Secretary General, Fedee
There has been much talk for years about globalization – but only recently has its inevitability and benefits been fully realized. In the past it was often used as a pejorative term associated with the exploitation of labour in the third world. But as the digital revolution spread and both linguistic and cultural barriers broke down it has opened up the possibility of ever-wider connectivity.
In the face of this new globalization old political boundaries appear increasingly irrelevant. The ability of individuals to share ideas and develop ties across vast … Continue reading
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