But the question remains, is the globalization process as negative as many citizens of the world think? This research was literature based and inspired by the documentary Globalization is good by Johan Norberg (2003). It will show all the reasons why the globalization process is positive and necessary in for the future of our world. There is an interesting debate about the consequences of the globalization process and about how does it affect on the world. This paper will show how the globalization process affects to the technological, economic and political fields and it will show why the globalization process is necessary for creating wealth, unity and for the future of a more connected world.
Roberts (2006), suggested that it has its roots in Greek and was later used by the French (diplomatie) to refer to the work of a negotiator on behalf of a sovereign. There is a long history of diplomatic activity going back at least two millennia. Sovereigns sent envoys to other sovereigns for various reasons: to prevent wars, to cease hostilities, or merely to continue peaceful relations and further economic exchanges. From this brief history and definitions of diplomacy and globalization, it is pertinent to note that both concepts are meant to achieve one common goal and they are both interdependent; nations and non governmental agencies use them to reach its goal: to gain economics, political, social, etc. power and competitive advantage over others.
Globalization is the development of international influence in an organization. Reciprocity and globalization are important factors for purpose of trade. Nonetheless, if concepts much like these two are misunderstood or misused in our economy, it could lead to a negative impact. For example, In “Mr. Trump’s Trade War” written by Douglas
CONCEPTUALIZING GLOBALIZATION AND DIPLOMACY Although there are series of definitions to this term, three views are considered sufficient to expose the true meaning of the concept. Thus, according to the Online Etymology Dictionary as Retrieved July 7, 2012 by Wikipedia, the term globalization is derived from the word globalize, which refers to the emergence of an international network of economic systems. According to Beerkers, (2004 and 2006) globalization is the world-wide interconnectedness between nation-states becomes supplemented. He sees globalization as a process in which basic social arrangements (like power, culture, markets, politics, rights, values, norms, ideology, identity, citizenship, solidarity) become disembodied from their spatial context (mainly the nation-state) due to the acceleration, mystification, flexibilisation, diffusion and expansion of transnational flows of people, products, finance, images and information (p.13). Albrow and King (1990) opined that globalization “includes all those processes by which the peoples of the world are incorporated into a single world society".
• To determine whether cultural authenticity and originality is being lost because of the emergence of the global culture BACKGROUND Globalization has always influenced the world socially, economically and financially. It is stated that globalization empowers various cultures and allows self-representation. (Gibson :2007) It is also known for connecting the world and is a platform for communication and a medium for enlightenment. Globalization enables the world to communicate their ideologies on life and is a platform for international interaction. The setback of globalization is that it reduces individualism and cultural identity.
Globalization is a concept; it is also a phenomenon of social development. There are a lot of the definition of globalization, usually refers to the global contact and communication. There are political relations between countries, depend for each other on economic. Globalization makes global as a whole. Globalization has three main issues: political, cultural and economic.
Globalization can usefully be imagined as a procedure or a group of procedures which form is transference in the locative community of public relations and transactions, generation crossing a continent of province flows and network of actions, interaction and rule. (Held, 1999) Aspects of globalization 1. Communication and technology Innovative determinism is a convention which holds that innovation is the key main thrust behind a wide range of social advancement. Marshall McLuhan was an innovative determinist and contended that "the channels of correspondence are the essential driver of social change." The thought of mechanical determinism is additionally suggested in his announcement that "the medium is the message".
The debates on globalization are mainly focused on the implications for nation-states. The question that arises is whether the latter and their national political leaders still have power, or are becoming powerless in the face of forces that reshape the world. This is a very important step to understand that globalisation can be positive or
It can be argued that globalization has helped to advance collective and indigenous rights, women’s rights, and children’s rights. Scholar Sumner Twiss addresses this question in his article “History, Human Rights, and Globalization” (2004). He employs a heuristic developed by Richard Falk to elucidate his case: globalization-from-above and globalization-from-below. The former refers to economic and political collaboration among big powers such as state actors and financial and corporate agents, and the latter refers to social, political, and cultural collaboration among local, national, and international agencies (e.g., non-governmental organizations, United Nations organs) interested in advancing or changing the quality of civil societies across the world, perhaps even forming a global civil society (Twiss
The idea of emerging a these processes, which has lead to the formation of the new theories and approaches regarding the relations among world states and its impacts on the domestic level, is understood as the globalization. Within the context of globalization the states appear to be intensively bound to other states on different levels as political, social, cultural and economic, and that consequently results in a formation of a system where societies of the states, even if they are located quite far from each others, are linked through various channels of communication and relations. That phenomenon challenges the idea of existence of a clear distinction between international and