"Globalisation" is meant to mean warm fluffy goodness of togetherness. Far from it you stupefied idealists! It is singly about sheer corporate expansion and its corollary market growth.
It is also about dominion expansion in geopolitical territorial terms for countries, especially enacted by politicians. This has been conveyed in an early dictionary definition (or was not in the dictionary until the 1980s):
The other side-effects of globalisation are discussed further, such as people movement, "global village", uncontrolled immigration, climate change, national and regional identity loss, hegemonic power, 24-hour consumption, food waste, monopsonist buying, global oligarch, unlimited air travel, mono-culture and diversity, etc etc
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