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Book Review: Planet of Slums by Mike Davis (2006)
Florence Lee - Planet of Slums by Mike Davis (2006) is a startling, terrifying, and honest exposé of the world’s poorest big-city slum dwellers. The book explores the future of an unstable and impoverished urban world, and provides a thematic overview of the rise of... Keep Reading »
Diplomacy and Debt: U.S. Attribution of Status Resulting from IDA Graduation
Karinne Smolenyak - Freeman writes that global governance in this period has been characterized by the United States’ inability to form a ‘grand strategy’ as it did in the post-WWII period to cope with the multitude of issues in the world today (2011). He ascribes this... Keep Reading »
Book Review: The Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein (2007)
Delia M. Harrington - Naomi Klein’s The Shock Doctrine ties together history, economics, globalization, natural disasters and geopolitics into one bleak picture. Klein’s thesis is that the Shock Doctrine, also called Disaster Capitalism, has been put into practice all over the... Keep Reading »
The G-20 Preempts the G-8: What Kind of World Economic Order?
Shalendra D. Sharma - Few would disagree that the most significant development at the G-20 meeting in Pittsburgh during September 24-25, 2009 was the formal acknowledgement of the changing of the guards. In the draft communiqué, President Barack Obama declared that from now on, the... Keep Reading »
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Breaking Third World Debt
Robyn Munn - Imagine if your student loan determined every decision you made in your entire life… Imagine if you owed 30 times more than you could ever earn in a lifetime…. Difficult to imagine because if this situation happened in a developed country at a domestic... Keep Reading »
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