by Aet Annist The last century has created several important bipolarities: East and West, South and North, capitalism and Communism. Somehow, we seem to like to consider our many-faceted world in such terms. One of the most persistent and powerful bipolarities has been the division of the world into the developed and the undeveloped. This […]

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