Globalisation, Development, and Muslim Countries
This paper treats the emerging new world order not as a thing by itself but as a continuation of the age long gospel of laissez faire or freedom of trade. That freedom eventually resulted in the colonial exploitation of vast tracts of land by the European powers. The same desire to dominate the world so that the resources of the developing economies and their markets remain available to
|Date of creation:||2003|
|Publication status:||Published in Journal of Muslim Unity, IIUM 1.1(2003): pp. 41-57|
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