Globalization, Trade Liberalization and Conflict: A Southern Perspective

  • Amitava Krishna Dutt

Abstract

The phenomenon of economic globalization — reflecting increased trade, capital flows and technology transfers between countries — has received widespread attention in recent years. While many see it as a panacea for almost all the world’s ills, some see it as a font of problems, one of which is the exacerbation of the conflict between rich and poor countries, or the North and the South.

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