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YaleGlobal Online Articles

Will Hickey
YaleGlobal
, 9 April 2015
China’s AIIB could be source of sour grapes or valid concerns on standards for US and Japan
Andrew Small
YaleGlobal
, 7 April 2015
China wants to avoid criticism over its close security ties with troublesome Pakistan
Joseph Chamie
YaleGlobal
, 6 March 2014
After centuries of male dominance in higher education, women outnumber men in attendance, graduation rates
Anastasia Okorochkova
YaleGlobal
, 14 April 2015
Hard times combined with falling oil prices could encourage Russia to lead in sustainability
Riaz Hassan
YaleGlobal
, 3 September 2009
Study of a comprehensive database gives a surprising answer

In the News

Knowledge@Wharton
, 28 January 2008
Western investors are only partly successful in reshaping the governing boards of foreign firms
Anna Yukhananov
Reuters
, 15 April 2015
Growth is expected for Europe and Japan, but not the US and China
Ozias Tungwarara
AllAfrica.com
, 17 April 2015
Hatred follows migration fueled by conflict, corruption, poverty and climate change
Arif Rafiq
The Diplomat
, 10 April 2015
The Islamic State threatens Iran from both Iraq and Afghanistan

Videos

Global Perspectives
, 5 March 2015

John Githongo, Kenya’s most prominent anti-corruption advocate and CEO of Inuka Kenya Trust, encourages advocating for transparency in today’s globalized world. Githongo delivered the Coca-Cola Lecture at Yale entitled “Corruption, Security, and Development: Volatile Nexus” on February 11, 2015. This video is part of the Yale Global Perspectives series. To learn more about Yale and the world, visit world.yale.edu.

Bruce Ackerman et all
, 4 April 2003

Hosted by the interdisciplinary program in Ethics, Politics and Economics at Yale University, six professors, Bruce Ackerman, Arjun Appadurai, William K. Lanman, Seyla Benhabib, Paul Gilroy, Ben Kiernan, reflected on the war in Iraq, its buildup, and its aftermath. Please install Real Player and click download in order to see the video.

Admiral William J. Fallon
, 6 March 2009
Admiral William J. Fallon, former commander of US Central Command, analyzes the US role in Iraq and Afghanistan, including criticisms about troop numbers, in an interview with Nayan Chanda.

Podcasts

Carmen Reinhart
, 7 October 2010

In an interview with Nayan Chanda, Professor Carmen Reinhart, co-author of This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly, discusses the causes behind the current financial crisis and the measures needed to recover and grow.

http://yaleglobal.yale.edu/content/carmen-reinhart-transcript
Zhiwu Chen
, 3 December 2001

Are the changes in China due to Globalization? Zhiwu Chen explores the rise and fall of China's economy in light of increased globalization. He is a Professor of Finance at Yale University’s School of Management.

Ahmed Rashid and M.J. Akbar
, 23 September 2003

Ernesto Zedillo, Director of the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, moderated this discussion of the conflict over Kashmir. The two guest panelists were Ahmed Rashid, and M.J. Akbar. Please install Real Player and click download in order to see the video.

Bound Together Column

Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 27 September 2011
The US, lazy on education, fails to keep up with globalization
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 24 November 2008
Amid a range of difficult realities, Obama must fulfill expectations
Nayan Chanda
Businessworld
, 5 January 2008
Historical interconnections between communities worldwide have multiplied manifold in recent times

Book Reviews

Stan Liebowitz
New York: Amacom
2003
The book examines exactly why so many e-commerce firms went wrong, and how, utilizing traditional economic concepts, businesses can build the foundation for success in the future.
Edited by Richard Giulianotti and Roland Robertson
Blackwell Publishing
2009
The book reveals that the study of globalization of sport, is a rich affair, open to the analysis of historians, anthropologists, economists and many other specialists.
Medard Gabel & Henry Bruner
New York: The New Press
2003
One of the major agents of globalization - the multinational corporation - has been alternately portrayed as global villain and global economic booster.

Book Excerpts

Ian Shapiro
Princeton University Press
2007
Power expands to fill a vacuum. This holds for ideas no less than for military campaigns, as the George W Bush administration's national security doctrine has so dramatically underscored. (1) Announced in the wake of the September 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, it ranks as one of the most dramatic sea changes in U.S. national security policy ever. The Bush Doctrine has also turned traditional Republican Party foreign policy inside out and upside down. The congenital skeptics of foreign entanglements, whose leader heaped scorn on "nation building" in his 2000 presidential campaign, were transformed overnight into the world's self-appointed internationalists and policemen. The Bush administration committed itself to exporting American-style freedom and democracy worldwide, to confronting an "Axis of Evil" that was said to reach from to Tehran to Pyongyang, and to waging unilateral preemptive war by coalitions "of the willing" so as to achieve regime change as was undertaken in Iraq in March of 2003.
Ramachandra Guha
University of California Press
2006
The United States is presiding at a general reorganization of the ways of living throughout the world. - André Siegfried, 1932 (1)
Ian Burma
Penguin Press
2006
Holland, and Amsterdam in particular, has a long history of taking in foreigners. Sephardic Jews arrived from Antwerp and farther south in the late 16th and early 17th centuries, many of them refugees from the Spanish Inquisition. The Dutch Republic in its Golden Age was wealthy and offered religious freedom. This actually prompted many Jews, who had let their traditions lapse or been forced to convert to Catholicism, to revive their faith. A large Portuguese synagogue was built in Amsterdam between 1671 and 1675, and another was built by Polish and German Ashkenazim in 1670. For a long time, Jews, many of them very poor, suffered from all kinds of professional and social restrictions, but they were not persecuted, until the Germans arrived in 1940. This earned Amsterdam the Yiddish name of Mokum, the City.

Academic Papers

David Lai
China Security Vol. 5 No. 1
Winter 2009
The PLA's move to go global is a natural outgrowth of China's expanding power
European Commission
9 June 2008
American and European governments will need to address major shifts in the global economy
The Commission of Eminent Persons
3 June 2008
Report addresses the many challenges and opportunities the Agency will face in the future