We must now consider the practical virtue of the internationalist principle of capabilities equality. While this principle could be applied within virtually any domain of social policy, we will focus here on some of those areas at the heart of the contest over global neoliberalism. We will look explicitly at trade, corporate practices (including foreign direct investment, or FDI), and labor mobility. As we will see, these issues all relate to the matter of labor rights and interests, while the first two also relate to the matter of competitiveness and the environment. By focusing on these three policy areas, then, we will have something to say about matters that have deeply troubled the critics of global neoliberalism.