The terms "north" and "south" have special meanings in the vocabulary of political science and international relations.
The term, North, refers to the rich or developed countries, which are usually located in the Northern Hemisphere. The term, South, refers to the poor or developing countries, which are usually located in the Southern Hemisphere. Relations between North and South have often been contentious.
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