It notes the essential changes of our time such as technology and how it has brought about globalization. Friedman explains economic issues and foreign policy and the so-called “flattening of the world” that they have spurred. Written by a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, this update on globalization is not to be torn like cedula at an anti-capitalist movement meeting, for it likewise discusses the downsides of globalization.
About the author
Friedman is an American journalist who currently contributes opinion columns to the New York Times. He has won the Pulitzer Prize thrice (1983, 1988, and 2002). He bagged his latest Pulitzer when he wrote about the threat of terrorism right after the September 11 attacks. This book has been on the New York Times bestseller list since its publication in April 2005.
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