Poverty in World Politics Whose Global Era? by Paris Yeros

Poverty in World Politics Whose Global Era?

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Poverty in World Politics Whose Global Era? by Paris Yeros

As globalizations of all sorts continue to gain momentum, the idea of democratic participation in political community is becoming ever less tangible. Poverty in World Politics features a collection of articles on the failures to realize democratic ideals in a global era, evident in the exclusionary processes of a globalizing world economy and the persistence and increase in poverty. The contributors draw upon methods and insights from varied fields, including International Relations, Development Studies, and Ethics, to address the contemporary ethical and political dilemmas and alternative with respect to world poverty.

About the Author

Sarah Owen Vandersluis and Paris Yeros are with the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

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248 pages


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Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA

Publication date

1st July 2000



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