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What does the future hold for a globalizing world culture?
Economically? Socially? Politically? Culturally? Religiously? Governmentally? In human rights? In freedom? In democracy?
Economically, Its doing good for relatively low developed countries like India & China and bringing them closer to west..
Socially: well there are many fixed reactions.. In developing world its helping society to be more democratic and asking for more rights.. In developed world, people are feeling the pinch as their jobs are moving away..
Future hold ever greater integration and increased correlation among economics, societies, politics, cultures, religions, government etc in different countries in the world.
It is all nice to globalize world culture but complexity of humane mind is an issue ,in democratic country freedom of expression is a important feature , where authoritarian countries it is a luxury , not permitted.
IT is a long journey may be next 500 years ,at present it is a dream.
Perhaps it may take that long. Yet there are many nations of the world — such as many nations of the former USSR, plus Egypt, Libya, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan — that are far closer to democracy, freedom and equality than they were just 20 years ago.
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