Biopolitical Imperialism

Biopolitical Imperialism

The First World is a parasite, subsisting on life imported from the Third World, and exporting death in return.


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Biopolitical Imperialism is a book about international politics today. The core, eponymous thesis is that our world is marked by a pattern of biopolitical parasitism, that is, the enhancement of the life of wealthy populations of First World countries on the basis of an active denigration of the lives of the poor mass of humanity. The book details how this dynamic plays out both inside wealthy countries and internationally.

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A very strong book, exceptionally clear, incisive, and terrifying. ~ Justin Clemens

ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Mark G. E. Kelly
Mark G. E. Kelly M. G. E. Kelly is Associate Professor in the School of Humanities and Communication Arts at the University of Western Sydney. He was previou...
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