Acta Universitatis Danubius. Administratio, Vol 2, No 1 (2010)

Anti-globalization Actions – a Risk for Public Order and Safety

Cristian Gisca


As a process, globalization has a long history. Some sustain that the current phase of globalization has nothing new, since its rise the capitalism was a transnational phenomenon. What is
new, in the recent decades, is the amazing revolution of information and communication technology, which generated a qualitative and quantitative study of globalization process, especially on its economic dimension. On one hand, the process creates transnational networks, including people networks, and on the other hand it excludes and atomizes large human communities, triggering movements, hence the anti-globalization action.


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