The Best of The Globalist Research Center in 2007
What were the ten most thought-provoking features presented by The Globalist Research Center in 2007?
|1.||Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Rise of the Global South
What insights does a truly global — not just Western — perspective into these new investment vehicles yield?
|2.||How to Restore U.S. Diplomacy
What will it take for the United States to become as skilled at diplomacy as it is at waging war?
|3.||Triggering the Next Iranian Revolution (Part I)
Will the U.S. strategy toward Iran reverse the fundamental changes already under way in the country?
|4.||Water Wars: Myths and Realities (Part I)
To what degree are fears of geopolitical chaos over water scarcity justified?
|5.||How the U.S. Middle Class Became 10% Poorer
What does the OECD’s redefinition of the middle class reveal about the U.S. economy?
|6.||Globalization, Americanization and Europeanization (Part I)
How well do the concepts of globalization, Americanization and Europeanization explain today’s world?
|7.||A Two-State Solution for Iraq? (Part I)
Could the best solution to the crisis in Iraq be to split the country in two?
|8.||Inner Strength: U.S. Economic Competitiveness and the Lessons of Tonya Harding
What steps must be taken if the United States wants to redeem its role in global affairs?
|9.||Increasing Risks to Aid Workers? (Part I)
What steps should the international community take to safeguard humanitarian relief work and workers in violent settings?
|10.||Why Bad Loans are Good for Africa
Why is the amount of lending China has committed to Africa so small?