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A New Global Geometry? Socialist Register 2024

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In its 60th volume!

Scrutinizes possibilities for an equalised global order, in light of recent conflicts between the world’s major powers

The “post-Cold War era is definitively over,” asserted US President Joe Biden as he launched the new National Security Strategy, warning in late 2022 that “a competition is underway between the major powers to shape what comes next.” American leadership, the document declared, would be more necessary than ever to define “the future of the international order,” insisting that the US must marshal its unparalleled economic, military, and diplomatic resources to confront its rivals.

Socialist Register 2024: A New Global Geometry? takes stock of momentous changes on the horizon: Even if these geopolitical shifts do not spell the end of globalization, how might they alter its historical trajectory? While it is it premature to speak of the end of the liberal economic order, let alone the development of a multipolar international system, can we begin to assess the dimensions of a new global geometry? And, how might we assess the potential vulnerabilities of socialist movements worldwide, alongside the potential resistance our movements might manage to present, grounded in our historical demands for a democratic and equalizing world order?

 

CONTENTS

“Reframing the Geopolitics of Global Capitalism”, by Andreas Bieler and Adam Morton

“The US-China Tech War for the Future: A New Digital Imperial Rivalry”, by Tanner Mirrlees

“The New American Security Doctrines and Reconstituting the Empire”, by Jerome Klassen

“The US Quest for Nuclear Primacy and the Failure of Reason”, by John Bellamy Foster

“US Capitalism: Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Lead”, by Ingo Schmidt

“India’s Foreign Policy: Realpolitik, Hindu Nationalism and Modi”, by Achin Vaniak

“Japan’s ‘New Pre-War’: Six Articulation of Its Dislocation”, by Ken Kawashima

“Class, State and Geopolitics in Turkey”, by Erun Duzgun and Can Cemgil

“Germany in the New Capitalist Geometry”, by Thomas Sablowski

“The New Geopolitical Scenario for Latin America”, by Claudio Katz

“Red Capitalism and Neoliberal Authoritarianism: Sino-MENA Relations”, by Mojtaba Mahdavi

“From Globalization to Geopolitics: A Way Back Not Forward”, by Birgit Mahnkopf

“Europe, the World Economy and New Imperial Grossraums”, by Alan Cafruny, Vassillis Fouskas

“Global antiwar movements: Fighting for peace, Preparing for War”, by Lindsey German

“The left after the pandemic amidst global uncertainty”, by James Meadway

Format Clear

Publication Date: 01/01/2024

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-68590-039-7

eBook ISBN: 978-1-68590-040-3