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Superpowers – Edexcel A Level

On March 22, 2016 By

I will try and collect relevant posts here to help students in their research for the 2016 A level Geography Exam, Paper 3; Pre-release Superpowers.

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India – globalisation

On February 19, 2013 By

UK Prime Minister Cameron has been in India drumming up business for the UK economy.  

He has taken with him a collection of executives from UK industries. […]

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Hot topics in Development

On December 10, 2012 By

The years main topics;megacities;MDG’s and more

Read more about the years development issues here on the Guardians interactive site

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An excellent article from the Economist which looks at the territorial disputes in the Himalaya region.

A good read which should help you understand the […]

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The price of progress?

On February 14, 2012 By

Ethiopia is one of the world’s poorest countries and the images of children dying on our TV screens are etched into the minds of millions.

Surely then, moves […]

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Talks between India and the EU may result in patients in poor countries being denied access to essential drugs.

At risk are cheap generic drugs to treat some […]

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Starbucks continues its global expansion by planning 50 new outlets in India in a deal with Tata – the countries biggest business house.

This is a good example […]

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 Until about two decades ago, India ranked among the poorest countries of the world. The disparity is glaring now because India boasts of the fastest number of growing “dollar […]

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