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Wallerstein (1984): The Politics of the World-Economy
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The Politics of the World-Economy
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The States, the Movements and the Civilizations. Essays
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1984
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In these essays, written (with one exception) between 1978 and 1982, Immanuel Wallerstein elaborates on the political and theoretical implications of the world-systems perspective outlined in his celebrated books The Modern World-System and The Capitalist World-Economy. Whereas those books centred on the historical development of the modern world-system, the essays in this volume explore the nature of world politics in the light of Wallerstein's analysis of the world-system and capitalist world-economy. Throughout, the essays offer new perspectives on the central issues of political debate today: the roles of the USA and the USSR in the world-system, the relations of the Third World states to the capitalist 'core', and the potential for socialist or revolutionary change. Different sections deal with the three major political institutions of the modern world-system: the states, the antisystemic movements, and the civilizations. The states are a classic rubric of political analysis. For Wallerstein, the limits of sovereignty are at least as important as the powers - these limits deriving from the obligatory location of the modern state in the interstate system. Social movements are a second classic rubric. For Wallerstein, the principal questions are the degree to which such movements are antisystemic, and the dilemmas state power poses for antisystemic movements. Civilizations, in contrast, are not normally seen as a political institution. That however is for Wallerstein the key to the analysis of their role in the contemporary world, and thereby a key to understanding the politics of social science.

1 World networks and the politics of the world-economy
2 Patterns and prospectives ofthe capitalist world-economy

I. The states and the interstate system
3 The states in the institutional vortex of the capitalist world-economy
4 The three instances of hegemonv in the history of the capitalist world-economy
5 The withering away ofthe states
6 Fnends as foes
7 The USA in the world today
8 The world-economy and the state-structures in peripheral and dependent countries (the so-called Third World)
9 Socialist states: mercantilist strategies and revolutionary objectives

II. Antisystemic movements
10 The futureofthe world-economy
11 Eurocommunism: its roots in European working-class history
12 Nationalism and the world transition to socialism: ts there a crisis?
13 Revolutionary movements in the era of US hegemony and after

III. The civilizational project
14 The quality oflife in different social svstems: the model and the reality
15 Civilizations and modes of production: conflicts and convergences
16 The dialectics of civilizations in the modern world-system
17 The development of the concept of development


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