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Magazine articles on international politics, treaties, trade, and the United Nations.
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Finance & Development
March 1, 2002
Dimitri G. Demekas
Southeastern Europe After the Kosovo Crisis In the wake of the Kosovo crisis, the countries of Southeastern Europe have made great strides. What form should their reform agenda take, and what lessons can the international community draw for helping other postconflict regions? mark for My Articles 148 similar articles
Finance & Development
March 1, 2002
Globalization: The Story Behind the Numbers Has globalization raised living standards?... What is globalization?... Has globalization helped the poor?... Has globalization reduced inequality?... What should governments do?... Globalization timeline... mark for My Articles 174 similar articles
Finance & Development
March 1, 2002
Kevin Watkins
Making Globalization Work for the Poor In the view of the IMF, the World Bank, and most northern governments, removing barriers to trade is one of the most powerful things that governments can do to give the poor a bigger stake in global prosperity... mark for My Articles 201 similar articles
March 15, 2002
Lucy Komisar
Shareholders in the Bank of Terror? A previously unpublished list reveals that backers of a bank that the U.S. says helped fund al-Qaida include prominent members of the Arab world... mark for My Articles 68 similar articles
March 2002
Brian Doherty
No Poor Traders According to the anti-globalization movement, the integration of the global economy is nothing more than a chance for the rich to fleece the poor. A recent working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research finds that almost precisely the opposite is true... mark for My Articles 25 similar articles
February 2002
Brian Doherty
PATRIOT Games As the U.S. government moves past the Afghan stage of the War on Terrorism, it will need to choose its battles cautiously. Various countries are likely to invoke the new global mandate against terror to justify egregious and unwarranted violations of human rights... mark for My Articles 313 similar articles
January 2002
Brian Doherty
WHO Cares? The World Health Organization cares more about its own life than the lives of the poor... mark for My Articles 66 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton Why It's So Hard to Measure the World Bank's Progress A business ethics consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers who holds a doctorate in international relations from Brown University and wrote his dissertation on the moral obligations of the World Bank and other international financial institutions explains... mark for My Articles
September 5, 2001
Earl Ofari Hutchinson
Dumb and dumber The Israel bashers who hijacked the U.N. racism conference managed to make Bush look smart for limiting U.S. involvement... mark for My Articles 133 similar articles
Mother Jones
Jul/Aug 2001
Carla Power
Caste Away As a United Nations conference on racism gets underway, India's untouchables are taking their civil-rights demands to the international stage... mark for My Articles 21 similar articles
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