Ethics and moral standards should be injected into some economic activities as a short-term and medium-term strategy.The market should be regulated by ethical principles.
The internationalization of the ethical values within the consciousness of the individual and the community is the only real hope for humanity.
It is almost impossible to effectively censor all information through the Internet, satellite, etc.
For such individuals and societies to emerge, there must be a real transformation.
It should be a long-term struggle but beginning with our own religion.
Perhaps this is the path that nations must take for a universal community founded upon a common humanity.
It is a community that globalization will never be able to achieve.
It has historic roots in colonization, hence why the dominant forces are based in the West.
Nonetheless, it would be wrong to describe globalization today as a replica of the Western colonial experience.
The religious vision of the unity of humanity has little to do with globalization.
The motives and goals of globalization, however, are based on the process by which capital, goods, services and sometimes labor crosses national borders acquiring a transnational character.