The Globalist’s Top Ten Features of 2010
What were some of the most thought-provoking features published on The Globalist in 2010?
December 24, 2010
The following are The Globalist’s top features of 2010:
|1.||The End of Politics as a Zero-Sum Game
What can a war-torn African country teach the rest of the world about politics?
|2.||Europe's Debt Crisis: Long-Term Economic Decline?
Is the turmoil over the euro accelerating the long-term erosion of Europe's economic power?
|3.||Using American Exceptionalism to Block Change
Are U.S. conservatives actually serving to make America less exceptional?
|4.||America’s Budding 1995 Nostalgia
With nostalgia budding for happier times, why should Americans look back on 1995 with fond memories?
|5.||A Thanksgiving Reflection
In a time of war, terrorism and rampant human rights abuses, why is there still reason for hope?
|6.||South Africa Post-World Cup: All's Well — or Hello Orwell?
Is South Africa experiencing a surge of freedom after the World Cup hype — or is it regressing to apartheid-era laws?
|7.||The Vindication of Joe Stiglitz
Why is there a reasonable risk of another financial crisis within five to ten years?
|8.||The Muslim World and the Titanic
Does Islam share the same fate as the Titanic?
|9.||Ignoring Half of the Second Amendment
Has the U.S. Supreme Court’s re-interpretation of the Second Amendment cost lives?
|10.||Dateline India: What Shade of Brown Are You?
Why, in a country where everyone is various pigments of brown, are many Indians so eager to be anything but?
|1.||Ayn Rand and I
Did Ayn Rand’s libertarian philosophy stem from improperly transferring her experience in revolutionary Russia to the western world?
|2.||Greece, the Argentine Debt Default and the American Connection
Why should Greece approach Argentina's debt default as a cautionary tale?
|3.||Lula Will Be a Tough Act to Follow
Will Brazil’s next president be able to match Lula’s political and economic legacy?
|4.||From BP to BCP — The Britain-China Petroleum Company|
Did local U.S. politics unleash international forces that it can no longer control as far as BP's fate is concerned?