Dueling Globalizations

Freidman, Thomas L.
September 1999
Foreign Policy;Fall99, Issue 116, p110
Debates on globalization. Comparison of globalization with the Cold War system; Information of the defining measurement of Cold War and globalization; Criticisms on globalization; Arguments in favor globalization.


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