Globalization: The Path to Destruction Essay

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Just imagine waking up in squalor, a once prominent society, now a desolate wasteland. All because foreign interest has raped your land of its natural resources and you seen not a cent in profit. Although, globalization is unifying the worlds developed nations and is bringing commerce to nations that have struggle in past years. True, globalization has many positive effects but do the pros outweigh the cons. In this essay I will discuss Globalization ruining the integrity of many countries and also is forcing many undeveloped nations into a bind, and is causing economic distress on some developed nations. Also, due to economic globalization the nations of the world are diluting their culture, sovereignty, natural resources, safety and…show more content…
It is common knowledge that many third world countries pocket incoming revenue, instead of dividing it up amongst its inhabitants. Not only does globalization affect un-developed nation, it has a negative effect on developed nations. For example, a man in Idaho has been working for the same steel company for thirty years, but he has been recently laid off because the company is moving to Dubai for cheaper labor and material. How does this transition effect him, his job was his livelihood, how can he pay the bill, support his family and keep a roof over his head know that he is jobless? “Developed nations have outsourced manufacturing and white collar jobs. That means fewer jobs for their people. This has happened because manufacturing work is outsourced to developing nations like China where the cost of manufacturing goods and wages are lower.” Not only does it affect the jobs in developed nations, it also affects the political system and national pride. America is a prime example of a country changing its political structure for global commerce, the inception of the NAFTA and GATT trade agreements clearly takes jobs and careers form many Americans. “Faced with untamed globalization, American workers increasingly get caught up in the job churning of international competition and are driven
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