SOURCE: National Review
by Victor Davis Hanson
Globalism, the tech boom, illegal immigration, campus radicalism, the new racialism . . . Are they leading us toward an 1861?
by Or Rosenboim
As conceived in the post-war period globalism was not the antithesis of nationalism.
SOURCE: The Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus
by Karoline Postel-Vinay
The hostile reaction to globalization isn’t confined to the West.
by Jeremy Adelman
Historians cheered globalism with work about cosmopolitans and border-crossing, but the power of place never went away.
by Patrick Porter
Technology may accelerate movement and compress physical space. But it does not necessarily shrink strategic space, the ability to project power affordably across the earth.
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