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Course Description

'Development' is commonly the framework through which countries of the south are understood, and incorporated into the world capitalist system. This course traces the historical and theoretical evolution of and resistance to the developmental project from post-colonialism to neoliberalism. The course also investigates the complexities of the politics of 'development' by examining the 'south' in the north; and by tackling the politics of the rise of China, India and Brazil in the global economy.(Global)

Requisites

Prerequisite: POG 225 or CPOL 208 or CPOL 540
Antirequisite: ACS 402
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Thank you for your interest in this course. Unfortunately, it is not scheduled for the Spring 2020 term.

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