New York Times  Oct 21  Comment 
As the agreement effectively died, it underscored the extent to which trade has become politically radioactive around much of the globe.
Forbes  Oct 13  Comment 
This article was originally published at Editor's Note: The Global Affairs column is curated by Stratfor's board of contributors, a diverse group of thinkers whose expertise inspires rigorous and innovative...
The Economic Times  Oct 9  Comment 
From challenges to Chinese growth to the rise of populist movements in Europe, there are plenty of reasons why market players should snap up volatility hedges.
Yahoo  Oct 8  Comment 
Markets might never be the same again.
Wall Street Journal  Oct 6  Comment 
One concern tops the list of worries finance ministers and central bankers are bringing to Washington this week: Fear that the modern age of free trade and international investment is hitting a wall.
Wall Street Journal  Oct 6  Comment 
The organization joined a growing call for governments to support foreign investment and avoid placing new restrictions on companies operating internationally.
Forbes  Sep 27  Comment 
CareerBuilder and Emsi recently released new data on the ways that the American lifestyle, new technology, and increased globalization have shaped the labor market and created new jobs over the past few years. Below is part three: how...
Japan Today  Sep 21  Comment 
Global economic growth will flounder this year and next at rates not seen since the financial crisis as the march of globalization grinds to a halt, the OECD warned on Wednesday. Long a motor for the global economy, trade growth is set to lag...
MarketWatch  Sep 20  Comment 
The secret is blockchain-based contracts between globalized firms and individuals or groups, writes Hernando de Soto.
Forbes  Sep 17  Comment 
Africa was sidetracked by the globalization wave of the last quarter of the 20th century. But that turned out to be a good thing. Most African frontier economies escaped the global financial bubble and the Great Recession that followed, and...


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