Evolvement of the global system. Economic, sociocultural, political and environmental problems of globalism. Purposes of globalism proponents. Issues of political power, economic resources, and Capitalism. Role of the United States as a global power. Benefits of globalism. Changes world is undergoing because of a global economy; decline of national goals.
Basically, globalists believe that the evolution of the world toward a more interconnected international system politically and economically will... more
Basically, globalists believe that the evolution of the world toward a more interconnected international system politically and economically will prove to be a benefit to all nations, large and small, developed and underdeveloped. The skeptics, on the other hand, argue that there are various and serious problems with such a global system, particularly with regard to the exploitation and abuse of the resources of the underdeveloped nations by the developed nations, in both human and natural terms.
The reality is that such a global system is clearly evolving, whether the world of nations wants it to or not, so that the warnings and protests of the skeptics should be heeded, not to stop that inevitable evolution, for it will not be stopped, but so that the world powers can deal with the economic,