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      A Century of Marxist Debates Concerning Capitalism, Imperialism and Imperialist Competition

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      World Review of Political Economy
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      Marxism, capitalism, state, imperialism, Radhika Desai
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            Abstract

            The mechanicist association of capitalism to western imperialism has paved the way for current “globalisation” and “empire” discourses while minimising the importance of the nation-state. Conversely only a small number of neo-Marxists think otherwise, and our paper, by returning to classical Marxist theorists of imperialism, tends to valorise their minority position.

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            Journal
            10.13169
            worlrevipoliecon
            World Review of Political Economy
            Pluto Journals
            2042891X
            20428928
            Winter 2015
            : 6
            : 4
            : 482-497
            Article
            worlrevipoliecon.6.4.0482
            10.13169/worlrevipoliecon.6.4.0482
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            Symposium: The Materiality of Nations in Geopolitical Economy: Co-Edited by Radhika Desai

            Political economics
            state,Radhika Desai,Marxism,capitalism,imperialism

            References

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            7. 1977. “Imperialism, the Highest Stage of Capitalism.” In Lenin Selected Works , vol. I, by , 634–731. Moscow: Foreign Language Publishing House. First published in Russian in 1917.

            8. 2003. The Accumulation of Capital . London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. First published in German in 1913.

            9. 2003. Empire of Capital . London: Verso.

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