La globalisation économique, un rapport de forces entre Etats et intérêts privés producteur d’inégalités, de conflits et de guerres économiques
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Keywordseconomic war.; private interest; poverty; multinational enterprises; International organizations; State; PIB; GDP; globalisation; inégalités; précarité;
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