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US-Mongol Construct 2000 Business Prospectus: Building A New Democracy | 2000

Researcher and Writer: David South Consultancy: David South Consulting Publisher and Client: USAID Published: 2000 Background: This excerpted text is from a business prospectus prepared in 1999 for USAID to promote construction opportunities in Mongolia to the US construction industry. At the time, Mongolia was in the grip of a severe crisis, called one of “the biggest peacetime economic collapses […]

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War, Peace And Development | May 2018

Preface It could be said the world and the global order both stand at a crossroads. Countries have never been so connected as they are today because of the communications revolution that began in the 1990s. The trade linkages brought about by the most recent phase of globalization (post-1980s) have dramatically increased prosperity for some […]

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1991-2000 Please find below some papers I published prior to the attacks of 9/11 (11 September 2001). Pax Chaotica: A Re-evaluation of Post-WWII Economic and Political Order In The Interests Of The Exploited?: The Role Of Development Pressure Groups In The UK A Steppe Back?: Economic Liberalisation And Poverty Reduction In Mongolia The Sweet Smell […]

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“What a tremendous magazine your team has produced! It’s a terrific tour de force of what is interesting, cutting edge and relevant in the global mobile/ICT space… Really looking forward to what you produce in issues #2 and #3. This is great, engaging, relevant and topical stuff.” Rose Shuman, Founder & CEO, Open Mind and Question Box By David South, Development […]