This globalization vs. globalism image depicts the various spheres of globalization and globalism. At its core, globalism seeks to describe and explain nothing more than a world characterized by networks of connections spanning multi-continental distances. On the other hand, globalization refers to the increase or decrease in the degree of globalism. It focuses on the forces, the dynamism, or the speed with which these changes occur. Always think of globalism as the underlying basic network, whereas globalization refers to the dynamic shrinking of large distances. This image of Globalization vs. Globalism depicts a detailed representation of these two spheres in a nutshell.