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ps7extracredit - Alfred Mai Fri 9:00-9:50 GIRV 2128 Extra...

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Alfred Mai Fri. 9:00-9:50 GIRV 2128 Extra Credit Paper In the present time, globalisation can be seen everywhere. From economics to social and political factors, the international community is obviously somewhat intertwined. With the rising of capitalism in the modern era and globalisation in the more present times, a significant change has swept through the world. Hundreds of millions of people have been affected so far as the process of globalised capitalism becomes deeper and deeper rooted into nations across the world. It has become a “world war” in which a handful of rich capitalists gain a stronger stranglehold on the rest of the poorer population. Globalised capitalism has destroyed all types of boundaries and is slowly eliminating all opposition. National boundaries and autonomies have been compromised as it is now near impossible to implement domestic, foreign and especially economic policies without some sort of consequence from another nation or the international community. The process of globalisation
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