anti-globalization

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anti-globalization

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anti-globalisation

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a political belief opposed to the emergence of a single world market dominated by multinational companies
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anti-globalization

[ˈæntɪˌgləʊbəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] Nantiglobalización f
anti-globalization protestersmanifestantes mfpl antiglobalización
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Angela Merkel in the World Economic Forum - World Economic Forum official Twitter account CAIRO -- 30 January 2018: The World Economic Forum saw a reverse of the recent anti-globalisation movement by specific states, with Narendra Modi, Donald Trump, Theresa May, Emmanuel Macron, Angela Merkel and Justin Trudeau declaring their countries open for business.
I would like to suggest placing the Gezi resistance in the context of the 2011-2013 uprisings, that is, the new wave of resistance that has emerged in the aftermath of the anti-globalisation movement (whatever we call it).
After a spate of revelations about undercover police, JAMES MCCARTHY caught up with some of the Welsh organisations infiltrated by officers who have since been unmasked - and discovered the legacy of betrayal and bitterness they left in their wake ACTIVISTS at the heart of Wales' anti-globalisation movement are still reeling.
Despite the growing political clout of emerging economies, much of the anti-globalisation movement sees international affairs in a unipolar framework: arguing that the US and Europe exploit the economies of poorer nations for their own benefit in a neo-colonial fashion.
1] While much has been made of the differences between the anti-globalisation movement and the earlier generation of social movements, evaluations of its success continue to rest on conventional criteria.
While the anti-globalisation movement has lost momentum in the past years, the memory of massive anti-G8 demonstrations and violence is still fresh in Italy.
This may be a reading of 1968 against the later emergence of 'global' politics, but international solidarity was not invented by the anti-globalisation movement, and Fink and her colleagues are writing pre-Seattle.
They have been variously grouped together as the Global Justice Movement, the Movement of Movements, the anti-globalisation movement and the anti-capitalist globalisation movement.
It has been feared the protest could attract the more hard-line elements of the anti-globalisation movement.
They are manifested in the form of the anti-globalisation movement, the popular revolt by the South against file World Trade Organisation, and domestic grassroots nongovernmental organisations and solidarity movements.
The anti-globalisation movement is becoming more militant and gardai fear violence will erupt during the EU summit like it did on May Day.