Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 15, Number 4 (October 2002)

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Nature, society, and thought: a journal of dialectical and historical materialism, Volume 15, Number 4 (October 2002)

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2002-10

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Marxist Educational Press

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CONFERENCE PAPERS, “THE GLOBAL ECONOMY AND THE NATIONAL STATE,” HANOI, 9–10 JANUARY 2003 (CONTINUED): R. Scott Frey, The Maquiladora Centers of Northern Mexico: Transfer of the Core’s Hazardous Production Processes to the Periphery. Nguyen Ngoc Long, Globalization in the Transition from Capitalism to Socialism. David S. Pena, The Dialectical Significance of Globalization. Tran Ngoc Linh, The Current Role of the Nation-State. Michael Parenti, Global Intervention: The Case of Iraq. Tran Xuan Sam, New Characteristics of Knowledge-Based Economies. Mark Solomon, Hegemonists, Globalizers, and Nationalists. Vu Van Phuc, Impact of Regionalization on Developing Countries. AUTHOR AND TITLE INDEX TO VOLUME 15. ABSTRACTS OF ARTICLES (in English and French).

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Nature, society, and thought, Vol. 15, No. 4 (October 2002)

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