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Book Review: ‘Does Capitalism Have a Future?’ by Immanuel Wallerstein, et al.


Will capitalism overcome the many threats to its survival? What will replace it if it fails? This volume by leading world system theorists attempts to provide answers. Read More »

Is Obama’s Call for Peace an Impossible Dream?

How global domestic abuse affects you, and what you can do about it. Read More »

Book Review: The Art of Looking Into The Future: The Five Principles of Technological Innovation by R.S. Amblee

The Art Of Looking Into The Future is a considerable thrust into uncharted territory in humankind's existence. Read More »

Walmart’s Low Prices Bear a High Cost for America

Walmart offers cheap goods, but from driving out competitors to expanding taxpayer subsidized healthcare, little good actually comes from this. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Film Socialisme

Jean-Luc Godard's first film in six years find the master as playful and confrontational as ever. Read More »

U.S. Economy Facing a Protracted Economic Slump

The recession that began in 2007 marks the longest economic slump in the U.S. since the 19th century. Read More »

Employers Refuse to Give Unemployed a Chance, While Investing, Hiring in China

Employers to long-term unemployed and thirty-somethings: You need not apply. Read More »

Wal-Mart and Globalisation

Globalisation has two meanings for companies like Wal-Mart. One is for it and the other is against workers’ interests. Read More »

UN’s Millennium Development Goals in 2010, Summary and Soft Critique

The idea that a global mindset can be adopted at the state level is proof that globalization is still very much prevalent within UN thought. Read More »

German Chancellor Wants Nationalization of Jobs and Globalization of Resources

The recent rise in concern for immigration in European countries is nothing but a cover-up for the effects of the European austerity measures. Read More »