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Envisioning South-South relations and development: past, present, and futures

Edited by: Pak Nung Wong

  1. Content type: Research

    In April 1955, a historic conference was held in Bandung, Indonesia. Political leaders from 29 Asian and African countries gathered on the initiative of the leaders from China, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, and ...

    Authors: Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo

    Citation: Bandung: Journal of the Global South 2015 2:9

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  2. Content type: Research

    This paper explores the ecological effects of the top-down Ganges Basin water management systems in Chapra, Bangladesh, based on my ethnographic fieldworka data collected in 2011-12. An example of this top-down s...

    Authors: Mohhamed Anwar Hossen

    Citation: Bandung: Journal of the Global South 2015 2:14

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  3. Content type: Research

    Climate change poses severe threats to developing countries. Scientists predict entire states (e.g. Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Tuvalu, and Maldives) will become inhabitable. People living in these states have...

    Authors: Eberhard Weber

    Citation: Bandung: Journal of the Global South 2015 2:6

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  4. Content type: Research

    There are apparent differences between the developed North and the economically weak South. The relations between the North and South are marked by dichotomies and in order to deal with the challenges posed by...

    Authors: Soosaipillai I Keethaponcalan

    Citation: Bandung: Journal of the Global South 2015 2:1

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