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Balochistan: Seven Decades of Insurgency in Pakistan’s Restive South

Next year will signal 70 years since the beginning of a fierce separatist insurgency fought in Pakistan’s troubled southern province of Balochistan. Over much of the last seven decades the conflict has rumbled on at a relatively low intensity, punctuated by five distinct periods of heightened violence. 982 more words

Geopolitics

In search of a new development model between Western and Far Eastern one

Development itself is such a western term that emerged after post world-wars to recover what the European countries had enjoyed before the breakouts. During the next 60 years nations have seek their development under the westernised paradigm which considers capitalistic growth and progress as a synonym of development.  1,888 more words

The Daily Prompt - Substandard

It is very depressing to think about the kind of life people are exposed to in some underdeveloped and even developing nations of the world. The provision of a standard means of livelihood by the government of these countries is only a mirage. 171 more words

WordPress

Into the dead of the night

Say hello.

Hello.

I am at the bus terminal.

Finally, I’ve received my posting for NYSC- the retrogressive and utterly stupid program for the service of the fatherland. 676 more words

Journal Du Medicien

Jonathan’s six years plagued with corruption, underdevelopment – Ex-President’s kinsman, Kpodoh

The former Chief of Staff to ex-Bayelsa State Governor, Timipre Sylva, Perekeme Kpodoh has lambasted former President, Goodluck Jonathan, saying his six years in office was a waste and plagued with “corruption and underdevelopment.” 453 more words

Politics

Tendencies in global production of knowledge economy

When it comes to knowledge economy, the world geography can be divided into two territories: Atlantic North (Europe and North America) as the centre of innovative technology and the rest. 910 more words

The New Rulers of the World - A Summary

The New Rulers of the World (2001) by John Pilger provides a good example of a Dependency Theory analysis of the consequences of neoliberal globalisation, focusing on Indonesia as a case study. 2,803 more words

Global Development