This article in Prospect - http://www.prospect-magazine.co.uk/article_details.php?id=6584&AuthKey=1f160fba4227a1115ea020940d5f509f&issue=496
points out that the current debate on globalisation isn´t yes or no, but what kind?
It argues for "social democratic globalisation" - social justice as well as liberty, and regulation of the markets to ensure poverty reduction and human rights.
There is quite a bit of common ground here with President Bush´s Inauguration speech. Not in everything (eg. the article praises the EU´s Maastricht social justice charter) but in salient points (such as the reform of global bodies such as the WTO, the UN etc.), Bush´s plan to spread liberty and democracy across the globe chimes in with what today´s social democrats are thinking.