A Re-Reading of Third Worldism in an Up-to-date International Economic Order

Publication Date: 15/10/2020

Author(s): Abib Sène.

Volume/Issue: Volume 3 , Issue 3 (2020)


In a context of Cold War, the world deglobalized itself to let appear a hierarchized and divided face from where one could localize a Western area, an Eastern zone, a Northern region and a Southern expanse. Mainly dominated by the West and the East antagonistic relationships, the world international interactions welcomed a third block that stood as a point of contact between the two ideological and political slabs to illustrate a philosophy of non-alignment. It is such a context of mutual suspicion and high distrust that has inspired this paper which, indeed, targets to pinpoint the moving and changing place of the Third-World in the worldwide economy and its relations with other areas in a current background of a global pandemic.


Cold War, Third Worldism, Third-World Economic Order, Global Pandemic

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