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Imperialism Crisis And Class Struggle

Author : Henry Veltmeyer
ISBN : 9789004184145
Genre : Social Science
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This book of essays, written in honour of James Petras, address some of the most critical issues of our time: those of imperialism, crisis and class struggle. These issues allow the authors to identify both the the enduring verities and contemporary face of capitalism and Petras contributions.

Globalization Of Capital And The Nation State

Author : Berch Berberoglu
ISBN : UOM:39015056840567
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book provides a cogent analysis of the globalization process and the role of the imperial state in twentieth-century capitalist expansion on a world scale. It examines the development of capitalism and the capitalist state across national boundaries and traces the evolution of imperialism and inter-imperialist rivalries that have come to define the nature of the world political economy.

Class Struggle And Resistance In Africa

Author : Leo Zeilig
ISBN : 9781931859684
Genre : History
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Employing Marxist theory to address the postcolonial problems of several different countries, experts analyse such issues as the renewal of Islamic fundamentalism in Egypt, debt relief, trade union movements and strike action. Includes interviews with leading African socialists and activists.

Extractive Imperialism In The Americas

Author : James Petras
ISBN : 9789004268869
Genre : Social Science
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This book explores the changing face of US imperialism in the context of a system that is in crisis. At issue are the devastating effects of the turn of many multinational corporations towards ‘extractivism’—a pillage of society’s natural resources.

Globalization In The 21st Century

Author : B. Berberoglu
ISBN : 9780230106390
Genre : Science
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This book examines the development and transformation of global capitalism in the late twentieth and early twenty-first century.

Imperialism And The Crisis In The Socialist Camp

Author : Sam Marcy
ISBN : IND:30000004383711
Genre : Political Science
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Power And Resistance

Author : James Petras
ISBN : 1608467120
Genre : Political Science
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Two of the left s most important academics analyze the politics and economics of US imperialism s relationship with Latin America."

Beyond Neoliberalism

Author : Professor Henry Veltmeyer
ISBN : 9781409495031
Genre : Political Science
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The world is at the crossroads of social change, in the vortex of forces that are bringing about a different world, a post-neoliberal state. This groundbreaking book lays out an analysis of the dynamics and contradictions of capitalism in the twenty-first century. These dynamics of forces are traced out in developments across the world - in the Arab Spring of North Africa and the Middle East, in Cuba and elsewhere in Latin America, in the United States, and in Asia. The forces released by a system in crisis can be mobilized in different ways and directions. The focus of the book is on the strategic responses to the systemic crisis. As the authors tell it, these dynamics concern three worldviews and strategic responses. The Davos Consensus focuses on the virtues of the free market and deregulated capitalism as it represents the interests of the global ruling class. The post-Washington Consensus concerns the need to give capital a human face and establish a more inclusive form of development and global governance. In addition to these two visions of the future and projects, the authors identify an emerging radical consensus on the need to move beyond capitalism as well as neoliberalism.

Global Imperialism And The Great Crisis

Author : Ernesto Screpanti
ISBN : 9781583674598
Genre : Political Science
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In this provocative study, economist Ernesto Screpanti argues that imperialism—far from disappearing or mutating into a benign “globalization”—has in fact entered a new phase, which he terms “global imperialism.” This is a phase defined by multinational firms cut loose from the nation-state framework and free to chase profits over the entire surface of the globe. No longer dependent on nation-states for building a political consensus that accommodates capital accumulation, these firms seek to bend governments to their will and destroy barriers to the free movement of capital. And while military force continues to play an important role in imperial strategy, it is the discipline of the global market that keeps workers in check by pitting them against each other no matter what their national origin. This is a world in which the so-called “labor aristocracies” of the rich nations are demolished, the power of states to enforce checks on capital is sapped, and global firms are free to pursue their monomaniacal quest for profits unfettered by national allegiance. Screpanti delves into the inner workings of global imperialism, explaining how it is different from past forms of imperialism, how the global distribution of wages is changing, and why multinational firms have strained to break free of national markets. He sees global imperialism as a developing process, one with no certain outcome. But one thing is clear: when economic crises become opportunities to discipline workers, and when economic policies are imposed through increasingly authoritarian measures, the vision of a democratic and humane world is what is ultimately at stake.

Communication And Class Struggle Capitalism Imperialism

Author : Seth Siegelaub
ISBN : 0884770117
Genre : Political Science
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