There was a recent article in Der Speigel titled The Zombie System: How Capitalism Has Gone Off the Rails - 23.10.13, by Michael Sauga in which the term "inclusion" is described as a buzzword that is making an appearance amongst economists, bankers and politicians, "and it refers to a trait that Western industrialized nations seem to be on the verge of losing: the ability to allow as many layers of society as possible to benefit from economic advancement and participate in political life."
Economist Daron Acemoğlu finds one outcome to look forward to: "the anti-trust movement from the beginning of the last century in the United States", but continues "Solutions to the world's problems are not produced in a meeting between Bill Gates and George Soros," he says. "Renewal has to come from below." to conclude an article that belabours the endless failing attempts to keep capitalism afloat through bailouts and bank manipulation and finds so many faults in the western capitalist economic model yet fails to venture outside Euro/America-centric perspective for alternatives.
I feel this is somewhat paralleled in Mishra's article, a comprehensive overview of the failures and atrocities of the western model, but absent in depiction of what could be culled from an alternative as a hopeful or optimistic direction.