Part I:Answer one of the following: Investigate one country's position on a recognized globalization index, discussing its ranking and how this was determined. Identify the major structural changes between the Bretton Woods system and the neoliberal system, incorporating the so-called “Washington Consensus” in your analysis. Annotate the major events in a single post-1989 international financial crisis, focusing on transnational linkages. In reviewing the introductory chapter to Whitehead, expand on the major links between the environment and globalization discussed on p.6. Assess the geopolitics of international environmentalism (superlative essays should list the major international conferences on the topic). Address the role of globalization in the tripartite diagram of “Sustainability – An Integrated Concept” (Whitehead, p. 14). Profile a transnational corporation (TNC), assessing its role in contributing to globalization. CompareFortune's 2007 Top 10 TNCs (Steger, p. 51) with those listed on the World Economic Forum'sweb siteand discuss the changing nature of globalization over the past decade (Hint: Which countries' companies are joining those from the West?). Interrogate the centrality of technology to economic globalization. Comment on the major challenges to the post-Westphalian state system that have manifested since 1989. Define “global governance” and identify one discrete outcome of the phenomenon. Examine the European Union in the context of political globalization. Delimitate the border between McDonaldization and glocalization. Provide two examples. Critically assess the role of the culture industries (e.g. Hollywood, Facebook, etc.) in contributing to hybridization of culture. Identify the key elements of a single country's efforts to retard the effects of cultural globalization. Address the challenges that globalization present to the world's languages. Part II:Main AssignmentCOLLAPSE “The great, unreported story in globalization is about power, not ideology. It's about how finance and business regularly, continuously insert their own self-interested deals and exceptions into rules and agreements that are then announced to the public as 'free trade.'” ~ William Greider MAIN ASSIGNMENT:
Select one country and assess the major political, economic and cultural impact of globalization since 1979. Superlative essays will: 1) cogently analyze the country's geopolitical situation within the international system; 2) identify major areas of change/trauma; and 3) critically assess whether globalization has been (mostly) “good” or “bad” for the state in question. Part III: a thoughtful critique or substantive response to the post below (you may choose to take a critical stance or support an existing post with additional data, cases, and/or arguments)and your post require two citations at a minimum.
Post :Japans Globalization:COLLAPSE
Japan's geography has prompted the country to alternate between periods of isolationism and expansion. Its geography is made up of mountainous volcanic islands located in the western Pacific Ocean. The lack of natural resources in Japan continues to force the country to seek abroad, leaving the country to balance between U.S. naval dominance and China's expanding maritime interests. AccordingWorldview, when Japan unifies under strong centralized control, it is often drawn toward the continent for resources and land. This happened in the late 1500s and again in the early 1900s, leading to World War II. Since the end of war, Japan has become a full fledged democracy, with a long-established record of elections, parliament, and civilian control of the military.We can see The major areas of trauma that can occur in their globalization situation can happen if they happen to not be in good terms with neighboring countries. Japan has gigantic neighbors that are China and Russia. They are capable of causing series problems politically and even militarily. For a time during the cold war, Japan and the rest of the world shivered at the thought of a possible global conflagration between the communist and anticommunist camps (Kohno XXXXXXXXXXNow, without communism to unite them, and bouncing resources, China and Russia nevertheless still remain colossal, casting shadow over the entire Japanese territory. As we alsoknow Japan has showered the world with high tech exports, like their automobiles, microelectronic products and gadgets. This provides the country with many economic opportunities that helps their country overcome their geographic location.Globalization has affected every part of Japans economy. These parts include the amount of international trade, the flow of international finance, consumers, government policies, labor markets and environment, and all for the good. At the end Its nice to see mutualization where China is supplying Japan with raw materials and labor intensive manufactured products, and Japan is supplying China with high technology and high value-added products and services. Rosenbluth, Frances, and Masaru Kohno.Japan and the World: Japan s Contemporary Geopolitical ChallengesA Volume in Honor of the Memory and Intellectual Legacy of Asakawa Kan Ichi.2008, web. Japan https://worldview.stratfor.com/region/asia-pacific/japan Part IV: Read Trumps speech to the UN General Assembly We reject the ideology of globalism and accept the doctrine of patriotism. Link:https://www.vox.com/2018/9/25/ XXXXXXXXXX/trump-un-2018-speech-full-text In this module, I am introducing a special thread on Trump's address to the UN last year. One of your posts may be response to this which uses a quote from the speech and one other scholarly source.

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