In this book, contributors explore the challenges presented by political, cultural, religious, social, and economic practices to the future development of the nation-states in the developing world. The essays gathered here-authored by seasoned scholars with deep social, political, and academic roots in Africa, Asia, and Latin America-offer holistic examinations of how improvements in politics, social arrangements, and information communication technologies contribute to the effectiveness of these emerging nations' internal politics and influence on world affairs. This work wi
Liberal democratization and democracy Law enforcement issues Human rights constraints Gender marginalization: a discourse on the status of women in South Asia and how it might be tackled Mexican political development and its influence on Central America The politics of development and protection of the environment Boosting access to computer technology as a way of improving education.
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