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In his book, The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman argues in favor of what he calls “The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention.” William Duiker is not so sure about the trend toward globalization, saying that it may be offset by a simultaneous trend toward fragmentation. Which of these two writers is correct?

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The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman
Contemporary World History  William Duiker

The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention
In the Contemporary World History, Duker (34) explores a comprehensive history of the universe in the 20th and 21st centuries to provide readers with a context for understanding events that they hear about everyday in news. It gives insight into individual civilizations of regions from a global perspective. To ensure that the reader gets an all round understanding of the most defining moments in history, he integrates economic, social, cultural and political history into a well written narrative. His own photographs and the choice of primary source information are effective in illustrating key notes in the narrative.                                    
CLICK HERE FOR HELP ON THIS PAPER…………………….                                                 The use of Film and history in the plot gives a good breakdown for historical importance, accuracy, and value in films including the 2006 lives of others, the 1982 Gandhi, Khartoum of 1966 and the last emperor of 1987 (Duker 67). Chapters begin with short vignette to attract readers’ interest about the region under focus. Also, plot ending reflections enable readers collect and synthesize the content and make links between events in various civilizations. William Duker feels globalization comes with fragmentation that is further fostering war tones and unpleasant methods to gain from the trade. Small nations are going to be alienated since they cannot compete with the developed ones effectively. This alienation creates blocs of nations which may join efforts to create a counter measure (Lewkowicz & Yu Hah 22).                                                                                                                             On the other hand, the New York Times award winning columnist, Thomas Friedman breaks the myths in the world for readers to enable them make sense of the common surprising global events occurring to people. With his great ability to translate complex economic issues and foreign policy, he explains why what he calls the flattening of the world occurred in the beginning of the 21st century. He also narrates what it means to communities, companies, countries, governments and individuals and how these groups and institutions can learn to adapt to the changes.                                                                                                                                              The book is a timely update on advantages and disadvantages of globalization. Friedman does not absolutely imply that war is possible but he counters that economic globalization is proving to be preventing war among nations that are part of the international supply chain. The dangers and consequences of appearing to be an unstable country and having investments lost and businesses changed are high. Some of the countries that are not part of the global supply chain include; South Lebanon, Pakistan, Iran, Syria, Iraq, North Korea and Afghanistan (Friedman 45). These nations that are not part of the global chain are perceived to be forming a section of the world that makes use of technology to breed different ideas from those of the members of the global supply chain.  He further describes the transformed global supply chains bearing in mind the network of Al-Quaeda which receives support and financing from some parts of the world. CLICK HERE FOR HELP ON THIS PAPER…………………….                                                                                                                                                 He narrates how Al-Quaeda uses the internet and world media to propagate their agenda and promote their cause. The identity of Jihadist has been mage global with the Jihadists in Iraq having a feeling of being humiliated by the Muslim religion not doing well like other religions of the world such as Christians, Jews, Hindus and Chinese. He also draws a parallel between the trade of manufactured products in parts of the west and suicide bombers organized by the Al-Quaeda. He relates this situation with deployment of a suicide killer in Baghdad while at the same time another one is being recruited and trained in Beirut.  Globalization is a positive and irreversible trend that cannot be stopped. No one can stop the Al-Quaeda from using the internet and posting videos of terrorists beheading innocent people. The only solution is to modernize those nations that are not yet members of the global supply chain. This will be a great effort in draining the breeding zones of terrorists and being able to convert extremists into people who can have care for humanity. The understanding of trade partnership fosters creation of value for what is produced in excess by one nation to be sold to other countries.                                                          Technology has made the world a small village where information spreads faster than ever and if this information is meant to spread negativity, then the level of destruction is unimaginable. We can only make use of the advancement in technology positively if all nations are embraced as part of the world and given the opportunity to provide goods and services where demand is high. Travelling across the globe in essence promotes other social activities such as intermarriages and cultural assimilation to create a uniform humanity. The position taken by Friedman proves to be providing solutions to global insecurity problems. Inculcation of trading partnerships in countries relations’ will foster security regionally and globally. Fragmentation as explained by William Duker is only possible when there is very little interaction among states. It is therefore observed clearly that Friedman in his Dell theory offers a wider and beneficial view of the world and all its issues to enhance peaceful relations.


