Posts Tagged: globalization
The grassroots transfer of money from North to South can be a powerful tool of cross-border organizing.
Globalization has joined the United States and China at the hip, argues Emanuel Pastreich. The resulting merger, based on greed and consumption, is having a monstrous impact on the world.
One world economy ready or not? FPIF columnist Walden Bello argues that globalization has reached its high-water mark and is receding.
In recent decades, U.S. global economic policies have increasingly driven U.S. military policy.
In The Perils of Globeerization, Chris O'Brien argues that beer can literally save the world.
On the eve of their summit in Singapore, the World Bank and IMF are in serious trouble, from a democratic deficit to a serious economic shortfall. Columnist Walden Bello writes about the event he was banned from attending.
The objective of this discussion paper is to examine in broad terms the emergence of a transnational citizen movement opposed to the current forms of global economic governance, while providing sketches of main analytical tendencies within this diverse movement.
Let us take as a starting point that the broadly consensual strategy and basis for self-activity in what we can term Global Justice Movements is the following: to promote the globalization of people and halt (or at minimum radically modify) the globalization of capital.