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From 'globaloney' to 'populoney'

DURING the booming era of globalisation in the 1990s, critics in the populist wings of the progressive left and nationalist right enjoyed mocking the so-called "globalism" school of thought as "globaloney".

Some of the criticism directed at pundits like The New York Times' Tom Friedman of

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