Being ‘anti-’ is easy. There’s plenty to be ‘anti-’ about: corporations, globalization, global warming, human rights abuses and a myriad of deficiencies in democracy and equality. But what are we for? Suppose we did manage to buck the trend, to change the way the world is heading: what kind or reality would we create? The New Internationalist undertakes a visionary exercise at a time when visions are not fashionable and comes up with practical strategies for the future we want.
January 2002, Issue 342