January 6, 2014
I have recently read an article concerning the concept of ‚Eastern Europe’ and it’s validity today. I might not agree with all the points the author makes, but some of the conclusions are worthy to be retained and transferred in different debates, as they have an inherent value. The article can be found here, and the idea I want to retain from it is that while countries of the former Eastern Bloc have almost en masse decided to transition to a reality comparable to that of the Western Bloc, the paths they have chosen and thusly the objectives atained differ vastly. Keep this in mind, we will return to this shortly.
Wikipedia defines development in a variety of ways, depending on the type of development we are discussing. Given my professional background, i’ll darw your attention to the term development geography (DevG). DevG is a branch of geography with reference to […]