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Paper instructions:
In his book, The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman argues in favor of what he calls “The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention.” William Duiker is not so sure about the trend toward globalization, saying that it may be offset by a simultaneous trend toward fragmentation. Which of these two writers is correct?

books
The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman
Contemporary World History  William Duiker

The Dell Theory of Conflict Prevention
In the Contemporary World History, Duker (34) explores a comprehensive history of the universe in the 20th and 21st centuries to provide readers with a context for understanding events that they hear about everyday in news. It gives insight into individual civilizations of regions from a global perspective. To ensure that the reader gets an all round understanding of the most defining moments in history, he integrates economic, social, cultural and political history into a well written narrative. His own photographs and the choice of primary source information are effective in illustrating key notes in the narrative.                                    
CLICK HERE FOR HELP ON THIS PAPER…………………….                                                 The use of Film and history in the plot gives a good breakdown for historical importance, accuracy, and value in films including the 2006 lives of others, the 1982 Gandhi, Khartoum of 1966 and the last emperor of 1987 (Duker 67). Chapters begin with short vignette to attract readers’ interest about the region under focus. Also, plot ending reflections enable readers collect and synthesize the content and make links between events in various civilizations. William Duker feels globalization comes with fragmentation that is further fostering war tones and unpleasant methods to gain from the trade. Small nations are going to be alienated since they cannot compete with the developed ones effectively. This alienation creates blocs of nations which may join efforts to create a counter measure (Lewkowicz & Yu Hah 22).                                                                                                                             On the other hand, the New York Times award winning columnist, Thomas Friedman breaks the myths in the world for readers to enable them make sense of the common surprising global events occurring to people. With his great ability to translate complex economic issues and foreign policy, he explains why what he calls the flattening of the world occurred in the beginning of the 21st century. He also narrates what it means to communities, companies, countries, governments and individuals and how these groups and institutions can learn to adapt to the changes.                                                                                                                                              The book is a timely update on advantages and disadvantages of globalization. Friedman does not absolutely imply that war is possible but he counters that economic globalization is proving to be preventing war among nations that are part of the international supply chain. The dangers and consequences of appearing to be an unstable country and having investments lost and businesses changed are high. Some of the countries that are not part of the global supply chain include; South Lebanon, Pakistan, Iran, Syria, Iraq, North Korea and Afghanistan (Friedman 45). These nations that are not part of the global chain are perceived to be forming a section of the world that makes use of technology to breed different ideas from those of the members of the global supply chain.  He further describes the transformed global supply chains bearing in mind the network of Al-Quaeda which receives support and financing from some parts of the world. CLICK HERE FOR HELP ON THIS PAPER…………………….                                                                                                                                                 He narrates how Al-Quaeda uses the internet and world media to propagate their agenda and promote their cause. The identity of Jihadist has been mage global with the Jihadists in Iraq having a feeling of being humiliated by the Muslim religion not doing well like other religions of the world such as Christians, Jews, Hindus and Chinese. He also draws a parallel between the trade of manufactured products in parts of the west and suicide bombers organized by the Al-Quaeda. He relates this situation with deployment of a suicide killer in Baghdad while at the same time another one is being recruited and trained in Beirut.  Globalization is a positive and irreversible trend that cannot be stopped. No one can stop the Al-Quaeda from using the internet and posting videos of terrorists beheading innocent people. The only solution is to modernize those nations that are not yet members of the global supply chain. This will be a great effort in draining the breeding zones of terrorists and being able to convert extremists into people who can have care for humanity. The understanding of trade partnership fosters creation of value for what is produced in excess by one nation to be sold to other countries.                                                          Technology has made the world a small village where information spreads faster than ever and if this information is meant to spread negativity, then the level of destruction is unimaginable. We can only make use of the advancement in technology positively if all nations are embraced as part of the world and given the opportunity to provide goods and services where demand is high. Travelling across the globe in essence promotes other social activities such as intermarriages and cultural assimilation to create a uniform humanity. The position taken by Friedman proves to be providing solutions to global insecurity problems. Inculcation of trading partnerships in countries relations’ will foster security regionally and globally. Fragmentation as explained by William Duker is only possible when there is very little interaction among states. It is therefore observed clearly that Friedman in his Dell theory offers a wider and beneficial view of the world and all its issues to enhance peaceful relations.

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