Territories in globalization: unequal integration (correction)

What would you have answered to such a subject? Here is our suggested answer key for this question that came out in the baccalaureate in 2013.

Corrected outline

I. The poles of globalization

1. Major poles of international trade and megalopolises
2. Flows polarized by the triad and the main emerging areas
3. Discrepancies between rich countries

II. Peripheries in the process of development and integration

1. NICs, Newly Industrialized Countries, and Emerging Countries
2. Metropolises of the South and oil-producing countries
3. Discrepancies between southern countries

III. Territories on the margins of integration

1. Least developed countries
2. Flows between dependent least developed countries
2. Empty territories: without human occupation

→ Correction: South Africa: an emerging country

6 thoughts on “Territories in globalization: unequal integration (correction)

  1. @Kloe: Hi Kloe, thanks for sharing! The share button for Twitter and Facebook is at the top of the page, to the right of the title. So in the upper right corner of the article. If you cannot find it, check that you do not have an extension in your browser that would block these buttons. Hoping to have been able to help you, have a nice day and thank you again, The Academics in Politics team.

  2. Thank you for this article, it would be necessary to add the sharing buttons to be able to twitter it more easily Kloe

  3. The correction neglects the maritime territories, at the heart of globalization, which are also unevenly integrated. -→ dynamic maritime interfaces that open up to the world and to maritime exchanges which represent 70% of world trade (ex Northern Range) EEZ → source of tension between States (ex China/Japan) → issue related to potential hydrocarbons in the oceans Arctic glacial ocean on the fringes, any maritime impracticable (ice floe) Maritime spaces prey to piracy, risky Strategic passages of globalization such as the Strait of Hormuz through which transits 30% of hydrocarbons, the Suez Canal. So. I think we could talk about that too! 🙂

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