North Over South: A Non-Western Perspective of International Relations

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North Over South: A Non-Western Perspective of International Relations

By Jayantanuja Bandyopadhyaya
South Asian Publishers, 1982
290 pp. $20.00
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The North-South problem will never be solved by conferences and negotiation but only by a "combined class-race struggle" to overcome imperialism and neoimperialism. That is the theme and conclusion of this uncompromising challenge, by an Indian professor, to the system he sees as imposed on the majority of mankind by the industrial countries (capitalist and Marxist alike), and to the theories of international relations developed by their scholars.

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