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Russian journal - Standpoint of the week #7

Russian journal - Standpoint of the week #7

Russian journal - Standpoint of the week

issue #7, March, 2010

The topic this issue is ‘Is the “Moscow Consensus” possible?
This week, the editorial board of RJ – Standpoint of the Week presents an overview of the debates going on in political and social science about the expected review of the foundations of the Washington Consensus, its substitution with a different agreement, and the prospects of  a new  Beijing or Moscow Consensus. The following experts took part in the discussion: John Naisbitt, director of the independent think tank the China Institute and professor of economics at Nankai University (China); John Williamson, the American economist who coined the term ‘Washington Consensus’ and senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics (Washington); Joshua Cooper Ramo, managing director at Kissinger Associates, who that coined the term ‘Beijing Consensus’; Susan George, head of the Transnational Institute, an international think tank for progressive politics; Evgeny Yasin, academic adviser at the State University – Higher School of Economics, and President of the Liberal Mission Foundation; Andry Korotaev, director of the Eastern Anthropology Center of the Russian State University for the Humanities, and co-editor of the international journal Social Evolution & History;Richard Sakwa, professor of Russian and European politics at the University of Kent. The issue of forming the Moscow Consensus was raised by Valery Fadeev, editor-in-chief of Expert magazine, and Gleb Pavlovsky, editor-in-chief of the Russian Journal and President of the Foundation for Effective Politics.

СОДЕРЖАНИЕ:

John Naisbitt
The West will have to negotiate with the rest of the world

Gleb Pavlovsky
CONSENSUS IS LOOKING FOR A CAPITAL

John Williamson
A USCENTRIC WORLD WILL WITHER AWAY IN ANY CASE

Andrey Korotaev
IS CHINA THE BENEFICIARY OF THE ‘WASHINGTON CONSENSUS’?

Evgeny Yasin
THE ‘WASHINGTON CONSENSUS’ IS NOT QUITE OBSOLETE JUST YET

Vladislav Inozemcev
THERE HAVE NOT BEEN AND NEVER WILL BE GLOBAL RULES OF MANAGEMENT

Richard Sakwa
LIBERALIZATION MAY SLOW DOWN

Richard Sakwa
LIBERALIZATION MAY SLOW DOWN

BRYAN CAPLAN
THERE SHOULD BE MORE NEOLIBERALISM IN THE WORLD

SUSAN GEORGE
THE TRADITIONS OF ENLIGHTMENT ARE CAPABLE OF UNITING HUMANITY

Joshua Cooper Ramo
BEIJING CONSENSUS’ AS A CONSENSUS OF NATIONS

Mikhail Leontiev
RUSSIA NEEDS ANOTHER WORLD ORDER

DI DONGSHENG
THE ‘BEIJING CONSENSUS’ DOESN’T ACTUALLY EXIST

PEPE ESCOBAR
THE VIRUS OF NEOLIBERALISM IS MUTATING

Valery Fadeev
MOSCOW APPROACHES THE CENTRE

Alexei Pushkov
THE END OF THE ‘DAVOS CONSENSUS?’

Boris Kapustin
THE RIGHT FOR DEFENCE AGAINST PROGRESS

Konstantin Arshin
CAREFUL OPTIMISM OF THE POSTCRISIS WORLD

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