By: Michel Chossudovsky
280 pages, Figs, tabs
Yet another critical analysis of the World Bank and IMF. ' Provides a valuable analysis of the causes of poverty, placing the reality of the lives of millions of people within the global economic and military context.' Ecologist.
Part I Global poverty and macro-economic reform: the globalization of poverty; policing countries through loan "conditionalities"; the global cheap labour economy. Part II Sub-Saharan Africa: Somalia - the real causes of famine; economic genocide in Rwanda. Part III Asia: India - the IMF's "indirect rule"; Bangladesh - under the tutelage of the "aid" consortium; the post-war economic destruction of Vietnam. Part IV Latin America: debt and "democracy" in Brazil; IMF shock treatment in Peru; debt and illegal drug economy - the case of Bolivia. Part V Eastern Europe: the Third Worldization of the Russian Federation
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