Annual Editions: Developing World 11/12

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  • Edition: 21st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-09-22
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Dushkin

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Table of Contents

Correlation Guide
Topic Guide
Internet References
Understanding the Developing World
Unit Overview
The New Face of Development
How Development Leads to Democracy: What We Know about Modernization
The New Population Bomb: The Four Megatrends That Will Change the World
The Ideology of Development
The Case against the West: America and Europe in the Asian Century
Political Economy and the Developing World
Unit Overview
Industrial Revolution 2.0
A Tiger Despite the Chains: The State of Reform in India
The Poor Man’s Burden
Cotton: The Huge Moral Issue
Taking the Measure of Global Aid
The New Colonialists
A Few Dollars at a Time: How to Tap Consumers for Development
The Politics of Hunger: How Illusion and Greed Fan the Food Crisis
The Micromagic of Microcredit
Many Borrowers of Microloans Now Find the Price Is Too High
Haiti: A Creditor, Not a Debtor
Conflict and Instability
Unit Overview
Fixing a Broken World, The Economist, January 31, 2009
Afghanistan’s Rocky Path to Peace
A Nation on the Brink
Africa’s Forever Wars
The Most Dangerous Place in the World
Africa’s New Horror
Behind Iran’s Crackdown, an Economic Coup
Mexico’s Drug Wars Get Brutal
Call in the Blue Helmets, The Economist, January 6, 2007
Political Change in the Developing World
Unit Overview
Crying for Freedom, The Economist, January 16, 2010
In Sri Lanka, the Triumph of Vulgar Patriotism
Bring Me My Machine Gun
Free at Last?
"Moderates" Redefined: How to Deal with Political Islam
The Islamists Are Not Coming
The Transformation of Hamas
Adios, Monroe Doctrine: When the Yanquis Go Home
The Return of Continuismo?
Perilous Times for Latin America
Population, Resources, Environment, and Health
Unit Overview
Is a Green World a Safer World?: Not Necessarily
The Last Straw
The World’s Water Challenge
Water Warriors, Maude Barlow, The Nation, April 14, 2008
Soot from Third-World Stoves Is New Target in Climate Fight
Population, Human Resources, Health, and the Environment: Getting the Balance Right
Reversal of Fortune: Why Preventing Poverty Beats Curing It
Women and Development
Unit Overview
The Women’s Crusade
Gendercide, The Economist, March 6, 2010
Women in Developing Countries 300 Times More Likely to Die in Childbirth
Educating Girls, Unlocking Development
Girls in War: Sex Slave, Mother, Domestic Aide, Combatant
Remember the Women?
Women in the Shadow of Climate Change
Recession Hits Women in Developing Countries
Women’s Rights as Human Rights: The Promotion of Human Rights as a Counter-Culture
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