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.