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Network Power

By David Singh Grewal, Christian Barry | Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs | January 5, 2009

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The world isn't flat, it's networked, says David Singh Grewal in his analysis of the social dynamics of globalization. Dominant international standards can be both helpful and exclusionary, as evidenced by the emergence of English as a global second language and the difficulty of achieving consensus at the WTO. (Public Affairs Program)

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