Globalization in the 21st Century: How Interconnected Is the World?

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An ongoing and pervasive phenomenon, globalization is redefining the economic, social and cultural dynamics of contemporary societies in complex ways. The process of globalization is generally considered beneficial, but it is also viewed in some quarters as a threat to national sovereignty and indigenous culture. Although globalization has largely arisen as a result of greater stability and security, its key developments can also be deployed towards the opposite end. Without global integration, for example, terrorist groups ...

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