In Bello’s article about the global south, he discusses the negative effects of imperialism by referencing the WTOs as having a negative impact on developing countries. He asserts that the attempt to homogenize and “implement liberal dogmas” will lead to greater suffering. He essentially argues for the localization of underdeveloped regions because the globalization is only hurting their chances of moving forward. He uses the example of exporting: while they are so focused on exporting their resources, their local markets suffer. Bello invents this term called “deglobalization” which basically describes the way in which the underdeveloped countries and areas can try and focus on local interests instead of global ones. Once again, this argument goes back to the bottom-lining question of whether or not it is the West’s job to control or try and implement Western political ideals on third-world countries. It could be said that globalization “comes with the territory”. Obviously as people and culture and ideologies travel, the localization of certain areas will change. People begin focusing internationally and diverting their attention away from their own regions. The question then is, are these underdeveloped countries capable of maintaining a healthy government by themselves? If not, what measures must be taken to protect our fellow man? And what measures must be avoided in order to preserve culture or localization?