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From the PublisherThis is a craftsman-like treatment of an important subject in the fields of political science, political economy, international affairs, and Middle East/North African studies. Clear and direct, it is accessible to lay readers and specialists alike.— John P. Entelis, editor of Islam, Democracy, and the State in North Africa
"The topic is very significant. As developed countries in Europe, North America, and Asia become increasingly integrated, those countries on the periphery will be marginalized or become clients. This book shows how this happens, why this happens, and what the process looks like."— Matthew J. Costello, Saint Xavier University"