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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I think that the West is not following the enlightenment values, with the censorship of free speech on one hand and bigotry on the other, and anti-Globalism and protectionism on the other side.
With public opinion in the United States and Europe now leaning toward anti-globalism, there are expectations for China to spur economic exchanges.
The decisive election of Emmanuel Macron, a 39-year-old political neophyte committed to the European Union, economic reform and traditional liberalism, as president of France offered powerful relief to everyone who had feared that France could become the next country to succumb to the wave of populism, nationalism and anti-globalism sweeping through Western democracies.
Le Pen, on the other hand, is anti-globalism and anti-free trade.
These divergent views of government power align well with the sort of anti-globalism that has united both countries' far-right groups.
He was an incisive commentator on the potential of urban communities to democratically oppose the anti-globalism of Trump administration.
The Philippine political environment has not been immune to the rising tide of anti-globalism and a worldwide resurgence of ultra-nationalism-trends that have enabled major populist movements to take hold in an increasing number of countries.
The reader's appetite is whet with themes of Nazism and anti-Americanism, but what is most impressive is Rensmann's prediction that the anti-globalism movement and its robber barons and banks is creating a new generation of antisemitism.
MANY of the anti-globalism demonstrators presently occupying St Paul's precinct will be part of the problem against which they are demonstrating.
America's college campuses have long been bastions of Leftist anti-imperialism, anti-colonialism, and anti-globalism.
What is most depressing and alarming, perhaps, is the current convergence of populist anti-globalism and Islamist extremism.
However, the abstracted, technologised forms of dance and techno-based music, which are well represented here, have been the most powerful musical languages for the new anti-globalism and environmental movements.