A limitless world of sweatshops isn't good for anyone.
Hear IPS' Foreign Policy In Focus co-Director Emira Woods critique the notion of the "failed state" and address the impact of corporate globalization on the Global South.
Since it is the 200th anniversary of the British Luddite protests this month, that movement has been getting some attention.
Globalization's "efficiency' is nothing but a cross-your-fingers fantasy.
Sushi, not long ago a quintessentially Japanese product, has gone global.
In a world increasingly vulnerable to external shocks, we're searching for rooted communities--and what we can learn from them.
The brouhaha over "global re-balancing" boils down to this: Americans buy too much stuff from China.
How is the Philippines responding to the "triple crises of vulnerability": the global economic crisis, the food crisis and the spreading environmental crises of water, forests, fisheries and climate?
Don’t miss this lively contest of ideas between two opposing perspectives on neo-liberalism and its impact on the Global South.
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