The 'Evil Globalization' & the Central Dialectic Tug-Of-War in the New Globalization’s Shaping
Civitas Gentium, 6(1), 89–134, 2018
46 Pages Posted: 23 May 2019
Date Written: 2018
Over the recent years there has been internationally a tremendous increase in the number of people engaged in the very concept of globalization and the economic crisis. This largely prolongs a lot of infertile conflict between some opposing “entrenched camps”, in scientific as well as social and political terms. Unfortunately, this process of thought takes a character, most often, extreme, dogmatic, and aphoristic. This article is structured in a way to: First, unravel the threads of globalization dynamics, of their development and crisis, and to establish a basic analytical framework towards the search for a “new globalization”. Second, investigate the structural socio-economic opposing views of global dynamics (the tug of war between the critical dimensions of Globalization) that advance always in an evolutionary way. Third, based on the available data, evaluate the most significant accomplishments, of every area of interest, which derive from the Globalization evolutionary procedure. In the end, rewrite the main directions that a modern socio-economic global intervention requires in terms of moving the world system towards a new phase of development, which we call the “New Globalization”.
Keywords: globalization, world system, dynamics of globalization, global development and crisis
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