Globalization : A World Lie Essays

1993 Words Oct 20th, 2016 8 Pages
Globalization: A World Lie
Arais Farah
Introduction
The two biggest issues facing the world today are global warming and human rights violations. The theory and implementation of world globalization has a direct correlation with the heinous crimes not only against human beings but mother earth because globalization makes use of human capital and finite resources for the betterment of world powers and at the expense of poor, marginalized demographics as well as the world itself. To begin debating globalization we must define what the term is implicitly. Globalization is the development of an increasingly integrated global economy marked especially by free flow of capital, and the tapping of cheaper foreign labor markets (Merriam Webster). It is the process of interaction and almost forced integration among different world demographics of different countries, directly pushed by the desire of foreign trade, investment and the pursuit of technology. Globalization has led to interdependence of world powers need for poor countries’ resources, and in return directly exploiting their lack of education, resources and man power to develop their god given resources themselves. We can compare economic globalization itself to a more developed youth bullying the smaller student into giving him his lunch money in the promise that he would not put his hands on him. When discussing globalization, we must remember the old adage “the rich getting richer, and the poor getting poorer.” It has…

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