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The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century 

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Author(s): Thomas L. Friedman, Oliver Wyman 
Year: 2000

We think that it is most important that the Y2K Worries put in place early on were right, so that we didn't witness the total collapse of connectivity and banking that the Analysts believed would happen. Only because these incidents happened, that doesn't mean we can target them for other. Or is the convergence of technology and events that gave rise to the rise of India, China and many other countries in the global supply chain. This progress of globalisation helped them to start to have a new stake in the success of globalisation, which led many middle classes in the world's two biggest nations to go through this economic growth? And with this "flattening" of the globe, which allows us to move quicker in order to remain in place, has the planet become too small and too fast for human beings and their political institutions to adapt in a healthy manner?

In this brilliant new novel, the award-winning New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman demystifies the bold new world for readers, enabling them to make sense of the frequently bewildering global scene unfolding before their eyes. In his trademark ability to translate complicated foreign policy and economic problems, Friedman discusses how the globalisation of things has been happening during the twenty-first century; in what respects it is impacting to different classes like nations, businesses, cultures, and individuals; and how governments and societies could change during this period of time. The Globe is Flat; it's time for a fresh look at the Globalized World, the creativity and development and bubbles, the triumphs and struggles, the dreams and fears. A timely must-read update from one of our most esteemed journalists.
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