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New Left Review I/147, September-October 1984


Fred Halliday

The Conjuncture of the Seventies and After: A Reply to Ougaard

Morten Ougaard’s critique of The Making of the Second Cold War is most welcome: it establishes a common terrain for socialist discussion of contemporary world politics, one that delimits a shared and distinct area of political analysis. At the same time, within that common terrain, it becomes possible to identify the particular disagreements that we do have about the world situation, current and recent.

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