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Foreign Affairs: Campaign 2000: New World, New Deal: A Democratic Approach to Globalization

Authors: W. Bowman Cutter, Joan E. Spero, Visiting Fellow, Foundation Center, and Laura D'Andrea Tyson, Professor, Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley
March/April 2000

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The international economic challenges facing a new American president are twofold: first, to grasp the fundamental changes in the global economy, and second, to respond by fostering the conditions and institutions required for a world in which the United States can remain secure and prosperous. The central task of international economic policy is to help develop a new system of global economic relations -- a task made essential, rather than simply desirable, by the enormous and irreversible changes now sweeping the world.

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