Vatican – Prosecution Authority
Economic, technological, social, and cultural process
Factors driving its development :
Opening national markets: Free trade Mergers between companies: Multinationals .Elimination of public enterprises: Privatizations .International financial deregulation in favor of free trade: Free trade agreements.
Globalisation has been a conspicuous casualty of the global financial crisis and its aftermath. In recent years the two engines of globalisation, growth in international trade and capital flows, have lost momentum. In the West globalisation is routinely blamed for job insecurity, inequality, low incomes and over mighty multinationals. Politicians of left and right increasingly represent trade as a threat. Continue reading →
Politicians of left and right.
A domino effect or chain reaction is the cumulative effect produced when one event sets off a chain of similar events. It typically refers to a linked sequence of events where the time between successive events is relatively small. It can be used literally (an observed series of actual collisions) or metaphorically (causal linkages within systems such as global finance or politics). ~ wikipedia