… the field of candidates for the elections in Brazil demonstrates that although the candidates differ on many issues, a slowing down of American globalization is one thing that they agree on.
Analysis: Although Brazil’s economic situation should be improving – and although the country has been able to work out its repayment schedule through the IMF – its economy remains shaky and its currency in trouble. Candidates for president – especially those on the left but even those on the right – suggest that the real problem may be American attempts to globalize all of the New World.
“Lagos Journal; Globalization …
… scarce natural resources there will almost necessarily be conflicts among nations, conflicts that could well undercut globalization efforts.
“Globalization”. Tina Rosenberg. Section 6 , Page 28 , Column 1, Aug. 18, 2002.
Summary: This is a sort of primer by Rosenberg on how to make the process of globalization more equitable so that Third World nations benefit from it as much as First World nations.
Analysis: This article rightly makes the point that a globalized economy is not necessarily an equitable one and that if First World nations wish to continue to receive the benefits of globalization then they must …