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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The open world economy would benefit industrial powers on the right side of the
international divide . For the other nations , it would provide only conditions for
accentuated exploitation . Concretely , it would mean first a structured system of ...
As , effectively , it is those with access to international currency who have status
within their own societies , this could benefit the system of domination . I have
already discussed the importance of social mobility in consolidating any system .
Development will not occur without ' individual capturability of the benefits to
society from additions to the stocks of ... the World Bank has internationalised it in
such a way that the cost - benefit analysis of the role of the state is conducted
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The PostSecond World War Era
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