Each week, new waves of populist rhetoric pushing against globalization spew from each corner of the globe. Voters, angry with the inequitable distribution of wealth and prosperity wrought by globalized trade, rail against international trade agreements and large corporate interests in the Western world. 557 more words
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Author: F. William Engdahl
Originally published by New Eastern Outlook
If nature abhors a vacuum, geopolitics does so even more. The vote by a majority of the citizens of Great Britain to exit the dysfunctional construct misnamed the European Union is a symptom of something far deeper and more tectonic. 1,312 more words
The following summary of the event is written by Natalie Smith, a student in FASH455 Fall 2016.
- Michael Forman continually talked about the benefits of passing the TPP during the end of Obama’s term and during the lame duck period. 326 more words