Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. Introduction. A Note About Terminology. Part 1: THE WORLD TODAY. Chapter 1: Accelerating Change and the Threat of De-Globalization. Chapter 2: The Rise and Rise of China. Chapter 3: Enter India. Chapter 4: The Islamic World: The Need for Mutual Respect. Part 2: BIG IDEAS THROUGH HISTORY. Chapter 5: Early Consensus Government. Chapter 6: Democracy-A Universal Impulse? Chapter 7: The Gift of Greece. Chapter 8: "Civis Romanus Sum": Roman Citizenship and Roman Law. Chapter 9: The Glorious Revolution: Freedom in the Seventeenth Century. Chapter 10: Magna Carta and Beyond. Chapter 11: Revolution and Reform: 1775-1914. Chapter 12: Modern International Institutions. Part 3: THE PILLARS OF FREEDOM AND PROGRESS. Chapter 13: The Need for Good Governance. Chapter 14: Openness. Chapter 15: Free Trade. Chapter 16: A New Democracy. Chapter 17: Mobility and the Decent Society. Part 4: ENEMIES OF THE OPEN SOCIETY. Chapter 18: Power and Manipulation. Chapter 19: The Dangers of Absolute Conviction. Chapter 20: The Enemies of Reason. Part 5: AFTERTHOUGHTS AND RECONSIDERATIONS. Chapter 21: Information and Reputation. Chapter 22: Engagement in a Rapidly Changing World. Chapter 23: American Engagement. Chapter 24: Climate Change and the Energy Challenge. Chapter 25: What We Must Do. Endnotes. Index.
Mike Moore is a former Director-General of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and former prime minister, foreign minister, trade minister and deputy finance minister of New Zealand. He has been honored by over 16 governments and universities in the Americas, Africa, the Pacific and Europe. As Director-General of the WTO, the Doha Development Trade Round was launched and China joined the WTO. He serves on a number of commercial boards and is an Adjunct and Visiting Professor at several universities in a number of countries. He served on the UN Commission for the Legal Empowerment of the Poor and the UN Commission on Migration. As CEO of the Moore Group, he has advised governments and businesses worldwide, specializing in Asia, the Middle East and Africa. He is involved with a number of think tanks and developmental groups, including the Global Leadership Foundation. In 2010 he intends to launch a new organization that will help fund schools in developing countries. Mike Moore is a political practioner turned theoretician and Saving Globalization is his tenth book. www.mike-moore.info