12) Sklair's findings, depicting Hawke and Keating as key globalisers
, give further weight to the arguments that Labor pioneered both globalisation and neoliberalism.
Suddenly yesterday's gung-ho globalisers
were transformed into clueless adventurists.
Since in a world dominated by slavers, colonialists and globalisers
, the occurrence of high material or intellectual value in Africa is a racial taboo, questions that would ordinarily require only research and accurate reporting were turned into matters of furious controversy .
Senghor's thoughts received an even sharper focus when, writing in 1961 on the question of Marxism, he made a passionate plea against overlooking the always-situated human being--man in his concrete affiliations to the past--in favor of the figure of the abstract and placeless human, so much the favorite of the nationalist modernisers--or some globalisers
of today--from both the Left and the Right.
This 'Russian disease' (substituting asset-grabbing for value-adding as managers' primary objective) certainly is not what globalisers
are anticipating, nor is it fully compatible with China's resource endowments, its competitive proclivities or Confucian ethics (Rosefielde, 2002).
A Study of Key Globalisers
in Australia', Australian Journal of Political Economy 38(1): 1-30.