- Patrick Heller (Brown): Challenges and Opportunities: Civil Society in a Globalizing World.
- Jeanet Sinding Bentzen, Nicolai Kaarsen, and Asger Moll Wingender (Copenhagen): The Timing of Industrialization Across Countries.
- Partha Dasgupta (Cambridge): The Nature of Economic Development and the Economic Development of Nature.
- Collin Constantine and Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven (New School): How Nations Succeed: A Review of the Reversal of Fortune Thesis.
- Jamie Bologna (WVU): Corruption: The Good, the Bad, and the Uncertain.
- Michael J. Mazarr (NWC): The Rise and Fall of the Failed-State Paradigm: Requiem for a Decade of Distraction.
- Danny Auron (Fordham): The Derecognition Approach: Government Illegality, Recognition, and Non-Violent Regime Change.
- Patricia M. Muhammad (CBSC): The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A Legacy Establishing a Case for International Reparations.
- Mark Busser (McMaster): Global Ethics and the Power Relations of Responsibility.
- Jordan J. Paust (Houston): The U.S. and the ICC: No More Excuses.
- Mark J. Osiel on the demise of international criminal law.
- Adis Duderija on patriarchy as a major impediment to world peace today.
- The 10,000-year-old economy: Geography and history stack the deck against poor countries.
- Plucking the geese: Traditional ways of raising tax do not work well in a globalised world.
- Bill Gates on the “wager of the decade” and its unfortunate legacy.
- From Rolling Stone, Jeff Goodall interviews Bill Gates on how to save the planet.
- You can download The Idea of Human Rights by Charles R. Beitz (2009), and download Global Good Samaritans: Human Rights as Foreign Policy by Alison Brysk (2009).
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Omnivore - Society in a Globalizing World
From Bookforum's Omnivore blog, this new collection of links examines a variety of social issues as the world becomes increasingly globalized.