Hegemony, international political economy and post-communist Russia / Owen Worth, University of Limerick, Republic of Ireland.

"This illuminating book explores the neo-Gramscian school of international political economy and their conceptualization of global hegemony, and furthers these by looking at how the often fragmented society of post-Communist Russia can provide insight into the nature and workings of neo-liberal...

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Main Author: Worth, Owen (Author)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: London : Taylor and Francis, 2017.
Series:Post-Soviet politics.
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505 0 |a Chapter Introduction: Russia's Place in the Global Political Economy -- chapter 1 Hegemony and International Political Economy -- chapter 2 Neoliberalism and Globalisation -- chapter 3 Hegemony in the Soviet Union -- chapter 4 Russia Under Yeltsin: Neoliberalism and Minimum Hegemony -- chapter 5 Russian Social Movements After the Fall: Russian Responses to Neoliberal Hegemony -- chapter 6 Russian Under Putin: Passive Revolution and Trasformismo. 
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