Recent YaleGlobal Articles

Sidney Jones
December 6, 2002
The war on terror in Southeast Asia has a quickened tempo in the wake of the discovery of a bombing plot in Singapore and the Bali bomb attacks killing nearly 200 people. These heightened anti-terrorist measures come just as countries like Indonesia and the Philippines are emerging from years of...
Richard Katz
December 4, 2002
Japanese exports have been at the forefront of the globalization of its manufacturing sector, and yet the Japanese economy as a whole remains remarkably insular. If Japan is to dig itself out of its current deep economic crisis, the solution has to be further opening of the country and increased...
Allen J. Scott
November 29, 2002
Hollywood films represent more than half, and sometimes more than two-thirds of total box-office receipts in major markets. Films that succeed in the US market also tend to succeed in foreign markets. This suggests that a convergence of popular taste may be coming about, though in many countries...
Strobe Talbott
November 26, 2002
The Iraq crisis could have the ironic but salutary effect of reinvigorating the United Nations, revealing George W. Bush to be more of a multilateralist than the rest of the world thought (and feared), and establishing a welcome degree of continuity in American foreign policy. - YaleGlobal
Nayan Chanda
November 19, 2002
Nayan Chanda
November 19, 2002
Nayan Chanda
November 19, 2002
Amartya Sen
November 19, 2002
The throngs of protestors that flock to every major international conference or summit claim as their goal the reversal of Western-dominated globalization. But these protestors, themselves the products of globalization, often find their constructive criticism drowned out by inflammatory rhetoric....
Guo Liang
November 18, 2002
Why would the Communist Party, which attempts to censor all media in China, allow and even encourage Chinese citizens to surf the internet? So that people can explore the world, of course! Helping Chinese people learn about the world is the big goal, according to President Jiang Zemin. But the...
Michael Richardson
November 17, 2002
World fisheries are suffering. With huge fishing fleets subsidized by governments, ineffective or non-existent multi-lateral agreements to control overfishing, and rampant piracy, the world’s oceans are not merely overfished, they are being laid bare. Add new technology that allows fishers to trawl...
Walid Mougayar
October 11, 2002
When TV manufacturers outsource their products along a global supply chain, they create a win-win-win situation. The manufacturers have lower costs, the consumers have cheaper TV’s, and TV’s are better made. Standardization of parts, economies of scale, and lower transportation costs have made most...
Aparisim Ghosh
October 10, 2002
Globalization is an older phenomenon than many people realize. In the early 1400's, the Chinese emperor set about building trade ties between his Ming dynasty China and other peoples in Asia, the Middle East, and East Africa. Under the guidance of Admiral Zheng He, massive fleets plied the...
October 4, 2002
In a wide-sweeping question and answer session following a speech at Yale University, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan emphasized that peace and security in the international order were the responsibility of all nations, not only the US. The UN Security Council was charged with this...
Kofi Annan
October 1, 2002
In an address at Yale University, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, made a forceful appeal to the developed world to work towards an inclusive globalization. He said the world had no choice. “Either we help the outsiders in a globalized world out of a sense of moral...
David Dapice
September 26, 2002
Globalization is not an inevitable, irreversible trend. With the destruction of World War I, increasingly integrated global economic structures began to unravel, collapsing during the Great Depression of the early 20th century. Our more recent era of globalization faces two major threats -...
Nayan Chanda
December 5, 2001

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