The Jakarta Method, Then and Now

U.S. Counterinsurgency and the Third World

Authors

  • Sarah Raymundo

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-074-02-2022-06_6

Keywords:

Socialism, Strategy, History, Imperialism, Marxism, Movements

Abstract

Vincent Bevins, The Jakarta Method (New York: Public Affairs, 2020), 429 pages, $28, paperback.

Increasing numbers of left-wing activists around the world are turning to Vincent Bevins's The Jakarta Method to learn more about the horrific atrocities committed by the United States against peoples' struggles for the right to self-determination in the so-called postcolonial era. In particular, the book describes how imperialist expansion destroyed revolutionary struggles in the third world.

Published

2022-06-02

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