Globalisation is good for you

The nation state can no longer deliver the left’s global agenda, says Nigel Harris. Globalisation is our best hope of reducing world poverty, he says Robin Blackburn replies with some ideas for a new system of global welfare Join the debate on the Red Pepper forum Other Red Pepper debates

December 3, 2007 · 1 min read

The nation state can no longer deliver the left’s global agenda, says Nigel Harris. Globalisation is our best hope of reducing world poverty, he says

Robin Blackburn replies with some ideas for a new system of global welfare

Join the debate on the Red Pepper forum

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