Craig Murphy, University of Massachusetts Boston
“In this wide-ranging, interdisciplinary volume, radical political economist Stephen Gill and his collaborators trace the economic, political, social and ecological crisis-tendencies within contemporary global capitalism and trace their ramifications for emergent forms of political agency and leadership both in the global North and the global South. This book is an essential contribution to our understanding of global neoliberalism - and to the ongoing work of envisioning, and forging, alternatives to it.”
Neil Brenner, Harvard University, Massachusetts
"However ambitious it is, this book’s intention to contribute not only to theory-making, but also to the transformation of reality, is much welcome in the political science literature, which has long neglected its potential to inspire change … Overall, neo-Gramscians approaches are not new to international relations, but this volume strengthens their added value."
Manoela Assayag, Swiss Political Science Review