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Is Globalization Derailed? Feb. 13 Reuters Forum Examines Global Terror and the Global Economy

In the wake of Sept. 11, there are fears that tighter borders, security measures, customs restrictions, limits on money movements and reluctance of global corporations to invest abroad may derail the global economy. On the other side, globalization protesters are finding that security, public sensitivity to violence and the whole new structure of global politics are forcing them to change the way they make their voices heard.

On Wed., Feb. 13, the Graduate School of Journalism will hold the second of seven colloquia, "Global Terror and the Global Economy: Is Globalization Derailed?," as part of the 2002 Reuters Forum on global economics. The 6:00 p.m. event features Sarah Anderson, Institute for Policy Studies; Warren Bass, Council on Foreign Relations; Stephen Roach, Morgan Stanley; and moderator Richard Longworth, Chicago Tribune. The forum will be held in the Third Floor Lecture Hall at the Journalism School and is free and open to the public. For a complete schedule and to register, call (212)854-6840, or click to register online.

Published: Feb 12, 2002
Last modified:Sep 18, 2002


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