8 edition of Political Economy of U.S. Militarism found in the catalog.
July 20, 2006
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||304|
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Global political economy is a field of study that deals with the interaction between political and economic forces. At its centre have always been questions of human welfare and how these might be related to state behaviour and corporate interests in different parts of the world. For this reason, activists who oppose the Iraq War and U.S. militarism generally and those promoting global economic and environmental justice must develop a common agenda. Introduction. Though often unseen, U.S. military policy has frequently been influenced by the economic needs of national elites and major corporations.
Other articles where Militarism is discussed: Japan: The rise of the militarists: The notion that expansion through military conquest would solve Japan’s economic problems gained currency during the Great Depression of the s. It was argued that the rapid growth of Japan’s population—which stood at close to 65 million in —necessitated large food imports. In this provocative book, Andrew Bacevich warns of a dangerous dual obsession that has taken hold of Americans, conservatives, and liberals alike. It is a marriage of militarism and utopian ideology--of unprecedented military might wed to a blind faith in the universality of American values. This mindset, the author warns, invites endless war and the ever-deepening militarization of U.S. policy.4/5(7).
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He reveals how budgetary militarism is defeating the New Deal, even as it musters a long term assault on the Bill of Rights and other foundations of American democracy.
The Political Economy of U.S. Militarism is a must-read for patriots concerned about the future of the United States.' - Grant by: 6. This wide-ranging, interdisciplinary analysis blends history, economics, and politics to challenge the prevailing accounts of the rise of U.S.
militarism. While acknowledging the contributory role of some of the most widely-cited culprits, this study explores the bigger, but largely submerged. This wide-ranging, interdisciplinary analysis blends history, economics, and politics to challenge the prevailing accounts of the rise of U.S.
militarism. While acknowledging the contributory role of some of the most widely-cited culprits, this study explores the bigger, but largely submerged, picture: the political economy of war and militarism. This wide-ranging, interdisciplinary analysis blends history, economics, and politics to challenge the prevailing accounts of the rise of U.S.
militarism. While acknowledging the contributory role of some of the most widely-cited culprits, this study explores the bigger, but largely submerged, picture: the political economy of war and militarism.4/5(20).
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Thorpe out of 5 stars 4Author: Alex Mintz. theories that attribute the rise of U.S. militarism to a political coup d’etat by the cabal of neoconservative warmongers.2 Instead, it focuses on the larger, but mostly submerged, picture: the powerful institutional and politico-economic interests that lie behind the façade of the cabal of neo- conservative figures.
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The political economy of American militarism Part 1 By Nick Beams 10 July Below we are publishing the first part of the opening report to the World Socialist Web Site and Socialist Equality. This article reviews the forms of US militarism as they have evolved since Eisenhower’s famous speech and presents the deleterious effects military spending has on the social and economic well-being of the United States.
In particular it shows that military Keynesianism is a blind alley which does not benefit the larger : Pierre Guerlain. The political economy of American militarism By Nick Beams 10 July Below we are publishing the opening report to the World Socialist Web Site and Socialist Equality Party Conference.
•• • What is Political Economy. Definitions and Characteristics •• • central characteristics which mutually constitute a political economy Size: KB. In the U.S., the domestic economy and internal politics are deeply affected by the military. The military budget constitutes a huge part of government spending, and of necessity, this reduces the flexibility for domestic programs.
Figure indicates that if we include in military spending the current cost of past wars (mainly interest payment on.The U.S. soldiers who return will find their benefits slashed and their prospects limited by continuing economic stagnation. The massive cost of the war and occupation robs resources from those who can least afford it and exacerbates federal and state budget crises.
The political economy of American militarism Part 2 By Nick Beams 11 July This is the second and concluding part of the opening report to .