(114.) Mark Strauss (2003), Antiglobalism
's Jewish Problem, in http://www.ncsj.
now seems paranoid of different cultures, its tradition of democracy -- the source of its history -- and the younger generation, which seems to be inclined to support the antiglobalism
movement, are weapons to fight such paranoia, said Elmandjra, who studied in the U.S.
But I think only a very small portion of the population will go toward simplification and antiglobalism
. It'll be people in the older consumer groups.
He combines a rather rudimentary education with a jumble of undigested political and economic notions culled from a variety of sources--Marxism, Latin American-style nationalism, indigenous irredentism, environmentalism, and antiglobalism
. Oddly enough, although many of his closest political associates are veterans of Venezuela's small but influential Marxist or semi-Marxist Left, the ideologue generally thought to have the greatest influence over him, Norberto Ceresole, is an Argentine fascist living in Spain.
 But there has been little exploration from a historical perspective of the antiglobalism
potential of left nationalism.
and the Demise of the Multilateral Agreement on Investment.
While Kang recognizes nascent anti-American dissent and antiglobalism
within the candlelight protests, she acknowledges that many participants likely did not understand the complexities of Korean-U.S.
The politics, always essentially Marxist with various overlays from Benjamin, Luacs, Gramsci, and others, has now evolved into an apocalyptic form of antiglobalism
, loosely inspired on this occasion by some not entirely coherent thoughts attributed to Subcomandante Marcos, of the Zapatistas of Chiapas.
When will antiglobalism
activists and political economists like the authors of TAP's special insert have the courage to contemplate the devastating effects of overpopulation on the lives of people in the third world?