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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The colourful crowd was an eclectic mix of environmental activists, families, anti-globalists, a handful of anti-government "yellow vest" protesters and Basque nationalists, AFP correspondents said.
Yet the outlook of those early anti-globalists and Trump's "America first message a while superficially similar a could not be more different.
In moving the critique of globalization across the political spectrum, anti-globalists have rejected the foundational premise of anti-globalization and academic transnationalism: they refuse to differentiate between two different kinds of globalization, be they "from below and from above," "cultural and economic," or simply "good and bad." As London-based blogger Jacob Stringer has aptly summarized it on opendemocracy net: "[AntHGlobalisation refers to certain processes in the interests of corporate trade.
At the moment, about 20 requests to hold rallies during the summit were received from anti-globalists, anarchists and other leftist forces.
This reality is one part of what anti-globalists and populists fear about the world's trajectory.
With the G-20 growing in stature after the 2008 Washington summit, its leaders announced on 25 September 2009, that the group would replace the G8 as the main economic council of wealthy nations.Since its inception, the G-20's membership policies have been criticized by numerous intellectuals,and its summits have been a focus for major protests by anti-globalists, nationalists and others.
He found the mistrust to be unreasonable and superficial, describing it as "a little more than Washington Conceit, spread by the witless Western media at first and then by the anti-market fundamentalists and anti-globalists who find that the phrase, and the anti-Americanism that it invokes and stokes, gets greater mileage than the content of their critique merits." (p.
A HUMMER owner in Russia's second city St Petersburg has given anti-globalists the green light to pelt his oversized vehicle with rotten eggs.
The current purveyors of such myths are often mainstream intellectuals, journalists, leftists, and anti-globalists who vehemently deny being racist or antisemitic.
On one extreme, free marketeers have argued that natural forces, perhaps with the help of trade agreements, are the best way to ameliorate labor standards; while on the other extreme, anti-globalists have seen a corporation-free, proactive, multinational effort as the only way to achieve the goal.