Tag Archives: Joseph Stiglitz

The Rule-Based International Order: Discourse and Reality in East Asia (short version)


The rule-based international order or the liberal international order, has recently garnered increasing attention recently. This post-World War II order is generally defined as a free open market, trade and liberal globalization system. Such an order has been argued to … Continue reading

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Links for Thought 12


1) The Real Hamilton: What’s Not to Love? A Bloomberg article that talks about Alexander Hamilton, one of the very early US Treasury Secretaries, and how his ideas to grow the US economy then wouldn’t be accepted by the mainstream … Continue reading

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The NSS 2015 & the SDSR 2015: The “Development” parts Part 2


Another also quite obvious development initiative proposed was to continue developing global or international development arena is brought up on page 48, paragraph 5.9 which states that the UK has and will continue to play a leading role in the … Continue reading

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So you want to start another organisation to combat poverty? A possible case of too many cooks spoiling the broth


“You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one” so wrote John Lennon is his extremely well known song Imagine. Many people individually or collectively imagine they can creating something, even though they know others have already done … Continue reading

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Links for thought 10


After a long long while, here are a list of links for thought: Continue reading

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Ten myths surrounding US aid/US aid giving


I’ve a feeling that most of the American public and parliamentarians, Republican or Democrat, hate the idea of its country giving foreign aid whilst their special relationship cousins across the Atlantic have been very much for global poverty alleviation Continue reading

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