#Cyberpeacefare #Global Poverty #The Difference #Congress Man Adam Smith #Mahatma Gandhi

"Global poverty is one of the most pressing moral challenges we face today.Yet, it's more than just a moral problem that billions of people around the world are struggling to survive It is also in our national security interests that we reduce global poverty. Popular ions that struggle in extreme poverty are more likely to become mired in destabilizing conflicts, or worse, become havens or recruiting grounds for terrorist organizations.This is an issue that we cannot afford to neglect"--Congress Man Adam Smith
"The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing will suffice to solve most of the world problems"---Mahatma Gandhi
Seems the congress of world leaders in New York will make the difference.

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