Global Expansion and Interaction by, David Ringrose is about global history and civilization in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. World expansion between 1200 and 1700 offers a helpful perspective on the world since 1950. (Pg.4) The theme presented in the book is the global history during 1200 to 1700 and is displayed in a cross-cultural and comparative manner. By examining the five key fields of conflict, from Imperial China to the Aztec and Inca Empires, he demonstrates how cultural, economic, and political areas of impact overlapped and expanded. By 1700 this chaotic expansion had created a world of cultural, religious, and commercial interdependence. (Pg.6) The author observes that, by 1700, Europeans were effective around the world, but were not yet dominant in over a few parts and, as of 1700, their influence in the 19th century would’ve been difficult to anticipate.
The concept of globalization which is very recent but the term has been present all through history. Expansion, whether imperial or cultural, was hardly new in 1200 CE. (Pg.6) Globalization starts to take great altitude from the Industrial Revolution in England, which was the most established country at that time period. Great intellectuals established theories of international trade that have lasted all this time since they are accurate and reliable. These theories are established on what is called the principle of comparative advantage. They assert that, every country should be dedicated to making those products that are more organized than others.
Globalization is the process of social, technological economic, and societal scale, which involves increase communication and interdependence among countries of the world by combining its cultures, societies, and markets through a chain of economic, political and social that give an appeal overall. Trade had its own organizing mechanisms and expanded everywhere in Africa, Asia, and Europe. (Pg. 9) Globalization is frequently recognized as a process made primarily by the societies living in liberal democracy or parliamentary capitalism and that have accepted information revolution, folding to a significant degree of democratization and liberalization in political culture in its legal system, national economic and international relations..
Globalization was a new theory from the 1200-1700 A.D....