Chinese version of Globalization2.0 is actually Dominance 2.0.


Globalization was actually introduced somewhere end of the 20th century during the Bill Clinton era. It was progressing at an unprecedented pace and intensity in the first decade of the 21st century. It is not just an economic collaboration among nations but it means every aspect of modern life: the economic, the cultural, the political, the humanitarian, the social and the ecological.
Globalist/internationalist sees the world as a global village, the mission was to integrate the parts into the one, to replace hatred with love, violence with peace, destruction with construction, “their” culture with “our” culture, and an “either” with “or”, but it ends up with restructuring and rebuilding the civilization rather integration. It created even more discord, separatism, and identity crisis. It was a symbol of integration, harmony, and unification, but now denotes disparity, differences, discrimination, and dissonance.
Transnational corporations get proliferated around the world which undermines economic sovereignty and democratic values of nations. GDP of many nations in the world is less than the revenue of such corporations. It influences the lawmaking bodies of many democratic nations directly. Understand that such corporations run by a board of directors, they are appointed undemocratically. Now globalization is a tool for westerns to promote their economic interests. This is actually a Dominance 1.0.
Meanwhile, China is framing its own model of globalization which could be called as Dominance 2.0. They are heavily funding in rebuilding and infrastructure development in the south and East Asia, nothing is there as an aide, everything is in the form of loans, and the interest rate is far more than the international bodies and western nations offer. Aggressive investment is using as tool to achieve diplomatic dominance, and at the same time military might is using for border expansion. China is claiming the whole South China Sea. It refuses to accept the arbitration by International Court over South China Sea, they have increased influence in the East China Sea, and they are least interested in resolving a border dispute with India.
China is likely to have access to central Asia using Guarder port (Baluchistan) in the Arabian Sea. It has established a military base in Africa. China recently hosted the OBOR summit. It was attended by 28 head of state and 130 national delegates. The mission is to promote multilateral global trade which seems unilateral. They are trying to redefine the global trade. They are promoting it as if no transnational trade is existing. It was existing without OBOR.

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