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10) Sometimes it is seen that a country which perceives its neighbour as its enemy and threat to its existence doesn’t receive its neighbour’s help nor does it allow its neighbour to carry on relief work when it’s needed most during events such as aftermath of an earthquake or severe floods. Whereas, a country which sees its neighbour as its friend accepts its help during the times of need. Should people suffer because of bad relationship between two governments? What do you understand by ethics in international relations? Discuss. (200 Words)

Topic: strengthening of ethical and moral values in governance

10) Sometimes it is seen that a country which perceives its neighbour as its enemy and threat to its existence doesn’t receive its neighbour’s help nor does it allow its neighbour to carry on relief work when it’s needed most during events such as aftermath of an earthquake or severe floods. Whereas, a country which sees its neighbour as its friend accepts its help during the times of need. Should people suffer because of bad relationship between two governments? What do you understand by ethics in international relations? Discuss. (200 Words)

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