Nine Reasons Why Globalization Can’t Be Permanent

We spoke about globalization in an earlier post on some general terms – citing that it has taken a different shape or evolved.

This article below however, delves deeper and highlights on nine reasons why this evolution will be forced to happen.

It well written and covers all salient points and asks all the right questions – such as what you may have pondered on the validity of GDP as a measure of success.
The Intelligence Quotient (IQ) has of late been questioned as the main determinant of intelligence. This especially so with the growing popularity of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) and soon Artificial Intelligence (AI).
You must also question the accuracy in the way the success (or disguised failures) of a nation is presented.  This follows what you are told is required for this success to materialize.
We especially loved this analogy of the current world situation and if anything is to be taken from this article, this is it:
Again kudos to the author Gail Tverberg for this in-depth piece (featured on her website on 31 Jan 2018).
In it, Gail touches on issues such as a population growth, a growing wage-disparity, heavy energy consumption, and the demand for cheaper alternative energy:

Read about the 9 reasons here:

Also read more on how Globalization has evolved here

Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.  That it has the same effect it had – getting one to think outside the box and look at the big picture.

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