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 Taylor Report 
 U.S. increasingly turns to coercion to maintain economic hegemony
 Yash Tandon, professor, author and activist intellectual
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Political economist Yash Tandon discusses the growing fissures and fractures in the U.S.-dominated global economy. The U.S. increasingly relies on coercive measures, such as sanctions, trade wars, and abuse of "intellectual property rights" to maintain its pre-eminence.

Yet it's still on its way out. China's economic rise is providing a counterweight to America's 'New World Order,' especially for Africans. NATO's imperial overreach in Libya provided a wake-up call to African leaders. The countries of the Global South are coming to recognize the need to unite, despite differences, and resist the economic diktat of U.S./European imperialism.
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Yash Tandon's book, "Trade is War," is launching at "A Different Booklist" at 779 Bathurst St. on Wednesday, August 14th.

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00:33:00 English 2019-08-12
 Toronto, Ontario
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