“Conclusion,” by Wolfgang H. Reinicke, Ch. 7 of his , Washington: Brookings Institution, 1998.
“The Real New World Order,” by Anne-Marie Slaughter, , 76 (September/October), pp. 183-197.
“The Future of Statecraft,” by Fareed Zakaria, (published by ), p. 42.
“The Insider: What I Learned at the World Economic Crisis,” by Joseph E. Stiglitz, , April 17 and 24, 2000, pp. 56-60.
“The Bumpy Ride of Joe Stiglitz,” , December 18, 1999, p. 125.
“Continental Drift: World Government Is Coming. Deal With It,” by Robert Wright, , January 17, 2000, pp. 18-23.
“Enemies of the WTO: Bogus Arguments Against the World Trade Organization,” by Paul Krugman, posted at his web site November 23, 1999.
“Change Rhetoric into Substance,” by Rubens Ricupero, , November 24, 1999, p. 2, from a speech made to the Seattle ministerial Meeting of the World Trade Organization.
“Closing Address,” by Dominique Strauss-Kahn, at a conference on Free Trade and the Environment: Conflict or Convergence?”, Fontainebleau, France, June 16, 2000.
EN. “The WTO and Market-Supportive Regulation: A Way Forward on New Competition, Technological, and Labor Issues,” by J. David Richardson, forthcoming in ..., Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis , ...
Group 2: Newer Readings (Since May 2001)
“Toward Global Parliament,” by Richard Falk and Andrew Strauss, in , January/February 2001, pp. 212-220.
“Toward a Global Financial Architecture for the 21st Century,” by Robert E. Litan, in Shahid Yusuf, Weiping Wu, and Simon Evenett, eds., , New York: Oxford University Press for the World Bank, 2000.
“The ILO and Enforcement of Core Labor Standards,” by Kimberly Ann Elliott, Washington, D.C.: Institute for International Economics Policy Briefs Number PB00-6, July 2000, updated version April 2001.
“Globalization’s Democratic Deficit: How to Make International Institutions More