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ex-7-globalization.jpgGlobalisation is good and bad and inevitable. It is good or at least useful economically because it lowers 1)_____ to trade and increases the flow of goods, labour and services. It has both 2)_____ in and encouraged legal migration, and tourism. It has shared the best of the world's musical culture, sport, TV and films, fashion and dance. It has made the world both familiar and strange. In any main Street from Moscow to Los Angeles or London to Sydney — one can eat Chinese, Indian, Italian or Thai cuisine and it seems perfectly normal. Globalisation has reduced (many argue) the 3)_____ of global conflict and it has aided the development of world health policies and humanitarian aid. The charity concert "Live Aid" was watched by 400 million viewers in 60 countries.

But Globalisation is also dark. The process began through "discovery" and colonization. It demanded integration 4)_____ the expense of local independence, colour and "difference". It grew out of monstrous transnational corporations that became so powerful that neither trade unions nor governments had the power to hinder. It came with the opportunity to produce goods on an unprecedented scale at previously unimagined prices. Globalization 5)_____ to the independent manufacturers of the world — "grow with us, or die".

And Globalization is inevitable. Elements of the late 20th century phenomenon can be seen throughout history in the rise and fall of every empire: where dress, cuisine, culture and even language were 6)_____ across continents. Many believe that it is now US culture that has displaced traditional diversity, local uniqueness and identity. Personally I am unable to argue for or against globalisation. It is truly 7)_____ and utterly terrible and completely inevitable.