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Wave of new transition
Posted:Mar 19, 2017
 
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The recent murder of Indian origin Techie Srinivas Kuchibotls is a violent expression and kick start of what has been bickering up on the backburners of our contemporary times and history. Such socio-psychological developments that ledan American to kill young Srinivas have been rooted in the race and ethnicity perspectives not only caused by the globalization but also by the changing economic aspects of today’s world. The Brexit phenomena in United Kingdom (UK) riding on anti-immigration wave; the current such flow in France and some other parts of Europe; and similar incidents exhibiting in Australia is a broader situation with fourfold roots in globalization — wars and terrorism; changing economic contours of the world; and syndromes caused by increase in the number of non-natives immigrants in the society. It seems the whole upcoming decades of world society would face these challenges.

New Polity and Economy

The centers of international economy and politics today are gradually shifting. Asia is going to assume the role of leading economic power of the world in upcoming one decade. Africa would finally emerge as a new world market in upcoming two decades. The worlds populous most countries, China and India would remain in the club of major economies along with many other economic pockets in Asia. Rise of the regional powers like Germany, India, South Africa, Brazil, Australia and Japan in the world politics would feature the face of polity and economy in the world in upcoming two decades. Northern America and Europe would be pushed to kick off a new kind of polity.

 

Read more at :-http://afghanistantimes.af/wave-of-new-transition/

 

Afghanistan Times, March 18, 2017

 
 
 
 
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