10 Scholarly Critiques of Capitalism and Imperialism

This form of structural violence, through the international economic order's systematic generation of human insecurity, has led to the death of countless hundreds of millions of people, and the deprivation of thousands of millions of others. Most of the literature on human security, development, and genocide fails to see this phenomenon of global mass death and marginalization – a consequence of structurally-induced deprivation – as a form of genocide.

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