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Brenner (2006): What Is, and What Is Not, Imperialism?
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What Is, and What Is Not, Imperialism?
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2006
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Initially presented as a series of lectures at Oxford in February 2003 as the USprepared to invade Iraq, David Harvey′s The New Imperialism is a rich, provocative, and extraordinarily wide-ranging account of capitalist imperialism in its most recent forms.1 In order to set the stage, the author offers an interpretation of imperialism in its classic phase between 1884 and 1945, which is intended to constitute the theoreticalcum-historical foundation for all that follows. Against this background, he explains the rise of the US to a position of unprecedented world power in the post-World-War-II era and delineates the nature of its hegemony. This provides the point of departure for Harvey′s account of the new imperialism itself, which he views as a response to the fall in profitability and ensuing problems of capital accumulation in the capitalist core, from the late 1960s right into the present. Harvey′s ultimate goal is to understand the relationship between this new neoliberal imperialism, which reached its culmination under Bush I and Clinton, and the hyper-imperial military-expansionist project of the Bush II administration.


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