World Orders, Development and Transformation

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byEunice N Sahle

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The book examines the emergence of hegemonic development ideas and practices in the context of shifts in world orders post-1945 and debates concerning the transforming of the prevailing world order characterized by neoliberalism and securitization of development and security. It also examines the rise of China and the start of Obama's presidency.

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The book examines the emergence of hegemonic development ideas and practices in the context of shifts in world orders post-1945 and debates concerning the transforming of the prevailing world order characterized by neoliberalism and securitization of development and security. It also examines the rise of China and the start of Obama's ...

Eunice N. Sahle is Associate Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA. Her current research focuses on historical and contemporary processes of globalization, feminist political economy, colonialism, development studies, social movements, human rights, the African diaspora in Canada and France, and the politic...
Format:PerfectDimensions:272 pages, 8.5 × 5.7 × 0.8 inPublished:June 22, 2010Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230221076

ISBN - 13:9780230221079

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Table of Contents

List of Tables * Acknowledgements * Abbreviations * Introduction * PART I: WORLD ORDERS AND DEVELOPMENT DISCOURSES * Analytical Framing * World Orders, Development Discourse, and Coloniality * State, World Order, and Development: Malawi and South Korea *  PART II: NEO-LIBERAL AND SECURITIZING WORLD ORDER: DEBATING TRANSFORMATION * Global Governance * Russia, China, Africa and Multi-Polarity * Human Security, Neo-Liberalism, and Securitization of Development * World Social Forum *Epilogue: Global Financial Crisis, Barack Obama's Presidency, and World Order * Notes * Bibliography * Index