What Are The Effects Of Globalization?

The challenge with globalization today is that it is predicated on the absolutism of freedom, in disregard of the relativity of freedom demanded by, and cultural aspirations of, the sovereignty of each country.

We, in the U.S., generally attempt to impose our definition of freedom and democracy on every country in the world, even though the success of our democracy leaves a lot to be desired. (see The State of Humanity)

But the U.S. is also a country (the U.S.) in which dissidence is not only allowed but has been responsible for our reinvention in the past. And so, we can openly criticize ourselves to do better.

We must build a smarter implementation of globalization embracing a relativity theory of freedom, and amplify the value of our differences rather than our commonalities, to build on the core principles of human evolution we are subjugated to.

So, globalization shall not lead to a flatter world with one operating model making us all the same, it should instead pursue the full dimension of human evolution. Only globalization by which the differences of individual countries is recognized and respected makes moral and evolutionary sense.


The sign of an intelligent nation is its willingness and ability to reinvent itself, upstream. Let’s inspire the world with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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