Sai Anirudh
I don't know what exactly is confusing you here. Go through the article again. It is quite clear in mentioning that this system of segregating countries as first world, second world and third world countries is a relic of the cold war era and that a third world country is one that neither supported Russia nor US during the Cold war. It so happened that most of the countries that fell in the category of third world countries were poor and the term “third world” started becoming a derogatory word. So no matter how advanced we become in terms of technology and development, even if India becomes the richest country on this planet, by the original definition, we would still be a third world country. Same goes for countries like Australia and Canada. No matter how poor they get, they will always still be first world countries by the original definition

我不知道你在這里具體困惑了什么。再次閱讀一下文章,它很清楚地提到,將國家分為第一世界、第二世界和第三世界是冷戰時期的遺物,第三世界國家指的是在冷戰期間既不支持俄羅斯也不支持美國的國家。恰好大多數被歸類為第三世界國家的國家都很貧窮,因此“第三世界”一詞開始變成了一種貶義詞。所以,無論我們在技術和發展方面有多先進,即使印度成為地球上最富裕的國家,按照原始定義,我們仍然是一個第三世界國家。對于澳大利亞和加拿大等國家也是如此。無論他們變得多么貧窮,按照原始定義,他們仍將是第一世界國家。