New Internationalist

Globalization

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98 of the FTSE 100 addicted to tax havens

Chris Jordan of ActionAid UK presents an interactive map showing the true extent of tax haven use by the UK’s largest companies.

Filed in: Corporations Globalization

The Great Rebellion

The Great Recession may have stunned the Minority World, but the Majority World has survived more or less unscathed. David Ransom investigates why, and traces the outlines of a future that might just be worth having.

Filed in: Economics Finance Globalization Trade

Star Trek - Episode 1: The G20 and the B.O.R.G. Supremacy

G20 communiqué goes boldy nowhere where everyone has gone before…

Filed in: Economics Globalization

Financial meltdown and the Age of Possibility

As the empire of international finance collapses, David Ransom finds the chance to reset the compass towards democracy, equality and the survival of our planet.

Filed in: Finance Globalization Politics

The end of an era

With the US economy on life support, Asian countries have lost their major export market. Walden Bello wonders if domestic markets can take up the slack.

Filed in: Economics Globalization

China Panic

It’s official – according to new NI columnist Anna Chen– 2008 isn’t just the Year of the Rat and the Beijing Olympics. It’s also China Panic Year.

Filed in: China Climate Change Globalization

Polyp's Big Bad World – July 2005

A bedtime story from the IMF Book of Fairytales.

Filed in: Economics Globalization IMF

Another coinage

Jeremy Seabrook counts the emotional costs to migrant labour in a globalized world.

Filed in: Equality Globalization Migration Poverty Senegal Wealth

Interview with Bharat Dogra

An interview with Bharat Dogra - prolific journalist, tireless activist and pioneer of Indian resistance to globalization.

Filed in: Globalization India

Essay

Filed in: Globalization Pakistan Trade

  • June 5, 2003
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