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Globalization

ANDREA MINI, APISARA BOONYA-ATICHART, JOSHUA JODOIN, AMALIA RIZKY WIDYA


INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ON GSGES 2017, KYOTO UNIVERSITY
JAPAN
Agenda
1. Definition of Globalization
2. Causes of Globalization
3. Issues related to Globalization
4. Introduction to the debate question
5. Pros of the debate question
6. Cons of the debate question
7. Debate
Definition of Globalization
(Andrea)
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Strengthened
Globalization is
social
the process Culture
of economies,
relationship
by which
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world-wide markets,
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by which
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Causes of Globalization (Andrea)

Improvements in transportation (Train, planes etc.)


Freedom of trade (WTO)
Countries political and economical union (ex. EU)
Improvements of communication (internet, social media etc.)
Labour availability and skills
Multinationals corporations (ex. McDonalds, Unilever)
What happen in a country affects other countries and vice-versa
Issues related to Globalization
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Survival Environme
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Politics Source:
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Economics
Should the United
Nation (UN) have
more power to fight
environmental
problems around the
world?
Pros (Amalia)

As the worlds only truly universal global organization, the United Nations has
become the foremost forum to address issues that transcend national boundaries
and cannot be resolved by any one country acting alone
Pros (Amalia)
The UN is working to solve global
Limit
environmental damage through
environmental
an international forum
damage to
generating consensus and
common/public
negotiating agreement
goods (e.g. air,
water, forests,
energy resources)

The UN is tackling global scope, in multy


element such as Common or Public Good
( air pollution Climate Change, Water
Pollution and Loss of Forest & Species
Biodiversity ), Private Good (Mining Ex-
land) until Externality (Toxic Waste)
And also
peaceful uses of renewable energy
(Atomic power plantNuclear power plant Considere of Sustainability in long term
World government that has the power to change, punish, help nations.
World court with power.
The Treaties brought by the UN form the basic of the law that governs relations
among nation

The UN has develop a body of International Law Conventions, Treaties, and Standart
Central.
Under of the treaties that deposited to government or other entity, the UN movement
cover a broad range subject that has power in broadly arrangement i.d change, punish
and help

The UN has function as well as world government through this international form is able to
promoting economic and social development, advancing international peace and security.
Equity - (i.e. impartiality, neutrality)
Specifically calls on the Organization to help in Settlement of the nations.
The UN can help in the settlement of international disputes by peaceful means, judicial
settlement, inter. Law, condification until encourage the progressive law
development of nations.
Cons 1 (Joshua)
Are countries willing to give power to the UN?

Population of US: 318 million Population of India: 1.25


billion
Source: Wikipedia [accessed March 14, 2017] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_carbon_dioxide_emissions
Cons 2 (Joshua)

Who monitors the monitor? Who would keep the UN in line?

Trump May
Cons 3 (Joshua)
Should countries have the right to control their own
resources?

Source: Country Detail [accessed March 14, 2017] http://www.countrydetail.com/top-10-countries-natural-resources-world/


Debate
Pro Con
P1: Introduction and 1 or 2 argument(s) C1: Introduction and 1 or 2 argument(s)
(2 min) (2 min)

P2: Debate C1 C2: Debate P1


(1 min) (1 min)
ROUND 1 (2 minute Intermission)

P3: Introduction 1 or 2 new argument(s) C3: Introduction 1 or 2 new argument(s)


(2 min) (2 min)

P4: Debate C3 C4: Debate P3


(1 min) (1 min)
ROUND 2 (2 minute Intermission)

P5: Final Arguments C5: Final Arguments


(1 min) (1 min)

P6: Final Arguments C6: Final Arguments


(1 min) (1 min)
Final Arguments
Thank you for listening and participating
in the debate!