SECTION 1: A CHANGING WORLD
1. Awakening Giants, Feet of Clay.
Pranab Bardhan. Journal of South Asian Development. Vol. 1 No. 1 2006.
2. The Wal-Mart You Don’t Know.
Charles Fishman. Fast Company. December 2003.
3. The Radical Thesis on Globalization and the Case of Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez.
Steve Ellner. Latin American Perspectives. Vol. 29 No. 6. 2002.
4. A Coffee Connoisseur on a Mission.
Michaele Weissman. The New York Times. June 22, 2006.
5. The Great Turning: From Empire to Earth Community.
David Korten. Yes! Magazine. Summer 2006.
SECTION 2: INEQUALITY AND POVERTY
6. Always With Us: Jeffrey Sachs plan to eliminate poverty.
John Cassidy. New Yorker. April 11, 2005.
7. Born into Bondage.
Paul Raffaele. Smithsonian. September 2005.
8. Pulling Rickshaws in the City of Dhaka.
Sharifa Begum and Binayak Sen. Environment and Urbanization. Vol. 17 No. 2 2002.
9. The Good Samaritans: Melinda Gates, Bono, and Bill Gates.
Nancy Gibbs. Time. January 2, 2006.
10. Violencia Femicida: Violence Against Women and Mexico’s Structural Crisis.
Mercedes Olivera. Latin American Perspectives Vol. 33, No. 2. 2006.
11. How One Company Brought Hope to the Poor.
Marco Visscher. Ode Magazine. April 2005.
SECTION 3: EDUCATION
12. The Right to Education in a Globalized World.
Ronald Lindahl. Journal of Studies in International Education. Vol. 10 No. 1 Spring 2006.
13. Breaking Down Notions of Us and Them: Answering Globalization with Global Learning.
Angelo Carfagna. FDU Magazine. Spring 2006.
14. A Would-Be Pilot, Hitting Turbulence on the Ground.
Michael Wines. The New York Times. April 30, 2005.
SECTION 4: CONFLICT
15. France: The Riots and the Republic.
Graham Murray. Race and Class Vol. 47 No. 2. 2006.
16. Torture: The Struggle Over a Peremptory Norm in a Counter-Terrorist Era.
Rosemary Foot. International Relations, Vol. 20, No 2. 2006.
17. Peace and Democracy for Haiti: A UN Mission Impossible?
David M. Malone. International Relations, Vol. 20, No. 2. 2006.
18. Globalization and the Study of International Security.
Victor D. Cha. Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 37, No. 3. 2000.
19. The Biggest Failure: A new approach to help the world’s internally displaced people.
Ray Wilkinson. Vol 4 No 141. 2006.
SECTION 5: HEALTH
20. Outsourcing Your Heart.
Unmesh Kher. Time Magazine. May 21, 2006.
21. Rumor, Fear and Fatigue Hinder Final Push to End Polio.
Celia W. Dugger and Donald. G. McNeil, Jr. The New York Times. March 20, 2006.
22. AIDS and Health-Policy Responses in European Welfare States.
Monika Steffen. Journal of European Social Policy Vol. 14. 2004
23. US Plan to Lure Nurses May Hurt Poor Nations.
Celia W. Dugger. The New York Times. May 24, 2006.
SECTION 6: ENERGY
24. Exploitation of Energy Resources in Africa.
Julia Maxted. Journal of Developing Societies Vol. 22, No. 1. 2006.
25. While Washington Slept.
Mark Hertsgaard. Vanity Fair. May 2006.
26. Some Convenient Truths: stopping global warming.
Gregg Easterbrook. The Atlantic. September 2006.
SECTION 7: Shah M. Tarzi, Sociology Department, Bradley University, 1501 West Bradley Avenue, Peoria, IL 61625, ENVIRONMENT
27. A Financial Framework for Reducing Slums: Lessons from Experience in Latin America.
Bruce Ferguson and Jesus Navarrete. Environment and Urbanization, 2003. SAGE Publications.
28. Tropic of Answer: Ecotourism.
Charles Munn. Grist Magazine. April 14, 2006.
29. Strangers in the Forest.
Lawrence Osborne. New Yorker. April 18, 2005
30. In American Waters.
Scott Sernau. IU International News. Spring 2006.