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Language is the main means (some would say the main means) of showing where we belong, and about distinguishing one social group from another and we can see evidence of this all over the world linguistic divergence rather than convergence. For decades, many people in countries the former Yugoslavia used a common language, Serbo-Croatian.
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But since the civil wars in the early 1990s, Serbs referred to their language as Serbian, Bosnians to theirs as Bosnian, and Croats to their as Croatian, with each community drawing attention to language features that are characteristic. A similar situation exists in Scandinavia, where Swedish, Norwegian and Danish are pretty much mutually intelligible, but still considered as different languages.
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Arguments about the need for national or cultural identity are often seen as contradictory those about the need for mutual understanding. But that is misleading. It is absolutely possible to create a situation in which intelligibility and identity happily coexist.
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English in the Philippines persists. It includes the largest population of English-speaking countries in region (90 million in 2016). The British colonial empire in Southeast Asia was founded by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles (British statesman).
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Globalization is not a new phenomenon. For thousands of years there were countries and later corporations selling and buying things from far away countries. Similarly, for centuries, countries have invested in businesses in foreign countries.