This book takes readers through the fascinating, complex Third World connections that shape our lives in profound but subtle ways.
Related books and articles
Economic Policies at Cross-Purposes: The United States and Developing Countries By Anne O. Krueger The Brookings Institution, 1993
Intervention and Revolution: The United States in the Third World By Richard J. Barnet The World Publishing Company, 1968
The United States and North Africa: A Cognitive Approach to Foreign Policy By Azzedine Layachi Praeger Publishers, 1990
The European Union and the South: Relations with Developing Countries By Stanley, Robert W., Jr. Military Review, Vol. 79, No. 1, March/April 1999
[Women, Work & Gender Relations in Developing Countries: A Global Perspective] By Porter, Marilyn Ghorayshi, Parvin Belanger, Claire Resources for Feminist Research, Vol. 26, No. 1/2, 1998
Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).
Sino-US Relations By Zemin, Jiang Presidents & Prime Ministers, Vol. 6, No. 3, May-June 1997
Liberia: Going against the Grain; Why Does Liberia Want to Host the US Military Command for Africa (Africom) against the Better Judgement of Other African Countries? Lansana Gberie, Just Back from Monrovia, Reports on the Thinking of the Liberian Leadership and Other Unresolved Matters Facing the Country By Gberie, Lansana New African, No. 468, December 2007
Central Asia and Russian Relations: Breaking out of the Russian Orbit? By Swanström, Niklas The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Vol. 19, No. 1, Fall 2012
Iran Looks to Europe to Counter US Influence Relations with Britain, France, the Netherlands Said to Be Thawing, but US Ties Still Frozen By Claude van England, Monitor The Christian Science Monitor, May 8, 1991
Developing 30 Years of EU-ASEAN Partnership By Manila Bulletin, November 23, 2007