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International Socialism Journal 93 – Winter 2001
A quarterly journal of socialist theory
The Third Major War in a decade began in Afghanistan in October 2001. After the end of the Cold War many commentators and politicians predicted an era of peaceful, market-led prosperity. But the Gulf War, the Balkan War and now the conflict in Central Asia have underlined the fact that we live in a dangerous and unstable system. What is it about the nature of the modern capitalist system that produces this drive to war? John Rees, editor of International Socialism, looks at 'Imperialism: globalisation, the state and war'. This analysis examines:
A history of Afghanistan is the first of our articles looking at imperialism's current manifestations. Jonathan Neale, author of 'The American War', looks at why it has become the most wretched place on earth. Anne Alexander, author of 'The New Intifada', examines the state of the Middle East, and Mike Gonzalez explains the real reasons behind Plan Colombia.
As bosses and media pundits blame job losses on 11 September. Chris Barman, author of 'Economics of the Madhouse', examines the new world recession arguing that the contradictions which lead the economy from boom to bust were already well in place.
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