Environment & Climate Change

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Analysis & Opinions - The Boston Globe

In Galapagos Islands, Influx Prompts a Harsh Migration Policy

| July 30, 2012

"In an effort to help save the islands 600 miles into the Pacific Ocean, Ecuador's controversial president, Rafael Correa, has adopted one of the strictest migration enforcement efforts in the history of mankind. It is as though the United States took the same unforgiving rules it uses to limit the influx of foreigners and used them to keep Americans from going to the state of Hawaii."

Activists of the anti globalization organization attac are dressed like wolves in sheep furs while protesting against the upcoming world financial summit with a poster "Wearing a sheep fur still does not change the system" in Vienna on Nov. 14,  2008.

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Analysis & Opinions - The Korea Times

Which Globalization Will Survive?

| April 13, 2009

"The world economy will shrink this year for the first time since 1945, and some economists worry that the current crisis could spell the beginning of the end of globalization....Globalization has several dimensions, and, though economists all too often portray it and the world economy as being one and the same, other forms of globalization also have significant effects — not all of them benign — on our daily lives."