n Law, Democracy & Development - Editorial : May 2010

Volume 14, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1028-1053
  • E-ISSN: 2077-4907



"Globalisation", like climate change, is one of the abiding realities of our time which, within a generation, has changed the world almost beyond recognition. The term itself means different things to different people, ranging from economic integration in itself to the now-defunct neo-liberal policies that largely guided the process up to the sub-prime crisis of 2008. Most of those engaged with the first-world economy in countries around the globe have experienced it, above all, as a revolution in information technology which, some say, has changed the way we think.

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