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Globalization is a very important topic today. Everywhere we go we see some form of globalization. Countries that once were impoverished and didn’t have an effect on the world are now rising up and being seen through the help of globalization. Will some countries even go to the extent of avoiding wars just because they have some globalization factors in common that links them? I believe so. I agree with this article because most countries will maintain good relations with other countries who are a part of the same production line as them. They do so because it will cost them less to maintain good relations rather than to oppose the other country. Also it is true to say that this is a dog eat dog world for most countries today.
If two countries are both on the same production line of a major corporation, then it is only logical to think that the smart thing for these countries to do would be to avoid any conflict. It’s just like the nature of people. When people want something or they want their plans to succeed then they do whatever it takes to see that it happens. They’ll even make alliances with other people who they never would have been friends with before. Even if they hated this person before that moment they’ll go as far as to act like that person’s best friend to get what they want. So what it comes down to is that people are deceptive just like countries when it comes to assuring that they get what they want.
In Nueve Reinas, Marcos and Juan seem to be the best of friends, but the longer they are together the more obvious it becomes that they are keeping each other around just to benefit themselves. They both know that the job has to be done together and that in the end they’ll receive a large sum of Money. However their deception can be detected by the viewer. Secretly both are trying to con each other out of his share of the money. They’ll maintain relations with each other until they get what they want.
The article is also right in saying that this is a dog eat dog world. Countries tend to take on the character of the people that head them and because some people have that aggressive type of attitude, the company has a tendency to be that way also. It can be compared to teenagers in high school. In school there is the popular crowd and the not so popular crowd. The popular group has the “qualities” to make it but the individuals in the non-popular group can just kiss their chances of being cool goodbye unless by some chance of mercy they migrate to the popular group. The non-popular kids are outcasts and just don’t cut it. But there is also another aspect to look at. The popular kids might all hang out together and get along, but secretly they might hate each other and be looking for any opportunity to get ahead of their “friends”.
I think that countries are like this because they don’t give a second glance to others in their field that are not well known or accomplished and will step all over them to promote themselves. Furthermore they’ll join alliances with others equal to themselves and try to avoid any kind of “war” but still secretly trying to find anyway to get ahead of them.
This article just states the facts how they are and says what we all know to be true. I had never thought about countries staying out conflict with other countries on the same production line as them, but it makes sense and now that I think about it, it is very much true.