Posts tagged ‘globalisation’

April 6, 2012

Deglobalisation?

The government surplus/deficit of Portugal, It...

The government surplus/deficit of Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece, United Kingdom, Spain (PIIGGS) against the Eurozone 2000-2010. Data from Eurostat. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From IWCA:

The current Eurozone crisis is only the spearhead of a wider crisis of globalisation. The neo-liberal economic model which has swept the world over the past thirty years has reached, or is reaching, its limits. Senior capitalist spokespeople are talking of the possibility of ‘deglobalisation’, and the need for a ‘rebalancing’ of the global economy. We are in the early stages of a transition to a post-neo-liberal era. What that era will look like is unknown, but there is no guarantee that it will be progressive. 

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July 10, 2010

This week’s news, comment and analysis

In this edition: how Mexico’s drug wars relate to economic globalisation, how the German Left Party is navigating the new global cartography of power, the British national obsession with immigration, and more on the oil spill.

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