Thea Lee, April 9, 2002

Thea Lee is the Assistant Director for International Economics at AFL-CIO. She has been a trade policy expert at the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, DC.

James K. Galbraith, October 18, 2004

James K. Galbraith discusses the emergence of inequality under globalization.

Carl Pope, April 19, 2002

Carl Pope talks about the environment’s impact on free trade.

Lawrence H. Summers, October 18, 2004

Lawrence H. Summers discusses the economic future of the US in the global world.

Carl Pope, April 19, 2003

Carl Pope talks about the environment’s impact on free trade. He has been the executive director of the Sierra Club since 1992. He wants to talks about how globalization can proceed in an environmentally sound manner.

Thomas L. Friedman, April 15, 2005

Friedman explains how the flattening of the world happened at the dawn of the twenty-first century.

Paul Collier, May 13, 2005

In an interview, Paul Collier, Professor of Economics, Oxford University, and Director, Centre for the Study of African Economies, discusses Africa’s future in the global market.

Kemal Dervis, March 13, 2005

Kemal Dervis, former Minister of Economic Affairs in Turkey and author of the book, A Better Globalization, talks about reforming the United Nations Security Council and role of the international financial institutions.

Thomas L. Friedman, February 22, 2006

In an interview, Thomas L. Friedman talks about the next edition and updates to his bestselling book, “The World Is Flat.”

Kofi Annan, October 2, 2002

Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations, responds to questions on Iraq, the International Criminal Court, and other topics after his speech at Yale.