Decentering Globalization

Abdelaziz El Amrani


After the bombardment of the Twin Towers in September 2001, the hallmarks of Western capitalism, a great number of critics have sought to redefine and re-negotiate the issue of globalization. Many others, however, have predicted the end of globalization. This paper, then, seeks to delve into the complex, contentious, and ongoing debate on globalization and its position in the post-9/11 world order. It also aims to address the impact of contemporary globalization on culture, identity, geography, and nation-state as well as the relationship between the global and the local.


Globalization, localization, homogenization, Westernization, hybridization, culture, identity, geography, nation-state, 9/11

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