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Twentieth Century Imperialism

Twentieth Century Imperialism
Shifting Contours and Changing Conceptions

First Edition
  • Rajen Harshé - President, Govind Ballabh Pant Social Science Institute, Allahabad, India

April 1997 | 276 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
Moving beyond the conventional parameters of capitalism, Rajen Harsh[ac]e probes concepts such as: colonialism, neo-colonialism, hegemony and social imperialism, in order to assess their theoretical and empirical validity in the context of the third world. Fresh perspectives are provided on the basis of examples drawn from a wide range of countries and by situating the discussions in the debates on imperialism in the third world.
Imperialism through Radical Prisms
A Critique

Neo-Colonialism in Sub-Saharan Africa
An Ontological Construct

Imperialism, Intermediate Capitalist States and Apartheid South Africa
Gramscian Hegemony and Legitimation of Imperialism
Imperialism versus Emancipation
The Soviet Union and the Non-Aligned Third World

Perceptions on Imperialism

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