Reasons To Oppose Globalization
Kofi Annan once said, “It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” Over the last century, humans’ societies all over the world have established a closer contact than ever before. This term refers to the processes of global integration of societies, cultures, economies, and laws through exchange of technology, politics, and trade. Nowadays, our ideas, products, views, and other aspects of culture have been transported around the globe which means globalization has made countries a small village. The numerous dark sidesof globalization on our world and societies lead me to stand against it. This paper is going to discuss some of these negatives such as destroyingthe economy of countries, the spread of diseases, and environmental degradation. Globalization expands and accelerates the exchange of one country’s resources to benefit all countries around the world. The first reason that makes me against this phenomenon is destroying the economy of countries.Globalization has increased the integration of separate economies which led to the emergence of a single global economy. As countries are getting closer and the cross-border movement is rapidly increasing, the economies of different countries have been interdependently mixed. Therefore, if there is an economic crisis in one part of the world that will affect all parts that have a relationship with. For example, the problem of Greece affected the entire European countries. In short, one can say that the impact of globalization on the world-wide economy is very bad and its results will affect several countries in a row, if not the whole world. If there is a problem in the United States of America, the side effects will be seen here in Saudi Arabia. Another downside of globalization is diseases. As transportation is getting easier and the technology of traveling is developing, more diseases will be delivered from on part of the world...
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