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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Finally, the anti-globalisation movement finds itself being defined both advantageously and destructively by the mainstream press.
Although language campaigning is far from abandoned, the Eisteddfod protest featuring its youthful members blowing blasts on whistles says it all - that tactic adopted from the anti-globalisation movement seals the removal of the society from the leadership of the language protest world at the same time as a new movement is born.
The anti-globalisation movement has been organised to explain it and resist it.
An alternative political history of Australia via a collection of pranks, hoaxes and troublemaking in support of causes as diverse as convict rebellions, union uprisings, gay rights and the anti-globalisation movement.
The tabloid media, year on year increases the pitch of persecution and paranoia, and has added the anti-globalisation movement to its roll-call.
While Klein's is founded in political activism that has much in common with the anti-globalisation movement, Piketty's is based on economic research published in leading peer-reviewed academic journals.
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.
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.
As the WSF is the most enduring expression of the anti-globalisation movement, it raised important hopes within the women's movements.