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North and South in the World Political Economy 1st Edition

ISBN-13: 978-1405162777
ISBN-10: 1405162775
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North and South in the World Political Economy is a superb guide for the study of the critical North-South relations in this century. The authoritative, well thought out, effectively researched, and successfully integrated chapters present a full account of the broad set of problems that face today’s decision makers in both regions.
Jacek Kugler, Claremont Graduate University

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In the second half of the twentieth century, a good proportion of international relations was colored significantly by the East–West cleavage. Yet there is a good chance that the first half of the twenty-first century will be equally shaped by a North-South cleavage, where despite increased development and globalization, the political, social and economic distances between the North and South are becoming ever greater.

This path-breaking volume is one of the first dedicated exclusively to the problems of the North-South divide. The first two groups of essays focus on problems that especially afflict the global South in trade and development and that help maintain the North-South gap (such as poverty, disease, energy, financial crises, structural adjustment and human rights). The third cluster isolates particular points of conflict between North and South (such as political Islam, terrorism, weak states and nuclear weapon proliferation). A final group of articles then introduces a variety of factors that seek to ameliorate the North-South gap.

North and South in the World Political Economy will be essential reading for scholars and advanced students of international relations, international political economy and development studies.


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