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From the Publisher"As a whole, but also in terms of its individual chaptercontributions, this collection very much succeeds in telling itsreadership something important and unforgettable about the changingprocesses of international relations."
Development and Change
"Focusing on key issues of inequality and development such ashealth, international debt and human rights, Globalization,Development and Human Security provides the reader withsophisticated analyses of the challenges that globalization isposing for development in the contemporary world. Students andinterested readers alike will gain from reading this book."
Shirin M. Rai, University of Warwick
"There has been a permanent restructuring of the globalpolitical economy, to such an extent that the fundamental ways inwhich we approach 'development' must be overhauled. This bookperforms a signal and valuable service in helping us do that.Anthony McGrew's incisive Introduction lays bare an agenda whichthe book addresses in a series of fine essays."
Stephen Chan, School of Oriental and AfricanStudies
"Globalization, Development and Human Security offers apenetrating and wide-ranging look at the global politics of whatused to be called 'the third world' and the ways in whichglobalization has reframed the development project. It deals withsome very established themes—foreign aid, gender anddemocratization among them—as well as HIV/AIDS, human rights andthe politics of grass roots contention. A collection to berecommended to students and researchers alike."
Jean Grugel, University of Sheffield