Third World Politics: A Concise Introduction
September 1996, ©1996, Wiley-Blackwell
To illustrate the importance of these themes and issues, five
developing world regions are examined in detail: Latin America and
the Caribbean, South Asia, East and Southeast Asia, the Middle East
and North Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa. While based on Haynes's
previous publication, Third World Politics: A Concise Introduction
(1996), this is a new book, completely rewritten, with updated
regional analyses and data throughout. It concentrates on changes
in the developing world in the last decade, with an increased focus
on its international relations, complementing those chapters
concerned with domestic issues.
An ideal introduction as well as an invitation to further study, this text is essential reading for introductory students studying a range of courses including development studies, global politics, world politics, developing world politics, comparative politics, and international relations.
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