Has neo-liberalism come to the end?  

Posted by Upul Gamage in

The dynamic world with two different political orthodoxies has totally undergone changes after the cracking down of USSR and its followers. Then the foremost political practice was capitalist economic with the ideological safe guard of liberalism and later it was amended by neo-liberalism. With arise of neo-liberalism; thereby the economic diversity became a monologue where the one ideology is prominent. Then the resonating voice of the liberalism spread all over the world in an ideological point of view by the Fukuyama’s lyrical book: “The end of history and last man”. His lyrical book has come to nothing by today. In other words the last man has become nobody at this critical juncture of the world. It critically reflects the requirement of dynamic economical favors to the current world.
Totally this economic downturn could be understood with their ideological safeguards so that we suddenly remind Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan on the base of their economical liberalism where the whole world painted in a single colour. Are we able to apply further the same theories to merge the world economy into one stratum?
Please, our request is:
Let it be so………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Don’t destroy the economic diversity and heritage in the world. Don’t dilute and pour the economic diversity in the world into one basket. Agrarian countries are agrarian countries whereas industrial countries are industrial countries; the countries who are surviving with their own livelihoods let them be so. “Thatcher”! and “Reagan”! please, don’t come to our world again because we can write the history in a new stylus in contrasting Francis Fukuyama’s end of history.

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2 comments

G_da_MAN  

Ambaanaka Sera wedii....therenne neee....

April 6, 2009 at 12:37 AM
Anonymous  

i think this is a question we have to ask from ourselves first; how much neo-liberal we are and how our life styles unconsciously practices the ideology. as a world cultural and economic force neo-liberalism has triumphed but at the same time there is resistance, for example,rise of fundamentalism and parochial ideologies are a result of cultural cosmopolitanism etc. Ya, you have entered a good topic. keep it up

April 7, 2009 at 10:29 AM

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