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5. Multilateralism slowly dies: In the Post-War era, Wilsonianism (liberal internationalism) and Rooseveltism (collective
In the Grapes of Wrath, a tractor driver comes to bulldoze a tenant farmer's home. To defend his farm and his family, the
It is truly odd that the U.S. and global stock markets actually rose in the days following the election of Donald Trump as
How well the country navigates these rough waters will determine whether and when it fulfills its potential by combining the world's largest population, economy, and military.
With the Paris Climate Agreement on the brink of entering into force and 2016 well on its way to being the hottest year ever recorded, you would think governments would be eager to support each other's efforts to fight climate disruption.
As well as looking at the risk of exclusion, it is also important to look at ways of actively connecting more people to the
China is gorging itself on steelmaking. It is forging so much steel that the entire world doesn't need that much steel.
Environmental and labor protections are just a smokescreen for the true purpose of the TPP.
In the media, Donald Trump and his allies have sought to "appeal" to Bernie Sanders supporters. But at GOP rallies and in Congressional votes, it's a different story.
© Stephan Gladieu / World Bank Governments around the world are looking for economic growth and job creation. African economies
Lust for exotic spices, opulent textiles and precious metals spurred the world's first trade routes and "international trade shows" via arcades and souks in ancient Greece, Rome and the Middle East.
Just like NAFTA, just like China's entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO), free traders swore that the Korean deal would shower jobs and economic prosperity down on America. It didn't happen. Actually, the exact opposite did.
Hint: It involves taking money from poor people.
To understand the importance of this case, you must first understand the progress the Indian government has made in deploying
MOSCOW -- The era that began with the end of the Second World War is now over. That period was characterized by a relatively orderly and stable system of confrontation. In fact, the end of the Cold War did not mean the emergence of a new order. There was a hope that the main centers of power would establish relations based largely on cooperation. Instead, an attempt was made to build a unipolar world, which predictably failed. To all appearances, the world is now being swept by a wave of turbulence and fierce competition, if not a struggle of all against all.