The emergence of globalization

Globalization can be defined as the process of international incorporation (Murray, 2006). For instance, the Silk Road, which connects Asia, Europe and Africa, is an excellent example of the transformative power of global exchange (Brook, 2008). Language, arts, religion and philosophy among other aspects of culture extended and mixed as states swapped ideas and products. Furthermore, the global migration of individuals, goods and thoughts extended considerably in the 15th and 16th centuries. This article will discuss how the United States has contributed to the emergence of globalization.
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