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Marx and Engels
First Marxist Theories of Imperialism and of Nation
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Amin analysis approach areas argued Austro-Marxist become bourgeois Bukharin capitalism capitalist capitalist countries capitalist mode China Chinese class struggle colonies Comintern communism concept conflict context contradiction Cuba deformed workers diplomatic doctrine domestic domination East economic Eurocommunist European existence fact forces foreign policy global Gramsci hegemony historical materialism ibid idea ideological imperialist international law international politics international relations international system Lenin Leninist Luxemburg Marx and Engels Marx's Marxist theories mode of production movement nature non-aligned movement non-alignment oppressed particular Pashukanis peaceful coexistence periphery position proletarian internationalism regard relations amongst relationship revolutionary role social formations socialist countries socialist international socialist international law sovereignty Soviet theory Soviet Union Stalin states-system strategy structure substructure superpower superstructure theoretical theory of imperialism theory of international Third World three worlds tradition transition Trotsky Trotskyists United USSR Vietnam Vietnamese Western Marxists whilst world economy world revolution world-system