New Global Studies seeks to publish original and innovative research on the contemporary phenomena of globalization.
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Economic and Fertility Policies in an Era of Globalization: A Comparison of Ireland and Singapore7
Transforming Today's Students into Tomorrow's Global Citizens: Challenges for U.S. Educators9
Irene V. Langran, Elizabeth Langran, and Kathy Ozment
Time for a New Global Currency?11
`National' and `Global' Political Islam: Three Books by Olivier Roy13
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