Globalization 7 - Joe Kao 4/30/10 Professor Schalow...

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Joe Kao 4/30/10 Professor Schalow Discussion Sheet #7 Globalization is a process that has sped up exponentially in recent years due to technological advancements. However, the process we describe as globalization may change dramatically due to the global war on terror. The views on the global war on terror are polarized, with one side arguing that it could help international cooperation and interdependence, while others argue that it could bring the powerful momentum of globalization to a halt. History agrees with the latter of the two. The possible demise of globalization is discussed in chapter seven Manfred B. Steger’s “Globalization,” with further evidence provided by David McNeil’s “Out of the Shadows.” Steger writes about how the many different aspects of the global war on terror may affect globalization, while McNeil focuses on the aspect of climate change. The future of globalization is largely dependent on nuclear energy, and how it affects the environment and economy. Due to the global war on terror, countries have a stronger sense of nationalism and have
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This note was uploaded on 11/19/2011 for the course GLOBAL ASI 55555 taught by Professor Lu during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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