globalisation

 
Long live globalisation
Long live globalisation
Geneva — Will global cooperation finally emerge from the doldrums in 2019? The international community’s recent agreement...
China on charm offensive at World Economic Forum
China on charm offensive at World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum (WEF) in the Chinese city of Dalian this week for the so-called Summer Davos comes at a time when China is assuming a...
Gordhan: Globalisation widens income gap, policy must counter inequality
Gordhan: Globalisation widens income gap, policy must counter inequality
Former finance minister Pravin Gordhan said globalisation is one driver of higher inequality in countries such as South Africa. 
​Globalisation is ticking along and it’s best not to mess with it
​Globalisation is ticking along and it’s best not to mess with it
ANALYSISThis year has been full of news about the slowing or perhaps even the end of globalisation. The evidence is global trade volumes...
The G20 leaders could learn a thing or two from the rapidly rising marijuana movement
The G20 leaders could learn a thing or two from the rapidly rising marijuana movement
THE FIFTH COLUMNChina reportedly cleared the air above the city of Hangzhou to accommodate a successful ascent during this year’s G20...
Recalling anti-racism
Recalling anti-racism
Anti-racism as a current of thought and as a social movement has a long history. From the opposition to slavery to the...
Creole: The original language
Creole: The original language
Françoise Lionnet is a professor of comparative literature and director of the African Studies Centre at the University of California in Los...
Managing expatriates
Managing expatriates
The increase in corporate globalisation requires companies to send professionals abroad to man offshore operations to achieve and sustain a...
Improving systems of innovation
Improving systems of innovation
Much has been written about the role of innovation in improving the economic growth and as a stimulus to poverty reduction in developing countries....
Globalisation exacerbates plight of poor, research finds
Globalisation exacerbates plight of poor, research finds
The wellbeing of many poor people has deteriorated in the past 15 years as a result of factors beyond their control such as environmental degradation, rapid changes in crop prices and economic crises, a report from Catholic aid agency Cafod says....

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