This paper analyzes in depth and details the effects of new emerging states, with high rates of economic growth and growing political influence, and their role in altering the conceptions of core and periphery. The growth of the world in recent years can be described to be particularly exemplary with strides being made all across the core and periphery states.
For some advanced ideologies it has been presumed that the periphery is the log of the international development spectrum, with more honor and recognition being accosted to the core.
Politics is a whole different ball game as compared to economics. The main distinguishing factor that primarily stands out in our determination of supremacy is the length of time enjoyed in terms of independence and self-support. With these parameters in place it becomes quite easy to single out the most supreme purely on this virtue.
The tear that exists between genders, principalities and states is as the main factor of consideration. A close analysis, reveals see the essence behind the ideology since it is by this reason that some world affairs occurred. Most notably is the colonial era, the first and Second World War and the recent economic resections that cut across the world
Women were at a disadvantage with a lot of factors playing against them residually to the effect of creating a block and entanglement between them and the developing world. Such factors were that; women were easily victimized, lacked the power and ability of confrontation and lacked the platform to begin from.