The Globalized World

    1. "A Free Press is Crucial in Overcoming Global Poverty"
      http://www.globalpolicy.org/globaliz/cultural/2002/1114pov.htm
      Global Policy Forum "A Free Press is Crucial in Overcoming Global Poverty" by Joseph Stiglitz and Roumeen Islam
    2. "Why National Pride Still Has a Home in the Global Village"
      http://www.globalpolicy.org/globaliz/cultural/2002/0318pride.htm
      Global Policy Forum "Why National Pride Still Has a Home in the Global Village" by David Flint
    3. Center for Free Trade Policy Studies
      http://www.freetrade.org/issues/globalization.html
      "Globalization" describes the ongoing global trend toward the freer flow of trade and investment across borders and the resulting integration of the international economy. Because it expands economic freedom and spurs competition, globalization raises the productivity and living standards of people in countries that open themselves to the global marketplace.
    4. Center for Free Trade Policy Studies
      http://www.freetrade.org/pubs/articles/bl-4-15-00.html
      "Globalphobia in the Streets -- Again"
    5. Globalization101
      http://www.globalization101.org/
      Globalization101.org is dedicated to providing students with information and interdisciplinary learning opportunities on this complex phenomenon. Our goal is to challenge you to think about many of the controversies surrounding globalization and to promote an understanding of the trade-offs and dilemmas facing policy-makers.
    6. International Monetary Fund
      http://www.imf.org/external/np/exr/key/global.htm#II
      The term "globalization" has acquired considerable emotive force. Some view it as a process that is beneficial--a key to future world economic development--and also inevitable and irreversible. Others regard it with hostility, even fear, believing that it increases inequality within and between nations, threatens employment and living standards and thwarts social progress. This brief offers an overview of some aspects of globalization and aims to identify ways in which countries can tap the gains of this process, while remaining realistic about its potential and its risks.
    7. The Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education
      http://spice.stanford.edu/
      "SPICE" serves as a bridge between Stanford University and K-14 schools by developing multidisciplinary curriculum materials on international themes. As a program of the Institute for International Studies, SPICE reflects the scholarship of Stanford University in its curricula and professional development seminars for teachers. The curricula and seminars focus on contemporary issues in the context of their cultural and historical underpinnings.
    8. The World Bank Group
      http://youthink.worldbank.org/
      The World Bank's student and teacher informational website.
    9. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
      http://www.unesco.org/culture/industries/trade/html_eng/introduction.shtml
      "Culture, trade, and globalisation"