Iraq's nuclear potential has been given very high priority by the US government and the United Nations since the end of the war. Kanjirathinkal and Hickey explore the implications of US/UN involvement in Iraq for developing countries in general and the 'New World Order'.
In this btn article Branka Magasv locates the roots of the present Yugoslav crisis in the revival of Serbian nationalism and the Federal Army's attack on Slovenia and Croatia. Given the complexity of the subject and different interpretations of the historical events, the Editorial Board hope that this paper will generate much interest and debate.
Shakow, Don M.; Graham, Julie; Gibson, Katherine D.
The authors use industry-level data to analyse the uneven development of the US manufacturing sector between 1958 and 1972. Their framework for study of economic restructuring uses Marxian value analysis, which associates restructuring with changing levels of exploitation.
Rajani Kanth outlines a realist approach to critical social theory drawing on Bhaskar's transcendental realism approach. He indicates how this approach may be used to criticise both neo-classical and Marxist economic theory.
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