Globalization Vs Tribalism

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Register to read the introduction… Localism  Three Phases Globalization: Nations, Corporations, and Individuals  Technology and Non-Western Players (India, China)  Ongoing Conflict – Critical of Tribalism, Terrorism, and Protectionism

Richard Florida The World is Spiky – The Creative Class
 Increasing Economic Imbalance  Creative Class – Knowledge Economy – Concentrating in Urban Centers  Value Openness, Meritocracy, Diversity, Uniqueness, and Authenticity  Divide of Modernized and Rural – Traditional  Creative Class Clusters  World is Spiky

Samuel Huntington The Clash and Conflict of Cultures and Civilizations
 Future: Political Conflict Among Major Civilizations  Western Colonialism  Globalization  Major Civilizations: Western, Islamic, Latin American, Sinic (Chinese), Buddhist, Hindu, Orthodox, Japanese, and African – Creates Us vs. Them  Revolt against West – Decline of West  Cultural Conflicts Persist  Modernization without Westernization

Ziauddin Sardar The Colonization of the Future

Benjamin Barber Global Corporatism and Local Tribalism: The Global Tyranny of
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 How can everyone have sufficient clean water without conflict?  How can population growth and resources be brought into balance?  How can genuine democracy emerge from authoritarian regimes?  How can policymaking be made more sensitive to global long-term perspectives?  How can the global convergence of information and communications technologies work for everyone?  How can ethical market economies be encouraged to help reduce the gap between the rich and the poor?  How can the threat of new and reemerging diseases and immune micro-organisms be reduced?

Fifteen Global Challenges
 How can the capacity to decide be improved as the nature of work and institutions change?  How can shared values and new security strategies reduce ethnic conflicts, terrorism, and the use of weapons of mass destruction?  How can the changing status of women help improve the human condition?  How can transnational organized crime networks be stopped from becoming more powerful and sophisticated global enterprises?  How can growing energy demands be met safely and efficiently?  How can scientific and technological breakthroughs be accelerated to improve the human condition?  How can ethical considerations become more routinely incorporated into global

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