The man who called NAFTA “devastating” and “a big mistake” on the campaign trail is promoting free-trade agreements.
The Republicans are scared of the world, and this drives their anti-government mania.
A limitless world of sweatshops isn’t good for anyone.
A debate on the motion that “Failed States are a Product of Modern Globalization.” Moderated by Foreign Policy magazine Editor-in-Chief Susan Glasser. Debaters include Col. John Agoglia (Ret.), Vice-President of IDS International; Emira Woods from the Institute for Policy Studies; Paul Wood, the President of Pax Mondial; and Dr. Arvind Subramanian of the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
Since it is the 200th anniversary of the British Luddite protests this month, that movement has been getting some attention.
Globalization’s “efficiency’ is nothing but a cross-your-fingers fantasy.
Sushi, not long ago a quintessentially Japanese product, has gone global.
In a world increasingly vulnerable to external shocks, we’re searching for rooted communities–and what we can learn from them.
The brouhaha over “global re-balancing” boils down to this: Americans buy too much stuff from China.
How is the Philippines responding to the “triple crises of vulnerability”: the global economic crisis, the food crisis and the spreading environmental crises of water, forests, fisheries and climate?
The IMF’s stated mission is to create and maintain macro-economic stability and to assist countries having solvency issues with their balance of payments. There are those who assert that the IMF is actually a destabilizing force within the global economy, while others believe that the countries themselves are to blame for poor economic choices. In a provocative contest of perspectives and analysis Rick Rowden, a long time critic of IMF policy will challenge Eugene Nyambal, former Senior Advisor to Executive Director at the Board of Directors of the IMF.
Report of the Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy Regarding the Model Bilateral Investment Treaty
IPS participated in this Obama administration review process.
A coalition of global justice groups give a statement on climate change while in Bangkok for an international strategy meeting.
Research shows the G-20 needs to shift priorities.
Has the time finally come to reverse and end globalization?