Power Politics and the Empire of Economics: An Introduction
By: Andrew Gavin Marshall
27 May 2015
The following is a sample chapter from an upcoming book.
You can download a pdf version here: Power Politics and the Empire of Economics
The President sat and listened to his closest adviser as they plotted a strategy to maintain Western domination of the world economy. The challenge was immense: divisions between industrial countries were growing as the poor nations of the world were becoming increasingly united in opposition to the Western world order. From Africa, across the Middle East, to Asia and Latin America, the poor (or ‘developing’) countries were calling for the establishment of a ‘New International Economic Order,’ one which would not simply serve the interests of the United States, Western Europe, and the other rich, industrial nations, but the world as a whole. It was on the 24
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