NOBEL PRIZE WINNER WARNS OF DANGERS OF GLOBALIZATION

Nobel Prize Winner Warns of Globalization, War on Terror

Nobel prize winner, Bangladeshi Muhammad Yunis, wars that globalization is becoming a "dangerous free-for-all highway." He also was critical of the U.S. invasion in Iraq. He believes terrorism cannot be defeated militarily. "Peace should be understood in a human way, in a broad social, political and economic way."

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/10/world/10cnd-nobel.html?hp&ex=1165813200&en=232cbc82ffb0f044&ei=5094&partner=homepage

Dani Rodrik Trade Economist at Harvard Kennedy School

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emi1777 7 years ago from Lund, Sweden

Interesting, I have always liked the work of Yunis.


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