GPF Virtual Club

GLOBALIZING SOCIAL DEMOCRACY

 

Market capitalism has just experienced an upheaval that is unprecedented. Yet, social democracy remains rather muted, weakened on the continent which saw it emerge, in the 19th century, as a reaction to the excesses of that very same capitalism.

 

Shaping attractive solutions for our citizens requires, in my view, a new approach.

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GPF Virtual Club
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Global governance

A better distribution of income may be needed for global recovery

A better distribution of income may be needed for global recovery
 
                                     Kemal Derviş
 
 

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GPF Virtual Club
Theme: 
Global governance

Are Free Trade Agreements a potential threat to public policies?

 
 
 
 
The Virtual Club of the Global Progressive Forum
 

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GPF Virtual Club
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Global governance

Why Europe needs a new China strategy: making the G3 work

The Atlantic Era is now at the height of its development and must soon exhaust the resources at its command. The Pacific Era, destined to be the greatest of all, is just at its dawn,” wrote US- President Theodore Roosevelt in 1903. A century later, half of the world population lives in Asia, which may well be the most dynamic economic region today. China’s stunning ascent from a developing country to an economic superpower in only thirty years lifted millions of people out of poverty.

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GPF Virtual Club
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Global governance
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