I don't know what globalization has to do with this, but okay.
The idea that being born in X nation over Y nation being a privilege seemed like a criticism for pro-globalization
In my own mind advantage and privilege are very similar, with only minor shades of difference between. I'm not implying that there is some sort of conspiracy which white males or what have you are perpetrating on the world. Reality is more complex than that.
One is granted, one is not.
There is no dice rolling going on (well other than independent assortment during meiosis I guess). The crux is like this however. From the point of view of generalized sentience, there are rather arbitrary advantages and disadvantages that get assigned from birth between two essentially very similar beings, mainly on the basis of familial/clan/tribal/extended affiliation.
You will have to be specific here.
The levels of this can be disputed.
Levels of what?
How much is acceptable in society can be as well.
Again I need specifics.
That it exists, and has wide ranging and profound consequences, I think is the uncontroversial and straightforward thing.
Your point is different than the one I was addressing.
In any case, I'm not sure the extent to which we disagree here. But I've said my piece, so you can have the last word if you like.
You haven't really made your case. You are being very vague to the point I do not think you are talking about what I am.