Bangladesh and Political Change
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In this article, the writer looks at Bangladesh in terms of development and political change, The writer discusses that critically examining the development of Bangladesh indicates that this Third World nation's development has proceeded in accordance with dependency theory, which reflects the English School theory of international relations.
From the Paper:"Dependency theory posits a global society in which the largest member states establish and reformulate complex international rules and institutions in order to manage their relations with other states. These rules and institutions are presented by the larger states as being universally positive for all of international society, but in reality they often benefit the great powers at the expense of weaker and smaller powers like Bangladesh, which become dependent and powerless."
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