The Future of Globalization in Australia

The Future of Globalization in Australia The Future of the Australian Economy Australia’s economy is considered already one of the strongest with its GDP, as mentioned in the previous blog. The role of globalization has been vital in the significant growth. The growth of developing countries (such as India, China) have also impacted the global …

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Australia and the Importance of Human Rights

Australia and the Importance of Human Rights Human Rights Institutional Framework in Australia Australia’s popular and strong political press for protecting civil rights are the government’s intervention and the reflection in the society. The institution that has granted the rights to implement the obligation to fulfill human rights framework under the international law is the …

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Environmental Globalization in Australia

Environmental Globalization in Australia Globally, the impact of climate change and global warming is severely damaging the atmosphere and Australia is no exception. Australia’s vast natural resources, including the marine and massive land areas for habitats, are the basic elements of the environmental state in Australia. As a first world country, the environmental care should …

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Australia: The Immigration Nation

Australia: The Immigration Nation Australia’s long history can categorize its status as the ‘immigration nation’ (aside from Canada, the United States and New Zealand).  With more than 6 million of the population born overseas, the growth globalization of Australia can be attributed to the immigration programs that has been initiated and continues to be one …

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Gender Equality: A Reality Check in Australia

Gender Equality: A Reality Check in Australia Australia is one of the most progressed nations and the expectations are that both men and women have equal rights. Unfortunately, the subject of gender equality is still facing harsh reality and the existence of inequality is still being talked about. The Australian Council of Superannuation Investors (ACSI) …

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Australia and its Commitment to the United Nations

Australia and its Commitment to the United Nations Australia plays a big role in the United Nations (UN). For 70 years, the land down under served as one of the founding members of the UN. Its foreign policies are key pillars interconnecting with the challenges faced in the world today. In its 70th year in …

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The Role of Religion in Australian Globalization

The Role of Religion in Australian Globalization The attacks in 9/11 were directly linked to the religious group of Islam radicals known as Al-Qaeda, whose ideals were not in line with the globalization of the Western culture. The following year in 2002, the Islamic organization Jemaah Islamiyah, an Indonesian-based terrorist group [1], detonated three bombs …

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The Globalization Shift of Security in Australia

The Globalization Shift of Security in Australia The Sides of Security During the Israeli-Hezbollah War in 2006, thousands of Lebanese civilians and hundreds of military and civilian Israelis were killed. The whole world was all eyes in the tension with military weapons clearly used for destruction such as aerial bombardment and rockets launched from bunkers. …

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Exploring the Economic Dimension of Globalization in Australia

Exploring the Economic Dimension of Globalization In Australia  In the economic dimension of globalization in Australia, the widespread of neoliberal economics and global expansion of transnational corporation [1] was certainly influential in the growth and sustainability of the economy. It can be attested that Australia has embraced the ideology of Nandan Nilekani in his article …

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The True Australian: Of Ethnic Pride and Nationalistic Identity

The True Australian: Of Ethnic Pride and Nationalistic Identity According to World Fact Books of Statistics, the ethnic groups in Australia is approximately 92% Australian and Caucasian, 7% Asian, 1% Aboriginal and others. Below is the pie graph to view the breakdown of ethnic groups. [1] This graph clearly represents the diversity of ethnic groups …

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