This theoretical and practical overview of the international legal architecture between developing countries and advanced nations is divided into two parts, the first providing a theoretical overview of the philosophical implications of international development law principles; the second deals with international financial architecture.
Covers a range of contemporary topics such as global security, new technologies, ethics and learning, and participation. Has chapters on Global Health and Development in Practice, Environmentally Sustainable Development in Practice, and Corruption and Development. Features learning objectives, summaries, reading lists, and questions for discussion. Works as a practice-driven text packed with case studies. Global in perspective,
This work maps the concepts and theories currently used to explain development, where they came from, and where they may be going. It shows how real-life experiences of different countries and organizations have been inspired by, and contributed to, thinking on development.