Differences Between Globalism And Nationalism

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Debating globalism and nationalism is currently creating a divide between people, locally, nationally, and internationally. After World War II, the world experienced a surge of globalism: the global economy increased in value, environmental and economical issues became interdependent among many nations, and more immigration occurred between countries. This major increase of conflicts in globalist policies continued until the recent years of the 21st century. President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, has implemented harsher immigration policies, especially on the Middle East. Great Britain left the European Union. Many western countries are now shying away from globalism as a whole. Globalist and nationalist have begun to clash and argue with each other, leaving the world asking which system the world should follow. In order to ensure prosperity and success for every country, globalism is needed over nationalism to an extend. Since the majority of trade any country does is international, and it’s been shown that individual economies are interdependent on each, the current state of everyone’s economy is global. Economic benefits further advance the global economy, “Businesses can communicate efficiently and effectively with their partners, suppliers, and customers and manage better their supplies, inventories, and …show more content…

The economy is global ergo makes sense to continue to globalize everything else despite the risks. Considering the world is interconnected, the most advantageous and effective way to solve problems would be global collaboration. Admitting, nationalism needs to be present to supply the world of variation and rid it of indistinguishability. If people from every perspective, country, religion, race, and gender would take a step back and analyze the other side of the argument, maybe a solution could be

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