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Living at the Borderlines: Caribbean Sovereignty and Development


  

from: Ian Randle Publishers

 : Living at the Borderlines: Caribbean Sovereignty and Development
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Binding: Paperback
Brand: Brand: Ian Randle Publishers
EAN: 9789766371487
Feature: Used Book in Good Condition
ISBN: 9766371482
Item Dimensions: 902598170118
Label: Ian Randle Publishers
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Ian Randle Publishers
MPN: black & white illustrations
Number Of Items: 1
Number Of Pages: 580
Publication Date: 2003-03
Publisher: Ian Randle Publishers
Studio: Ian Randle Publishers

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"The idea that the Caribbean could be devolving downward in wealth, function and sovereignty has become a recurrent theme in both academic and popular literature. By focusing on some of the current issues facing Caribbean nation states, the editors and contributors to this volume hope to inform and contribute to the ongoing debate on the broad themes of Sovereignty and Development and the prospects for survival of Caribbean nation states in a globalised world. While some of the papers seek to describe and analyse the range and complexity of the challenge to national sovereignty and public policy autonomy, others focus on issues relating to small country size, gender and ethnic tensions, security, constitutional reform and regional integration. The result is a balanced perspective; the contributors do not gloss over the problem faced by the region. At the same time they do not present a hyper-pessimistic picture of Caribbean development prospects. What gives the collection a particular dynamism is the way in which the authors have challenged the terrain of political possibilities traditionally defined for small peripheral socities. "





 



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