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War, Peace, and Development in Rwanda

WAR, PEACE, and DEVELOPMENT in RWANDA

By: Gerald F. Witherspoon, Sr. 20140828

Many, if not all, religious texts agree, “The love of money is the root of all evil”. 808 more words

International Development

Globalization, Development, and Rwanda

GLOBALIZATION, DEVELOPMENT, and RWANDA

By: Gerald F. Witherspoon, Sr. 20140824

Development can be analyzed at three separate levels (systemic, state, and individual).  Therefore, development is more appropriately a multi-leveled issue. 1,829 more words

International Development

Globalization, Democratization, and Rwanda

GLOBALIZATION, DEMOCRATIZATION, and RWANDA

By: Gerald F. Witherspoon, Sr. 20140813

Sceptics and transformationalists of the globalization camp emphasize international trade and structural disadvantages as responsible for economic marginalization and irreversible underdevelopment (Herath 2009, 822). 1,207 more words

International Development

Developing States and their Shared Characteristics

DEVELOPING STATES and their SHARED CHARACTERISTICS

By: Gerald F. Witherspoon, Sr. 20140804

Some states are considered to be “developing” because academicians took up the case to establish a philosophical construct that divides the socio-economic and political spheres of the world. 945 more words

International Development

Monsoon summer

in monsoon summer
the sky grows sad
its eyelids sag and
heavy tears wash
dirt away from river
banks. houses sleeping
up on top are lost, 426 more words

Travel

revisiting meat: what we eat affects everything

Meat has just been pushed back up the agenda again. Cambridge and Aberdeen Universities have estimated that there will be a rise in greenhouse emissions if meat and dairy consumption continues to rise at the current rate. 769 more words

Why making foreign aid policy is like choosing a car...

This post was originally posted on website of ANU’s College of Asia and the Pacific  on 26 August, 2014.

The more I think about it, the more it seems the decisions states make about how they will give foreign aid are like the ones we make about our cars. 1,016 more words

Global Development