Globalization and Implementation Summary Plan

The Elimination of Boarders As humanity progresses further into the future of global interconnectedness whereby communication and travel have exponentially increased, experts anticipate the construction of a singular global community. In fact, the history of government has inevitably been driven by some unique standard of globalization as evident in the expansion of empires whether the Ottoman or the Roman. Additionally the policy of Manifest Destiny within the U.S. attests to this truth. Implementation strategies for the new global world order must be executed in a manner that capitalizes on the global distribution of natural resources, human resources, and currency. The strategy for globalizing the distribution of natural resources can be modeled based on the European Model, whereby they allow specific countries to specialize in the production of certain products and materials. This allows the EU as an organization to be more efficient collectively by managing who has the comparative advantage, and decreasing the regional competition in pursuit of cooperation. Modeling the global community based on the EU allows politicians and statisticians to identify effective courses whereby they could effectively achieve a global equilibrium. This strategy flies in the face of existing policy held by the International Monetary Fund that forces developing nations who accept loans to privatize their water supply. This requires states to leverage control of their resources in order to maximize the benefit to the human population. The human population is indeed the intrinsic value of the globalization movement. The elimination of boarders necessarily means that the notion of citizenship must be deconstructed. This could perhaps serve as the best defense against war. National identities can no longer be deployed as a scapegoat to justify war. In fact, the only plausible use for a military would be for humanitarian intervention. This is not to say that the transition to a globalized community will simply be accepted, there will be sectors of human resistance. Finally, there will need to be a global medium to host the exchange of goods. This means that there will no longer be a need for exchange rates or currency evaluations. Implementing this plan will absolutely cause the foreign exchange market to bottom out, while stabilizing communities where inflation is substantially higher than others. Globalization is closer in the future that most are willing to accept, but humans are becoming more and more discontent with the ills of the status quo and are searching for solutions. The more the search the closer they will get to the answer that globalization is the solution. The strategic implementation of a globalized policy to regulation natural resources, human resources, and currency is critical to the creation of a globalized community. Works Friedman, Thomas L. The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention. Emergin: A Reader. Ed. Barclay Barrios. Boston: Bedford, St. Martins, 2008. 49 Hobson, John M. (2004), The Eastern Origins of Western Civilisation, p. 29-30, Cambridge University Press, Noah, Timothy. 2010.. The United States of Inequality, Introducing the great Divergence, Slate, Sept 3, 2010. http://www.slate.com/id/2266025/entry/2266026/