Trade blocs, not secession, will help poorer regions to develop
2 months ago, 1 Jan 23:54
The latter part of last year was dominated by talk on secession, which is not likely to go away soon as its advocates still allege marginalisation. The proponents of secession claimed it would cure alleged marginalisation, which they said contributed to their regions’ underdevelopment. What has not been clear is if, indeed, secession would actually solve the problem of underdevelopment. At the formation of the United Nations in 1945, there were about 76 independent countries. Today, there are al ...
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