For the U.S., as the largest player in the global environment, unintended consequences are magnified.
There's no locality on the web - every market is a global market.
Global terrorism threatens every region.
Its not a global village, but we're in a highly interconnected globe.
Afghanistan and Iraq were lumped together in what was called a 'global war on terrorism.'
When it comes to global warming, coal is the gorilla in the room.
There has to be a global mission of human progress.
Terrorism is a persistent and evolving global menace. No country is immune.
As the global expansion of Indian and Chinese restaurants suggests, xenophobia is directed against foreign people, not foreign cultural imports.
Global actions require local and national participation. International cooperation and action requires community perspectives and legitimacy if it is to be effective.
The global climate is a complex interactive system, with all kinds of nonlinear feedback loops.
Being an occupier is not good for anybody's global standing. It is a catalyst for terrorist recruitment.
All the historical pretenders to global power originated in Eurasia.
For me, the international expansion of eBay was the best idea. We are now in 35 countries, and have a huge global network. The second best one was the acquisition of PayPal - the wallet on eBay.
Penn & Teller don't know jack about global warming.
I would say that the pharmaceutical industry is hyper-competitive from a global perspective.
I'm out here trying to promote positivity on a global scale.
Global warming isn't a prediction. It is happening.
What I argue for is a progressive tax, a global tax, based on the taxation of private property.
On the global scale, if there's a shaky Middle East, there's a shaky world.