Peter Molloy, undergraduate in Modern Languages at the University of Cambridge, discusses Britain’s potential to play a positive role in Central.
Central Asia Between Eastern Europe and the Developing Asia: Academic Invisibility from a World Systems Theoretical Point of View
World systems theory (WST) dates back to Immanuel Wallerstein, who developed his understanding on world power relations by building on Marxist concepts of capitalist world system and on the core-periphery models of dependency theories. WST suggests the division of the world (of anything) to central, peripheral and semi-peripheral agents. While most analysts used WST to…
Suma Chakrabarti is president of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development I am, by temperament and outlook on life, an optimist. That makes me a strong enthusiast for all the different regions where the EBRD works. I am, however, particularly excited about the future of Central Asia – and not just because I was…