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  • globalization

    • 1.

      Globalization-The Death of Democracy

      by Carl Peterson - 2006-12-05
      If you truly believe in democracy, you can forget globalization. Even by definition, the two are incompatible. Globalization implies sameness; equal rules and laws concerning capital and investment ri...
    • 2.

      American Communist

      by Airavat Singh - 2006-12-15
      Hindustan Times column by Tyler Walker Williams(The writer is the first foreign national to be elected vice-president of JNUSU)To many Americans, and to some Indians as well, the recent win of a radic...
    • 3.

      Business Globalization

      by Sharon White - 2006-12-18
      However, the hostile sides can be clearly differentiated. While employers and businesses celebrate business globalization employees (especially in developed countries) are not really happy with this p...
    • 4.

      Trade Globalization

      by Sharon White - 2006-12-21
      International firms accelerated their globalization operations over the last few decades because of the development of the internet, improved telecommunications technology, the unending quest for chea...
    • 5.

      Causes Of Business Globalization

      by Sharon White - 2006-12-29
      It means businesses are shifting their boundaries from domestic to international ones. The rapid growth of business globalization rises some questions to research. One of them is why business is becom...
    • 6.

      New Trade Globalization

      by Kate Gardens - 2007-02-02
      Old globalization was marked by the quest of colonial powers such as France and the Netherlands for more raw materials, cheap labor and new markets, conditions that translate into an ultimate objectiv...
    • 7.

      GILT - Internationalization, A Right-Brainer Approach

      by A.M. Sall - 2007-02-03
      As a translator, i.e. a member of the GILT crowd, you must know what it is all aboutIn GILT literature, you will encounter the following: G11n, I18n, and L10n. They simply mean Globalization, Internat...
    • 8.

      Human Globalization

      by Sharon White - 2007-02-04
      Activity in the sense, the central component of globe, we humans have been showing activeness both mentally and physically, which have transformed our globe from a primitive one to an advanced one...
    • 9.

      Should We Ignore Globalization?

      by Kate Gardens - 2007-02-06
      Despite the Internet and its incalculable potential for spreading knowledge, unawareness is rampant.A Harris International Pool showed that, in February 2005, 64 per cent of Americans believed Sadd...
    • 10.

      West and Its Influence on the Rest

      by Wain Roy - 2007-02-09
      What is the West? Who are parts of the West? Or who defines the West? There have been endless questions on the western world and its various aspects. Practically speaking, the word ‘West' does no...