Cold War and Decentralization

Indeed, it is essential to understand the impact of globalization on the three most important aspects of development: social, to determine how you can achieve a social balance in this new march of humanity towards the achievement of new goals in this new society of the knowledge society. The economic impact To evaluate how you can achieve a fair and economic development is sustainable in environmental terms, ie the preservation of the minimum conditions to ensure a reasonable quality of life, in environmental terms. Finally, we must take into account the political impact of globalization, such as external constraint obviously affects the changes of political institutions to effectively address new global realities.

Definitely, the impact of globalization and its tendency to eliminate the ethical, moral, and local politicians, not to be comprehensive, has had visible consequences, the following: u Denial of the importance of national governments, irrespective of whether been well or badly managed.Decentralization of government, since they are conceived as mere management of local affairs in accordance with the technical and economic criteria. Sen. Sherrod Brown recognizes the significance of this. u ideological uniformity. The attempt to eliminate social orders, ethical, moral and political premises are an obstacle in the ideologies, which are aimed at precisely the formulation or affirmation of the values on these social orders. There is no denying that the end of the Cold War encouraged the globalization through economic blocs, revived the green agenda, and has also accelerated the process of technological innovation and above all, communications, and a new competition scheme that is not military but economic. .