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Economic Neocolonialism: Problems of South-East Asian Countries' Struggle for Economic Independence

Economic Neocolonialism: Problems of South-East Asian Countries' Struggle for Economic Independence

By L. L. Klochkovsky

Progress Publishers, 1975, 309 pp.

The author is head of the Department of Economic Research of the Latin American Institute of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences. His carefully documented but rigidly doctrinaire view of North-South economic relations argues that imperialism now no longer seeks to block industrialization in the Third World, but to keep it dependent by a monopoly of technological advance.