In 1992, the United States was externally at its most powerful and domineering in history. But at the same time, a so-called “jobless recovery” after the early 1990s recession left many ordinary Americans feeling as though their best days were behind them. Into this void stepped the politically inexperienced but […]
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Autarky is typically defined as an extreme variety of economic self-sufficiency while it is otherwise defined as operating on the basis of a closed economy. While the modern era has never seen a fully autarkic economy, the 20th century examples most readily singled out as examples of pseudo-autarky are Albania […]
We Are All Globalists Now: The Question is – Are We Western Neo-Liberal Globalists or Chinese Win-Win Globalists?
The term “globalism” means many different things to many different people. The definitions vary as much due to cultural factors as ideological ones. When the word first appeared in the common vernacular it tended to have universally positive connotations which referred to the power of technology and the confluence of […]