Globalization and Ethnic Hatred
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In this article, the writer provides a critical review of Amy Chua's "World on Fire", which deals with the impact of globalization on ethnic cleavage and inter-ethnic murder. The writer notes that this work fails to take account of the structural inequalities embedded into free-market capitalism as an explanation for inter-ethnic rivalries and murder in developing countries.
From the Paper:"The basic plan of Chua's book is to supply multiple examples from around the world of reasons that globalization as an economic free-market hegemony is not suited to the political and social dynamics of emerging nations at least not to the extent that it may be so suited for the industrialized democracies of the world. Indeed Chua argues even or especially those in Third World countries who clamor for democracy in their nondemocratic societies do not envision the kind of governance or social dynamic that is typical of the ..."
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