The South at the End of the Twentieth Century (häftad)
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1st ed. 1994
Palgrave Macmillan
Swatuk, Larry A.
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The South at the End of the Twentieth Century (häftad)

The South at the End of the Twentieth Century

Rethinking the Political Economy of Foreign Policy in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America

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This collection is concerned with revisiting and redefining the political economy - both empirical and theoretical - of 'foreign policy' in the South as we approach the twenty-first century: the position of post-colonial states and societies in the post-Bretton Woods and Cold War world. With a focus on Africa, Asia, the Caribbean and Latin America, this collection comparatively examines the impact of changing political and economic structures upon policy-makers and civil societies in the South.
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Tim Shaw is Research Professor and Graduate Program Director in Global Governance and Human Security at the University of Massachusetts Boston, USA and Emeritus Professor at the University of London, UK. He has an extraordinary record, both as a scholar and administrator, most recently as Professor and Director at the Institute of International Relations at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine in Trinidad; Associate Research Fellow at UNU Comparative Regional Integration Studies in Bruges and Senior Fellow at Centre for International Governance Innovation at the University of Waterloo. He has edited the International Political Economy series for Palgrave Macmillan for more than 30 years.


List of Tables - List of Figures - Notes on the Contributors - List of Acronyms - PART 1: INTRODUCTION - The South at the End of the 20th Century: an Overview; L.A.Swatuk & T.M.Shaw - PART 2: CHANGING STRUCTURES: NEW INTERNATIONAL DIVISIONS OF LABOUR AND POWER - The End of a Millenium: Changing Structures of World Order and the Post-Cold War Division of Labour; J.H.Mittelman - Triangles, Wrecked Angles and Beyond: the Post-Cold War Division of Power; R.Boardman - The New World Disorder: Towards Managed Trade and Economic Partnership for the Next Century; J.Devlin - Bibliography: Part 2 - PART 3: PRESENT TRENDS AND GENERAL RESPONSES: STRUCTURAL CHANGE, NEW REGIONALISMS, CIVIL SOCIETY - Europe and the South in the 1990s: Disengagement to the South and Integration to the North of the Sahara; C.Stevens - Regional Approaches to Security in the Third World: Lessons and Prospects; A.Acharya - The World Bank and NGOs; M.E.Denham - Bibliography: Part 3 - PART 4: AFRICA - Political Conditionality and Prospects for Recovery in Sub-Saharan Africa; J.O.Ihonvbere - Reflections on the State, Democracy and NGOs in Africa; J.E.Nyang'oro - Bibliography: Part 4 - PART 5: ASIA - New Regionalisms in Central Asia in the 1990s; K.Gharabaghi - Malaysia and Thailand: Models for Economic Development at the Margins?; R.Stubbs - Bibliography: Part 5 - PART 6: CARIBBEAN AND LATIN AMERICA - Structural Change in the Caribbean Compared: Graduation or Marginalization in the World Economy?; H.McBain - Caribbean Trade Options: Playing the North American, European and Latin American Cards; A.Segal - Globalizing Civil Society: Interpreting International NGOs in Central America; L.Macdonald - Bibliography: Part 6 - CONCLUSION - Survival in the 1990s: Revisioning the South in the New World (Dis)Order; T.M.Shaw - Bibliography: Conclusion - Index