It depends on what "globalization" means. As a spiritual person and person of faith, I agree with suzettenaples that globalization can mean coming together peacefully as one world, with common respect and support. This ideal reflects true Christian love (all are essentially brothers and sisters in Christ, one world under one God). I would like to see these ideals agreed upon and enforced (peaceably) by all the nations of the world working together; that is what the United Nations or a similar body should do.
However, clearly the ideal of universal brotherly love is not realized by all humans at this time, as deceit, oppression, war, torture, et. al. continue to be attractive choices. The belief still exists within humanity's mind that the natural differences between individuals, cultures, nations, races, must unavoidably result in an uncontrollable urge to harm each other, rather than celebrate, respect, and enjoy our differences.
Can we outgrow this negative belief? Can we work to outgrow it by uplifting our consciousness to embrace love and peace, and thus, perhaps over generations, change our DNA to eliminate weakness in the face of fear and violence? In that case, might globalization be simply the recognition that humanity is one world family, and that as such, our best way of life is to interact in peace and love?