World Empire - or a world of Empires?
This article comprises our introduction to the book The Politics of Empire: Globalization in Crisis (Freeman and Kagarlitsky 2004) which we wrote jointly to introduce the articles in that volume, was the outcome of a seminar called in 2002 by the Transnational Institute to assess responses to ‘globalization’. Alan Freeman has added a foreword to introduce the article to modern readers, for which he bears sole responsibility, including for any errors it introduces.
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"As Time Goes By: From the Industrial Revolutions to the Information Revolution,"
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- Harvey, David, 2003. "The New Imperialism," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780199264315, December.
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