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Toward the ‘Rights of the Poor’ Human Rights in Liberation Theology
In this article, the author traces the response of liberation theologians to human rights initiatives through three distinct stages over the past thirty years: from an initial avoidance of theExpand
How to Rule the World: The Coming Battle Over the Global Economy
A debate is taking place over what values should define the international order. For global elites, it is a debate about how to rule the world: a conflict between one vision of global order based onExpand
From Microcredit to a World Without Profit?: Muhammad Yunus Wrestles with Moving Beyond a Society Based on Greed
Muhammad Yunus, the Bangladeshi economist, godfather of microcredit, and founder of the now-famous Grameen Bank, enchants many different types of people with his imaginings of a better future. AExpand
Active refugee admission policies in Europe: exploring an emerging research field
Family reunification is an Active Refugee Admission Policy (ARAP) that allows refugees to enjoy their right to family life. The literature on family reunification focuses on countries withExpand
The Machiavelli of Nonviolence: Gene Sharp and the Battle Against Corporate Rule
If there are some things in life that should not be bet on, the question of who will next win the Nobel Peace Prize somehow feels like it should be among them. Internet bookmakers, however, willExpand
Climate of Change: What Does an Inside-Outside Strategy Mean?
For those who believe that the arc of the moral universe is long but bends toward justice, it is comforting to see that bend reflected in the polls. Over time, as public awareness of an outrageExpand
Resumen. Los lideres latinoamericanos inauguraron un banco de fomento Banco del Sur en una ceremonia en Buenos Aires el 9 de diciembre de 2007. Este fondo monetario apoyara el desarrollo regional yExpand
Naming Our Desire: How do we talk about socialism in America?
In the past two years, democratic socialism has been put back on the political map in the United States, gaining a relevance it has not enjoyed in decades. This has raised some important questions:Expand