State Building In Africa: A Comparative Study of South Africa and the Democratic Republic of the Congo by Michael Brulotte
Approx. 2,710 words.
Published on March 14, 2013.
With the impetus of industrialization and the eruption of global economies, the growing disparity between poor and wealthy nations has impelled political scientists to ask why some nations are caused to prosper and others doomed to fail. That is, to investigate what inherent or developed factors determine the political, economic, and social realities of the world.