The un and Cultural Globalization: One World, Many Peopleby Sheila Nelson
The world is becoming more and more connected. Hop on a plane and you can fly anywhere on earth in a matter of hours. Turn on a computer and you can almost instantly access Web pages from all over the world, covering a dizzying array of different topics, ideas, and viewpoints. As a result, the way people think has changed, and new challenges have arisen.
Information spreads faster in the twenty-first century, but so do diseases and pollution. In this book, you will learn how globalization affects the environment, the economy, and religion. You will discover the place of the United Nations in international affairs, with its many divisions and branches dealing with everything from health to business to criminal law. As you read, you will see how globalization has brought both good and bad to the world.
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