Bush’s attempt to wreck the climate talks follows an established pattern of self-destruction
Text of lecture given to the Royal Society of Arts, and printed in their magazine
Battle of the Manifestos
We need new international laws to tell us whether or not force is justified.
The jobs Britain stole from the Asian subcontinent 300 years ago are now returning. Is this a good thing or a bad one?
Europe wrecked the world trade talks, but it may accidentally have forced the poor world to assert its power. Final installment of the series on trade.
Some of those calling for changes in the way we trade are working against the interests of the poor. This is the second of a three-part series on trade.
We need a global trading regime which permits only the nice guys to survive.
At the world trade summit next week, the rich world will ensure that the poor world stays that way. This is the first of a three-part series on trade
The UN should not become the dustbin for America’s failed adventures
The International Monetary Fund does not make its “mistakes” by accident.
Why does the right refuse to see that US power has become a threat to our sovereignty?
“Localisation” is both destructive and unjust
Our task is not to overthrow globalisation, but to use it as a vehicle for the first global democratic revolution.
How to Stop America
The West became rich by ignoring patent rules and protecting its industries. Poor countries should be allowed to do the same.
The figures which purport to show that the world’s poor are emerging from poverty don’t add up
By tearing up the global rulebook, the US is in fact undermining its own imperial rule
The UN Security Council is inherently tyrannical. No war it mandates can ever be just
The free market is imposed on the poor world, but absent from the rich world