I would say currently the most imminent issue would be US interferance with north and south korea. Not to say that they shouldn't protect the south, they should. I just think that in a dictatorship the vast majority of the population does not actually agree with what the leader (kim jun il) is doing. So when the United States threatens the North with military action, the majority that orginally agreed with the South's views is now going to see this as a direct threat to them and may possibly begin to resent the U.S. And we may lose a hidden ally. I refer to them as a hidden ally because honestly if civic war broke out in the north it the civilians and military that would attack the government would win. Through this the possibility of a democracy emerges. As for the long term I believe the biggest 2 problems in the U.S. Are crime and homelessness, both of which feed off each other. If we were more inclined to help the homeless, and I mean feed them and get those addicted to drugs into rehab as opposed to just throwing out cash, we would see a huge decrease in petty theft and drug trafficking.
- The greatest problem facing the country today is lack of responsibility because people do things on their own even they know it is bad or shall I say they are aware of, by having a baby at a young age is a big responsibility that comes in our life, we need to feed the baby in order to survive and to be able to survive we need a job so that we will had some food to eat to sustain our daily energy that our body needs.
I think the common is corruption, and also illegal in my opinion. I'm just a student so I can't describe.