New Global Studies seeks to publish original and innovative research on the contemporary phenomena of globalization.
Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 1 (2009)
City-State Redux: Rethinking Optimal State Size in an Age of Globalization3Kurt Taylor Gaubatz
London in the Global Telecommunication Network of the Nineteenth Century5Roland Wenzlhuemer
Economic and Fertility Policies in an Era of Globalization: A Comparison of Ireland and Singapore7Sandra SuarezCommentary
Transforming Today's Students into Tomorrow's Global Citizens: Challenges for U.S. Educators9Irene V. Langran, Elizabeth Langran, and Kathy OzmentDocumentation
Time for a New Global Currency?11Warren CoatsReview Essay
`National' and `Global' Political Islam: Three Books by Olivier Roy13Khaled HroubBook Review
Review of God Needs No Passport: Immigrants and the Changing American Religious Landscape15Erik Hudak
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