A common religion
A common currency
Been limited to international phone calls
Meant people now rely on different sources for the news
Brought information to more people from the same sources
Decreased the need for the internet
A decreasing trend in world politics.
A phenomenon that affects individuals in everyday life.
A barrier for cultural amalgamation.
Limited to issues of trade.
The United Nations
The World Bank
The European Union
The International Monetary Fund
A rapid economic transformation made the world more interdependent
There is now a global culture with urbanization and resemblance
Globalization is the latest stage of Western Imperialism
The world is becoming more homogenous, a cosmopolitan culture is developing in which people think globally
Directed only at the United States.
Limited to France.
Limited mainly to the Chinese.
increased economic interdependence.
Increased global communication.
increased state sovereignty.
increased abstract thinking.
Not likely under current international conditions.
Likely to lead to greater instability.
An impossible goal.
Both under way and desirable.
Sunnis and the Sufis.
Sufis and the Sikhs.
Kurds and the Sunnis.
Sunnis and the Shiites.
Transnationalism has failed to affect international relations.
Transnationalism has already reached its peak but is waning.
Transnationalism continues to progress, but it is difficult to determine how long it will continue to grow.
Transnationalism has already brought countries under a common government through the UN and continues to be a strong force.
A political structure dominated by religious law
Preserving majority rule
The Islamic domination of all international political units
The inclusion of women in politics