Capitalism has a nationality.
Despite the increasing ‘transnationalization’ of capital, most transnational companies in fact remain national companies with international operations, rather than genuinely nation-less companies. 304 more words
Neoliberalism is the commitment of governments and policy-markers to the principle of ‘free markets’ and involves the advocacy of trade liberalisation, financial market deregulation, and the elimination of barriers to foreign investment, the reduction of state involvement in the economy and the protection and encouragement of private property rights. 119 more words
One set of views, held generally by the right wing political parties in India and the think tanks backing them, squarely blames for our nation’s many ills (especially its lack of economic progress) the choice, at the outset of our independence, of a socialist paradigm and persisting with that folly for forty years or more. 1,351 more words
The Italians used to be very pro-EU, simply because they felt than any “foreign” Institution would be better than their own. Today their love for Brussels has faded almost completely. 269 more words
Finland is ready to invest a large amount of resources in its higher education and research system to be able to take advantage of the “untapped opportunities” that globalization can offer (Ministry of Education, 2009, p.5). 718 more words
On a glorious Autumn Saturday I ventured out into the countryside on my push-bike.
After an hour of peaceful pedaling in the low-lit, leafy lanes, I started gaining on a well turned-out gentleman trotting merrily on a skimming-stone grey mount. 847 more words