Noam Chomsky: Crises and the Unipolar Moment talking at SOAS, University of London


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Published on Jan 4, 2013

It is widely felt that the fall of the Soviet Union left a unipolar world, dominated by the remaining superpower, and that the “moment” is coming to a close with the collapse of the Anglo-Saxon “free market” economic model. Investigation of this two-decade “moment” can provide considerable insight into what came before, and possibilities for shaping the future.

The full video can be viewed below, please note that Chomsky’s presentation starts 11 minutes in.

Further details: http://www.soas.ac.uk/cisd/events/27oct2009-noam-chomsky-crises-and-the-unipolar-moment.html

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