Immanuel Wallerstein is a senior research scholar at Yale University and the author of numerous books. A selection of his articles republished on this site can be accessed below, including a link to original source.
Conflict between left-wing governments in Latin America and indigenous social movements is analogous to a wider debate in progressive politics. To create a just future, do we need constant economic growth or a change in civilizational values? By Immanuel Wallerstein.Where Is the World Headed?
A multipolar world must prepare for a relative decline in US power and the turbulence that may follow, writes Immanuel Wallerstein.2008: The Demise of Neoliberal Globalization
The ideology of neoliberal globalization was not in fact a new idea in the history of the modern world-system, although it claimed to be one. It was rather the very old idea that the governments of the world should get out of the way of large, efficient enterprises in their efforts to prevail in the world market.
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