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In what ways did the Cold War set the stage for globalization and how, in turn, did globalization exacerbate cultural differences--for example, the rise of ethnic nationalism, retreat from multilateral agreements, etc.?

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After WWII, two superpowers emerged: the United States and the Soviet Union. The two countries had opposing political ideologies, which triggered a series of events that bolstered globalization. The communist Soviet Union and its Eastern allies perceived...

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