The Geopolitics of Globalization: The Consequences for Development
The Key Underlying Concern Of The Book Is The Lesson That The Evolution And Contemporary Structering Of Globalization Holds For Developing Countries. For The Author The Explanation For Both The Advance Of Contemporary Globalization And Its `Truncated` Nature (Confinement To The U.S., Europe, And Japan) Lies In Geopolitics.
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Globalization Geopolitics and Development
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