BEYOND US HEGEMONY SAMIR AMIN PDF

Biography[ edit ] Amin was born in Cairo , the son of an Egyptian father and a French mother both medical doctors. From to he studied in Paris, gaining a diploma in political science before graduating in statistics and economics A theoretical study of the mechanism which creates so-called underdeveloped economies. In he became director of the IDEP, which he managed until We must head in this direction … above all with determination.

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Description A reflection on the fundamental economic and political tendencies of the world. At the same time, he is not opposed to globalization as such; indeed he believes the whole world today is irrevocably connected, and that solidarity in diversity is the key to the struggle for a better world. In the body of the book, Amin provides a perspicacious analysis of tendencies within the rich countries - the US, Europe and Japan; the rising powers - China and India; the likely future trajectory of post-Soviet Russia; and the developing world.

The central question he pursues is whether there are other hegemonic blocs that may emerge in time to circumscribe American power, and constrain free market capitalism and force it to adjust to demands other than its narrow central economic logic.

This important and thought-provoking book identifies the key global campaigns Samir feels progressives should launch around the world. Table of Contents Being clear about the nature of capitalism and imperialism Is there a desirable form of globalization?

The Triad - America, Europe and Japan: united or fragmented? The project of the American ruling class: extension of the Monroe Doctrine to the rest of the world The shifting sands of the European project The clash of political cultures And Japan? Does the rise of China challenge the imperialist order? Market socialism: transition, or short-cut to capitalism? So, what is to be done? An uncertain future 3. Russia out of the tunnel? Basic characteristics of the Soviet system New forms of capitalism in Russia Is there a worthwhile alternative in Russia today?

India, a great power? The colonial inheritance Success and limitations of the populist national project The liberal and culturalist drift The long and difficult march of alternative globalization 5. Can solidarity be rebuilt among the countries of the South?

Can the slide of the Arab world be reversed? A new basis for solidarity among the peoples of the South 6.

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At the same time, he is not opposed to globalization as such; indeed he believes the whole world today is irrevocably connected, and that solidarity in diversity is the key to the struggle for a better world. In the body of the book, Amin provides a perspicacious analysis of tendencies within the rich countries - the US, Europe and Japan; the rising powers - China and India; the likely future trajectory of post-Soviet Russia; and the developing world. The central question he pursues is whether there are other hegemonic blocs that may emerge in time to circumscribe American power, and constrain free market capitalism and force it to adjust to demands other than its narrow central economic logic. This important and thought-provoking book identifies the key global campaigns Samir feels progressives should launch around the world.

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