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Politics of Empire, The: Globalisation in Crisis (Electronic book text)
Politics of Empire, The: Globalisation in Crisis (Electronic book text): Alan Freeman, Boris Kagarlitsky
Politics of Empire, The: Globalisation in Crisis (Electronic book text): Alan Freeman, Boris Kagarlitsky

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Alan Freeman, Boris Kagarlitsky

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Bringing together nine leading writers and activists from around the world, this book explores the origins of a new age of Empire. The contributors show globalisation is the driving force behind the new and warlike period that began with the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. Writers including Walden Bello, Jayati Ghosh, Kate Hudson, Boris Kagarlitsky and Alan Freeman offer a wealth of factual evidence showing that globalisation has driven apart peoples, classes and nations, shaping and reshaping key regions of the world. Challenging the idea that it is inevitable, they argue that its economic contradictions have thrown the world order that sustained it into crisis. Globalisation's opponents are shaping a new intellectual tradition. For the first time, the book brings together the critiques thrown up by resistance to globalisation, to war, and to imperialism. Free from ideology and dogma, the book shows how the peace and anti-globalisation movements can join forces and face the coming period of world history. Essential reading for anyone involved in the peace and anti-globalisation movements, this book is also ideal for students of politics, economics and international relations.

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Imprint: Pluto Press (UK)
Country of origin: United States
Release date: 2004
Editors: Alan Freeman • Boris Kagarlitsky
Format: Electronic book text
Pages: 288
ISBN-13: 978-1-281-75027-3
Barcode: 9781281750273
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LSN: 1-281-75027-1

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