Progressives need to create an economic agenda that encompasses the environment and social justice.
The World Social Forum marched into Nairobi full of conflict, action and ideas.
The majority of Americans support fair-trade policies--so why do mainstream pundits treat the idea with so much contempt?
Outrage over excessive rewards for incompetent executives could spark the Democratic Congress to action.
South Korea is bristling over terms of the Bush Administration's proposed free-trade agreement, and so are progressives in Congress.
Americans are ready for big, bold ideas to heal our social and economic wounds.
Is education widening the class divide?
In an interview with Senator Sherrod Brown, Nichols shows that the new Democrats are pursuing a new trade agenda.
In 2007 Congress may get real on the fallacies and contradictions of global trade.
Globalization must not be allowed to become financial imperialism: Capitalism's strongest-takes-all rule must give way to one that ensures that the poor have a place and a piece of the action.