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Geopolitical Economy: After US Hegemony, Globalization and Empire (), written by Radhika Desai. Geopolitical Economy radically. Introduction: Putting Geopolitical Economy to Work. Author(s). Radhika Desai,. Book/Volume: 30B Editor(s): Radhika Desai ISBN: eISBN. Geopolitical Economy is not an easy book to read, though Radhika Desai’s ( ) stated aim is welcome, namely, telling a story in the sense of building a text.

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The Cambridge History of Capitalism: Geopolitical Economy radically reinterprets the historical evolution of the world order, as a multi-polar world emerges from the dust of the financial and economic crisis. Rethinking the Union of Europe Post-Crisis. Contents Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations 1. The Reconstruction of Western Europe For more information, or to order this book, please visit https: At a time of global upheavals and profound shifts in the distribution of world power, Geopolitical Economy forges a vivid and compelling edsai of the historical processes which are shaping the contemporary international order.

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Radhika Desai offers a radical critique of the theories of US hegemony, globalisation and empire which dominate academic international political economy and international relations, revealing their ideological origins in successive failed US attempts at world dominance through the dollar.

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Ambition and Realities 5. Firmly planted in the long tradition of historical materialist analysis of imperialism, Desai breaks new ground in taking forward some of the most incisive theorisations from dconomy lineage, critically dissecting theories that have for too long assumed that interstate goepolitical were a thing of the past’ – Kees van der Pijl, Professor Emeritus, Department of International Relations, University of Sussex.

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