New World, New Deal

Cutter, W. Bowman; Spero, Joan; Tyson, Laura D'Andrea
March 2000
Foreign Affairs;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p80
Discusses the economic and political effects of globalization. International economic challenges facing the successor to United States President Bill Clinton; Historic observations on global leadership; Relationship between America's credibility to lead and the strength of the US economy; Widening gap between per capita incomes in rich and poor counties; Ways in which the US has benefited from globalization; US foreign policy.


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