Globalization and Individual State Actors
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This paper analyzes how today the individual state actor is part of a more interrelated global economy. The paper further describes how the nature of international relations has changed with the advent of globalization, highlighting the withering primacy of the state in shaping relationships, interactions and alliances. The benefits and pitfalls of globalization are examined at length. Additionally, the paper gives in -depth consideration of the concept of power based on economics and military strength. Overall, the paper takes an anti-globalization tone, informing the readers of its dangers.
From the Paper:"This discussion therefore centers on the theoretical frameworks and international bodies which have together helped to lay out a course by which individual states have been relegated to committee roles and multilateral agreements concerning such issues as commercial exchange, intellectual property rights and intervention with interstate, intrastate or ethnic violence. Today, more than anything, the individual state actor is part of a more interrelated global economy. The process of globalization, spurred by the inception of 'free trade' and a strategy of closer economic inter-dependency between nations, has produced a framework for global re-organization."
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