24 Sep

CS WORLD – I Love Globalization

” A man can do all things if he will ” 

I make movements through art and business. As an international artist and international MD – art and business go hand in hand.

As a globalized individual who’s adherent to fair trade strategies, I would love to take a few mins and appreciate the positive results of globalization.

Increased Competition
Foreign trade

Globalization has become one of the most debated subjects of recent times. It has been hailed as one of the best things to happen to the world by its proponents, while opponents have labeled it as neo-imperialism. Despite its challenges, the positive role it has played in changing the lives of millions of people around the world is commendable.

Increased Competition
Foreign trade

Anti-globalization crusaders who represent issues such as environmental degradation, economic inequality, loss of jobs in the host country etc., have made their presence felt at various global conferences. The issues that they raise are real and can have catastrophic effects if not tackled earnestly. However, the advantages of globalization are all-pervasive and a lot of developing countries are benefiting from it.

Spread of technical know-how
Spread of Culture
Spread of Education
As for the legal and Ethical effects of globalization; Gone are the days where the limited jurisdiction became a hindrance in the prosecution of criminals. These days, due to international courts of justice, criminals can no longer seek asylum in a foreign country and therefore brought to justice. Due to globalization, there is also an understanding between security agencies and police of two or more different countries who come together to curb global terrorism. Hence, it is now possible to catch the perpetrators of crime irrespective of which country they choose to hide in.

So remember to embrace globalization and never take our globe for granted!


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