Top Ten Globalist Features of 2008
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January 1, 2009
|1.||The Subprime Crisis and Global Justice
Reflections on the U.S. subprime mortgage troubles and the Asian financial crisis of 1997.
|2.||Taking Stock of What’s Right With the U.S.
In a time of crisis, what elements of the U.S. economy remain strong?
Should the United States and the EU do more to acknowledge China’s efforts on climate change and trade disputes?
|4.|| Britain After a Decade of Labor: No Longer Rocking
Has Labor, as it claimed it would upon taking office in 1997, succeeded in making Britain a more equal society?
|5.||No Drama Angela
Can Chancellor Angela Merkel maintain her “no-drama” approach to handling the Germany economy?
|6.|| The 401(k) Generation
How is the first generation of 401(k) retirees coping with the market downturn?
|7.||Dangerous Economic Territory
Are politicians and voters forgetting the positive economic changes under globalization?
|8.||The Colorblind Generation
Is the United States witnessing its first truly colorblind generation?
|9.||Dateline India: A Study in Irony
How does an Indian dessert staple reveal the ironies of contemporary Indian society?
|10.||Confessions of a Global Conference-Trotter
Can online virtual environments offer a cost-effective alternative for conference attendees around the globe?