Breaking Barriers: Stories of Twelve Women
In this era of 'globalization', we hear a great deal about a 'new imperialism', the hegemony of global capital and its chief enforcer, the US. Today, with the US promising an endless 'war against terrorism' and a policy of 'preemptive defence', this notion seems more plausible than ever. But what does imperialism mean in the absence of colonial conquest and direct imperial rule?
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