Who wrote The World Is Flat, which argues that new technological developments are in the process of leveling the relationship of individuals to their states and to one another?
When it comes to solving an assortment of policy issues on global warming, "paradoxically, precisely at a time when the global political economy could use more cooperation to solve an assortment or interrelated issues, we suggest that the compulsion of actors to cooperate for the sake of providing ____ remains weak."
global governance OR national security
economic growth OR open markets
Adam Smith favored the "laissez-faire" policies, where individuals would achieve social benefit guided by the "invisible hand." The invisible hand stands for: