From its other side, globalization brings openness to people erasing cultural barriers and providing a common language for the discussion. Globalization imposes substantial obligations on American foreign policy: it should be steady, consistent and peaceful.
Culture achieves the best development when it concerned with conflict based on national, religious or social differences. In the article "In Praise of Cultural Imperialism Effects of Globalization on Culture" David Rothkop indicates three broad categories: religious warfare, ethnic conflict, and conflict between "cultural cousins", approving the theory that the most difficvult relationships are arising between the closest relatives. Communities that are living side by side for centuries compete with all their might in their cultures demonstrating the most attractive features in their growth. From ancient Romans and Greeks to newly formed countries or Eastern Europe national conflicts always separated cultures emphasizing their peculiarities.
But with impetuous development of technologies cultural conflicts caused the most destructive wars in human history. Only 20th century took lives of one million Armenians; tens of millions of Russians; 10 million Jews, Gypsies, and homosexuals; 3 million Cambodians; and hundreds of thousands of Bosnians, Rwandans, and Timorese.
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Of course it influences lives and tastes of millions of people, often in greater extent that their local radio stations or television. Penetration of American culture is viewed as corrupting in some countries. France and Canada have both passed laws to forbid the satellite broadcasting of foreign - meaning American - content into the homes of their citizens. Communist Chinese government restricts Internet websites fearing of objective information from international sources.
Restriction of information leads to closed societies that are unable to compete on the international marketplace. If national culture wants to enter global market, it should take into consideration definite rules that facilitate interaction. For example, Japanese film director Takeshi Kitano achieved worldwide popularity when he began to shut movies, which Western spectators can understand, such as "Battle Royal" or "Dolls" - it goes not about language, but about way of thinking.
Worldwide community provides a set of rules in business and policy, why rules in culture must be absent In this case rules are not something restrictive, instead they should provide a common platform for interaction, as business suit, Swiss watch and Financial Times inhere attributes of a businessman of any nationality. Although business is primary engine of the globalization, it would be a mistake to consider that implications of globalization will be limited only to the commercial arena.
The United States made a lot to became the world's greatest provider of culture and life style. Hollywood is worldwide known as dreams factory; modern technologies are able to support simultaneous demonstration of the last