GENEVA, Jan. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- "Globalization from Genesis to Geneva: A Confluence of Humanity" by Ray Woodcock.
Ray Woodcock has the mind of a scientist and the heart of a novelist. Actively engaged in an ongoing exploration of the prodigious topic of globalization, he masterfully blends historical development and current issues with his own philosophies derived from both personal life and business experiences. The underlying thesis of "Globalization from Genesis to Geneva" reflects the "coming together" of humanity and the resulting pains and struggles experienced by generations, cultures, religions and classes as a result of this confluence. Woodcock believes that behind the pain and suffering is the hope for a more interdependent world, a world that embraces the ideal of "common good" and shared values.
Written as an essay of discovery and understanding across a wide array of elements, Woodcock reaches back in time and offers a quick sketch of our global-thinking origins and unconscious drive as a species to connect the dots that guide towards a perspicuous picture of a more synergistic world. He then guides his pen towards an impeccable full-color rendering that shepherds the reader through thought-provoking analysis of the geo-political outcomes of the 19th century, the Great War, the friction between protectionism and free trade, shifting hegemonies, and the emergence of neo-liberalism. Based on these studies, Woodcock offers us a reflective critique of extremes in our globalized neo-liberal system that drive us beyond critical thresholds - endangering sustainability of planetary resources, the environment, and human dignity. "Globalization from Genesis to Geneva" (published by Trafford) takes dead-on aim at illuminating and clarifying the immense complexity of globalization.
About the Author
Born and raised in England, Ray Woodcock is a proud citizen of both Great Britain and Switzerland. Outside of a year spent in the U.S., he has made his home in Geneva since 1970. He has worked intensely with many people from a rich diversity of cultures and backgrounds primarily via his international career with Hewlett-Packard. While at HP, he amassed a copious collection of experiences in the technical, business and management arenas. The resulting global life lessons and insights are periodically inserted into the text when either relevant to, or supportive of, the book's major themes. "Globalization from Genesis to Geneva" is Woodcock's first book.
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