This book comes about at a precise time in human history when civilizations aggressively "collide" with one another, history is said to have "ended", secular enlightenment rationales are being heavily eroded by transnational religious movements, and the planet is said to have become “hot, flat and crowded”. Additionally, the world has now fallen into a financial and economic black-hole that has shattered to the ground one of the last standing world ideologies: globalization. The fall of this inevitable and almighty god has been closely witnessed by those few who still believed in it. However, many continue to argue that resurrection is yet to come as unregulated transworld and supraterritorial connectivity, in economic terms at least, could still be amended as to make it worship-worthy again. Once globalization incarnated at the break of the current financial crisis, it made many people realize that its divinity did not come from its economic impetus, but from the essence of globalization itself. It seems, its essence is an ever-lasting process of change. Thus, even if far back in history it was given birth by national politics, it has now evolved into a multi-scope leviathan.