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Overall, civilization benefits from economic, political and cultural globalization.

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Beetlejuice and Slapnuts
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Postby Beetlejuice and Slapnuts » Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:40 am

Globalization is really important for my country as is good for my economy and trade with pther countries which can make me hood allies and less foes

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Postby VirginiaQuereguan » Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:58 am

Globalization can be very beneficial it could help countries in many ways. It can help relations between countries stay stronger and even keep them from going to war, globalization also helps with the borders within the states. It is better to be allys with other nations instead of taking chances of going to war. Globalization unites nations.

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Postby Sharenmoor » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:57 am

Despite lying in the heartlands of one of the most open states in our world (the People's Republic of Berinia) Sharenmoor itself is quite isolated from the world. We aren't even very integrated into the Berinian economy aside from their tourists who and a relatively small number of people who live here but travel to work outside of the moorlands. We've been very successful at maintaining our own distinct identity, so much so that even our local branch of the Berinian Communist Party is quite separate from the main party - it even has a different name.
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Pantopian Empire
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Postby Pantopian Empire » Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:00 pm

Pantopia was originally skeptical of Globalization, but the end of Communist Rule in 2016 has allowed us to open up our economy. Currently, it is growing at 5%, and we attribute this to globalization.
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Postby Alizeria » Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:53 pm

Alizeria began opening up to globalisation in 2014, which had the effect of increasing GDP growth but also increasing income inequality. At the moment, the Liberal Party and the Conservative Party have embraced globalisation, while the Left Alliance and National Party both strongly oppose it.
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Postby Randsbeik » Thu Apr 27, 2017 6:56 pm

While the nation is in favor of free trade, most of its citizens and politicians are staunchly against the idea of a "global union" and globalism, and believe in the importance of defending their land from outsiders.
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Postby Turnersland » Sat Apr 29, 2017 9:06 am

We're very much in favour (officially, at least) of global social, political and economic integration. On the other hand, we're very much opposed to capitalist economic imperialism and financial colonialism. So I suppose you could say that our attitude to globalisation depends on who it involves and what its purposes are.


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