THE WORLD SEEN FROM THE SOUTH: Interview with Samir Amin Irene León ...For the triad, the enemies are emerging countries -- in other words, China. The rest, like India, Brazil, and others, are for them semi-emerging. Why China? Because the Chinese ruling class has a project.
I would like to focus this interview on three distinct but related questions: your vision of the world and the possibilities of changing it; your conceptual and political proposal on the implosion of capitalism and delinking from it; your analysis of the global context, seen especially from Africa and the Middle East. What is your vision of the world, seen from the South and from the perspective of the South?
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