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What Is The Relationship Between International Organization And Industrial Change From A Neo-Gramscian Perspective?
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In the early 1980s, with the nearly uncontrollable accretion and swelling of Latin America's "post-dependency" era, which was called, from the following two years onwards, the "Debt Crisis", transmogrifying then, semantically for the better, into the "debt situation"…
In his 1981 exposition, Cox asks for an informed, open-minded critique of International Relations (IR) that had so far depended solely on "problem-solving" theories that obsequiously deviated in no manner from mainstream diagnoses and prognoses, but embraced states as being immutable and the scheme of things-including individual and institutional relationships within and between states, parastatal organisations and the so-called private players-as Kantian Dinge an sich (literally, "things as they are").
Cox's effort in 1983 was to expand on his earlier thesis: to prove how neo-Gramscianism can take apart and syncretise into new understandings and, thus, modalities of action to subvert the power superstructure of the Global Political Economy, a complex trelliswork of governmental, individual and institutional actors. ...
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