Globalization, States and Governance in Africa: A Third World View
By Tochukwu Ani et al
Uploaded by: Tochukwu Ani
The world is today a global village. A terrorist attack in the New York city of the United State of America on 11th September 2001 and an earthquake and its resultant tsunamis in the South-East Asian coastline on 20th December 2004 reverberated in every part of the world, involving the death of nationals of every continent, if not country. Thanks to the great advances in modern science and technology which have made it possible for continents and peoples to be interconnected, interact and communicate both among and between themselves in a matter of seconds. The development had enabled and indeed necessitated the reorganization of the production and distribution of goods and services, especially among and between transnational and multinational companies and institutions -the major agents and precursors of world capitalist system and globalization.