The Future of North-South Dialogue in the Context of Globalization

Mohammad Hamad Al-Katatsheh, Mohammad Salim Al-Rawashdeh

Abstract


One of the most important characteristic features of today’s digital age is the current and spread globalization, which has multi- political, cultural, social and economic aspects. The concept of globalization is a dialectic phenomenon that is seen by many writers as a necessary evil. In the present paper researchers  explain the idea that globalization plays a real role in reducing the gap between the North and South, particularly issues related to economic gaps in order to achieve justice and the interests of the people of these States.

The current paper attempts to clarify the current international factors stimulating this dialog and the suitability of the global climate participating in enhancing the efforts behind the dialogue. The paper focuses on issues related to dialogue in the context of globalization, the extent of the role of globalization in reducing the gap between the North and South, and the dominant role of the United States in this process.

The current paper concludes that the globalization with all of its instruments reflects the U.S. hegemony over the whole process of dialogue between the states of North and South.


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