The 4 stages in the process of the Globalisation

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To my mind , there are mainly 4 stages in the process of the Globalization as under:

1.The Isolation

2.The Resistance

3.The Introspection

4.The Acceptance

 

1.The Isolation:

 In the first stage, a country is partially  or completely isolated from the mainstream of the globalisation. It may be due to numerous factors like differences in the political ideologies. For example, the communist countries during cold war era hardly had any trade/business relations with western capitalist countries because of the sworn enmity with the later.

 2.The Resistance:

 In the second stage, a country is under external/internal pressures to re-valuate its partial or complete isolation  from the mainstream of globalisation. But, it still resists it due to old mindsets. This stage is replete with agitations from different quarters such as labour unions and environmentalists, etc.

 3.The Introspection:

 In the third stage, a country tries  to overcome resistance through effective and fruitful introspection  so as to end its partial  or complete isolation  from the mainstream of globalisation. This stage witnesses national debates .

 4.The Acceptance:

 In the fourth stage, a country partially  or completely overcomes the resistance through effective and fruitful introspection  so as to end its near or total isolation  from the mainstream of globalisation. This stage bears all the signs of acceptance by the country of the dynamic process of the globalisation.

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