Interview 614 – James Petras on The Latin American Economy

02/28/20136 Comments

Professor James Petras of Binghamton University joins us to discuss the prospects for the Latin American economy in a global economy that is increasingly dominated by developing markets and emerging powers like China. We talk about the region’s links to the emerging Asian markets, internal trade, and deepening regional ties in bodies like MERCOSUR and UNASUR. We also discuss the issue of international law and Petras’ concept of “International jurisprudence.”

SHOW NOTES

James Petras Official Website

Latin America: Growth, Stability and Inequalities: Lessons for the US and EU

“Legal Imperialism” and International Law: Legal Foundations for War Crimes, Debt Collection and Colonization

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