The World After Globalism

An interview with John Ralston Saul, the author of "The Collapse of Globalism."

"[John Ralston] Saul, a Canadian, writes that the collapse of free trade orthodoxy has left us in a vacuum, unmoored from the (spurious) certainties of yesterday's economic fundamentalism but lacking a better framework for thinking about economic arrangements within and among states. The task of figuring out what that framework might be requires, first of all, that the proponents of globalization admit that there's a problem with their model, which many have been unwilling to do."

Full Story: The Collapse of Globalism

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