Author: Robert J. McMahon
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Keywords: periphery, war, cold
Number of Pages: 431
Published: 1996-04-15
List price: $32.00
ISBN-10: 0231082274
ISBN-13: 9780231082273

Focusing on the two tumultuous decades framed by Indian independence in 1947 and the Indo-Pakistani war of 1965, explores the evolution of American policy toward the subcontinent. McMahon analyzes the motivations behind America’s pursuit of Pakistan and India as strategic Cold War prizes. He also examines the profound consequences -for U.S. regional and global foreign policy and for South Asian stability -of America’s complex political, military, and economic commitments on the subcontinent. McMahon argues that the Pakistani-American alliance, consummated in 1954, was a monumenta

Author: Phinder Dulai
Publisher: Arsenal Pulp Press
Keywords: periphery, ragas
Number of Pages: 133
Published: 2002-07-01
List price: $12.95
ISBN-10: 1551520214
ISBN-13: 9781551520216

A raga is a melodic composition in Indian classical music that imparts certain emotions. Ragas From the Periphery is a collection that uses language as its instrument. Phinder Dulai is first and foremost a South Asian writer, and while issues of identity and cultural immersion are central to his work, they are not all-encompassing. His poems are intimate landscapes in which themes of work, family, and community are always present. Crossing cultures linguistically and metaphorically, Ragas From the Periphery is an impressive debut collection.

Authors:Kevin Featherstone, George Kazamias,
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: periphery, southern, europeanization
Number of Pages: 304
Published: 2001-09-01
List price: $170.00
ISBN-10: 0714650870
ISBN-13: 9780714650876

Europeanization" is a term increasingly used in the social sciences to descibe the impact, convergence or response of politicians and institutions in relation to the European Union. This volume explores the concept in a variety of different settings in order to clarify its meaning.

Author: Issa G. Shivji
Publisher: Mkuki Na Nyota Publishers
Keywords: framework, theoretical, periphery, african, accumulation
Number of Pages: 110
Published: 2009-05-01
List price: $19.95
ISBN-10: 9987080316
ISBN-13: 9789987080311

The "Washington consensus" which ushered in neo-liberal policies in Africa is over. It was buried at the G20 meeting in London in early April, 2009. The world capitalist system is in shambles. The champions of capitalism in the global North are rewriting the rules of the game to save it. The crisis creates an opening for the global South, in particular Africa, to refuse to play the capitalist-imperialist game, whatever the rules. It is time to rethink and revisit the development direction and strategies on the continent. This is the central message of this intensely argued book. Issa Shivji de

Author: Atul Kohli
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Keywords: industrialization, global, periphery, power, political, directed, development, state
Number of Pages: 478
Published: 2004-08-30
List price: $30.99
ISBN-10: 0521545250
ISBN-13: 9780521545259

The study undertakes a comparative analysis of the state as an economic actor in developing countries. Why have some developing country states been more successful at facilitating industrialization than others? An answer to this question is developed by focusing both on patterns of state construction and patterns of state intervention aimed at promoting industrialization. Four countries are analyzed in detail - South Korea, Brazil, India, and Nigeria - over the twentieth century.The states in these countries varied from cohesive-capitalist (mainly in Korea), through fragmented-multiclass (main

Authors:Michael J. Rowlands, Mogens Larsen, Kristian Kristia
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Keywords: directions, archaeology, new, world, periphery, ancient, centre
Number of Pages: 168
Published: 1987-11-27
List price: $69.95
ISBN-10: 0521251036
ISBN-13: 9780521251037

This collaborative volume is concerned with long-term social change. Envisaging individual societies as interlinked and interdependent parts of a global social system, the aim of the contributors is to determine the extent to which ancient societies were shaped over time by their incorporation in - or resistance to - the larger system. Their particular concern is the dependent relationship between technically and socially more developed societies with a strong state ideology at the centre and the simpler societies that functioned principally as sources of raw materials and manpower on the peri

Author: Stephan Haggard
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Keywords: cornell, studies, political, economy, countries, industrializing, periphery, politics, growth, newly, pathways
Number of Pages: 294
Published: 1990-09
List price: $24.95
ISBN-10: 0801497507
ISBN-13: 9780801497506
  
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