The output you are getting is not the expected one for globals.
Clearly something was going wrong with your particular setup (the other markup problem you mentioned in the following thread also alludes to this - viewtopic.php?f=4&t=11119
I had a look at your site and it seems that some custom code you tried out (perhaps the 'compressor.php' found in your addons folder) caused the code generated for the admin-panel to skew a little. This was then cached and so you always had that flawed output.
To prevent Couch form using the cached output in admin-panel, I edited 'headers.php' and set the following (at line 63) to '0' -
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define( 'K_CACHE_OPCODES', '0' );
The output now appears just fine to me. Please check.
If you want to turn on the caching mentioned above, you'll have to delete the cached settings from the database.
For that, find the couch_settings table in your database and then delete all records from it that have the 'k_key' value looking like a MD5 hash (e.g. fec2ac3f7561096341eb22b1c1b18837 or 148012649a1a9c37902238389aa9b2ae).
As to what caused the problem in the generated code, that is for you to find out.
For now things are looking fine. If you enable some custom code later and find that the output goes awry, that would be the code to look deeper into.