The New Imperialism: Crisis and Contradictions in North/South Relations
Bloomsbury Academic, 2000 M08 1 - 368 páginas
This major intellectual exploration seeks to deepen our understanding of the way in which modern capitalism works. The author argues, in particular, that it has always rested in part on the unremunerated labour of women, the non-sustainable extraction of natural resources and the racist exploitation of the non-European periphery.
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It argued that developing countries needed to emphasise their own ownership ,
in other words their sovereignty over their own resources ( with the right to
nationalisation , and to campaign for an exclusive economic zone in the sea , and
so on ) ...
The lines of demarcation were not always clearly drawn , and the argument that
science can sort anything out resurfaced in contemporary criticisms of The Limits
to Growth . It was argued , for instance , that the limits were not absolute but ...
I have already argued that one of the key problems for imperialism is to prevent
the South becoming the main industrial power at the expense of the North , and
this issue will be discussed more fully in the next chapter . But the threat came not
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