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Radhika Desai

Canada

Professor at the Department of Political Studies and Director, Geopolitical Economy Research Group, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada.

Materials

Report: Brexit, the City, and the Crisis of Conservatism
07.12.2016
Thanks to the role of money and entrenched class power in electoral processes, the history of liberal democracy is not exactly littered with instances of the people springing nasty surprises on the
BRICS Forge Ahead As World Order Tumbles Toward Chaos
18.10.2016
The BRICS members can agree on the idea of creating more mutually beneficial economic relationships, and this is the idea that can take the group forward, Valdai club expert Radhika Desai from the

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US-Promoted Trade Deals Signal the End of WTO Primacy
11.05.2016
The primary reasons for WTO failure were that western countries, particularly the United States, sought to write rules that would favor its own large corporations, without leaving enough room for

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Economic Crisis Tells Emerging Economies to Focus on Domestic Demand
27.01.2016
It is crucial for BRICS countries to realize that the main stimulus for the demand must come from the domestic market.

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The Chastisement of Western Hubris
23.11.2015
If the replacement of the G7 by the G20 as the major forum for discussion of international economic governance in 2008 had marked the acknowledgement of multipolarity in an economic sense, recent

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War and Peace in Capitalism
19.10.2015
The idea that the economic interdependence that capitalism creates leads to peace is as old as it is wrong.

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Geopolitical Economy. By Radhika Desai
12.10.2015
Geopolitical Economy radically reinterprets the historical evolution of the world order, as a multi-polar world emerges from the dust of the financial and economic crisis.

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Valdai Paper #24: Geopolitical Economy: The Discipline of Multipolarity
22.07.2015
The 24th Valdai paper argues for a new academic discipline, geopolitical economy, which is better to understand the multipolar world, reconstruct its historical evolution and assess its progressive

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