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Asma Abbas

that we, who have always known how to grieve better and more consistently than our murderers, take a chance on each other and decolonize our complaints while we do so. Why not seize the moment and call the bloody bluff of capital and colony in crisis

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Traces of Pan Africanism and African Nationalism in Africa Today

Denis Goldberg

enrichment by the owners of finance capital - the combination of industrial and banking capital. For du Bois, simply creating Garvian businesses would change the faces of the exploiters from ‘white’ to ‘black.’ For Garvey, there was a kind of unifying

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Ulrike Guérot and Michael Hunklinger

introduction of other, comparable goods from Europe in their supermarkets or to discriminate products by nationality. Today the EU is no longer about equal conditions for goods or capital, but about full equality of rights for European citizens. Now, more

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Jodi Dean

no longer seemed the province of capital. They were a commons, available to anyone. State command ceased to have a hold. In “Left-wing Communism: An Infantile Disorder,” Lenin sets out the fundamental law of revolution. He writes: for a

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Empire and Economics

Decolonising Colonialism and Its Legacies in Africa

Edited by Lawrence Hamilton

Viegi argues that colonial education norms and institutions had a significant impact on the process of decolonisation and the following postcolonial history and they still represent a significant obstacle to the development of the human capital necessary

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David Owen

et al. 2011 . “ The Financial Cost of Doctors Emigrating from Sub-Saharan Africa: Human Capital Analysis .” . de Bengy Puyvallee Antoine and Sonja Kittelsen . 2019 . “ Disease Knows No Borders: Pandemics

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Teppo Eskelinen

have a ‘financial arm’, a part of the company specialising in financial activity. Often their financing structure tends to make it easier to cut production (and lay off employees) rather than reorganise the capital base ( Cornwall and Cornwall 2004

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Marcos S. Scauso, Garrett FitzGerald, Arlene B. Tickner, Navnita Chadha Behera, Chengxin Pan, Chih-yu Shih, and Kosuke Shimizu

vulnerable members of society must remain functional to serve and protect the life requirements of the middle classes and capital owners, even at the risk to their own lives. The experience of people living in the slums with poor access to food or clean