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Globalization and the Deepening Indian-U.S. Partnership in an Age of Entrenched Anti-Americanism
South Asian Review
  • Geoffrey Kain, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Submitting Campus
Daytona Beach
Department
Department of Humanities & Communication
Document Type
Article
Publication/Presentation Date
1-1-2007
Abstract/Description

“One of the topics often debated in the larger context of globalization is whether or not globalization is fundamentally a new-colonialist/neo-imperialist force (this view might be regarded as the Noam Chomsky school), or whether it is better represented as more of an open-access, competitive landscape on a truly global scale (this view might be regarded as the Thomas Friedman school)…”

Publisher
South Asian Review
Required Publisher’s Statement
Kain, G. (2007). Globalization and the deepening India-U.S. partnership in an age of entrenched Anti-Americanism. South Asian Review, 28(2), 121-132.
Citation Information
Geoffrey Kain. "Globalization and the Deepening Indian-U.S. Partnership in an Age of Entrenched Anti-Americanism" South Asian Review Vol. 28 Iss. 2 (2007) p. 121 - 132
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/geoffrey_kain/18/