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  1. The 'poverty trap'
  2. The improvement of State capacity thanks to its relations with its civil society
  3. More cooperation among the developing countries

It is very important to understand that societies and governments from poor countries play the most important role in their development. Indeed, they are the masters of the development and the eradication of poverty in their countries and developed countries cannot play this part instead of them. Some theories such as the "dependency theory" developed in the 1960s and 1970s, state that poor countries will never go out of poverty because of the structure of the world system which makes all resources go from the "periphery" or poor countries to central rich countries. In other words, the unbalanced relationship between developed and developing countries creates such conditions that poor countries will never be able to drag themselves out of poverty and will remain exploited by developed countries.

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