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The US policy towards the Islamic world since the beginning of the 1970s has experienced the challenge of responding to three major crises in the region: the Arab oil embargo of 1973 and the consequent accumulation of petrodollars in the hands of a few traditional, Arab monarchies; the Islamic...
Western China, known for its diverse ethnic cultures and abundant natural resources, is a vast territory with a great potential for development owing to its unique geographic location in proximity to China's neighbouring countries. Still, it remains underdeveloped and lags far behind the rest of...
Japan has been the ‘single largest donor’ to Bangladesh ever since diplomatic ties were established in February 1972 between the two, although one can always ask whether such huge official development assistance (ODA) has been effective in contributing to the sustainability accomplishments of...
The twentieth century began, well after the First World War, to focus on the rights of minorities and their linkages with general peace and welfare. The record of the League of Nations, however, was not very encouraging. This is perhaps why, in the post-Second World War period, the international...
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