Daniel Griswald of the Cato Institute argues that free trade promotes political freedom.
William Scheuerman's social theory and philosophical issues on the topic.
Review of the book by Jean-Pierre Lehmann, argues that liberalism is an essential feature of society and that universal liberalism is a goal the world should pursue.
Online booklet puts forward a marxist perspective on globalization.
Economist Martin Hart-Landsberg examines the Mexican experience with neo-liberalism.
Argues that since globalization is being sold as the optimal solution for the world it is deemed necessary to fall back upon theology and disguise the lack of arguments with dogmas and neoliberal beliefs.
Paper by John C. Cross, of the Department of Sociology at The American University in Cairo, 1997, about the role of such organizations in the development of third-world nations.
Pierre Bourdieu argues in Le Monde Diplomatique that neo-liberalism may actually impede the free market mechanisms it advocates, 1998.
Essay by Nina Laurie and Simon Marvin of the Department of Geography at Newcastle University.
The American Prospect's extensive writings on the globalization debate.