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War, National Debt, and the Capitalized State
Tim Di Muzio and Richard H. Robbins

. These markets are historically novel and a way of organizing corporate power and ownership (Henwood 1997). They provide investors with an exit option should they want to sell their ownership claims to companies or buy new claims to the income streams of other firms. Worldwide outstanding capitalization is $67 trillion across sixty major exchanges.3 Di Muzio (2014) has argued that the rise in capitalization from humble beginnings coincided with the exploitation of energy derived from fossil fuels.4 Thus, what this suggests is that a key facet of capitalist culture

in Debt as Power
Communism, post-Communism, and the war in Croatia
David Bruce MacDonald

. Certainly there was much barbarity in the attack on Mostar – the Serbs shelled nine out of ten of Mostar’s bridges. Nevertheless, the Croats (not the Serbs) destroyed the famous Stari Most, or Old Bridge, which still lies in pieces. Still others combined a variety of formats to develop an image of Serbian aggression. -Dord-e Obradović’s Suffering of Dubrovnik was a strange mixture of historical novel (set during the siege), glossy before-and-after pictures, and children’s drawings of the war.112 A still more interesting aspect of the war was the co-option of the

in Balkan holocausts?