This paper analysed the relation between Third World countries and the modern political terms of state, globalisation and democracy. At first glance these terms have nothing in common except their western origins. However, our thesis is that the terms state, globalisation and democracy are indirectly related to the Third World in several ways. We argue that these three institutions are tools used by the Western bourgeoisie, in its attempt to dominate Third World regions economically, politically and ideologically. In order to support this argument we divide our assignment into four sections. Firstly, we examine the role and nature of the institution of state in the Third World, secondly, we emphasise the nature and impacts of neoliberal globalisation in these specific regions, thirdly we analyse the democratisation process and the western attempt for political domination in the South and finally we examine the direct and indirect links between the process of economic globalisation and the democratisation process in Third World regions.
|Keywords:||Third World, Globalisation, State, Democracy, Imperialism|
Researcher, Pedagogical School, University of Western Macedonia, Florina, Florina, Greece
Professor of Sociology, Pedagogic School, University of Western Macedonia, Florina, Florina, Greece
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