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

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

By L. L. Klochkovsky
Progress Publishers, 1975
309 pp.
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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.

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