Occasional Links 28

International Development:

1) The global development agenda in 2007.

2) A pro-globalization view from The Washington Post.

3) Jeffry Frieden reviews Joseph Stiglitz’s Making Globalization Work in The New York Times.

4) From Dollars & Sense: seeing microcredit as affirming neoliberalism.

5) Dissent on pursuing a left-right alliance against the World Bank.

Politics & Economics:

6) Axess on Copenhagen and Amsterdam and the move from liberalism to nationalism.

7) The New Republic on how Canada became a conservative nation. Horror of horrors!

Progressive Christianity:

8) Andy Crouch on biblical counterculturalism.

Others:

9) The shift of educational strategy from Socratic method of dialogue to standardized testing.

10) Academic turns city into social experiment.