The events near Chang Rai powerfully underscore that a “global community” very much exists – and that it can have very positive effects on the lives and well-being of people.
Globalists are patriots who have a worldview that is not limited to the political boundaries of one state.
All of us must resist the impulse to go blame-gaming and making every international relationship a zero-sum game.
In a curious role reversal, it was a Japanese Prime Minister who stole the march on Trump and his anti-globalism chants.
For all the talk about globalization and the global economy, we ask: Who is a globalist?
Are human brains hardwired to recognize some groups of people as friends and others as enemies?
What will it take to get the world community to effectively deal with the proliferation of global problems?
Why must Asians demand that global institutions be more open to their participation, ideas and leadership?
Can the countries of Asia go it alone, or do they still need the United States to keep them connected to each other?