Global Restructuring and Peripheral States: The Carrot and the Stick in Mauritania
Since the early 1980s, Structural Adjustment Programs (SAPs) have represented the development policy most often pursued in developing countries. Global Restructuring and Peripheral States addresses SAPs and their implications for Third World states. Taking a pioneering geopolitical and economic approach, Ould-Mey examines the restructuring of international relations through the process of globalization and its unfolding within peripheral states such as Mauritania.
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Concrete and Theoretical Contexts
Globalization and Peripheral States
The Mauritanian Context
Denationalization From National to Multilateral State
Denationalization Lenders and NGOs within the State
Globalization and Devaluation of the Economy
Social Dimension of SAPs
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