Empire with imperialism: the globalizing dynamics of neo-liberal capitalism
This book looks at the transformations in capitalist development over the past two decades, and the global projection of American power. It assesses the forces of resistance against global neoliberal capitalist development and imperialism, and explores the internal dynamics of the "anti-globalization movement."
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The Economic Basis of Imperial Power
The Imperial State
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Empire with Imperialism: The Globalizing Dynamics of Neo-liberal Capitalism
K De Feyter
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