Part One of this book examines the social-state, neoliberal,
catalytic-state, and democratic-cosmopolitan models of
globalisation. Each necessarily tends to function in a manner
contradicting essential claims made by its leading advocates. This
"immanent contradiction" provides a theoretical warrant for moving
to a new position, addressing the shortcomings of the previous
framework. The first three chapters of Part Two are devoted to a
Marxian model of capitalist globalisation, in which the
irresolvable contradictions and social antagonisms of the
capitalist global order are explicitly recognised. The final
chapter is devoted to a Marxian model of socialist globalisation,
in which those contradictions and antagonisms are overcome,
bringing the systematic dialectic of globalisation to a close.
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||Historical Materialism Book Series, 10
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||Hardcover - Laminated cover
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