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Charles Dexter Ursabia GED105/MRR2 First, the definition of the Global South. The Global South refers to developing or least developed countries, the underdevelopment of a particular country / society, and a lack of representation in the global political process. Another definition is inequality between states, that is, an imbalance in the total economic and political power between states. The Global South also signifies the "third world" or the logic of order, rejecting "colonialism" by critics of the United States, the Soviet Union or the Cold War era. The southern part of the world is everywhere at the intersection of the complex political topography of acceptance and conquest. Global South is a reality and a temporary job. Another lesson learned from this article concerns inequality between countries and shows how this inequality necessitates the emergence of a category such as the Global South. In this sense, the so-called card opening. In terms of the Middle East,

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