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2014, "The Fetishism of Empire: A Critical Review of Panitch and Gindin's The Making of Global Capitalism," Studies in Political Economy, No. 93, Spring.
2014, "Toward a 21st Century Reading of Latin America: A Sympathetic Reading of Ronaldo Munck's Rethinking Latin America: Development, Hegemony, and Social Transformation." Global Discourse
2013, "Promoting Polyarchy: 20 Years Later", International Relations, 27(2)228-234.
2013, "L'Amérique Latine Face au Nouveau Capitalisme Mondialisé", Mouvements, 4(76)14-24.
2013, "Global Capitalism and its Anti-Human Face: Organic Intellectuals and Interpretations of the Crisis," Globalizations, 10(5)659-671.
2012, The 'Great Recession' of 2008 and the Continuing Crisis: A Global Capitalism Perspective," International Review of Modern Sociology, 38(2)169-198.
2012, "Capitalist Globalization as World-Historic Context: Response to Critics", Critical Scoiology, 38(3) 405-415.
2012, "Global Capitalism Theory and the Emergence of Transnational Elites," Critical Sociology, 38(3) 349-363.
2012, "Global Capitalism and Twenty-First Century Fascism: A U.S. Case Study", Race and Class, 53(3):4-29, Jan-March.
2011, "Globalization and the Sociology of Immanuel Wallerstein: A Critical Appraisal," International Sociology
2011, "Global Capital Leviathan", Radical Philosophy, No. 165, January-February
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2009 Globalizacion, Crisis, y Escenarios de Futuro, Estudios Centroamericanos, 63(715-716):331-344.
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Cuba! Cuba! Cuba! Latin American perspectives. William I. Robinson. January, 2009.
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Transformative Possibilities in Latin America. Socialist Register 2008. London: Merlin Press, 2008.
Why the Immigrant Rights Struggle Compels Us to Reconceptualize Both Latin American and Latino/a Studies. LASA Forum. Spring 2007.
Jesse Díaz & Javier Rorríguez: Undocumented in America. New Left Review Vol. 47, 94-106, September-October, 2007.
The Pitfalls of Realist Analysis of Global Capitalism: A Critique of Ellen Meiksens Wood's Empire of Capital. Historical Materialism Vol. 15, 71-93, 2007.
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Gramsci and Globalisation: From
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Kees Van Der Pul. Feature Review of A Theory of Global Capitalism:
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What to Expect from US "Democracy Promotion" in Iraq. New Political
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Remapping development in light of globalisation: from a territorial to a social cartography. Third Word Quarterly, Vol. 23, No 6, pp. 1047-1071, 2002
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rise of a transnational state. Theory and Society: Renewal and Critique
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