Anti-Globalization

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Anti-Globalization

A movement that opposes free trade, free movement of capital, and other policies intended to facilitate international business. Various types of people oppose globalization. Labor unions in developed countries may oppose it because it represents a threat to traditional, industrial jobs. Other factions on the left believe globalization favors the wealthy at the expense of the poor and working class.
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Subjects range from the basics on states and statehood to continuity and change, international insecurity, structural realism after the Cold War, the persistence of American postwar order, the power of international organizations, globalization and the evolution of rules, global civil society, neoliberal cosmopolitanism, the dynamics of anti-globalism, the issue of masculinity and the "gender variable," and realist constructivism.
Then just a few years back I began reading about a prominent activist called Yves Engler: anti-globalism campaigner, progressive journalist, author of articles on Haiti and Venezuela, the person who splashed fake red blood on Canadian foreign minister Pierre Pettigrew, leader of student protests at Concordia University in Montreal.
It is affected by relativism, nihilism, multiculturalism, pacifism, anti-globalism, and, perhaps, a sense of moral weariness.
A ruling against Nike would narrow the application of the First Amendment, which belongs to everyone, including anti-globalism activists and corporate executives.
Does activism in anti-globalism target one as an anti-Semite as Dr.
NDP members vary from Blairist--as found in the policies of the NDP governments of Saskatchewan and Manitoba--to the anti-globalism of the New Politics Initiative.
This second tendency of anti-globalism is important for many reasons, not only for what it reveals about Islam and its future possibilities, but also because it represents a very significant voice from the periphery of the world-system--a disempowered subaltern voice--that illuminates, in the harshness of its critique, the effects and implications of that system.
Some of us get excited about electoral campaigns, others of us get excited about Native American solidarity, union solidarity, gay rights, controlled substances and industrial hemp, guns, worker-owned businesses and co-ops, environmental issues, appropriate technology, nukes, Middle East peace, anti-globalism, and on and on.
Writing this two hours' drive from the Quebec site of mass anti-globalism action at the end of April, I would be hard put to ignore this truth.
By contrast, in Japan, Vogel said, ''There is a kind of slight anti-globalism sentiment among some Japanese, and of course in the Japanese mind, globalism means Americanism.
In the current era, in contrast, anti-globalism is confined to fringe political candidates such as Buchanan, Nader, and Perot.
org), whose tissue of calls for the consecration of Russia and rants against the Godless United Nations bring together two great tastes--fringe Catholicism and religious anti-globalism.