Capitalism, Rents and the Transformation of Violence

@article{WarneckeBerger2020CapitalismRA,
  title={Capitalism, Rents and the Transformation of Violence},
  author={Hannes Warnecke-Berger},
  journal={International Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={57},
  pages={111 - 131}
}
Abstract Violence seems on the rise. After centuries of declining homicide rates in the Global North, violence has been transforming since the 1960s and even increased in some parts. In the Global South, in contrast, levels of violence have remained constantly high. The article questions both the liberal peace theory lately highlighted by Steven Pinker as well as Marxist accounts on the relationship between capitalism and increasing violence, lately dubbed accumulation by dispossession. This… Expand

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