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New Globalism: A Counterculture That Could Redraw The World Map

Sunday, January 8, 2017 23:49
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– this post authored by Rio Goldhammer, Leeds Beckett University

For the past few decades, globalisation has been the status quo. Advancements in communication and transport technology have made the world far smaller than it once was, and governments and businesses everywhere have long since sought to make this notion profitable. This has manifested in free-trade agreements, economic and political unions and, in Europe, the unprecedented common citizenship of 500m people across 28 countries.

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