References in periodicals archive ?
He therefore prejudges the question of whether the globalizing trend of the last 20 years will continue, or whether today's wide-open world will, like the global economy of the early 20th century--which seemed equally unstoppable to contemporaries--eventually be reined in by financial crisis and political restrictions.
If I am correct, I would appreciate your informing me immediately why ITT is spending the money of its shareholders to run an ad that, in effect, prejudges that determination.
In a statement, Turkey's foreign ministry said the resolution "contains certain wordings which prejudge the future conduct of the Cyprus settlement process.