The truth is that the free movement of goods, people, and money that developed under British hegemony between 1870 and 1913 - the first episode of globalization - was made possible, in large part, by military might rather than market forces.
Ironically, xenophobic nationalists are utilizing the benefits of globalization.
Accordingly, globalization is not only something that will concern and threaten us in the future, but something that is taking place in the present and to which we must first open our eyes.
The features of globalization have huge consequences on pandemics. It just connects us so much more closely... And as a consequence, every one of these viruses that passes from animals to humans has the capacity to infect all of us.
I give lectures on globalization. I have lived on three continents. I have no quarrel with a global consciousness.
As economic globalization gathers momentum, China and the United States have become highly interdependent economically. Such economic relations would not enjoy sustained, rapid growth if they were not based on mutual benefit or if they failed to deliver great benefits to the United States.
I think I'm a critic of corporate power, whether locally or globally. And the term 'globalization' I've never found all that helpful.
I think globalization is a great thing. And now a lot of people complain about globalization; a lot of people don't like, you know, the globalize of the concept, the idea of the results. I think the globalization is a great idea and to create a lot of jobs.
Globalization has changed us into a company that searches the world, not just to sell or to source, but to find intellectual capital - the world's best talents and greatest ideas.
Globalization, far from putting an end to power diplomacy between States, has, on the contrary, intensified it.
Globalization is exposing new fault lines - between urban and rural communities, for example.
You have no choice but to operate in a world shaped by globalization and the information revolution. There are two options: adapt or die.