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North Korea - Rocket Man Donald Trump is by far one of the most divisive US presidents in American history, but few would dispute that the...

The world’s factory

Forty years on from Mao’s death, China is leading globalisation without forfeiting its cultural identity or national sovereignty. To properly outline China’s role within globalisation,...

Is international trade safer these days?

In the wake of the economic crisis, the WTO has wind in its sails. Market globalisation seems to know no boundaries. It has been...

The rules of global employment

Jobs are shifting towards other continents and industrial sectors,creating winners and losers. Politicians must identify and implement new education and training systems. Along with...

Art – Damian Hirst, a global artist

Until 3 December 2017, Palazzo Grassi displays the precious cargo of a shipwreck. Damien Hirst is a big name, a man who has often fielded criticism...

Books – The Great Divergence

A book worth reading to understand globalisation’s past and peer into its future. The next trade revolution is already upon. But unlike in the past,...

Anti-globalisation: Naomi Klein meets Trump

The No Logo movement against multinationals and the Earth’s exploitation is increasingly fashionable. Chomsky, Farage, Le Pen and Grillo all agree. The movement or...

Irrepressible globalisation

Internationalisation has opened markets and reduced poverty. Regardless of protectionist inclinations, this is a tidal wave that can’t be stopped. Some venerate...

DOSSIER – Globalisation: truth and fiction

When all the planet’s inhabitants use the same means of communication and have potential access to the same verifiable information, this generates an almost...

INTERVIEW – Self-determination, to be free of oppression – Marino Busdachin (Unpo)

From Catalania to Kurdistan, two very different ways of feeling oppressed. The role of the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation. An interview with Marino...

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