We Are Not The World Analysis

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The article “We Are Not the World” by Greg IP contrast the recent upsurge of nationalism with the philosophy of globalism and the effects of globalization. “Globalization is the global movement into economic, financial, trade and communication integration” (Greg IP 2017). It also looks into the broader interconnected and interdependent world with free trade of capital, goods, and services across nations, but it is limited to the movement of labor making globalization the recent national trends. Today, nationalists are still looking to end many global structures for example; EU, the World Trade Organization, NATO, U.N and lastly the North American Free Trade Agreement. Now, that Mr. Trump has become president he wants to end or renegotiate …show more content…
Greg IP mostly writes about the United States and the global economic development. Also, IP was a reporter for The Wall Street Journal in New York and Washington, D.C. He is well known in television and radio, commenting in good stations around the nation (CNN, CNBC, etc. Also, winning many prizes for journalism, for example; the Sigma Delta Chi award, this award was given to him by the National Press Club and William Brewster Styles Award. He received his bachelor’s degree in economics and journalism from Carleton University located in Ottawa, …show more content…
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