Top Ten Globalist Features of 2009
What were The Globalist’s best features of the year?
December 30, 2009
|1.||A Chinese Perspective on a Changing World
How is Asia’s economic rise different from the rise of the West?
|2.||Message to MBAs: We Are No Longer Masters of the Universe
How did so many MBAs read the economic climate so wrong in recent years?
|3.||Goldman Sachs and “War Profiteering”
How has Goldman Sachs discredited capitalism in ways that Marx and Lenin would gleefully applaud?
|4.||Washington’s Place in a New World
What will the United States do in a world of dispersed power?
|5.||Spain and China in the Age of Globalization
What led to China and Spain becoming pioneering ocean explorers in ancient times?
|6.||Globalism and Americanism
Why do many Americans believe that taking a “globalist” approach would threaten U.S. leadership?
|7.||Fighting Poverty and Saving Street Vendors in South Africa
How is South Africa’s treatment of street vendors emblematic of several pervasive problems facing the country?
|8.||Ending Burma’s Isolation
What does Burma’s international isolation mean for the daily lives of its people?
|9.||Iran, Let the AIDS Doctors Go Free
Is Iran ready to enter the international arena as a respected partner in protecting human rights?
|10.||The Boomerangst Generation
How are world realities changing for boomers’ children?
Reaching an Ultimatum (Part III)
December 29, 2009