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The Global Politics of Unequal Development

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Although the phrase 'North-South' divide is not heard so much these days, what separates rich countries from poor countries is a question that is still very much with us. Anthony Payne offers a new way of thinking about...

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Although the phrase 'North-South' divide is not heard so much these days, what separates rich countries from poor countries is a question that is still very much with us. Anthony Payne offers a new way of thinking about these issues, grounded in the insights of global political economy and interpreting contemporary global politics as a contest between the development strategies of competing countries.

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A pathbreaking text by a leading figure
Highly topical coverage, comprehensive and well presented

PART I:INTRODUCTION
Framework of Analysis
Founding Theses
PART II: STRUCTURAL CONTEXT
Material Capabilities
Contending Ideas
Global Institutions
PART III: DIPLOMATIC ARENAS
Finance
Trade
Environment
PART IV: CONCLUSION
Unequal Development.

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ANTHONY PAYNE is Professor of Politics, University of Sheffield, UK.

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ANTHONY PAYNE is Professor of Politics, University of Sheffield, UK.

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