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My hypothesis is: International intervention in Falklands served as a seminal development
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My hypothesis is: International intervention in Falklands served as a seminal development that still guides UK actions in seeking to safeguard its intetrests in former colonies". To be able to defend this hypothesis, I need someone to say something about the British neo-liberalism and British influence and interests in the former colonies, especially Falklands.


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People often boggle at the use of the word “neoliberal’ as if the expression were some type of the crazed tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorist raving about the lizard-man conspiracies. Neoliberalism has not succeeded in decreasing either poverty or inequality; but far more from the view of the international capitalist class, it has failed in terms of the system itself it has not remake the situations for the capital accretion, which survived during the Great Boom. The application of the neolibe...
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