countries around the world. Initially, there are lots of global issues that human being facing as global warming causes increasing the sea level, the ozone layer is thinner time by time, acid raining and many environmental problems else. While water extermination and air pollution are happening around the earth and they cause people living in the shortage of fresh water source together with bad influences to humans’ health. Besides that, natural calamities sometimes occur and damage residents’ life as well as the economy in many countries they go over. Moreover, natural resources like oil, gas, coal,… are in their scope and they gradually decrease and become rare whereas humans’ wants and needs are unlimited all the time. There are still there many other current events looked at from environmental perspective everyday. Secondly, current affairs reflect on economical side of the world. For instance, people consider present issues in term of agriculture, industry, and trade. A lot of organizations both regional and international are appearing in the world nowadays such as WTO, GATT, IMF, WB which plenty of improvements and advances for the global economy. Together with current events on environmental and economic aspects, many science and technology achievements that obviously make large changes in humans’ life. People nowadays have more comfortable life than ever ago. Internet, airplane, high speed train, robots are introduced into modern life of human being. Lastly, current affairs consider cultural aspect mostly through media. Exchanging culture between countries bring the world closer and the relationship as well as solidarity among those countries are improved.

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