The Globalist: American Power in Global History: Three Perspectives

  Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+     American Power in Global History: Three Perspectives Was America Ever Exceptional? Patrick Smith | How it hurts a nation that cannot distinguish between strength and power. The U.S.-Russian Tug of War Martin Sieff | Lessons from Serbia 1913 for Syria 2013. American Diplomacy and …

The Globalist: How Young People Transform the World

August 23, 2013 Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+     How Young People Transform the World The New Globalists: Meet the Transformers Joseph Quinlan | Who are the faces of the rising global middle class? The New Globalists: The Road Ahead Joseph Quinlan | As global economic activity shifts from the West, …

Can Income Inequality Destabilize the U.S. Economy?

  March 29, 2013   The daily online magazine on the global economy, politics, culture and history   Can Income Inequality Destabilize the U.S. Economy? Uri Dadush, Kemal Dervis, Sarah P. Milsom and Bennett Stancil | Income inequality is doing a lot more damage than just fraying the political culture. Argentina: …

The Globalist Daily Magazine

    The daily online magazine on the global economy, politics, culture and history   January 11, 2013 India Grows at Night Twenty-five years of high growth have made India one of the world’s fastest-growing economies. A majority of Indians will soon emerge from a struggle against want. Yet, faced …