I would go with transformationalism perspective of the globalization because I believe there is no market or economic cause to the globalization and the outcome of the globalization is ambiguous.
The transformationalists describe the world order is changing but uncertain about the pattern as the drug trafficking become more common thanks to developed technology and transportation making thing easier to cross the nation borders. This cannot be understood as the West where the drug trafficking started benefits from this whole process. But there exists group of people who benefit from the global drug trading industry resulting the outcomes to be unclear. Indeed, we see changes in this illegal trade (drug availabilities) we’re unsure about the exact outcomes and we remain uncertain about the specific cause. An example of the transformationalism I would like to discuss is the global drug trading industry. The availability of the drug has become wider all over the world but mostly in the Western countries.
This illegal market trade is not under any Western government or official organizations control; however, it is in the hand of the drug trafficking organizations. The global drug industry is neither something that does not benefit people nor something that benefits the drug trafficking organizations. It’s because trading is complex and it’s hard to say the outcome of trading is good or bad according to the transformationalist view of the globalization.