What obligations do members of affluent nations have towards the world’s poor?

Instructions:Please answer the following question(s) in paragraph form. As a guide, your initial post needs to be around two paragraphs in length (what is most important however is that you fully answer the question(s) asked).To create your post, click on the topic to the left. On the following page, click create thread, then type in your submission and click submit. You will need to create an original post before you can view the posts of others. If you post a blank thread to gain access to the forum, you will receive a zero for your initial post, so be careful not to submit blank or incomplete threads.After your initial post, please read and respond to the posts of at least two other students (ask questions about their findings, share your experience in researching the questions, press them for more details, offer a critique of the material being discussed, share your personal thoughts (remembering to provide support for the claims that you make) – anything substantive that adds to the discussion! Your response posts need to be around one paragraph in length – 75 to 100 words (one or two sentences is not enough, and will not get you full credit). Avoid blind agreement – do not simply tell other’s that you like or agree with what they said – explain why, in each response. You must have at least two response posts to get full credit for the assignment.See the Syllabus section regarding discussion posts and the Discussion Rubric for additional information and grading criteria.Use the elements of critical thinking to help you craft your response. Use the elements of critical thinking to help you craft your response. – Alternative FormatsUse the standards of critical thinking to help you challenge the views of your fellow classmates. Use the standards of critical thinking to help you challenge the views of your fellow classmates. – Alternative FormatsQuestions:For this post, you need to develop a position arguing how you think we should deal with the problem of global suffering, considering the information presented by Peter Singer and Garrett Hardin relating to world hunger and poverty.What obligations do members of affluent nations have towards the world’s poor? Are we doing something morally wrong by not donating to aid agencies (be sure to consider Singer’s responses to the common objections given against donating – if he has addressed it, you would need to respond to him to invoke this as an objection).What is a just solution here? Do we owe others positive rights to assistance, or only negative rights from harm? If we do harm, do we owe restitution?Is Hardin correct, that aid will only leave us with the “tragedy of the commons?” Is this situation really analogous to life boats?Consider each question in a holistic manner as you craft your response.This assignment is not asking you to merely offer your opinion on the subject, but instead to offer a persuasive argument defending a justified view. You will need to refer to the articles that we have read, and make sure your claims are well-supported with good reasons and evidence.