During the Cold War, alternative globalization projects were underway: socialist Eastern Europe and left-leaning countries in the Third World maintained close economic relations. The two worlds traded and exchanged know-how and technology. This book examines the specific spaces of interaction of these exchanges and discusses the consequences for those projects of globalization undertaken in both world regions.
Anna Calori,James Mark, Univ. of Exeter
Anne-Kristin Hartmetz, Bence Kocsev,Jan Zofka, Univ. of Leipzig