Speech to the Communist Party of Cuba

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Personal Introduction Here is a copy of my Havana speech last week. I suspect that some of my statements may raise ideological hackles among you. But the fact is that it was enormously successful, and established credibility to be invited back to advise the Cuban government. I believe that the important thing is the analysis, not the rhetorical ideological wrapping. Esteemed colleagues: Everyone says that globalization is inevitable. But what kind of globalization are we going to have? Whose globalization? Can we still influence what kind of globalization the world will have? A century ago, Marx supported the globalization of his day - colonization - to the extent that it would break down the institutions of backwardness in Asia, the Near East, Latin America ...