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Marzia Montanelli, the Today it is the only coffee roasting What new socio-economic ideas is the current global financial crisis generating? It is unlikely for us to come up with definite answers yet. However, times are clearly changing and ripe for the emergence of new ideas as liberalism is not considered reflexively a panacea by many. Are free markets the best way to ensure prosperity? Clearly Russians think not.
Is democracy the best way of providing political order and stability? Clearly Chinese think not. Are humanitarian interventions and liberal solutions to ongoing civil wars the best way of resolving conflicts? Clearly Sri Lankans think not.
Markedly non liberal international organizations have started to re emerge, such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization SCO , or are being proposed endlessly by the likes of Hugo Chavez. Does this mean though that liberalism has its days numbered? I would argue not.
As liberalism has run amok since it could because of its monopolistic position, many have sought to challenge the validity of liberal principles themselves. Indeed liberal democracy still remains the best way to grant equal rights and popular sovereignty to individuals and, where these are absent, people are prepared to risk their lives for their freedoms. In parallel, no other economic system beyond a free market based one has been able to allocate resources as efficiently and raise living standards as dramatically as capitalist economies have. The current crisis has not laid bare liberalism per se, but the lazy and complacent thinking which accompanied many policy decisions in the past decades.
While the utopia of applying liberal solutions as a means to cure all ills may be dawning, liberal ideals are here to stay and will continue to shine bright. Secondo la Freedom House, nel mondo le democrazie sono passate da 22 negli anni Cinquanta a nel Io ritengo che questa crisi sia il risultato di due forze interconnesse. In primo luogo, io considero le idee liberali da una prospettiva tipica delle relazioni internazionali, non da una tipica della scienza politica che si occupa di fenomeni domestici.
A livello internazionale, il liberalismo si manifesta in due forme: liberalismo politico e liberalismo economico. Francis Fukuyama identifica il liberalismo politico con i regimi democratici liberali opposti a quelli autoritari e dispotici e il liberalismo economico con il libero mercato e le economie capitalistiche opposte a quelle guidate dallo Stato e pianificate centralmente.
Istituzioni internazionali come le NU, le IFI o la UE, che sono dedicate a sostenere e promuovere le norme e i valori liberali, sembrano penare a trovare una direzione e un obiettivo. Prendiamo il liberalismo, per esempio. In primo luogo, il liberalismo ha avuto molti influenti imprenditori normativi nel corso della storia. I loro scritti hanno continuato da allora a esercitare la loro influenza su molti, e sono attuali ancora oggi.
In secondo luogo, dato il grande successo del liberalismo, i suoi principii sono stati ampiamente istituzionalizzati in leggi e organizzazioni. Organizzazioni internazionali come la OMC sono state fondate sulle premesse delle teorie economiche liberali, come la liberalizzazione del commercio. Come sappiamo dalle basi della teoria economica, il comportamento monopolistico genera una serie di inefficienze. In molti paesi in via di sviluppo, privatizzazioni frettolose, invece che promuovere la crescita, hanno esacerbato la corruzione e spogliato i governi e i cittadini di importanti risorse.
Negligenza manageriale. In modo simile, Paul Collier nel suo ultimo libro ha sfidato gran parte del pigro pensiero occidentale sulla traiettoria politica che i paesi poveri dovrebbero imboccare per progredire.
Insufficiente attenzione alla ricerca e allo sviluppo. La fede che il liberalismo porti tutti i beni desiderati ha spesso avuto per effetto di mettere sotto silenzio il dissenso e di soffocare il pensiero innovativo. Analogamente, manca una comprensione teoretica di quali sono le principali premesse per la nascita di una democrazia funzionante.
Quali nuove idee socio-economiche sta generando la crisi finanziaria globale in corso? Per i russi chiaramente no. Per i cinesi chiaramente no. Gli interventi umanitari e le soluzioni liberali alle guerre civili in corso sono il viatico migliore per risolvere i conflitti? Per i singalesi chiaramente no. Organizzazioni internazionali non liberali hanno cominciato a ri emergere in modo marcato, come la Shanghai Cooperation Organization SCO , o sono proposte senza fine dai simili di Hugo Chavez.
Io direi di no. English to Italian: The ice melts The Guardian, Barely a week after his inauguration, Russian defence officials announced yesterday that they had halted plans to deploy missiles near the Polish border. If the decision is confirmed, it would make it easier for America's new president to shelve the missile defence shield planned for Poland and the Czech Republic, without coming under fire from the right that he is going soft on an authoritarian Russia.
The missile defence shield was one of the most unilateral and reckless military ideas of the Bush presidency. The idea was never liked by the Democrats. Zbigniew Brzezinski, Polish-born and no admirer of Moscow, called it a system that did not work, against a missile that did not exist, for a Europe that did not want it. On pragmatic grounds, he said, Mr Obama should put the programme on the back-burner. A democrat-controlled Congress would be more than willing to oblige by starving it of funds. There is no doubt this thought has also occurred to Mr Obama. But what would he demand from the Russians in return?
The Russian decision yesterday appears to give this process a helpful nudge. And for good reason.
There are those who continue to argue that the only way of curbing the belligerent nationalism of Russia is to confront it. The Georgians like to say that when you run out of fish to feed a crocodile, it will take off your arm.
But they forget that there are bigger issues coming down the slipway that affect Georgia as much as they do the rest of Europe. While there is no shortage of ideas around for further reductions in nuclear arsenals, including an influential movement of former US arms negotiators and statesmen who want to reduce to stockpile to zero, any big new idea requires a framework. Talks require a working relationship. The downward spiral of relations with the west has been so swift that, at the moment, it is difficult to say how much of a relationship exists between the US and Russia.
The Russian leadership is still collectively and genuinely convinced that the Americans prompted the Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili to launch the rocket barrage on South Ossetia last August. As things stand, this relationship is not enough to negotiate a Sunday stroll, let alone a big treaty. It needs to be repaired. There is the review conference of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty coming up next year, which is just as important.