Prepare and submit a paper on globalization in egypt. The standard definition of globalization would state that it is the process through which international integration arises through interchanging of ideas, products, world views, and other cultural aspects. This definition encompasses cultural and economic activities that are composed of advancements in information technology, telecommunications, and transportation to mention but a few. However, there is one factor of globalization, which is not overly recognized, but which, according to Parenti, author of the book Tropic of Chaos, is the causal factor of almost everything that happens in the world today. climate change. Parenti implies and believes that the globalization which shot up after the industrial revolution has fostered climate change which is now acting as a threat multiplier globally whenever any crisis such as poverty, drought, violence, or inequality emerges. For instance, he feels that contemporary civil wars may be orchestrated by climatic factors such as low rainfall, floods, tsunamis, and other climate-related catastrophes. While it may appear like Parentis statements are true that globalization has been fostering climate change (for the worse) that has in turn been contributing to economic, political, social, and climatic problems, there are factors of contemporary globalization which he overlooks. .Egypt is listed as one of the nations affected by, or which took part in the Arab Spring. According to the witnessed flow of events, Egypt was cast into bouts of violence only one year after Tunisia paved the way into the Arab Spring. The violence, mostly between anti-government elements and the military peaked between 2011 and 2013 and in estimation claimed over 4,500 lives. The Arab Spring qualifies as a factor of globalization in that it was a wave that emerged in 2010 in the Arab world and was aimed at raising awareness, organizing, and communicating against internet censorship and repression by their states (Brown 46). As per Parentis claims, globalization had caused violence, yes, but it was not connected to climate change in any way.